Slow Wave Sleep
By Kelly Howell
Hidden beneath the calming sound of ocean waves, Delta binaural beat frequencies ease your brain out of the rapid rhythms of beta into the deepest levels of sleep, known as Slow Wave Sleep. As you listen your brain will be immersed in pure Delta frequencies: encouraging one of the most regenerative sleep experiences you can have.
This program is completely free of music or verbal distractions making it incredibly easy to drift off to deep refreshing night’s sleep.
Slow-Wave Sleep, or SWS, is the deepest of sleep states and it plays a vital role in creating vibrant states of well-being. During this phase of the sleep cycle, the brain begins producing very slow, large waves. Deprivation of this sleep state can lead to many unpleasant feelings of depression, grogginess, overwhelm and general malaise.
Unfortunately, as the brain grows older, it starts to have trouble staying in this sleep state or reaching it all! Even if you are able to sleep, daily stress and anxiety make it difficult to access high quality SWS to truly get the rest you need.
Even if your lifestyle doesn’t allow for the luxury of a full eight hours of sleep, a few hours of Slow Wave Sleep will trick your brain into thinking it’s had all the restorative sleep it needs.