The effectiveness of BIORESONANCE according to Claude-Jean LAPOSTAT
The BIORESONANCE for the WELL-BEING and the PREVENTION of your HEALTH, your SLEEP...
Bioresonance for YOUR HEALTH and EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING:
RESTORE INNER PEACE - SLEEP / CALM ANXIETIES - STRESS - FEARS / CURE MALAISE - DEPRESSION - TRAUMA / MANAGE EMOTIONS / CONCENTRATION PROBLEMS / ACT ON ADDICTIONS SUCH AS TOBACCO, ALCOHOL, DRUGS, SUGAR ... / ACT ON BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS - EATING DISORDERS ...
Bioresonance for YOUR HEALTH and BODY WELL-BEING:
RESTORE THE BODY'S ENERGY NETWORK - ACT ON LOSS OF VITALITY / PROMOTE RESTFUL SLEEP - REDUCE FATIGUE / BALANCE HORMONES / REGULATE MERIDIANS / STIMULATE AND IMPROVE DIGESTION / PHYSICAL PAIN - PHYSICAL INJURIES - JOINT PROBLEMS / DENTAL PAIN / ACT ON VITAMIN - MINERAL AND AMINO ACID DEFICIENCIES / FOOD INTOLERANCES AND ALLERGIES SUCH AS : GLUTEN, DAIRY... / DIGESTIVE - CIRCULATORY - RESPIRATORY - ENDOCRINE SYSTEMS / PH : ACID-BASE BALANCING... / OVERWEIGHT - SLIMMING - ANOREXIA / AESTHETIC - ANTI-AGING - DETOX / BREATHING / BLOOD CIRCULATION / ELIMINATING THE EFFECTS OF VACCINES / SEXUAL HARMONY...
BIORESONANCE & BIOFEEDBACK for YOUR SLEEP
The role of our brain during the night is still mysterious, yet it is crucial to our health: we spend almost a third of our lives sleeping.
Memory, learning and metabolism... even if many hypotheses still need to be confirmed, it is well established that sleep is crucial for many biological functions. The frequency of sleep disorders has increased in recent decades, affecting a growing number of the population, and raises questions about the future evolution of our health.
Sleep corresponds to a decrease in the state of consciousness that separates two periods of wakefulness. It is characterized by a loss of vigilance, a decrease in muscle tone and a partial conservation of sensitive perception.
The sleep rhythm is never set in stone
The rhythm of sleep varies during the same night: schematically, the first cycles are essentially made up of deep slow wave sleep, while the end of the night is dominated by REM sleep.
Sleep also varies throughout life: slow wave sleep is deeper during growth until about age 20. As we age, slow wave sleep becomes lighter, explaining the increase in sleep disorders as we age. At the same time, REM sleep is longer in the early years of life and becomes shorter in adulthood. The environment, hygiene and the rhythm of life play a role in the ability to sleep and to recover well during a night of sleep.
Genetics would help to differentiate between early risers and late sleepers, and between heavy and light sleepers. The duration of deep sleep would be relatively constant, while those of light sleep and REM sleep would vary.
Falling asleep: a complex phenomenon
Sleep does not occur only because of a state of fatigue. The hygiene of life, the consumption of substances (alcohol, coffee, drugs...), the immediate environment (light, noise...) can influence the health and the capacity of an individual to fall asleep.
The sleep phase requires several actors:
- Homeostatic processes which increase the need for sleep as the waking period is prolonged.
- Circadian processes that aim to synchronize the organism and sleep with the day-night alternation, a rhythm close to 24 hours.
Sleep onset is also an endogenous phenomenon that is maintained in the absence of light. Nevertheless, the late use of screens or LED light, rich in blue light, stimulates these cells and disturbs sleep.
The induction of sleep also depends on melatonin, called the sleep hormone . Melatonin is produced in the dark, at the beginning of the night, by the pineal gland (or epiphysis), located behind the hypothalamus. Conversely, when the retinal cells perceive light, its synthesis is inhibited. As we age, melatonin production becomes less and less efficient.
There is not one, but many types of insomnia: some are occasional, others chronic. Some are characterized by difficulties in falling asleep, others by waking up at night or by a feeling of non-recovering sleep. They can also be distinguished by the nature of their triggering factors: internal cognitive or somatic factors, or external factors disturbing the onset or maintenance of sleep (lifestyle, light, late use of screens or late practice of sports, taking certain medications, etc.).
Sleep is health
Sleep is the most complete form of rest. It allows the body to recover, both physically and mentally . In this process, slow wave sleep plays a particular role since slow waves are all the more intense and elevated as the quantity or quality of sleep was poor the night before. Sleep also allows to reduce the metabolism and to preserve energy (homeostatic role). Thus, the body temperature is lowered to around 36°C during the night.
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