Benefits of Brainwave Entrainment In The Delta Frequency

Specific brainwave entrainment recordings in the delta brainwave frequency can help you achieve a deep, restorative sleep experience, while requiring less effort on your part to achieve this slow wave state.

Delta waves are associated with the unconscious and deep, slow brain activity found in deep sleep.

These waves are usually experienced by newborn infants, as well as in healthy adults in deep rejuvenating sleep or in very deep states of meditation.

Anti-aging hormones like the human growth hormone (HGH), melatonin, and serotonin replenish the body’s energy system, rejuvenating your mind, body and spirit while in this brainwave state.

Benefits of Delta Brainwaves

· Deep dreamless sleep, but you may be aware (after using brainwave entrainment repeatedly) during a meditative state, like that of a yogi, that you exist but without a body or a name.

· Trance state. There has been suggestion that this is the brainwave that connects you completely to the collective unconscious or God. We are predominantly in this state when we are in the womb and during the last stages of our dying.

· Anti-aging; reduces cortisol, a stress hormone that, when over-produced, instructs the body to destroy itself.

· Increases levels of DHEA (anti-aging) and melatonin (decreases aging process).

· Delta wave acts as a form of radar seeking out information to understand on the deepest level of the unconscious, things that you cannot understand through your thought processes.

· Provides intuition.

· Empathetic attunement and insight.

· Conducive to miracle type healing.

· Access to divine knowledge.

· Inner being and personal growth.

· Trauma recovery.

· Samadhi; “One with the Universe”.

· Near death experience.

· Bliss.

· Profound relaxation.

· Restorative sleep.

· Feelings of tranquility and peace, if you can stay aware, as in a deep meditation.

· Earth resonance; connection to the earth.

· Enhancement of receptivity.

· Resolves depression and anxiety.

· Balances satiation. Stops the craving for carbohydrates and salt.

· Whole-being regeneration.

· DNA stimulation.

· Pain relief.

· Production of endogenous opiates; natural morphine.

· Sedative effect on bleeding, bruises, insomnia, and sinusitis.

· Less severe symptoms with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

· Entrainment between hypothalamus, pituitary and pineal glands.

· Benefits dyslexia and Alzheimer symptoms.

· Helps hair grow and returns it to its natural color.

· Stimulation of pituitary gland to release HGH to develop muscle, recovery from injuries, and produce rejuvenation effects.

· Feeling of well-being.

· Helps with relationships; harmony and balance.

· Mood elevator.

· Boosts the immune system.

Many health problems are connected with not getting enough delta waves in our day-to-day living. Without enough sleep in a slow wave frequency, we age faster and become ill more often.

By listening to a brainwave entrainment recording specific to the delta wave, you can experience the benefits associated with this life-giving frequency. Delta wave will help you achieve deep relaxation and an improvement in your over-all life and health.

Green Tea Extract – The Health Benefits

Tea is made from the dried leaves of a shrub called Camellia sinensis. Historically, India, China, Japan, and Thailand have been drinking its brew for thousands of years. Because ancient sages realized the health benefits of green tea, it became part of their rituals and ceremonies. Tea drinking is inculcated in the culture of most Asian countries. India and China were the first cultivators of tea and still are today, the largest producers of tea.

Chemical Composition

It is made from unfermented leaves and reportedly contains the highest concentration of powerful antioxidants called polyphenols, the most important of which are flavonoids (catechin, epicatechin, epicatechin gallate, epigallocatechin gallate, and proanthocyanidins). Out of these flavonoids, Epigallocatechin gallate is the most significant active compound.Dried leaves generally contain from 8-12% total polyphenols, caffeine (3.5%), theanine (~4%), lignin (6.5%), organic acids (1.5%), protein (15%), and chlorophyll (0.5%). It retains much of its active bioflavonoids, B-vitamins and ascorbic acid because of the way it is processed. It is processed by steam whereas Black Tea is processed by fermentation. Because it is fermented Black Tea has lost much of its antioxidant properties. The essential oil contains more than 300 components including aldehydes, phenylethyl alcohols, phenols, hexenal, linalool, dihydroactinidiolide and p-vinylphenol.

