Snoring and Sleep Apnea
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“This book is an invaluable resource. Its easy-to-follow program shows us how to breathe the way nature intended – silently, gently and rhythmically.” Dr Ross G T Walker, FRACP. Consultant Cardiologist. “This book gives a full description of the technique for getting your breathing right as well as wonderful case studies of people who have been relieved from the debilitating effects of poor sleep, snoring and sleep apnoea. My patients have found it extremely helpful and I’m so pleased to have this resource to recommend to them.” Dr Kim Glass, MB ChB.
Snoring and sleep apnea can mean disturbed nights, irritability, poor concentration, drowsiness, impaired work performance and relationship issues and can lead to high blood pressure, heart disease and strokes. Many have gone to drastic lengths to fix these conditions – going to expensive clinics, buying elaborate equipment, and undergoing surgery – when in fact the solution could be quite simple. Change the way you breathe and say goodbye to snoring and sleep apnea.
After 22 years of clinical experience in breathing retraining, physiotherapist Tess Graham has successfully treated thousands of sufferers. In this practical guide she reveals the nine habits that can help you to overcome the dysfunctional breathing linked to sleep apnea and snoring and get you back to gentle, silent, rhythmic breathing. Her five-day program is quick, do-able and highly effective.