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Rest & Relaxation

Sleep is the foundation of health. While you are sleeping, your body restores itself by repairing cells and regenerating energy. Your body, in its infinite wisdom, will do that for you as long as you are getting the best quantity and quality sleep you require.

From 1969 to 2001, the average number of hours we sleep has dropped from 8.5 to 7.0 hours per night.

Sleep is the number one factor in self-healing, and we spend one-third of our life asleep. Most people either have a hard time falling asleep or difficulty staying asleep. Perhaps you are one of them. If so, you probably know what it feels like to wake up tired, almost as if you hadn’t slept at all. How could this be? In order to obtain deep, rejuvenating sleep, a person must go through all 5 stages of sleep. So, quality sleep not only rebuilds and repairs the body, it also prepares us for the energy demands of our day.

Quality sleep also plays a role in our general outlook, our cognitive abilities, and our overall health. Studies suggest that those who get adequate quality sleep experience more mental clarity, demonstrate improved task performance, are happier, crave less carbohydrates, are less likely to develop diabetes, and even live longer!


Metal springs and coils are unsafe to sleep on. They actually collect electricity and therefore can block a person’s magnetic field which in turn blocks a person from getting into a deep, rejuvenating sleep. Since what we sleep on affects our quality of sleep, I believe it is just as important as the amount of sleep we get, and in some cases, perhaps even more so. I personally sleep on a specialized Nikken sleep system that uses magnetic technology to simulate the natural energy derived from the earth and the sun. By cocooning my body in this technology, it allows me to obtain the deep, rejuvenating sleep that keeps me functioning optimally.


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