Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is becoming increasingly common debilitating illness. Complex in its nature, it can affect multiple body systems. The Third International Clinical and Scientific Meeting in Sydney, Australia revealed that most people diagnosed with CFS have sleep disorders. They are found to experience alpha wave intrusion into delta wave sleep, which prevents the person getting delta wave sleep, the deepest, and most restorative, stage of sleep.
If delta sleep is disrupted it can suppress growth hormone and result in CFS and Fibromyalgia symptoms. It is considered likely that some symptoms of CFS and Fibromyalgia can be reversed if delta sleep interruption is stopped.
This program encourages users to stay in delta sleep as long as they can to allow them to get restorative sleep, helping to address the symptoms the lack of sleep may bring.