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Sleep Right with SOLTEC℠

To manage your sleep is a valuable gift, but to enhance it is a dream come true.

Sleep Technology From SOLTEC HEALTH

Slow Wave Sleep, also known as Delta sleep, is the sleep stage where your brain is producing its slowest brainwaves, also called Delta waves. While the brain is producing these Delta waves, it is peacefully resting without any thoughts or worries. During this stage of sleep, the body doesn’t move, but it is hard at work to complete some important healing processes. These processes, including growth hormone secretion causing growth and healing, DNA repair, immune system re-balancing, and the removal of harmful material from nerve cells, are strongest in young people, who get the most Slow Wave Sleep, but gradually deteriorate with age. In fact, by their mid to late forties, most people have lost 60-70% of their Delta sleep, and by their seventies it is mostly, if not all, gone. Without this deep level of sleep, your body loses out on some of its most important healing processes.


Public Health Problem

The CDC has declared insufficient sleep a ‘public health problem’, with more than 1/3 American adults not getting enough sleep on a regular basis

6+ Hours of Sleep for Better Health

Sleeping less than 6 hours on a regular basis per night has been shown in studies of more than 1 million subjects over decades to increase obesity, diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and dementia.

Americans Struggle with Sleep

An estimated 164 million Americans struggle with sleep at least once a week.

How Lack of Sleep Affects Health

Less Sleep Linked with 7 Out Of 15 Leading Causes of Death


Insufficient sleep duration has been linked with seven of the fifteen leading causes of death in the United States, including cardiovascular disease, malignant neoplasm, cerebrovascular disease, accidents, diabetes, septicemia and hypertension.

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Less Than 6 Hours Of Sleep Increases Mortality Risk by 13%


An individual that sleeps on average less than six hours per night has a 13 per cent higher mortality risk than an individual sleeping between seven and nine hours, which is considered as the healthy amount of sleep.


A Letter from Our CEO

For a more in depth look into our past, present and future, peruse this letter from our CEO, Dr. Dan Cohen.

  • WARNING: Maintain a safe distance of at least six inches between the SOLTEC•SES System and a pacemaker, implantable cardioverter defibrillator, deep brain stimulator or other active implantable device. The System may interfere with these devices and increase the risk of injury, illness or death. Consult with a medical provider on whether the System could affect your implantable medical device.
  • CAUTION: The SOLTEC•SES System has not been tested during pregnancy. Consult with a medical provider prior to use during pregnancy.
  • CAUTION: The SOLTEC•SES System has not been tested on persons under the age of 18. Consult with a medical provider before use by anyone under the age of 18.This includes situations where beds are shared with persons under the age of 18.
  • DISCLAIMER: The Soltec Sleep Enhancement System is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Individual results vary. Consult with a medical provider for solutions that may be appropriate for you.