Why Use Taummhoms?
Using Taummhoms may assist you in alleviating stress, anxiety, depression and more.
Sleeping is an integral part of our life, and as research shows, it is incredibly complex. The brain generates two distinct types of sleep—slow-wave sleep (SWS), known as deep sleep, and rapid eye movement (REM), also called dreaming sleep. Most of the sleeping we do is of the SWS variety, characterized by large, slow brain waves, relaxed muscles and slow, deep breathing, which may help the brain and body to recuperate after a long day.
Our goal is to help you re-focus on what the most important parts of your life are. Several problems are manifested by lack of proper sleep.
- Memory & Learning – Proper sleep helps the brain process new information to memory through the process of memory consolidation. Studies show that people that had slept after learning a task scored higher in tests later.
- Weight & Metabolism – Weight gain can be caused by chronic sleep deprivation thus affecting how the human body stores and processes carbohydrates affecting hormone levels affecting your appetite.
- Mood – Loss of sleep may create impatience, irritability, lack of concentration and mood swings. Lack of sleep also leaves you too tired to do the things that you enjoy.
- Curb Inflammation – Premature aging, stroke, heart disease, diabetes, arthritis are linked to inflammation. Studies show that people that sleep 6 hours or less per night have higher blood levels and inflammatory proteins that those that sleep in excess of 6 hours.
- Stimulate Creativity – Your brain reorganizes and restructures the daily events making them stronger which may result in enhanced creativity. Harvard research shows that people seem to strengthen the emotional components of a memory during sleep, which may assist in the creative process.
- Athletes – The simplest way to improve performance is sleep. Stanford University studies show that college football players that tried to sleep at least 10 hours a night for seven to eight weeks improved their average sprint time and had less daytime fatigue along with more stamina. Results of the study also reflect findings seen in tennis players and swimmers.
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Circadian rhythm is a physical, mental and behavioral changes that follow a 24 hour cycle. A light related circadian rhythm for example is sleeping at night and being awake during the day. Think of it as natures innate timing device that provides your behavioral patterns.
The environment and surroundings affect your bodies relationship to the nature factors that produce circadian rhythm. The main influencer is light that can turn on or off genes that control biological clocks.
Changing the light–dark cycles can speed up, slowdown or reset biological clocks along with circadian rhythm.