Enjoy The Benefits of Melatonin Using Brainwave Entrainment
Brainwave entrainment is a neuro-technological tool that introduces specific sound patterns to the brain with the intention of altering its state of consciousness. When the slow brainwave frequency of delta is presented to the brain, it mimics this frequency and releases melatonin, a hormone that sets our brain’s biological clock.
Melatonin is one of the most powerful regulatory chemical functions in our body and is responsible for everything from sex hormone production to sleep patterns that enable healing and rejuvenation. Most of the time, melatonin is equated with sleep, but its benefits far outweigh this very important element in our life.
Melatonin can almost be seen as a miracle hormone in the preservation of life.
Melatonin production decreases as we age and is affected by medications and light exposure. Light inhibits the secretion of this hormone. The long-term disadvantages of disrupted melatonin secretion could be deadly disease.
Signs You Have A Deficiency In Melatonin
- Insomnia or frequent waking.
- Not being able to go back to sleep upon waking during the night.
- Lack of dreaming.
- Premenstrual syndrome.
- Fibrocystic breasts.
- Menstrual disturbances.
- Poor concentration.
- Prostate enlargement.
- Sensitivity to stress.
- Multiple sclerosis.
- Parkinson’s Disease-associated with disrupted melatonin secretion in the brain.
- Alzheimer’s Disease-levels are low; they suffer from sleep disturbances and sundowning.
- Elevated cholesterol.
- High blood pressure.
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
- Heart attack.
- Heart arrhythmias.
- Neurodegenerative disorders.
Benefits of Activating Melatonin Secretion
- Alzheimer’s Disease: increasing melatonin improves sleep cycles reducing late-day aggravation of symptoms like increased confusion and agitation in the afternoon and evening.
- Stroke: when administered at the time of a stroke, will limit the area of the brain tissue damage decreasing brain cell death, lessening behavioral deficits, and reducing the rate of stroke related death. Melatonin’s free-radical scavenging and antioxidant activities holds promise for improving stroke outcomes.
- Lowers blood pressure.
- Cancer: fights a wide array of cancers including breast and liver, non-small cell lung cancer and brain metastases from solid tumours. Melatonin may improve treatment outcomes in cancer patients, extending their lives.
- Improves response to chemotherapy for breast cancer. Melatonin may counteract the toxicity of chemotherapy treatment, decreasing side effects.
- Relieves anxiety.
- May help fight prostate cancer by drastically reducing the number of cancer cells and slows down of replication in cancer cells that are left.
- Reduces the risk of death in other cancers by 34% with no adverse effects.
- Migraines: reduces the frequency and severity by 50% due to its anti-inflammatory effect.
- Brain: melatonin is a powerful antioxidant that offers enhancements to the brain and nervous system protecting against age-related damage. Melatonin easily diffuses into cells and crosses the blood brain barrier to protect the brain.
- Reproduction: helps control timing and release of female reproductive hormones and helps determine when a woman starts to menstruate, the frequency, and duration of the menstrual cycle and when she goes into menopause.
- Insomnia: boosts sleep efficiency and increases total sleep duration. Melatonin decreases motor activity, induces fatigue, and lowers body temperature.
- Decreases night-time urination.
- Rebalances the body’s natural circadian rhythm.
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome: reduces symptoms such as abdominal pain.
These are just a few of the many benefits of having an adequate supply of melatonin in your body. Brainwave entrainment is an easy way to increase melatonin levels to ensure the best of health and longevity.
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