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  • Are you spending sleepless nights after nights staring up at the ceiling?
  • Do you often suffer from insomnia or sleeplessness?
  • Trouble getting to sleep due to pain, stress or disturbing thoughts?


Thousands of people use special ‘brainwave entrainment’ audio sessions to get to sleep. Just slip on your headphones and click to play.

The ‘PowerurmindTM Sleep Better’ is a 'brainwave' audio program. It works by using special tones and pulses, which help influence your brainwave patterns. Listening to this audio gently takes you down from a waking 'alpha' state  or beta ?into a deep 'delta' sleep. It's incredibly powerful and totally safe*. The ‘PowerurmindTM Sleep Better’ improves on what the brain does naturally, lulling you into a deep sleep within minutes. Just hit the 'Play' button and listen as you fall asleep. You’ll probably never hear the end of the recording. Wave goodbye to insomnia and sleepless nights - and say hello to a fresh morning and happier mood!


Sleep Disorders and Sleeping Problems

Most of us have experienced trouble sleeping at one time or another. This is normal and usually temporary, due to stress or other outside factors. But if sleep problems are a regular occurrence and interfere with your daily life, you may be suffering from a sleep disorder. Sleep disorders cause more than just sleepiness. The lack of quality sleep can have a negative impact on your energy, emotional balance, and health. If you’re experiencing sleeping problems, learn about the symptoms of common sleep disorders, what you can do to help yourself, and when to see a doctor. Sleep can often be a barometer of your overall health. In many cases, people in good health tend to sleep well, whereas those suffering from repeated sleeping problems might have an underlying medical or mental health problem, be it minor or serious. Sleeping well is essential to your physical health and emotional well-being. Unfortunately, even minimal sleep loss can take a toll on your mood, energy, efficiency, and ability to handle stress. Ignoring sleep problems and disorders can lead to poor health, accidents, impaired job performance, and relationship stress. If you want to feel your best, stay healthy, and perform up to your potential, sleep is a necessity, not a luxury.

It’s not normal to feel sleepy during the day, to have problems getting to sleep at night, or to wake up feeling exhausted. But even if you’ve struggled with sleep problems for so long that it seems normal, you can still learn to sleep better. You can start by tracking your symptoms and sleep patterns, and then making healthy changes to your daytime habits and bedtime routine.


STAGES OF SLEEP: REM sleep and non-REM sleep stages


All sleep is not created equal. Each stage of sleep plays a different part in preparing you for the day ahead. There are recurring sleep stages that are very different from one another in terms of what’s happening beneath the surface. From deep sleep to dreaming sleep, they are all vital for your body and mind.

There are two main types of sleep:

  • Non-REM (NREM) sleep consists of four stages of sleep, each deeper than the last. Below has only three stages ?
  • REM (Rapid Eye Movement) sleep is when you do most active dreaming. Your eyes actually move back and forth during this stage, which is why it is called Rapid Eye Movement sleep.


The Stages of Sleep

  • Non-REM sleep

Stage N1 (Transition to sleep) – This stage lasts about five minutes. Your eyes move slowly under the eyelids, muscle activity slows down, and you are easily awakened.

Stage N2 (Light sleep) – This is the first stage of true sleep, lasting from 10 to 25 minutes. Your eye movement stops, heart rate slows, and body temperature decreases.

Stage N3 (Deep sleep) – You’re difficult to awaken, and if you are awakened, you do not adjust immediately and often feel groggy and disoriented for several minutes. In this deepest stage of sleep, your brain waves are extremely slow. Blood flow is directed away from your brain and towards your muscles, restoring physical energy.

  • REM sleep

REM sleep (Dream sleep) – About 70 to 90 minutes after falling asleep, you enter REM sleep, where dreaming occurs. Your eyes move rapidly, your breathing shallows, and your heart rate and blood pressure increase. Also during this stage, your arm and leg muscles are paralyzed.


Quality sleep and your internal clock: Your internal 24–hour sleep–wake cycle, otherwise known as your biological clock or circadian rhythm, is regulated by processes in the brain that respond to how long you’ve been awake and the changes between light and dark. At night, your body responds to the loss of daylight by producing melatonin, a hormone that makes you sleepy. During the day, sunlight triggers the brain to inhibit melatonin production so you feel awake and alert. Your internal clock can be disrupted by factors such as nightshift work, traveling across time zones, or irregular sleeping patterns—leaving you feeling groggy, disoriented, and sleepy at inconvenient times. The production of melatonin can also be thrown off when you're deprived of sunlight during the day or exposed to too much artificial light at night—especially the light from electronic devices, including TVs, computers, tablets, and mobile phones.


The sleep cycle
You may think that once you go to bed, you soon fall into a deep sleep that lasts for most of the night, progressing back into light sleep in the morning when it’s time to wake up. In reality, the sleep cycle is a lot more complicated.


The sleep stages over the course of the night

During the night, your sleep follows a predictable pattern, moving back and forth between deep restorative sleep (deep sleep) and more alert stages and dreaming (REM sleep). Together, the stages of REM and non-REM sleep form a complete sleep cycle. Each cycle typically lasts about 90 minutes and repeats four to six times over the course of a night.

The amount of time you spend in each stage of sleep changes as the night progresses. For example, most deep sleep occurs in the first half of the night. Later in the night, your REM sleep stages become longer, alternating with light Stage 2 sleep. This is why if you are sensitive to waking up in the middle of the night, it is probably in the early morning hours, not immediately after going to bed.

