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Hydrogen Inhalation for Improved Sleep

Hydrogen: A Novel Option in Human Disease Treatment

Being exposed to chronic stress at workplace, our sympathetic nerves become overly activated, resulting in not being able to fall asleep at night. Even after falling asleep with much effort, shallow sleep is repeated, which is insufficient for the brain to recover from the stress that it received throughout the day. Once this pattern is repeated, it becomes difficult to escape from chronic fatigue, and the immune system is lowered.

Not only workers, but students/teens are also in an environment where good quality of sleep is hard to achieve, due to late night studying, parents returning home late, smartphone games, etc.

Lack of sleep during growth period causes impaired concentration and cognitive skills and causes obesity. Moreover, it also impairs the frontal lobe where it controls emotions.

Hydrogen inhalation has an effect of creating a balance between sympathetic nerves and parasympathetic nerves, hence calming down the brain. If parasympathetic nerve is activated, NON REM sleep is achieved, which leads to good quality of sleep that recovers mind and body’s fatigue. Deep sleep stimulates release of hormones and enhances the immune system. Performing hydrogen inhalation therapy during sleep is a great way to get into deep sleep.

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