Sleep: The Forgotten Key to Health and Wellness April 30, 2014 Posted by psadmin Updated: April 30, 2014 at 1:11 am ◀ World reviews ‘THE 10 FEATHERS OF HAPPINESS’. Motivational, inspirational health & wellness video. Natasha Saltzer ▶ Comments I enjoy it very mutch. Log in to Reply excellent worker! Log in to Reply I always sleep at the same time, I’ve definitely never been sleeping while I was awake! ;P Log in to Reply sleep talking? Log in to Reply this video is really interesting, but it makes me so sleepy. Log in to Reply I wish we knew the reason on why people sleep less deeper as they get older. Log in to Reply Taking quality time in one area can save time in other areas of our lives. Log in to Reply Very well explained! I always sleep, when I have a chance. But in my line of work sometimes , it’s unavoidable, to work a lot and sleep less.. Log in to Reply for some reason i cant dose off anymore, i get up in the middle of the night several times of night almost every hour, i end up getting only 3 or less hours to sleep and wake up groggy like hell for some reason its been going on for weeks now,also when i shut my eyes to (sleep)i noticed before i even am sleeping i go right away into a dream and that scares me, anyone have any thoughts Log in to Reply Look up Bob Beck brain tuner. The whole science of electrotherapy was widespread in the medical literature in the 1980s. Pete Townsend was famously cured of heroin addiction using a very rudimentary device. There is a lot of information about this on the net. Search “bob beck brain tuner” here on youtube there is some useful information including where the device can be bought, and a talk summarising the research by Beck himself. Disclosure: Used one insomnia gone! Less than 1 month! Log in to Reply Three hours? 1. Check sleep hygiene. Quiet room, no TV, no stimulants, no light, emotional calm. 2. Snoring or apnea, does someone watch you when you sleep. I used to snore, didn’t find out until I roomed with someone on a cycling training camp, very embarrassing. 3. Emotional trauma can set it off. I used a brain tuner to cure mine. Small electrical device, thoroughly researched, safe, used since 1980’s. Look up “Bobo Beck Brain Tuner” on Youtube or Google. Log in to Reply Knowing the reason is less important than knowing what to do about it. Basic sleep hygiene is important. Dealing with emotional issues helps too. Watch the video a few times, it has some great ideas. Log in to Reply This should be a required class in every public school. Why does the Western World have such a dismissive attitude toward the importance of sleep? Log in to Reply productivity? … capitalism? Log in to Reply watched this after having slept like 5 hours. Well time to go to school Log in to Reply I think the western world has a dismissive attitude about a lot of things sad to say … Log in to Reply Sleep… I like sleep… though.. I don’t get enough of it T_T Log in to Reply I like bed. Log in to Reply Very interesting Log in to Reply A turtle a day keeps the nightmares away. Log in to Reply Wow!! I would not be proud of this– Log in to Reply sleep when dead ty Log in to Reply Sorry, but this does not address living longer and better, the Dr mentions various sleeping tablets and Ramelton a melatonin analogue that is “17 times stronger than melatonin”, and is not addictive, failing to mention it can cause these side effects; decreased sex drives • difficulty swallowing • hallucinations • irregular heartbeat • memory problems • mood changes • depression • fertility problems • suicidal thoughts, real melatonin is an antioxidant! it might help you live longer! Log in to Reply So it affects everybody? I wonder if half also suffer from psychosis like me. Well must not, if they can hold a job, school, relationships, raise families, etc. Or maybe that’s why we see some unstable parents shoot their partner and kids. But in the end I could care less about the psychosis, I’d rather be psychotic but not feel tired. Feelings tired is worst then psychosis. At least for me. Log in to Reply Dr. Hughes, I am shocked that you did not spend any time on how important a good sleep system (mattress and life style foundation) is for a good nights sleep. You might do some research and add that to your presentation if you want to be a true expert on sleep. As you say you spend 1/3 of your life sleeping. Wouldn’t it help to be on a good mattress. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.