As we age, delta wave production during sleep tends to decline, while some people naturally have lower delta wave production anyway, and as such experience shorter deep sleep cycles.
Deep Sleep starts by releasing low theta waves that calm your mind and take you into deep relaxation. Then, as the music progresses, the track winds down into the delta wave state, releasing delta waves to promote deeper, more restorative sleep.
Stimulating the production of delta waves before bedtime will contribute to healthier sleep cycles, particularly in stages 3 and 4, where your brain should be producing up to 50%+ delta waves.
Deep Sleep is much more than simple sleep meditation music. In addition to promoting the production of delta waves, the music is tuned to a frequency of 174 Hertz, which in musical terms is a natural anaesthetic that will assist in relaxation and also the relief of pain, providing you with a feeling of security, safety and love – the perfect state of mind for deep sleep.
How to Use Deep Sleep
We recommend that Deep Sleep should be used in tandem with good sleep hygiene practices, which include regular sleep and wake times, daily exercise and reduced caffeine and sugar intake prior to bedtime.
You can listen to Deep Sleep up 1-2-hours before bed to promote the production of delta waves for long, restful sleep. Simply slip on your headphones, close your eyes and turn out the lights. As the track progresses, you’ll feel deeply relaxed and start to slowly swirl and drift away.
*Note: We have another sleep meditation called Blissful Sleep. Both recordings will produce similar results but have different musical compositions: We recommend experimenting with both and alternating between the two.
This recording will cause you to feel extremely relaxed and reduce the performance of cognitive functionality. We therefore advise that you DO NOT listen to this recording while driving or operating machinery.