Sleep Apnea Keeping You Awake? Here’s Good News About Resting Easy

osaSleep apnea robs millions of people of sleep every night, making their waking hours a painful mess. You’ve gone to the doctor, but despite the prescription drugs and the awkward breathing apparatus, they still haven’t gotten rid of your sleep apnea. There’s only one way to do that, and you can do it all on your own, say the makers of a groundbreaking new program called The Sleep Apnea Exercises Program.

It all starts with the fitful sleep. Maybe some complaints from the spouse. Then you’re at the doctor, and you’re being diagnosed. Next you’re on a drug called CPAP and wearing a scuba mask to bed. You feel like the walls are closing in on you, as if suddenly there’s not enough air in the room. This is all part of the treatment

There has to be some other way to stop waking up all night long. And you’re right—There is.

You just haven’t been offered it.

It’s not that the treatment the doctors offer doesn’t work, it’s just the opposite—it works just as long as you take it. If the medical industry lost you as a repeat customer, they would lose thousands of dollars of business. Imagine if the whole sleep apnea world discovered that there is a way to end sleep apnea and sleep blissfully all night long. The medical industry would lose billions of dollars!

What the doctors offer you is the easiest solution: CPAP. It keeps you sleeping, as long as you keep on purchasing it. But look at the trade-offs that come with CPAP: claustrophobia, annoying dry mouth, painful headaches, sinus infections, and wearing a bedtime breathing mask and oxygen tank.

It’s time to stop just treating the symptoms and start addressing the causes of sleep apnea.

When we talk about sleep apnea what we mean is the type properly called obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Obstructive sleep apnea takes its name from the constant obstruction that is caused by weak muscles in the breathing passage failing to keep the airway open throughout the night. This causes the person to stop breathing, which then wakes them up as their bodies go into panic mode, to avoid suffocation. This process repeats itself hundreds of times a night. This micro-stress taxes your body and keeps you from resting. It has to stop.

What The Sleep Apnea Exercises Program teaches is that not only can you stop from waking up at night, but that you can eliminate your sleep apnea at the very source of the problem by doing one thing: strengthening your mouth muscles to keep your breathing passageways open all night long. They’re called orofacial exercises, and The Sleep Apnea Exercises Program is going to teach them to you.

Stop waking up all night long and start doing the exercise that will let you sleep at night. Start The Sleep Apnea Exercises Program today.