Sleep’N Sync is a revolutionary, non-invasive, patent-pending product that helps children become more receptive and acquire skills needed to live optimistic, successful lives.
With a variety of audiotape programs honing into numerous themes kids face in life today, Sleep’nSync covers bullying, dealing with anger, flexibility, test-taking, reading comprehension andcommunication skills.
This product empowers children with the skills needed to overcome obstacles such as bullying, anger issues, and test-taking that youth encounter.
Sleep’N Sync builds self-confidence, aids with reading comprehension and coping with anxiety and issues such as ADHD. Implementing audios with an engineered background soundtrack with binaural beats, Sleep’n Sync synchronizes the child’s brainwaves, creating greater receptiveness while the child is asleep. Results are evidenced in as little as six weeks. The way Sleep’n Snyc works is by taking advantage of sensory integration.
What is Sensory Integration?
Sensory integration is the ability to organize sensory information for use.
In order to effectively interact and function within our environment, one must take in information from the environment, integrate this information within their nervous system and produce an appropriate response.
The process of taking in information from the environment entails processing information from the senses.
The senses include vision, hearing, and touch, as well as deep senses of the vestibular (gravity receptors) and proprioception (muscle and joint receptor) receptors.
The body takes in information passively from the environment but also actively from the body itself as it moves and interacts with the environment.
The brain must be able to take in sensory input from the environment and the body, and then it must organize this information in the brain, in order to respond appropriately to a particular situation.
When a child has a sensory problem or a sensory integrative problem, the body does not receive or interpret the sensory information from the environment the same way as others.
This can occur within one sensory system or multiple, and results in complex interrelated problems.
When a child has deficits in processing and integrating sensory inputs, deficits in planning and producing behaviors occur and interfere with conceptual learning, motor learning, adaptability, emotional and behavioral regulation, and functional performance and interaction.