- Jan 15, 2013
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Nah.... He would have it muuuuch slower..... The regular ticks in the background helped him... I guess the consistency of the tick was such that he would subcon try to sync with it with breathing, etc... Just a guess but it helped him....
you have to know that I was kidding about the 220bpm
I've seen a few different article , stating that a slow steady rhythm ( music or metronome ) , can help slow the heart rate down . particular useful for helping people with anxiety issues
on a similar note . speaking at ( I think it's ) 60bpm __ can make a person's words more convincing . and put the listeners in an almost like a hypnotic state