Mood-altering ‘drugs’ take the form of downloadable audio files
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Transient electronics that dissolve in the body are already helping humans to alter their health with technology. Now, Digipill is offering downloadable 'drugs' which use psychoacoustics as a form of therapy. Created by UK-based mobile developer Yuza with the assistance of self-help author Brian Colbert and – apparently – 20 years of neuro-linguistic research, the digital drugs consist of around half an hour of audio each. While binaural techniques have been around for some time – producing varying results – Digipill promises that its products use a form of hypnosis that can induce experiences ranging from relaxation to weight loss…
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