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Sleep problems? 3 Great Tools for You

Sleep 3 tools

Sleep, Deep sleep letting go of fear, Power Nap

1. Deep Sleep (Plain and Simple).

Sleep deeply in 30 minutes or less.

Binaural Beats, use headphones or earplugs.

The duration of this Deep Sleep recording is 30 minutes. The Deep Sleep MP3 recording is made with Binaural Beats this technique requires the use of headphones or earplugs.
The Binaural Beats are combined with the sound of rain and later the sound of waves on the beach. These sounds also have a relaxing effect.

2. Deep Sleep Letting Go of Past.

Hard to fall asleep because of worries about the past?

This Deep Sleep  recording takes you slowly through Alpha and Theta to a Delta frequency of your brainwaves. (See brainwave frequencies) The Delta frequencies are associated with deep sleep, profound relaxation, restorative sleep, feelings of tranquility and peace, a feeling of well-being, pituitary stimulation to release growth hormone, harmony, balance and anti-aging.

These frequencies are combined with the Solfeggio 417 Hz  frequency. This tone is known for cleansing traumatic and destructive experiences. It encourages the cell and its DNA to function in an optimal form and it energizes the body cells. You are prepared for change. Solfeggio 417 Hz is associated with cell DNA cleaning. The length of this recording is about 73 minutes. You can burn it on a CD-R to use it on a regular cd player.
Headphones or earplugs are not necessary.

3. Power Nap 20 minutes.

Power nap why?

Use this MP3 after lunch at work, for example, to make a fresh start with the afternoon activities.

Enjoy 20 minutes of relaxation and sleep. Use headphones or earplugs to get the full effect of the binaural beats.
This simple program contains the soothing sounds of a waterfall in combination with a binaural beat pattern.
The binaural beat pattern used, is designed to put you in a relaxed state of mind.

Who used power naps?

Did you know that famous intelligent people used power naps? Winston Churchill, Thomas Alva Edison, John F. Kennedy and Salvador Dali, to name a few.

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