Sleep: Your Fountain of Youth

A friend of mine remarked just yesterday how plenty of sleep makes a world of difference in his day. Specifically, he noted a higher energy level and a more positive outlook. Conversely, many of us are well aware of how awful we feel when we haven’t had enough sleep.

In deep, dreamless sleep, electroencephalograph (eeg) machines show our brains producing brainwaves very slowly oscillating between the frequencies of 0 and 4 hertz. Brainwaves of this frequency range are known as delta brainwaves. Infants spend much time in the delta brainwave state. It is also said that if you can manage to remain conscious in this state, you will reach a very high meditative or shamanic consciousness. Very low carbohydrate diets have been shown to increase delta brainwave activity.

Deprivation and/or interruption of delta brainwave sleep has been associated with fibromyalgia, type 2 diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, schizophrenia and muscle pain and fatigue. It is worth noting that alcohol, the traditional “night cap” decreases delta wave sleep. 

There are various remedies for sleeplessness or insomnia. One common one is melatonin.

All brainwaves are associated with the production of certain body chemicals. In the case of delta brainwaves  body chemistry includes the production of DHEA (a steroid hormone produced by the adrenal glands) and human growth hormone produced by the pituitary gland.

 

DHEA (that’s short for Dehydroepiandrosterone) production begins to slow down after the decade of one’s 20’s. Perhaps that is connected with the old saying that age 30 was “over the hill”. In any case, DHEA supplements are used to slow or reverse aging and to protect against certain health conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and osteoporosis. Research evidence as to the effectiveness of these supplements is contradictory.

 

 

Human growth hormone is also involved in slowing aging because it stimulates cell growth and regeneration. HGH, also called simply GH, is a prescribed medication for growth problems in children and adults. It has been used illegally in competitive sports. 

Deprivation and/or interruption of delta brainwave sleep has been associated with fibromyalgia, type 2 diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, schizophrenia and muscle pain and fatigue. It is worth noting that alcohol, the traditional “night cap” decreases delta wave sleep.

Supplements in general, are not always able to make up for deficient chemistry.  Factors that influence this include bio-availability and method of delivery. But you can induce the brainwaves that stimulate the chemistry production. This is done through brainwave entrainment which uses various types of frequencies, including audio frequencies.

The beauty of brainwave entrainment is that the chemistry is a self-regulating process thus eliminating dosage errors. You can replay the audio frequency when desired, thus eliminating the need for refills. Audio frequencies are available that stimulate your brain to create melatonin, DHEA, HGH and to simply remedy insomnia.

You can also experience improved sleep along with a host of other benefits (improved circulation, digestion, energy enhancement and more) through Virtual Oxygen Therapy. This is Digital Energy Medicine encoded to work with and through your electronic devices. No refills needed.

Clearly, you needn’t suffer the effects of sleep deprivation ever again.

 

 

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