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How to improve Sleep Apnea.

Snoring and sleep apnea can ruin a good night’s sleep. And poor sleep, night after night, makes it difficult to function during the day.

But do you recognize the signs of sleep-disordered breathing?

  • Do you feel tired most days?

  • Do you frequently lie awake at night, or wake up with a racing mind after only a few hours’ sleep?

  • