Sleep Deeply/Wake Refreshed: from Learning Srategies

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There’s too much stress in your life, and you don’t get enough sound, restorative sleep. Am I right?

Sleep Deeply/Wake Refreshed will help you fall asleep easily, sleep soundly, reconnect with the source of tremendous healing, balance, and well-being, and then awake refreshed and energized, ready for your new day.

It’s better than getting a new pillow and mattress—and A LOT cheaper too!

This Paraliminal comes with two sessions on the CD.

One session, “Sleep Deeply,” helps you easily and pleasantly fall asleep. This Paraliminal session helps you program your mind and body to benefit from deep, healing sleep and the rich resources of your dreams.

The other session, “Wake Refreshed,” helps you awake gently and purposefully so that you remain connected to your rich internal resources you accessed while sleeping.

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Alternating sleep with studying may increase the speed and efficiency in which we learn, suggests a recent study from the Association for Psychological Science.
A research team led by psychological scientist Stephanie Mazza presented 16 French-Swahili word pairings to 40 French adults assigned to either a “sleep” group or a “wake” group. During two rounds of testing, participants typed French translations to the Swahili words. Incorrect translations were presented in subsequent trials until all pairings were correctly translated.
The sleep group completed their first test in the evening, slept, and tested a second time in the morning, 12 hours later. The wake group first tested in the morning, went about their day, and retested 12 hours later in the evening.
The first round of testing showed no difference between the two groups. Both the sleep and wake group correctly translated word pairings at the same rate and in the same number of trials.
After 12 hours, however, the sleep group performed significantly better. In round two they correctly translated 10 of 16 words in the test’s initial trial, and they learned faster, requiring only three trials to correctly translate all 16 pairings. The wake group correctly identified only 7.5 words during the first trial and averaged six trials to translate all 16 words.
One week later, the sleep group could still identify 15 of the 16 words. The wake group could recall 11 words.
Sleep appeared to transform participants’ memories, Mazza explains in a report published in Psychological Science.“Such transformation allowed subjects to re-encode information faster.”
In addition to learning information more effectively, sleep has many benefits. When you sleep, your body reduces the production of stress hormones, and the immune system shifts into higher gear. Proteins and enzymes cleanse and detoxify cells, repairing damaged cells and tissues. Adequate sleep reduces cravings for empty carbohydrates and less nutritious foods, improving metabolism and weight control.
To get the most from your sleep, get between seven and nine hours every single night,  Learning Fest recommend their Sleep Deeply/Wake Refreshed Paraliminal. While the value of sleep is undeniable, many people are getting less and less of it.
If you are thinking to yourself, “I only need five to seven hours of sleep,” try getting eight hours for a couple of weeks. Most people will find tremendous value in the extra sleep, have more energy, and get more from their day.
You probably will not go back to skimping on your sleep.

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