Tag: Pineal gland

ADS syndrome (attention deficit syndrome)

Melatonin is a hormone produced in the pineal gland – a part of the diencephalon – from serotonin. The main release of melatonin takes place at night during sleep. It is now known in medicine that electrosmog at the sleeping place can sensitively reduce the release of melatonin. Prof. Walz, Uni Bern) Sufficient production of…
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Sleep disorders and headaches

The pineal gland is located in the center of the brain and produces the important neurohormone melatonin, which controls the sleep and wake rhythm for humans. The pineal gland is very sensitive to electrosmog and reduces the production of melatonin. As a result, sleep disturbances may occur. Sleeping through the night becomes more difficult and…
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