Brain waves

DELTA WAVES

They are very low frequency waves, between 1 and 4 Hz. They are generated during the stage of ‘deep sleep’.

THETA WAVES

They are waves of greater amplitude and lower frequency; between 4 and 8 Hz. They are reached under a state of deep calm. A person who is daydreaming is in this state, as well as people who meditate. They are the waves that we can see during the R.E.M phase of sleep.

ALPHA WAVES

Alpha waves represent a state of low brain activity and relaxation. These waves are slower and of greater amplitude than the beta ones. Its frequency ranges from 8 to 14 Hz. A person who has finished a task and sits down to rest is often in an alpha state.

BETA WAVES

They occur when the brain is involved in mental activities. These show the fastest transmission speed of the four. Their frequency ranges between 14 and 35 Hz. They denote intense mental activity. When a person is ordering a task, the brain is emitting this type of waves.

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