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      Parcial Epilepsy/ Binaural Beats

      Hi everyone. im new here, and i dont know if this is the right place to ask this but here we go.
      I always see people telling that people with storys of epilepsy shouldn't try binaural beats etc...when i was a baby, i had parcial epilepsy, something that just affects one part of the brain, and have cure. i was cured since i was a child.. the question is: i dont know at such point can i be affected if i try some isachronic tones or something mixed with binaural beats with low frequency...can somebody tell me?

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      I think it would be different for everybody. Not all people have seizures triggered by the same things. I have temporal lobe epilepsy, a complex partial seizure disorder, and binaural beats do not trigger my seizures. You just have to know what your triggers are. Has any type of sound given you a seizure before?


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      Quote Originally Posted by Ashikael View Post
      I think it would be different for everybody. Not all people have seizures triggered by the same things. I have temporal lobe epilepsy, a complex partial seizure disorder, and binaural beats do not trigger my seizures. You just have to know what your triggers are. Has any type of sound given you a seizure before?
      Sorry if im not understanding all you said, because im not familiarized with some of that expressions..do u mean by "seizures" like, convulsions or something?
      I dont remember had some of that "warnings" of my brain when hearing sounds that can alterate the frequency or the state of mind you know...

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      Well, I've kept up with the literature on various forms of brainwave entrainment technology, and anyone giving you that warning is more than likely just trying to cover their own ass.

      It is true that if you have epilepsy you should talk with your doctor before you try visual brainwave entrainment, to make sure that the technology doesn't use any known triggers.

      Unless you have a rare form of epilepsy that's triggered by auditory gating called reflex epilepsy, then listening to any form of auditory brainwave entrainment shouldn't affect you. If you are the rare person who has a history of seizures due to reflex epilepsy, you've still got a 99.99% chance of having no adverse effects. The frequencies that your brain interprets binaural beats and isochronic tones as are frequencies produced naturally by the brain every single day, so if you did have any problems, it'd be more likely due to the accompanying background music rather than the binuaral beat or isochronic tone itself.

      In your case, since you had only partial epilepsy so early in life, I can almost guarantee that you won't have a problem. The brain is a pretty remarkable thing, and it tends to self-correct most problems up through late adolescence.

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      Hello Vicarious its good what you trying to inform about that mental disease, here may be people knowing about that. but the best place where you will get an veridical answer its neurologist, so be carefoul with advices! Good Luck!

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