Z•SOURCE

PROVIDING INSIGHT INTO THE SCIENCE OF SLEEP

What is Slow Wave Sleep?

What is Slow Wave Sleep?

Our night’s sleep is organized so that Slow Wave Sleep occurs mainly during the first half of the night, and dream sleep during mainly the last half of the night. SWS promotes a full night’s sleep, staying asleep with fewer interruptions, thus allowing you to get all of your dream sleep too. For all of these reasons, SWS or Delta sleep is considered to be the most important stage of sleep.

What Makes SOLTEC•SMS the Premier Sleep Aid Device?

What Makes SOLTEC•SMS the Premier Sleep Aid Device?

The SOLTEC•SMS is not just another sleep tracker. It actually improves your sleep. Z•GEN sits under or by the foot of your bed. It generates, safe, low frequency waves that are associated with the various stages of sleep (light sleep, deep sleep and dream sleep). It helps you fall asleep, stay asleep, and sleep more deeply.

Z•TEST Sleep Score Results

Z•TEST Sleep Score Results

What they mean • How to use them The overall Z•TEST Sleep Score is a composite sleep score that includes assessments of your Sleep Time (time asleep), Depth (time spent in deep sleep), REM (time spent in REM sleep), Onset (time to fall asleep) and Efficiency (degree...

Expectations for the SOLTEC Sleep Management System

Expectations for the SOLTEC Sleep Management System

There’s one question you are probably asking yourself right now. Is SOLTEC•SMS right for me? In our testing, it’s right for most people, but you’ll have to use it and make that determination for yourself.  If you’re a person that likes to analyze data, you can look at...

Stress and Sleep

Stress and Sleep

Our body, mind and emotional state were not designed to operate well, when regularly experiencing stress. Although stress has become normal, it is not our natural state, and as a physician, I can attest to the fact that we do not endure it well.

Why is Deep Sleep so Important?

Why is Deep Sleep so Important?

Deep sleep (also known as slow wave sleep) is recognized by EEG activity with high voltage (75 µV) waves with a frequency range typically between .5 Hz and 3.5 Hz. Longer periods of Deep sleep occur in the first part of the night, primarily in the first two sleep...