Insomnia

22 Dec

Sleeping To Improve Brain Function – Memory And Creativity

Jane Sandwood Improve your brain power by staying in bed! Sleep helps us to remember and reorganize our minds so we are more productive and ready to tackle the day. Research has found that the benefits on our brain, and on our bodies in general, is vital. The ability to utilize our brains for more than their daily functions expands whilst we sleep, with systems such as Integral Deep Listening (IDL) helping with everything from disorders and phobias to physical...

26 Oct

Overcoming Insomnia with IDL

About one in three people have insomnia. It becomes more likely as we get older, making it one of the most common of all health disturbances. Women are twice as likely as men to have insomnia and ninety percent of those who are depressed also report trouble sleeping. In the US about ten million people use prescription drugs to help them sleep. Insomnia makes one almost a third more likely to become overweight. It negatively affects mood, relationships, work productivity and...