Sleep Right with SOLTEC
To manage your sleep is a valuable gift, but to enhance it is a dream come true.
PROVIDING INSIGHT INTO THE SCIENCE OF SLEEP
So, why is REM sleep needed? Let’s get back to its’ benefits – problem solving and creativity and emotional and mental health. Great problem solvers use their brain to generate questions and let the answers come to them. An excellent time to receive those answers is when asleep, particularly during REM sleep. It isn’t surprising that most REM sleep happens late in our sleep session, providing a greater chance we will awaken with the answer.
Z•TRACK measures pulse, motion, blood oxygen level, and snoring sounds. Every 30 seconds It analyzes this information in both the time and frequency domains to determine the stage of sleep you are in with great precision. Knowing which sleep stage you are in, while asleep, is vitally important.
This allows Z•TRACK to instruct Z•GEN, in the moment, what frequencies to emit in order to enhance your sleep. For instance, if you awaken or move into drowsiness, Z•GEN can emit frequencies that help you fall back to sleep. When you are moving towards Delta sleep, Z•GEN can emit Delta enhancing frequencies, and when you are moving towards REM, Z•GEN can emit REM enhancing frequencies.
It’s like how a tuning fork, when brought within the proximity of another, identical tuning fork will synchronize to the same note.
I had the good fortune to be one of the first to try the Z•GEN Magnetic Conditioner. Since then, we have developed, engineered and manufactured the Z•TRACK Analyst, solving the problem of data capture while instructing Z•GEN to provide the proper frequencies to enhance your natural sleep stages. Now, you may not get knocked out over and over, your first time, however, that’s kind of the point, the SOLTEC Sleep Enhancement System was engineered to do just that. My first time was truly unforgettable, but every time since, I rediscover how much I enjoy it.
Why is sleep important?
A: Sleep allows the body and brain to recover from daytime activities. It enables healing and growth both mentally and physically. ~ Dr. Dan Cohen, SOLTEC HEALTH
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.
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.
Unlike other tracker devices which monitor a wide range of biometrics, Z•TRACK was designed exclusively for sleep. Not only does Z•TRACK provide exquisite details about how you sleep, as part of our interactive system, SOLTEC•SMS, it also helps you to fall asleep and...
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...
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...
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.
What is Slow Wave Delta Sleep? Deep sleep (also known as slow wave sleep or Delta 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...