There is a mix of excitatory and inhibitory activity in the brain. The brain is biasing toward greater excitability due to large, fast, powerful movements. Small, slow, gentle movements bias the brain toward decreased excitability and sleep. The nuts and bolts of this effect are revealed in a recent study.
The. Sounder sleep system. You can exploit the power of small, slow, gentle movements. You will sleep better, feel better, and enjoy life more.
The beginnings of the system.
The. Sounder sleep system. The system’s founder, Michael Krugman, had a lifetime of study, experience, and observation. While original in its conception and implementation, it is inspired and informed by contemporary neuroscience and sleep research and utilizes time-tested principles common to all self-healing systems. Thousands of clients in clinics, schools, and hospitals have used the system. The system has over 200 teachers in twelve countries.
A two-pronged approach.
In practice. Sounder sleep system. The approach is two-pronged. By day, self-healing techniques. They call them DayTamers. Fight stress, tension, and anxiety to make life more peaceful. Your sleep is more peaceful when you are more peaceful. By night, tiny, sleep-inducing movements that you do in your bed. NightTamers is a term used for night stalkers. It is important to ensure quick recovery from wake ups during the night.
The daytime and nighttime techniques work together to ensure you get all the sleep you need. Even your partner won’t know the movements are gentle. Making these exercises part of your daily and nightly life will make you happy.