Overcoming Snoring and Sleep Apnea.
Other than the glowing numerals on the alarm clock registering 2:00 a.m., it’s pitch black. You’ve spent the last three hours trying to get some sleep. Every bone and muscle in your body is crying out for rest!
But, no matter how hard you try, you just can’t get to sleep. You would almost swear there’s a freight train bearing down on you, but that rumbling roar isn’t a train.
The reverberating cacophony is coming from your partner. That sweet, gentle person you swore to love, honor and cherish. Hmmm… .if memory serves you correctly there was no mention of snoring!
If this sounds like you or someone you love, it’s really no laughing matter, is it?
Often you have no idea that you have this disorder until your partner hears your loud snoring or some of the other symptoms which can actually be quite frightening. You may experience:
- Choking noises
- Gasping for breath
- Loud pauses in breathing
- Morning headaches
- Excessive sleepiness during daytime hours
- Lack of concentration
- Excessive nighttime perspiration
- Morning heartburn
- Increase in blood pressure
- Lack of mental acuity
Chapter 5 discusses these and more debilitating symptoms.
You may know that the medical community considers sleep apnea as an “incurable” disease. As a result of his biomedical science experience and other brain function studies, our author has found that many mental problems are related to sleep fragmentation.
This awareness led to his in-depth analysis of how to help people get a restful night’s sleep. The result is what you learn in “How To Overcome Snoring and Sleep Apnea.”
As a neuroscientist, Hoe explains some of the breakthrough treatments that allow anyone to “train their brain” to become more effective and highly directed.
Did you know that there are different types of sleep apnea? Not only does he explain what these are but you will also discover:
- Who gets sleep apnea?
- What happens when you snore?
- How is it diagnosed?
- And, of course, his breakthrough treatments
- What are the effects?
Snoring in your sleep is a common occurrence for most people and most people who snore do not have a serious medical condition. Usually, the snoring will only bother the partner.
While most snoring is benign, very severe snoring can lead to serious sleeping disorders. The good news is that now you have a tool to help you understand the symptoms and possible treatments.
Sleep deprivation can lead to serious physical and mental conditions. Sleep is absolutely necessary to your survival.
If you suspect that you or a loved one is suffering from severe snoring you owe it to yourself and him/her to grab a copy of this valuable tool today!
TABLE OF CONTENTS FROM BOOK.
1. SNORING, SLEEP AND SLEEP APNEA- AN OVERVIEW
2. WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU SNORE?
3. TYPES OF SLEEP APNEA?
- CENTRAL SLEEP APNEA (CSA)
- OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA
- MIXED SLEEP APNEA
3. WHO GETS SLEEP APNEA?
4. WHAT CAUSES SLEEP APNEA?
5. WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF SLEEP APNEA?
6. WHAT ARE THE EFFECTS OF SLEEP APNEA?
7. HOW IS SLEEP APNEA DIAGNOSED?
- Sleep Strip
- Sleep Recording Test
- Multiple Sleep Latency Test (MSLT)
- Other Tests
6. HOW IS SLEEP APNEA TREATED?
- Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP)
- Oral Positive Airway Pressure (OPAP)
- Laser-Assisted Uvulopalatoplasty (LAUP)
- Radiofrequency Ablation
- Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty (UPPP)
- Mandibular Myotomy
- Genioglossus and Hyoid Advancement
- Other Surgeries:
- Diathermy Palatoplasty
22. WILL SNORING REMEDIES WORK FOR YOU?
24. SNORE BALLS AND OTHER SIMPLE SOLUTIONS
THE LIFESTYLE MODIFICATION METHOD
- Alcohol, Drugs, and Sleeping Pills
- Allergies and Infections
NUTRITION AND EXERCISE
- A Few Exercise and Weight-loss Tips