As busy parents who are balancing the responsibilities of work and other priorities, we often put self-care on the back burner. We’re always searching for solutions that boost our health, improve sleep, and give us more energy.
Each day, with an hour of exposure to 40Hz light stimulation, you’ll feel a little calmer and more focused. After a few weeks of regular use, you’ll find that it’s easier for you to fall asleep and to stay asleep. Some users tell us that they’re experiencing the best sleep they’ve had in decades.
It’s the season for reflection and New Year’s resolutions. This year, so many people are hoping for good health, others are focused on self-care and are goal-oriented around fitness. We go into the new year with refreshed optimism and motivation to achieve our resolutions, but it doesn’t take long for most people to give up on their goals. Nearly 80% of New Year’s resolutions fail by the end of February.
Six easy-to-adopt routines that will help to reduce sleep fragmentation. Daytime use of 40Hz light leads to improved sleep quality.
In clinical trials, using 40Hz light neuroscientists found that after a few weeks of only one hour per day exposure they saw restoration of neural activity to improve cognition, additionally, neural connectivity and cell function dramatically improved. This reduced confusion, memory loss, and mood swings.
The purpose of The Longest Day is to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. From sunrise to sunset, families and friends of all ages will be choosing an activity to raise funds and awareness for research and programs to end Alzheimer’s disease.
On Father’s Day, families come together to celebrate multiple generations of beloved fathers in our lives. While we celebrate, we need also to reflect on how these terrible diseases have affected our dads, husbands, or spouses, either as patients or as caregivers.
It’s never too early to begin a daily routine with BEACON40. The lights are safe, quiet and noninvasive. They’re designed to fade into the background while you go about your daily routines, like watching TV, reading, or answering emails.
March is International Women’s month. For those of us focused on advancing innovative technologies that bring hope and help to families battling dementia, we remember that Alzheimer’s disease impacts women more than men. Women are more likely to develop the disease and women are more likely to provide unpaid care for individuals experiencing dementia.
Seeing the early signs of dementia in someone you love is emotionally overwhelming. You may feel like you’ve come to a turning point in life: everything’s going to be different from now on.