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    I-Dosing: How teenagers are getting 'digitally high' from music they download from in


    I-Dosing: How teenagers are getting 'digitally high' from music they download from internet

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    hey put on their headphones, drape a hood over their head and drift off into the world of ‘digital highs’.
    Videos posted on YouTube show a young girl freaking out and leaping up in fear, a teenager shaking violently and a young boy in extreme distress.
    This is the world of ‘i-Dosing’, the new craze sweeping the internet in which teenagers used so-called ‘digital drugs’ to change their brains in the same way as real-life narcotics.



    This sounds like bs to me..... anyone here into "I-dosing"?
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    Re: I-Dosing: How teenagers are getting 'digitally high' from music they download fro

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Hellh0und View Post
    This sounds like bs to me..... anyone here into "I-dosing"?

    Rythmic music I do believe can be used to cause people to enter euphoric states

    Though I have not heard of I Dosing before
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    Re: I-Dosing: How teenagers are getting 'digitally high' from music they download fro

    Yes, it exists. Search up the software they use to do it; iDoser. It basically downloads a library of music that each plays at a pattern of unique frequencies. These same frequencies are said to be responsible for influencing the brain to release certain chemicals/hormones into the blood (hormones related to metabolism, sleep, testosterone etc - and most of the music we listen to have physical/mental affects on us anyway ).
    Each song has its own name and unique frequencies to simulate the drug it purports to be (you can download Opium, Crystal meth, etc).

    Never tried it before but heard of some second hand experiences with it (especially the sleeping pill one). You need good quality headphones so it doesn't distort the frequencies. You should give it a try if your skeptical, its the only way of finding out (could just be a placebo of the mind).
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    Re: I-Dosing: How teenagers are getting 'digitally high' from music they download fro

    If I am not mistaken Sufi's use music in a similar way
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    Re: I-Dosing: How teenagers are getting 'digitally high' from music they download fro

    Sounds like a Ouiji Board party to me.
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    Re: I-Dosing: How teenagers are getting 'digitally high' from music they download fro

    I got a set of "Beats" by monster headphones....
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    Re: I-Dosing: How teenagers are getting 'digitally high' from music they download fro

    Quote Originally Posted by kaya'08 View Post
    yes, it exists. Search up the software they use to do it; idoser. It basically downloads a library of music that each plays at a pattern of unique frequencies. These same frequencies are said to be responsible for influencing the brain to release certain chemicals/hormones into the blood (hormones related to metabolism, sleep, testosterone etc - and most of the music we listen to have physical/mental affects on us anyway ).
    Each song has its own name and unique frequencies to simulate the drug it purports to be (you can download opium, crystal meth, etc).

    Never tried it before but heard of some second hand experiences with it (especially the sleeping pill one). You need good quality headphones so it doesn't distort the frequencies. You should give it a try if your skeptical, its the only way of finding out (could just be a placebo of the mind).
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    Re: I-Dosing: How teenagers are getting 'digitally high' from music they download fro

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    bingo!!!!!
    Probably, but there IS a scientific side to music frequencies and its influence on the brain to release hormones. Who knows? Try it.
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    Re: I-Dosing: How teenagers are getting 'digitally high' from music they download fro

    I'll dl the app and tell you about it.


    that said, the whole warning thing is kinda funny.
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    Re: I-Dosing: How teenagers are getting 'digitally high' from music they download fro

    I haven't heard of it before - but I see how it can be completely legitimate.

    There's been research on the human body/brain when other sensations are cut off (like - being in the dark, being in a sound-absorption chamber, and so on) - it does have various effects on the body.

    The mind *need* stimulus from all it's functioning senses to work properly. There is an extreme and disconcerting adjustment period of this nature when someone *has* a sense and that sense is lost.

    I'll have to try it and see what goes on
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