Constant yawning, low energy levels and poor concentration throughout the day are signs of inadequate sleep. For adults, seven to nine hours of slumber is ideal but this does not factor in the quality of sleep. If you have problems falling asleep in less than thirty minutes, wake up more than once while asleep, become awake for twenty minutes or less after initially falling asleep and spend less than eighty five percent of the total time in bed asleep then a solution to achieve better quality sleep is needed to address day-to-day fatigue.
PHILIP STEIN - THE NATURAL SOLUTION
Since 2003, Philip Stein sleep bracelet wearers have acknowledged an improvement in their sleep quality but also towards their health and wellbeing. These sleep bracelets provide a 'natural solution' and are worn just before hitting the hay and removed after a good nights' sleep.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How does Philip Stein technology work?
The technology inside every Philip Stein accessory acts like an antenna – finely tuned to pick up and channel the beneficial natural frequencies that surround us, toward our bodies. In doing so, it helps tune us back to a state where we can perform and live at our best.
Is there scientific proof that the technology works?
We are working with research institutes around the world to scientifically demonstrate the ways in which our proprietary Natural Frequency Technology positively affects the human body. Preliminary studies have been very promising. Results from double blind studies at the Neurokinetics Institute in Canada and at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida suggest improved balance, ocular focus and a reduced feeling of lightheadedness when standing up abruptly – all wellbeing indicators.
How was the technology developed?
Natural Frequency Technology was discovered and developed by a group of engineers and scientists exploring the influence natural frequencies have on water. Years of careful tuning and testing later, it is the core of all of our products.
What are natural frequencies?
Natural frequencies are all around us and always have been. They are typically caused by lightning striking the earth, which happens, on average, ten times a second. Because there is a cavity between the earth’s surface and the ionosphere, the frequencies generated are trapped and propagate throughout the world. We believe that all organisms have evolved or grown accustomed to these natural frequencies, and our systems are tuned to operate best with them, rather than with the increasing number of man-made frequencies we experience in the modern world.