The nutrition advice is full of "old skool" dietetics knowledge. We don't understand their dogmas about nutrition and vitamins at all.
The 'chill' pill
In the product of the month section, we would like to introduce this ingenious device. In itself a logical choice because of our article about the importance of sleep to keep our immunity strong.
According to the website https://mendyourmental.com/ this device reduces unrest in the brain, lowers the heart rate, and would solve sleepless nights.
I just want to make a small comment here that your heart rate is high because of eating intolerant foods and your brain is restless as a result. This is also in different ways to solve, but well we go for it.
We gave this chill pill to our test subject, a notorious non-sleeper due to non-congenital brain injury. I mean when we get something tested we do it right :) A lot of people with non-congenital brain injury have huge problems sleeping and a very busy brain. On social media, everyone is screaming enthusiastic about this device. But we were curious if 'the chill pill' would also help people with almost irreversible symptoms.
How does the chill pill work?
Neurotransmitters are our biochemical messenger substances that pass a signal from one nerve cell to another. The neurons have the capacity to fire up your body but also to relax it. For many reasons, relaxation can hardly occur in your body and brain. This is a prerequisite for the hormone melatonin (sleep hormone) to be produced in the correct amount. The Chill Pill can send electronic waves (CES) through your body to your brain that signal tells the brain that it is now time to sleep and relax.
They claim after 20 minutes of having the Chill Pill work in your left hand that your head calms down, your body relaxes, and you automatically fall asleep. They do recommend frequent use of the product for 2-7 days. This to allow your body to get used to the impulse, also you should test out different cycles, frequencies, and grips.
Our test candidate has a busy head, does not produce melatonin and can't relax due to nerve pains
We detail her experiences below:
- On the first night, this thing made me mega-hyper, my head almost exploded. It was exactly like the neuromodulation I had received in Antwerp to try to calm my brain. There it also only got worse, I thought this was going to be nothing at all :)
- The second night I refused to use that thing, it was lying next to me on a pillow, but I found it really terrifying.
- The third night I had a heavy buzzing in my head. When my head is too busy it's like a swarm of bees flying around in my head. When this happens I know I'm not sleeping because of it. I looked at the Chill Pill and thought come on, it can't get any worse than this, so just try it.
- After five minutes of feeling those minimal jolts in my hand, which didn't feel uncomfortable at all, I suddenly felt that I was having trouble thinking and my head actually calmed down. The buzzing stopped, or at least it lessened to the point where it no longer bothered me. I know that somewhere after 20 minutes I put the device on the pillow next to me, but actually, I don't remember anything about that time. I suspect that I was asleep by then! Normally I would only fall asleep after hours and wake up every two hours. I was asleep within 20 minutes and only woke up for the first time after three and a half hours. I slept very deeply and long for my doing, as much as nine hours!!! When I woke up during the night I also fell back asleep in no time.
- The following two days the same thing happened: my head became wonderfully calm, and I fell asleep, only to have an incredibly hyper head again the next day! Strange, isn't it? But I did have three nights of unusually deep and wonderful sleep. Now after two weeks of use I can tell that the device works. Probably much better for people without my disorders, but at least it has brought me many hours of deep sleep on all but a few nights.