Brain Shift Radio: Music to Boost Your Brain.

Improve your focus, reduce your anxiety, fall asleep fast, raise your energy, or enhance your cognitive abilities. Brain Shift Radio is the first and only interactive, prescriptive internet radio. Here, you mix the rhythmic and ambient components of auditory brain stimulation and rhythmic entrainment to impact your brain in very specific ways. 

We all use music in prescriptive ways. But Brain Shift Radio takes it a few steps further: We are researched and proven. And Brain Shift Radio caters to your needs at any given moment. So, do you wish to focus? Or do you want to sleep? How about a little calm? You can let us choose the mix or you can mix your own. Either way, Brain Shift Radio will take you where you want to go.

Register today and get free access to see if Brain Shift Radio is right for you and your brain.

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Created by the Strong Institute, Brain Shift Radio is based on nearly three decades of research conducted on Rhythmic Entrainment Intervention (REI) and its core musical elements. The Strong Institute was founded in 1994 and is a pioneer in the field of custom auditory brain stimulation. Known primarily for their work with individuals on the autism spectrum, the Institute also has a major impact in ADHD, Anxiety Disorders, Traumatic brain injury, PTSD, and Sleep Disorders, among others.

The Strong Institute's mission is to utilize technology and data to research, develop, and deliver the best possible auditory brain stimulation programs for individuals with neurological disorders. And for those without. Brain Shift Radio is a current manifestation of this mission.



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“Certainly, the site’s interface and presentation are impeccable. Ambient and rhythmic tracks can be remixed and swapped to the listener’s pleasure; the community is active in building mixes; and the music streams at a high-quality, through an elegantly simple player.” 

Gizmodo.com

“In short: you’re distracted. So you’ll head here, select “I’d like to focus” from their preset playlists, along with your desired intensity level: “laser-like.” Twenty minutes of rapid-fire drums and medieval alpha strings later, and you’ve just cleared your to-do list.” 

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