There are several different sleep disorders, such as difficulty falling asleep, waking up often and feeling very tired when you wake up, as if our brain can never turn off.
The quick fixes we tend to turn to are meditation, brainwave music, and melatonin tablets.
But it doesn’t always work.
But what is melatonin?
It is a neuro hormone secreted by the pineal gland to the brain. Its production takes place in the absence of light. It therefore starts in the evening and decreases during the night until waking up.
It influences our biological rhythms, is involved in regulating body temperature, bowel movement, blood pressure, the immune system and mood modulation. It is also a remarkable anti-cancer.
A deficiency or inhibition of melatonin in our system causes failures in some or all of these functions.
What can cause melatonin deficiency?
The light emitted by our cell phones, tablets and computers prevents the secretion of this hormone in our system.
Similarly, prolonged exposure to electromagnetic fields emitted by multiple devices in our immediate environment could inhibit the production of melatonin.
Taking melatonin tablets may not work, especially if it is not absorbed properly by the digestive system.
What is the best way to increase our melatonin levels then?
The only way to increase and maintain these melatonin stores is to protect our biology from electromagnetic frequencies.
The electromagnetic frequencies snap, perfuse the membranes of our cells which are made of proteins, minerals, enzymes and fats.
By protecting ourselves with CMO compensators, our organism is in a state of healing, so it can re-supply these reserves and recover better.
This information was confirmed following several searches.