One free track available on YouTube instructs listeners to lay down with a cover over their eyes to experience maximum results. Some may say this activity is no big deal, but learn why parents are taking this matter seriously after the break.
While this seems relatively harmless to me, one Oklahoma school district is taking it much more seriously, issuing warnings to parents and banning iPods in school. (Were kids actually allowed to have iPods in school? I had my Discman taken away at least five times in high school.) The MP3s can be considered drugs since the frequencies can allegedly alter the listener's brainwaves. So is this something to be concerned about or is it just typical adult overreaction?