Two-thirds of adults throughout all developed nations fail to obtain the recommended 8 hours of nightly sleep.*
*The World Health Organisation and the National Sleep Foundation both stipulate an average of 8 hours of sleep per night for adults.
Just like breathing, eating and drinking, sleep is an essential component for the human body to function properly. Sleep is needed for our physical and mental well-being.
According to the NHS, one in three of us suffers from poor sleep, with stress, computers and taking work home often blamed. With millions suffering from sleep deprivation and extreme tiredness, and many of us, just feeling the impact of our busy lives, sleep is an essential component of body development and restitution. Being unable to get a decent night’s rest or suffering from a disrupted sleep pattern can leave us underperforming and unrested.
“Frequen-ZZZ has changed my life!!! I was experiencing restless sleep, due to an injury causing me severe leg pain. This sleep system allowed my body to relax in such a way, that I was able to FINALLY get a full night’s sleep and now I use it every night”
Mindie’s review is quite typical. Joint pain is not a nice experience, it can get in the way of a good night’s sleep as you struggle to find a comfortable position to lie in and so the cycle of poor interrupted sleep begins. Frequen-ZZZ helped Mindie experience the restorative sleep that she needed for her body to begin repairing itself and relieving her of pain.
Slow Wave Sleep or what is also known as Non-Rapid-Eye-Movement (NREM3) is often referred to as the restorative phase of sleep. Restorative sleep is important as this is the body’s natural way to realign biochemical and physiological processes.
We have pre-trial data and retrospective data that reveals evidence that Frequen-ZZZ provides deeper sleep durations. We are in initial discussions with academic partners to investigate how Frequen-ZZZ assisted sleep improves cognitive responses.
Sleep researchers claim that in order to be at our peak performance we need at least 8 hours of sleep.