IMPORTANT: IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING DEPRESSION, IMMEDIATELY CONTACT YOUR HEALTH CARE PROVIDER. OPTIMA IS NOT APPROPRIATE FOR THE TREATMENT OF SERIOUS DEPRESSION.
There are several brainwave patterns and mental states that are associated with depressed mood. Optima contains three blends of harmonics and subliminals that have been shown to elevate mood and motivation. Research on some of these blends can be found in Dr. Swingle’s classic text for health care providers “Subliminal Treatment Procedures: A Clinician’s Guide.”
When we have the blahs, we often experience poor sleep, lack of interest in our usual pastime activities, low motivation, tiredness, and dissatisfaction with our daily routine. Depressed mood states have also been shown to have a negative influence on our health and on our interpersonal relationships. Friends and intimates may avoid us or become impatient and irritable when we experience negative mood states.
Optima contains three blends of harmonics and subliminals. Each blend uniquely targets specific forms of negative mood associated with different brainwave patterns. The recommended procedure is to try all three blends and select the one that seems most useful in elevating mood and motivation. You may find that your preference for a specific blend changes from time-to-time. The reason for this variability is that poor mood states may be the result of different causes that respond best to a specific blend on Optima.
Everyone gets the blahs. Optima is designed specifically for chasing the blahs. The blahs can result from lack of sleep, prolonged exposure to stress, an argument with a loved one, loss of an opportunity, or just plain boredom. Although Optima may help chase the blues, changing the factors causing the depressed mood state in the first place is the major action that is required.
Optima can be used like meditation to elevate mood. Set aside about one hour and simply close your eyes and listen to all three tracts of Optima. The first tract arouses the frontal regions of the brain that increases awareness and focus. Tract two then specifically targets imbalances in the frontal regions that may be associated with negative mood states and the final tract contains subliminals that enhance feelings of well-being and contentment.
Although everyone goes through slumps in motivation and loss of interest in activities that usually bring pleasure, prolonged slumps may indicate inefficient brainwave activity. When the frontal regions of the brain are under active or out of balance, such slumps can be difficult to overcome. Optima is particularly useful for these slumps. The first two tracts have the effect of arousing and balancing the brainwave activity in the frontal regions of the brain. Try giving yourself a brief exposure to each of the first two tracts a few times each day and watch for your activity level to improve.
Just want to relax and feel good?
Tract three contains both harmonics and subliminals that have been extensively researched on both clinical and non-clinical populations. In both groups, listening to tract three of Optima increased feelings of calmness, peace, contentment, and well-being for most people. Take a break, close your eyes, and listen to tract three. Most people report feeling better after a few minutes.