Do you wake up feeling groggy
or fatigued? If so, there’s a high
chance that you have screwed
your biological clock
production of serotonin
State of pineal gland
Both melatonin and serotonin are
produced by a pea-sized gland situated
deep in our brain – the pineal gland,
which is photosensitive and responds
to sunrise and sunset. Calcification of
the pineal gland affects its ability to
produce both serotonin and melatonin
effectively. Regular consumption of
caffeine, alcohol, sugar and smoking,
sodium fluoride found in toothpaste
and processed food as well as radiation
from electronic devices all contribute
to calcification of the pineal gland.
When this happens, melatonin levels go
down. This results in sleep problems as
well as a weaker immune system.
Electromagnetic field (EMF)
of the environment
EMF radiation has the ability to
determine how our cells respond
to their environment. Low levels of
EMF exposure of as low as 50-60
Hz (common range for household
appliance) have shown to hinder
the production of melatonin and
prevent cells from taking in melatonin
produced. When cells are exposed to
EMFs, they react as they would to any
“enemy” threatening them and harden
their outer walls. This in turn holds all
toxins, including free radicals, inside the
cells and prevents nutrients, as well as
melatonin from entering. If the assault
of EMFs is continuous, the cells will
eventually die and make the tissue or
organ susceptible to the take-over of
malignant cancer cells.
Sharpest rise in
• Synchroniser of
regulates our sleepwake
• Acts as antioxidant,
helps to absorb harmful
free radicals and boost
Keep all electrical appliances and wireless
devices away from your bed
Beware that cell phones and WI-FI are not the only
EMF sources you need to be cautious of. Most
electronics will generate EMFs, including the wiring
in your home, electric alarm clocks and lamps. Blue
light from electronic devices also suppresses the
production of melatonin in your pineal gland.
Ensure that the room is dark.
The darker it is, the better you will sleep. Use heavy
curtains/shades to block light from windows, or
use a eye mask to cover your eyes! The Energia
Therapeutic Eye mask is excellent for frequent
travelers to overcome jet lag as it stimulates the
pineal gland to respond to sunrise and sunset in
the country. The constant blood and energy flow
around the eyes is able to naturally relieve dry,
watery, red and tired eyes without using eye drops.
Choose the right pillow!
Choose a therapeutic pillow that can help to
decalcify your pineal gland and respond to
sunrise and sunset. The Energia pillow boosts the
production of serotonin, providing you with energy
and clarity of mind in the day, and melatonin at
night to enhance the quality of sleep. The Energia
pillow also helps to clear blocked meridians, and
the effects are similar to those of accupunture on
the head, neck and shoulder – providing relief for
headaches, migraines, stiff necks and shoulders.
Wearing socks may just be the key!
Warming your feet up with socks causes your blood
vessels to dilate, which can signal to the brain that
it’s time to doze off – the more the blood vessels in
the feet and hands dilate, the faster you fall asleep.
Wearing energy socks can improve your blood
circulation and prevent leg cramps and improve
numbness, tiredness and swollen ankles.
Spending long days in an office away
from natural light, for example, can
impact your daytime wakefulness and
make your brain sleepy. Far Infrared
Rays (FIR) are the invisible rays of
natural sunlight that have the longest
wavelength. They activate the pineal
gland and stimulate production of both
serotonin and melatonin. Furthermore,
FIRs decalcify the pineal gland, allowing
it to respond to both sunrise and
sunset.. 20 minutes of sunshine daily
would produce a good measure ofmelatonin for a good night’s sleep.