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TACOMA, Wash., April 28 /PRNewswire/ -- What if you were able to reprogram a person's mind? People looking to improve their lives can now prime their brains for success with the iDrug ( audio collection. The iDrug employs a technique called brain wave entrainment, which helps users change their brainwave frequencies in order to "reprogram" their subconscious minds with new empowering beliefs.

The iDrug consists of an assortment of audio tracks, each of which is specifically designed to induce one of five brainwave frequencies: gamma, beta, alpha, theta and delta. "Most people operate in beta," said Paul Galaviz, the creator of iDrug. "The alpha and theta levels make it easier for you to reprogram your mind. Delta levels are normally experienced during deep sleep." He recommends starting with tracks that generate alpha frequencies and progressing to the other levels as needed.

After extensive studying of the technology and techniques of brainwave entrainment, iDrug CEO Galaviz used existing software that was proven to induce the required brainwave frequencies to create hour-long MP3 files that aid people with various issues. The system can address anything from losing weight to developing professional skills to thinking like a millionaire.

Purchasers buy packages of 39 audio files containing tones, music or ambient sounds such as rain or a babbling brook for meditation or personal self-talk. The package also contains files of those sounds overlaid with traditional affirmations or questfirmations. "A questfirmation is basically an affirmation in the form of a question," explained iDrug founder Galaviz. "Instead of trying to negate what you're telling it, your mind will only desire to find the answer to what your question is. It helps you bypass your mind's 'gatekeeper' and limiting beliefs." He has used the iDrugs to help his loved ones cure problems such as insomnia and anxiety.

"The changes are not overnight, but they do happen for everyone," continued Galaviz, CEO of iDrug. "And there is no pharmaceutical component. The name 'iDrug' relates to the system's efficacy in resolving issues, like a mind-altering drug in a sense. There are no subliminal messages, but you will begin to see desired changes and positive thought patterns that seemingly come out of nowhere."

Similar products on the market generally provide only 10- to 20-minute tracks. "That's barely long enough for your brain to get entrained. And some of those other systems do not even have affirmations or questfirmations," iDrug founder Galaviz said. Another benefit of iDrug is that it uses isochronic tones rather than binaural beats technology, eliminating the need for headphones.

To introduce interested parties to entraining, Galaviz is offering two free iDrugs, one that instills safe driving habits and one that positively affects ADD/ADHD. The ADD/ADHD iDrug was created in the hopes of developing a natural method for a condition that has prompted the overuse of prescription drugs. Regular iDrug packages can be purchased for an introductory price of $49 with a 180-day money-back guarantee for users who doubt its effectiveness. Customized iDrugs are available on request.


    Paul Galaviz, CEO, iDrug
    (253) 227-6101

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