Not all music can boost your IQ but some particular types of classical music are extremely powerful. These types of music forge new dendrite connections in the brain, and the effects can start from birth onwards.
Here are some basic tips about using music to boost IQ.
1. Listening to classical music is best for a quick IQ increase
The works of Mozart and Beethoven are famous for mental function, because the frequencies used are very specific and place the mind in highly distinctive states. Studies have repeatedly shown that your IQ rises by 3-5 points after listening to classical music.
Why does this happen?
It happens because the Mozart sounds, tones and melodies complement the natural rhythm of the brain. The rhythm of the brain is therefore in complete synchronicity, helping you to feel fantastic and more focused on the inside.
2. Playing a musical instrument will increase IQ
Doing this makes certain regions of the brain more connected with each other, and increases your concentration span. This is why people who play a musical instrument always tend to be smarter in many ways than those who don't.
3. Punk and rock music will decrease IQ
These tend to have a degenerative effect on your brain, because the frequencies are not in correct harmony with one another, because the music is generally chaotic in nature. Chaotic music isn't rhythmic and melodic like classical music is. If you want to raise IQ through music, do it using classical music.
4. Brain harmonics increases IQ
That is, very specific sounds and frequencies within our audios will increase intelligence, because it places the brain into highly specialised mental states. In this case, if the sound you are listening to has a very high frequency, your brain will also resonate at that high frequency as well.
Brain harmonics are the name given to our BrainTune® sounds which can increase your IQ upto 150 with consistent use.
That classical music can lead to temporary gains in IQ, which can last for upto 45 minutes at a time. The amount of time the IQ is raised by depends on how long you listen to classical music as well.
You could use classical music for a quick IQ boost, for example prior to an IQ test or before doing something difficult, such as a difficult problem or situation which you are looking for an insight into. However, you are literally only gaining a few points, and certainly won't raise your IQ permanently like our BrainTune® technology is designed to do.
What To Expect/Conclusion
Music is an easy way to increase your IQ, so long as you listen to the right type. The best type for near permanent intelligence increase is the GeniusIntelligence Brain Harmonics IQ Increaser Audio, available on our homepage.
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