It's not just the number of hours in bed that's important—it's the quality of those hours of sleep. If you're giving yourself plenty of time for sleep, but you're still having trouble waking up in the morning or staying alert all day, you may not be spending enough time in the different stages of sleep. Each stage of sleep in the sleep cycle offers benefits to the sleeper. However, deep sleep (Stages 3 and 4-there is no stage 4 mentioned above) and REM sleep are particularly important. A normal adult spends approximately 50% of total sleep time in Stage 2 sleep, 20% in REM sleep, and 30% in the remaining stages, including deep sleep.


The importance of deep sleep and REM sleep

Deep sleep: The most damaging effects of sleep deprivation are from inadequate deep sleep. Deep sleep is a time when the body repairs itself and builds up energy for the day ahead. It plays a major role in maintaining your health, stimulating growth and development, repairing muscles and tissues, and boosting your immune system. In order to wake up energized and refreshed, getting quality deep sleep is essential. Factors that can lead to poor or inadequate deep sleep include:

  • Being woken during the night by outside noise, for example, or in order to care for a crying baby.
  • Working night shifts or swing shifts. Getting quality deep sleep during the day can be difficult, due to light and excess noise.
  • Smoking or drinking in the evening. Substances like alcohol and nicotine can disrupt deep sleep. It’s best to limit them before bed.

REM sleep: Just as deep sleep renews the body, REM sleep renews the mind by playing a key role in learning and memory. During REM sleep, your brain consolidates and processes the information you’ve learned during the day, forms neural connections that strengthen memory, and replenishes its supply of neurotransmitters, including feel-good chemicals like serotonin and dopamine that boost your mood during the day. To get more mind and mood-boosting REM sleep, try sleeping an extra 30 minutes to an hour in the morning, when REM sleep stages are longer. Improving your overall sleep will also increase your REM sleep. If you aren’t getting enough deep sleep, your body will try to make that up first, at the expense of REM sleep.


Your sleep debt: Sleep debt is the difference between the amount of sleep you need and the hours you actually get. Every time you sacrifice on sleep, you add to the debt. Eventually, the debt will have to be repaid; it won’t go away on its own. If you lose an hour of sleep, you must make up that extra hour somewhere down the line in order to bring your “account” back into balance.


Melatonin and sleep hormones

Melatonin is a naturally occurring hormone that increases at night. It is triggered by darkness and its levels remain elevated throughout the night until suppressed by the light of morning.  Although most studies have found that melatonin hormone if taken does not work, rather a simple exposure to light at the right time shall work better to improve sleep. Tryptophan is a basic amino acid used in the formation of the chemical messenger serotonin, a substance in the brain that helps tell your body to sleep. L-tryptophan is a common byproduct of tryptophan, which the body can change into serotonin. Some studies have shown that L-tryptophan can help people fall asleep faster.



It’s the middle of the night, and you’re staring at the bedroom ceiling, thinking about work, or bills, or the kids. Sleep just won’t come, so you again reach for a sleeping pill, but did you know sleeping pills and sleep aids vary in safety and effectiveness and are rarely meant for more than short-term use? Persistent insomnia is usually a symptom of an underlying medical or psychological problem that cannot be cured with sleeping pills. Instead, learn about safer and more effective ways to end sleepless nights.


The trouble with sleeping pills are we sure about the below, before commenting

The idea that a pill can instantly solve your sleep problems is very appealing. Unfortunately, sleeping pills don't cure the underlying cause of insomnia, and in fact can often make the problem worse in the long run.

  • Side effects. Side effects can be severe, including prolonged drowsiness the next day, confusion, and forgetfulness.
  • Drug tolerance. You may, over a period of time, build up a tolerance to sleep aids, and you will have to take more and more for them to work, which in turn can lead to more side effects.
  • Drug dependence. You may come to rely on sleeping pills to sleep, and will be unable to sleep or have even worse sleep without them.
  • Withdrawal symptoms. If you stop the medication abruptly, you may have withdrawal symptoms, such as nausea, sweating and shaking.
  • Drug interactions. Sleeping pills can interact with other medications. This can worsen side effects and sometimes be dangerous, especially with prescription painkillers and other sedatives.
  • Rebound insomnia. If you need to stop taking sleeping pills, sometimes the insomnia can become even worse than before.
  • Masking an underlying problem. There may be an underlying medical or mental disorder, or even a sleep disorder, causing your insomnia that can’t be treated with sleeping pills.


'POWERURMINDTM SLEEP BETTER TECHNIQUE' as an alternative to sleeping pills

'PowerurmindTM Sleep better technique' can relieve stress and help you sleep, the technique  includes brain entrainment audio, progressive muscle relaxation, and the use of breathing techniques. With a little practice, these skills can help you unwind at bedtime and improve your sleep better than a sleeping pill or sleep aid. It has three sets of special audio CDs.  Try:

  • A mind and body deep relaxation routine: The 'brainwave' audio works by using special tones and pulses, which help influence your brainwave patterns. Listening to this audio gently takes you down from a waking 'alpha' state or beta ? into a deep 'delta' sleep. It's incredibly powerful and totally safe*.
  • Breathing Instructor: Most of us don’t breathe as deeply as we should. When we breathe deeply and fully, involving not only the chest, but also the belly, lower back, and ribcage, it can actually help the part of our nervous system that controls relaxation. Listening to breathing Instructor CD daily trains you to breathe fully reducing your anxiety to make you calm.
  • Progressive muscle relaxation instructor: Is easier than it sounds. Lie down or make yourself comfortable. Listen to this wonderful instructor CD daily which trains you to give your muscles relaxation to completely free you from stress. You would enter in to a state comfort which you have never experienced before.


The Powerurmind technique will completely change your life in so many positive and empowering ways.

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