Montreal, Canada, August 09, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- A research team that is exploring the sexual benefits of "brainwave entrainment" is looking for participants. In the privacy of their own home, couples are asked to listen to specially-treated music while making love.
Music during sex is a quintessential combination, whether it's the classic Barry White "Can't Get Enough Of Your Love, Babe", the not so subtle "Let's Get it On" by Marvin Gaye, or whatever strikes one's fancy. Sexuality experts at Extatica.com, led by CEO and sex coach Ellen Eatough, M.A., are taking the concept one step further by combining music with resonant frequencies, including brainwave entrainment.
"Frequencies can have beneficial effects on brainwave speed, emotions, and the body as a whole, with some frequencies supporting meditation, deep sleep, and creativity - or in our case, sexual intimacy," explains Ellen Eatough. "The frequencies basically stimulate your mind-body system to achieve certain states, like relaxation or passion. The overall impact, from the inside out, is very promising."
Extatica's technology has already elicited positive responses from clients. Those who have used the technology have reported several benefits, including heightened libido and arousal rates, increased passion and physical pleasure, easier orgasms and multiple orgasms for women, greater spontaneity and reduced inhibition, enhanced emotional intimacy, and better and more open communication about sexual needs and desires.
"We knew this music would help people," says Ellen, "but the reports we've had from customers have exceeded our expectations. Our goal now is to find out if these effects are widespread and significant for lovers of various ages, ethnicities, sexual persuasions, and other demographics."
In order to accomplish this goal, Extatica is conducting a double-blind placebo-control online experiment with the help of PsychTests.com, a pioneer of online testing since 1996.
"We've conducted hundreds of research studies, but this one has the potential to be the most fun and personally rewarding for the participants," says Dr. Ilona Jerabek, president of PsychTests.
Participants are asked to fill out a questionnaire about their current sex life, download two separate sets of music files (one with the experimental music and one with the placebo music), and listen to the music while making love. They are then asked to fill out a survey to evaluate their sexual experience with the music. All participants who complete the study receive, free of charge, Extatica's 6-part patent-pending "4 Keys To Sexual Ecstasy" lovemaking enhancement system, and ten couples will also have the opportunity to receive a free private one-hour consultation with Ellen. The study begins immediately.
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To learn more about this topic or to schedule an interview with Extatica CEO, Ellen Eatough, M.A., please email email@example.com or call 415-454-6300. For PsychTests' CEO, Ilona Jebarek, Ph.D., call 1-888-855-6975 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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