HiFreq is an over-the-counter aural drug. It is the first over-the-counter drug introduced since the government privatized the drug approval process. The drug is administered through sound on a CD. HiFreq works by stimulating the saccule, (the part of the ear responsible for neural connection to those parts of the brain responsive to all forms of pleasure) boosting dopamine and serotonin levels in the brain. HiFreq has been created by scientists and sound professionals, and guarantees feelings of happiness, energy and expanded creativity. Side effects vary from person to person and may include feelings of tiredness and depression.
Diary of a HiFreq Freak
October 1st, 2015
I just bought a new CD over the weekend at the drugstore. It’s called HiFreq, and it’s basically a collection of sounds designed by some scientists that are supposed trigger your inner happiness. I heard a couple people posting about it on Facebook so I figured I should see what all the fuss is about.
October 3rd, 2015
Last night I listened to the HiFreq CD. Although it only sounded like white noise, I was completely blown away by its effect. I was feeling a bit low key before listening to it but almost immediately after I put on my headphones my energy shot right back up. I felt great the whole time I listened to it, but once I turned it off I didn’t feel as great. I went to sleep shortly after and have been feeling a bit down today.
October 21st, 2015
I’ve been listening to the HiFreq CD almost everyday since I got it. It doesn’t seem to work as well as it did when I first got it, so I called the company and they told me I need to keep buying the newest edition because the CD has a limited amount of plays before it loses its effectiveness. The new edition isn’t in stores yet so I ordered the CD online.
October 23rd, 2015
My new HiFreq CD came in the mail today. It doesn’t sound much different from the first one but it seems to do the trick! I haven’t told any of my friends about how much I listen to the CD because they keep telling me it’s just a waste of money and time. Guess they’re just missing out.
November 14th, 2015
I’ve been listening to the HiFreq CD a couple times a day now, and have even brought it to work to listen on breaks. It’s been getting pretty costly too. I’ve already bought five CDs and have been going though them quickly. I checked if there were any free copies or samples online to download but the only ones I found were of poor quality.
December 20th, 2015
My boss caught me listening to the HiFreq CD while I was supposed to be working. He got pretty mad and told me to focus and not to listen to music while I work. I didn’t bother to explain that I wasn’t actually listening to music, but I figured that would’ve only made matters worse. After listening to the HiFreq CD I could barely get anything done at work.
January 20th, 2016
I got caught listening to the HiFreq CD at work again. I told my boss that it wasn’t actually music and that I needed the sounds to concentrate. He told me to take some time off and to come back when I can work without it.
February 1st, 2016
I haven’t gone back to work yet and haven’t really been doing much either. I keep spending whatever saved money I had on HiFreq CDs and I haven’t been feeling much better.
Created: Jan 30, 2012DanielDixon Document Media