Addiction Help Brainwave

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Addiction Help Brainwave
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Version: 1.5 updated
Upload Date: 8 Sep 11
Distribution Type: Shareware
Price: 9.99 $
Downloads: 44
Size: 14967 Kb

Rating: 3.0/5 (Total Votes: 3)

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Addiction Help Brainwave - Getting caught in an addiction is a very painful process that disrupts our lives constantly. An urge to quit addiction is something in the air, defeated by a craving for the instant joy. We know we need to stop, but often find difficulties in getting it started.
Addiction Help Brainwave is a powerful brainwave tuning application to help you conquer bad habits by changing the addictive message to a healing message in your subconscious mind. For addiction often sets in your sub-consciousness, via meditative tone you will be implanted with an idea about how well you shall live as being addiction free. With it finally turning out to be a clear consciousness, you will be able to focus on exactly what you really want without dragged down by the harmful habits. Imagine a life without engaging in behaviors you regret. It's as simple as pressing a "play".

How does addiction actually work?
To better understand how the app will take effects, you shall first take a look at how addiction actually works. After engaging in a smoking activity or using a drug over time, the brain begins to associate the behavior in the Limbic System with Dopamine production. This Dopamine acts as a "reward" to our bodies, and makes us feel good for engaging in the addictive behavior. As we continue to use this substance, the brain no longer produces as much Dopamine as it normally would, and we get "physically" addicted. We begin to feel a dopamine deficiency when we don't engage in the behavior. We might feel it much needed to continue the addiction to become active. This creates a difficulty to break the cycle that will be psychologically strenuous to the sufferer.
How do the four fundamental brainwaves reflect your brain state?
Delta Wave: You should be laying down comfortable and go all the way down to a deep sleep
Theta Wave: You are dreaming that not able to physically function without flaws
Alpha Wave: Very comfortable but conscious and aware
Beta Wave: Awake alert and active
Let's distinguish brainwave from the traditional ways to quit addition!
Patches, Gums, and addiction programs all have their flaws: they only substitute one form of addiction for another. Pills can only fill your body with chemicals, with some even shown to be dangerous. Your mind should be your best ally, for the mind is in control of everything the body does, including all your cravings.
Our Addiction Help Brainwave stimulates the core of your sub-consciousness by altering your brain frequencies. It guides the brain into a relaxed state, and then associates the mental reaffirmation to quit with each level of brainwave activity. This ensures that as you go through your day, one thing shall remain constant, i.e. Your Commitment to Quit. This commitment is the most important factor in keeping you in control of your body, the way it was meant to be.
Why fill your body with more drugs? Your brain has the power, and we can help you unlock it. BREAK THE CYCLE TODAY!
· Professionally built Isochronic tone that helps you conquer bad habits by changing the addictive message to a healing message in your subconscious mind.
· Build up your brain powers to be your best ally!
· Step by step instructions of how to achieve the best results
· Well-designed and user-friendly interface
· No extensive practice required
· You can feel the effects in minutes!

What's New in This Release:

· Full-Length track and repeat function is now available on the Free Trial Version.
· This is a Free Trail Version and you are welcome to try for a total of 7 times.
· Detailed Information of The Unexplainable Store.

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