The raw EEG has usually been described in terms of frequency bands: Gamma greater than 30(Hz) BETA (13-30Hz), ALPHA (8-12 Hz), THETA (4-8 Hz), and DELTA(less than 4 Hz).
For example: Our brain uses 13Hz (high alpha or low beta) for “active” intelligence.
Which brain wave has the highest frequency?
How can I lower my brain wave frequency?
To begin the meditation, sit comfortably in your chair with your shoulders relaxed and spine tall. Place your hands mindfully on your lap, close your eyes and as much as possible eliminate any stimulus that may distract you. Watch your breath. Simply notice your breath flowing in.
What are the 4 types of brain waves?
- Delta waves (1 to 3 Hz) Delta waves have the greatest wave amplitude and are related to deep but dreamless sleep.
- Theta waves (3.5 to 8 Hz)
- Alpha waves (8 to 13 Hz)
- Beta waves (12 to 33 Hz)
- Gamma waves (25 to 100 Hz)
What are the 5 brain waves?
There are 5 brain waves or electric pattern each person has. Namely, the Gamma, Beta, Alpha, Theta and Delta Waves arranged from fastest to slowest.