BELLABEE - DELTA brainwave patterns - GROWTH HORMONE
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Besides the earlier mentioned possibilities, Bellabee aims to achieve a boost of growth hormone levels (RGH).
It can be achieved, by boosting dopamine and melatonin levels on one side and on the other side helping an individual to get more sleep in Delta cycles.
If we can influence brainwave patterns, would there really be no possibility to copy the environment where RGH can be created?
In a controlled dose.
RGH is created only in Delta brain patterns. Babies sleep most of the day in Delta. As we age, our sleeping patterns change and Delta sleeps patterns decreases. Research indicates that if we can increase Delta we should produce more RGH, thus supporting the reversing of cell degeneration and the aging process.
Studies have shown that Brain Wave Entrainment can release (HGH) Human Growth Hormone. Aerospace engineer Michael Hercules used delta brainwave entrainment of 1.05 Hz to stimulate HGH, and measured significant increases in HGH, as well as increased Testosterone and Serotonin levels. Dr. Norman Shealy noted a release of HGH in response with a 7.8 Hz photic stimulus.
Delta is the brain wave frequency of deep sleep and also of deep healing. In Delta, our brains release HGH.
Brain wave entrainment using binaural beat sound also promotes brain waves by balancing the right and left hemispheres of the brain. Dr. Robert Cosgrove, M.D., a biomedical engineer, stated that brain wave balancing is "an excellent neuropathway exercise that promotes optimal brain performance." Dr. Cosgrove believes that brain wave balancing "could delay the deterioration of the brain due to aging for decades."
A study by ex-President of the American Board of Anti-Aging Medicine, Dr. Vincent Giampapa, showed that Alpha, Theta and Delta brainwaves increase the production of Human Growth Hormone.
These slower brainwaves also increase the production of melatonin and DHEA: DHEA by as much as 90% and melatonin by as much as 300%.
The use of brain wave entrainment to produce Human Growth Hormone has many benefits not found in HGH dietary supplements, including an improved ability to learn, stress relief, and increased awareness.
Normal Changes in the Growth Hormone Axis with Aging
The rate of GH secretion from the anterior pituitary is highest around puberty, and declines progressively thereafter. This age-related decline in GH secretion involves a number of changes in the GH axis, including decreased serum levels of insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1) and decreased secretion of growth hormone-releasing hormone from the hypothalamus. The cause of the normal age-related decrease in GH secretion is not well understood, but is thought to result, in part, from increased secretion of somatostatin, the GH-inhibiting hormone.
Dopamine Is Signaled by Mid-frequency Oscillations and Boosts Output Layers Visual Information in Visual Cortex.
Zaldivar D1, Goense J2, Lowe SC3, Logothetis NK4, Panzeri S5.
Dopamine, a neurotransmitter is the key factor in preserving a range of cognitive functions and promoting longevity. By age 45, the brain's levels of dopamine begin to diminish. This not only makes people feel older, but is also involved in accelerated brain aging.
The loss of dopamine with age is thought to be responsible for many neurological symptoms that increase in frequency with age, such as decreased arm swing and increased rigidity. Changes in dopamine levels may also cause age-related changes in cognitive flexibility.
Neural oscillations are ubiquitously observed in cortical activity, and are widely believed to be crucial for mediating transmission of information across the cortex. Yet, the neural phenomena contributing to each oscillation band, and their effect on information coding and transmission, are largely unknown. Here, we investigated whether individual frequency bands specifically reflect changes in the concentrations of dopamine, an important neuromodulator and how dopamine affects oscillatory information processing. We recorded the local field potential (LFP) at different depths of primary visual cortex (V1) in anesthetized monkeys (Macaca mulatta) during spontaneous activity and during visual stimulation with Hollywood movie clips while pharmacologically mimicking dopaminergic neuromodulation by systemic injection of L-DOPA (a metabolic precursor of dopamine). We found that dopaminergic neuromodulation had marked effects on both spontaneous and movie-evoked neural activity. During spontaneous activity, dopaminergic neuromodulation increased the power of the LFP specifically in the [19-38 Hz] band, suggesting that the power of endogenous visual cortex oscillations in this band can be used as a robust marker of dopaminergic neuromodulation. Moreover, dopamine increased visual information encoding over all frequencies during movie stimulation. The information increase due to dopamine was prominent in the supragranular layers of cortex that project to higher cortical areas and in the gamma [50-100 Hz] band that has been previously implicated in mediating feedforward information transfer. These results thus individuate new neural mechanisms by which dopamine may promote the readout of relevant sensory information by strengthening the transmission of information from primary to higher areas.
OUR ELECTRIC BRAIN
First, our brains are electric.
Second, certain brain wave frequencies are linked with:
The purpose of today's email is to remind you only of all published researches, findings, and conclusions that were made on the topic of RGH acceleration.
Now it's up to you to test it yourself.
Bellabee is a tool you can safely use.
Bellabee affects more than one level in the body with the same signal. Not only does it directly affect brain waves, but the effect is also at the cellular levels (with electromagnetic impulses, we increase and slow down the charge in the tension of the cell membranes). We influence the cerebellum directly, which is giving signals in three directions: into the brain, the entire neuro system in the body and directly the heart.
WHY IS BOOSTING DELTA SO IMPORTANT IN "ANTI AGEING EFFORTS"
Brain gathers neuron waste during the day and our body has ability to clean waste/flush it in deep Delta sleep only.
Also the key state where our brains release the most growth hormone, "Delta" is a key brainwave frequency found during both meditation and the deepest stage of sleep.
Since the dawn of time man has sought out the elusive "fountain of youth." While most people today no longer believe in miraculous "stay young forever" potions like our ancestors once did, growth hormone (GH) is making a very strong case as the key to turning back the hands of time.
GH stimulates growth during childhood and sustains our tissues and organs today. Starting in your 40s, your pituitary gland, the pea-sized structure at the base of your brain where growth hormone is produced, gradually decreases the amount of GH it creates. The body’s diminishing supply of growth hormone causes the frailty that comes with aging—weaker bones and muscles, increased body fat, poor heart contractions, bad moods, lack of motivation and fatigue.