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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.
40Hz light therapy works by exposing an individual to flashing light at a frequency of 40Hz, which is believed to have a positive impact on the brain’s sleep-wake cycle. The idea behind the therapy is that the flashing light helps to stimulate brain activity, which can promote deeper and more restful sleep.
Sleep fragmentation is a condition in which an individual’s sleep is frequently interrupted, resulting in a reduced overall quality of sleep. This can be caused by a variety of factors, including medical conditions, medications, and lifestyle choices.
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.
Six easy-to-adopt routines that will help to reduce sleep fragmentation. Daytime use of 40Hz light leads to improved sleep quality.
Publication: Harvard Busy people view sleep as a luxury and do not recognize the potential long-term health consequences of insufficient sleep. Researchers have documented findings that insufficient sleep increases a person’s risk of developing serious health conditions, including obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. Through ongoing research, experts report that getting enough high-quality sleep may be […]
Publication: Frontiers Authors: Alyin Cimenser, Evan Hempel, Taylor Travers, Nathan Strozewski, Karen Martin, Zach Malchano, Mihaly Hajos Ongoing research focused on patient exposure to synchronized, 40Hz gamma oscillation and its impact on patients with and without Alzheimer’s disease. Results of this study demonstrated that one hour of daily therapy was well tolerated throughout a 6-month […]
Publication: ScienceAuthors: Kirusanthy Kaneshwaran, Marta Olanhshinya Tasakilei, Lei Yue, Elizabeth M. Bradshaw, Julie Al Schneider, Aron S. Buchman, David A. Bennet, Phillip L DeJager, Andrew S. P. Lim The link between sleep disruption and cognitive decline is explored in experimental studies looking to define the underlying reasons. Sleep deprivation is associated with altered expression of […]