A study conducted over four months with 67 participants has demonstrated improvements in deep sleep using the Soltec System, which uses a non-invasive magnetic generator placed under the bed or near the footboard.

The accompanying wrist wearable, monitoring sleep stages in real time, instructs the generator to emit personalized frequencies automatically determined during the initial nights of use, thereby enhancing sleep induction and deep sleep. Users simply wear the sleep tracker and press start. 

Results from the subjects who used the Soltec System for an average of 116 nights revealed significant improvements in sleep time, delta sleep, and non-REM sleep quality, according to a release from Soltec Health, the manufacturer of the system.

According to the company, the study showed: 

  • Highly significant statistical results were achieved in non-REM quality, with 73% reporting positive responses.
  • 69% of subjects improved delta sleep and sleep time.
  • Subjects with initial delta levels averaging 55 or fewer minutes demonstrated a 15% improvement.
  • Those with normal delta sleep time only improved by 1.5%.

“In summary, the Soltec System, employing specific low-frequency magnetic waves synchronized with the user’s sleep stage, was proven effective in enhancing delta sleep and increasing sleep time,” according to a release from the company. “Non-REM quality emerged as an early sensitive indicator of improved sleep quality, which occurred as light sleep transitioned to more delta sleep.”

The Soltec System is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease and should not be used as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

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