Despite trying all sorts of treatments, you still have sleep apnea – and it’s making your health worse by the week.
The fact is, there ARE sleep apnea treatments that don’t involve putting equipment on your face, going under the knife, or other drastic measures.
These treatments are proven to cure (or significantly reduce) sleep apnea – but many doctors don’t recommend them
Simply put, many doctors don’t know about these treatments. They aren’t trained in medical school on the range of sleep apnea treatments available today. So they prescribe CPAP as a “knee-jerk” solution.
Now, don’t get me wrong – CPAP can be a highly effective treatment for sleep apnea. But there are so many drawbacks to CPAP that it’s just not worth it for many people.
And that’s not to mention the biggest drawback of CPAP: you’re sleeping with a mask, tube, and other equipment attached to your body!
How natural is that? Not very, in my opinion – and the opinion of thousands of people who subscribe to my website, www.ApneaTreatmentGuide.com
But here’s the good news: there ARE sleep apnea treatments that are completely natural; that don’t require expensive and uncomfortable equipment; that can be done in your own home; and that are proven by scientific studies to cure sleep apnea.
I have been planning to write to you for several weeks. I was diagnosed with severe sleep apnea last December, and endured six weeks of CPAP treatment that provided no relief. Then I purchased your piece about alternative treatments. I can now say that I have been cured. Thank you! Thank you! thank you! I no longer have to endure the dreaded CPAP mask, and can now sleep as a normal human being.
I have regained my ability to sleep solely by using your recommended breathing exercises. (I was going to try acupuncture next, but fortunately didn’t have to pay for that option.)
Thank you for sending me the initial draft of your ebook/guide. I’ve had a good read and must admit it’s certainly a guide to be proud of.
The writing ‘voice’ is friendly and/ informative without being condescending, the whole guide has a positive thread running through it and no negativity which is good. Love the conclusion and especially like the point of telling people they’re not alone with their OSA, very important.
There are helpful references throughout and the case studies are a great human touch addition……by the way I recognise these people so I’m guessing I’ve seen them somewhere along the way!
Really like the images and illustrations…..laughed at the woman with her mouth taped shut, adds humour but doesn’t undermine the serious issue of OSA. Personally I really like it and actually wouldn’t alter… Read more… 63 views