Sleep disorders are a global problem and pose a serious threat to our health. Few people know that poor quality sleep can have a very negative effect on the whole organism. Not getting enough sleep can lead to a lowering of the immune defenses, a propensity to obesity and diabetes. A restful sleep acts on memory, controls and regulates our emotions. Sleeping the right amount of hours is in effect a complete reset that helps us to improve our performance, to have healthier and more balanced behaviors.
In a nutshell, sleeping well helps the body to regenerate itself. However, many underestimate the importance of “good night” and consider the presence of symptoms such as drowsiness or fatigue to be normal. Many others, on the other hand, have said enough to remedies against insomnia thanks to this brilliant technology hitherto unknown.
The characteristics of good sleep
There are three basic characteristics for restful sleep: abundant duration, good continuity and excellent depth. The duration of our sleep should be sufficient to guarantee the feeling of rest upon awakening. In the morning we should feel energized and energized, fully alert.
Until a few years ago it was thought that sleeping 8 hours was a guarantee of optimal recovery, today we know that the hours of useful sleep change from person to person, we are all different. But one thing is certain, the less sleep is interrupted the better. Sleeping continuously means having uninterrupted sleep; a night as little as possible fragmented by small and useless awakenings. Finally, our hours of sleep should be, at least in part, deep and immersive, so as to be restorative.
The sphere of sleep disorders, however, is a very broad one. Uncovering the causes of disturbed sleep can be complex and may require specialist intervention. A doctor’s opinion is always the first option to look for.
Enough of the remedies against insomnia thanks to this ingenious technology hitherto unknown
To find remedies for insomnia, many rely on one of the latest trends in technology: Dreem. Rythm, a French start-up, has launched a headband to wear on the head while we sleep. The fascia analyzes our brain activity through a microcomputer. An electrode system is able to detect our heartbeat and our breathing. Dreem, once his calculations and evaluations have been made, transmits sounds to the brain to improve our sleep. These pulses prolong deep sleep by not emitting any WIFI or bluetooth waves. It seems that thanks to technology, today, we can sleep better.