sleep apnea exercises


Sep, 2017

5 Sleep Apnea Exercises to Ensure Better Quality Sleep

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Sleep apnea is a serious sleep problem that is characterized by the interruption of a person's breathing during sleep and affects over 18 million Americans. Those with untreated sleep apnea can experience hundreds of breathing pauses or interruptions when sleeping. If you have this condition, there are several sleep apnea exercises that you can do at home to improve your sleep. Most of these exercises involve using your throat and…

sleep quality


Jul, 2017

How Your Sleep Quality Is Affecting Your Health

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Everyone knows that skimping on sleep isn't great for your health. Not many people, though, ever stop to question their sleep quality. The quality of your sleep is just as important as the quantity of sleep you get. Low-quality sleep can negatively affect your health in the same ways that sleep deficiency can. The negative side effects of poor sleep are both mental and physical, and everyone should be aware…

stop snoring


May, 2017

5 Natural Remedies to Help Stop Snoring Tonight

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Has your partner told you that your snoring is keeping them up at night? Research shows an average 2 out of 5 women say their husbands' snoring has forced them to sleep in another room. That's not good for a relationship! Snoring disrupts the sleep of your partner and you. Snoring problems often lead to sleepless nights and exhaustion the following day. Read about these 5 natural remedies that will…

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Oct, 2016

Tired of Snoring? Top Tips to Stop Snoring

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Snoring is a sleep disorder in which a hoarse sound comes out of the mouth due to obstruction in the airway. Snoring is so common that as many as half of adults sometimes snore.   When you fall asleep, the muscles in your tongue, throat, and at the roof of your mouth all relax. This causes throat tissues to sag and obstruct your breathing. They vibrate or flutter as you…

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Jul, 2016

What you Need to Know About the AIRvance or Siesta Procedures

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If you suffer from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), you’ve most likely tried many sleep apnea treatments, such as using a CPAP machine, in order to improve your symptoms and overall health. Often, however, patients can’t tolerate this.   A significant issue contributing to OSA can be the repetitive collapsing of the tongue, which falls back against the back of the throat. This can result your upper airway passage becoming obstructed, which…


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