ZENTones : A natural approach to anxiety, sleep, stress and stress-induced pain using the science of brainwave frequencies. These are not medical treatments. They are relaxation tools/exercises, and should never replace medication or the advice of your physician.
ZENTones are instantly delivered to your inbox, plus a follow-up email from Erin Stair, MD, MPH and team that will include a password to accessour web-based ZENTones Relaxation App. (You can download each individual ZENTone and save to any device.)
ZENTones are safe for adults and kids. ( Tip: Adults and kids can listen to the anxiety-reducing ZENTones or Fall Asleep ZENTones together. A positive stress-reducing activity can be listening to the ZENTones while coloring together. 🙂 )
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If you are stressed or struggle with anxiety, lack of focus and poor sleep, and desire a natural, non-medication approach, ZENTones are for you. The best part is that all you have to do is listen, which is great when you are feeling under motivated. Besides clicking “play”, they require no work.
The ZENTones are natural sound programs designed to help improve sleep, reduce anxiety, boost mood, improve attention and memory and reduce stress-induced chronic pain issues. They are not medical treatments and should be considered relaxation and self-care tools. Do not use the ZENTones if you are driving or operating heavy machinery. They are rooted in the science of sound sequencing, isochronic tones and the therapeutic use of binaural acoustics. You can find more information on the science behind them here on our FAQs page, and you can find reviews in our blog and elsewhere on the site. While “brainwave entrainment” is commonly cited as the mechanism of action for binaural acoustics, more recent research suggests that they may have a more global effect by enhancing the parasympathetic response, or the neural response associated with relaxation, reduced stress and a calm mood. Each of our guided imagery programs ( evidence-supported relaxation exercises) was written by Dr. Stair and recorded by voice actors here in New York City.
ZENTones require headphones to work, and if you click on the “science behind them” link above, you’ll learn why. We recommend using the ZENBand for maximum comfort, but you can use your own headphones if you wish. The ZENBand also allows for you to comfortably cover your eyes and keep out ambient light, which is shown to enhance the relaxation response and lower stress. (Light is a potent instigator for anxiety, migraines and stress.) Keep in mind that if you listen to the ZENTones without headphones or the ZENBand, you will not get the therapeutic effect of the binaural tones.
Read Dr. Stair’s natural 12 step routine for better sleep using the tones and the ZENBand.
You can read each description of the individual ZENTones by clicking the link below.
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