Traditional Uses

Ancient Chinese and Indian medicine record its use as a stimulant, diuretic (to flush out excess fluids from the body), as an astringent (to control bleeding and help heal wounds), and to improve heart health. It was traditionally used for the treatment of flatulence (gas), for regulating blood glucose levels, promoting digestion, and improving mental alertness.

Health Benefits

Extensive medical resesarch on its benefits is showing positive results. Studies indicate:

  1. Helps protect against a range of cancers. According to the U.S. National Cancer Institute, polyphenols containing catechins present may play an important role in the prevention of cancer. Emerging studies also suggest that polyphenols inactivate oxidants, reduce the number and size of tumors, and inhibit the growth of cancer cells. (New Scientist, 20 March 2004). Studies in particular have been conducted on cancers of the bladder, breast, ovaries, esophagus, lungs, pancreas, prostate, skin, and stomach.
  2. Helps to prevent Atherosclerosis. Antioxidants are believed to suppress the oxidation of LDL or bad cholesterol, and thereby prevent the formation of a fatty buildup in the arteries. They are also believed to reduce the risk of blood clot formation and improve blood flow by helping the blood vessels to relax.
  3. Helps maintain healthy cholesterol levels. Research indicates that green tea lowers total cholesterol and raises HDL, the good cholesterol in both animals and people. Polyphenols do this by blocking the absorption of cholesterol in the gut and helping to quickly eliminate it through excretion.
  4. Helps control Diabetes. It has been used traditionally to control blood sugar in the body. Studies indicate that it may help regulate glucose in the body.
  5. Helps protect against Liver disease. It is believed to offer a protective affect on the liver, protecting if from liver damage due to toxic substances, such as alcohol.
  6. Weight loss. Studies suggest that extracts may boost metabolism and help burn fat. Some researchers speculate polyphenols, specifically catechins, are responsible for the fat-burning effect.
  7. Relaxation. Due to the presence of the amino acid, L-theanine, drinking a hot cup helps produce a relaxed feeling, increasing alertness of mind.
  8. Helps to boost the immune system. The Brigham and Women’s Hospital research suggests that theanine present enhances the capacity of Gamma Delta T cells in their fight against disease and helps the body to fight infections.
  9. Helps to make the digestive and respiratory system strong because it is rich in bioflavonoids.
  10. It is anti-bacterial and helps prevent dental cavities.

Two to three cups per day (for a total of 240 to 320 mg polyphenols) is recommended. It is best to get the antioxidants from its natural form. But if you don’t like the flavor, or don’t have the time, and would like to make sure your body is benefiting from antioxidants you may want to try Green Tea Extracts or Green Tea Drops. Green Tea Plus is a heavily concentrated form of it. It has an antioxidant value of 7800 units. It has added trace minerals to aid in regular body functions. It can be added to any beverage, even water.

Florida Health Insurance Group Comments On Universal Healthcare

A recent health insurance group gives analysis on the the various options for Universal Healthcare. Is this idea out of the question? Can we as Patriotic Americans find a way to insure our free country. FreeHealth, a group supporting universal health coverage in Florida, said last year more than 340,000 Florida residents lost their high-end or tech jobs, and the health care coverage that went along with it. Delta insurance was their only option, but at $700 per month — some picked cheaper policies — most found new individual health coverage out of reach. According to the group, cheap insurance rates can be found now with the help of a free online insurance consultant.

The Wall Street Journal published a report on health care in America and they found that the average family of four paid $12,000 per year in premiums, and deductibles. Florida’s governor was not available for comment but his office in the past has said “the health care crisis is a main concern” of the governor’s and he will do everything he can to push for affordable coverage for all Floridians.

Millions of Florida residents are one illness away from financial ruin
FreeHealth, an advocacy group supporting state sponsorship of free health coverage, said, “Florida residents can have total health care coverage” and pay for it with a simple tourism tax, and/or a state sales tax increase to 10 cents. “Millions of Florida residents are one illness away from financial ruin” and we all have the power to change it with a few nickels and dimes,” said group spokesman Gil Malone, “The Florida Legislature would approve a measure like this one” if everyone got behind the plan; and we believe all of us would give up a little spare change to have health coverage.

