Beating Insomnia

Released on: November 1, 2007, 8:00 am

Press Release Author: Joy Brown

Industry: Healthcare

Press Release Summary: Brain Entrainment: A potential cure for insomnia through
brain re-training techniques

Press Release Body: Sleep deprivation research has shown that the capacity to fall
asleep and stay asleep is a skill that many people with insomnia have lost. Sleep
disorder researchers are utilizing a technology called "Brainwave Entrainment" to
retrain people's brains for sleep.

According to President Yan Muckle, the Brainwave
Entrainment technology has been used for over 30 years in sleep disorder research.
"It only takes a month for the brain to 'get it' and generate more abundantly those
brainwaves it has been entrained to produce", Muckle said.

Brainwave entrainment occurs by listening to rhythmic sounds over a period of time.
Eventually, the brain will sync itself to the rhythm and generate the corresponding
brainwaves. The research shows that this syncing of the brain to a particular
rhythm is effective at combating insomnia and re-training the brain to sleep deeply
and naturally.

More information about Brain Entrainment technology and other sleep solutions can be
found at

Web Site:

Contact Details: 25503 CR 321 Buena Vista, CO 81211

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