Malone said its group is sponsoring a state-wide march this fall in every city in Florida as a way of kicking off their ‘FLACare’ campaign. “Supporters of the measure should turn out at our events, and contact their Congressmen” monthly and let them know you support FreeHealth’s plan for health insurance. When asked what residents can do to get better rates now, Malone said, “your best bet is to hire a health insurance consultant.”

Currently the health rates in Florida have forced many to drop their health insurance policies. Premiums now top $10,000 per year, per family; $4500 for individual health insurance policies. Health insurance consultant Morgan Moran said, Most people do not know that “there are cheaper health insurance rates available” if you “have an insurance consultant construct the proper policy for you”. Insurance quotes can vary by hundreds of dollars per month, and consultant services are free to the consumer with some online services.

Insurance consultant Moran said, “the cost of buying Florida health insurance can be a burden” on even the most well off families. There are many health insurance consultants who are willing to work with people who are in the market for a private policy. “You can find affordable coverage if you dig for it,” said Moran.

Moran; a managing partner of Florida Health Insurance Web, said by working with an insurance consultant anybody can become familiar with the options that are available in the state of Florida; “helping consumers to get what they want, at a price that their budget allows.”

For more information contact Moran at
Contact FreeHealth Insurance Group for free information about planned marches and events.

420 Centers Across the US Share Dental Health Funding

Even the most financially comfortable among us occasionally forgets our regularly scheduled check-up with the dentist or tends to delay a visit for needs that at the time appear to be more urgent than our oral health.

But for those scraping by every day for basic necessities, dental care can seem like more of a luxury and a hassle.

Of course, oral health is an essential component or our overall health, and visits to the dentist are important for a variety of reasons. That is why 420 health centers across the country are sharing in funding from the Department of Health and Human Services to improve overall oral health.

Each of these public and private nonprofit health care centers that receive funding from the DHHS serve lower-income populations with fees adjusted based on the patients’ ability to pay. For some families, that may make a difference between getting dental checkups and cleanings, or another year of ignoring problems that could lead to greater health concerns down the road.

Oral care is not just a matter of dental cleaning; it is a chance to be screened for gum disease, early signs of oral cancer, and getting a jump on cavities before they turn into larger problems. It is also a way to avoid losing teeth.

Oral health issues have a heightened risk of occurring during pregnancy, so being aware and on top of these is crucial,” said Bill Kohn, DDS, Delta Dental Plans Association’s vice president of dental science and policy. Oral issues can cause problems in other areas of our bodies as well – that’s why it’s so important to stay healthy and regularly visit our dentists.

In 2015, 57.5 percent of mothers in the United States reported they visited the dentist during their pregnancy, according to a Delta Dental Plans Association survey. The 2016 survey results show that number has now increased to 63 percent.

Two of the top issues appearing specifically during pregnancy:

“Pregnancy gingivitis” (increased bleeding and tenderness of the gums) may affect women during pregnancy due to increased hormones.
Great oral hygiene helps prevent this from occurring. To help prevent a build-up of plaque, brush twice a day with fluoride toothpaste and floss at least daily, paying special attention to cleaning along and just below the gum line.
“Pregnancy tumors” are somewhat rare, red growths of gum tissue that can form on the gums between the teeth as a result of excess plaque, usually during the second trimester of pregnancy.
Although they may bleed when irritated, these are benign and harmless, and usually subside on their own after the baby is born.
Delta Dental Plans Association reminds women that they can receive routine or emergency dental care during pregnancy with a few tips:

Try to avoid routine dental care during the first trimester and later part of the third trimester.

If a dental emergency arises, be sure to let your dentist know that you are pregnant. He or she will know what precautions need to be taken to resolve your dental problem.

If you need cavities filled or other necessary procedures, the second trimester is the best time. Elective procedures like tooth whitening or other cosmetic work should be delayed until after the baby is delivered.

“This is an exciting time during the lives of expectant mothers and we’re reminding them that making a routine trip to the dentist is one step that shouldn’t be skipped,” added Kohn. Doing so blesses the mom and baby alike.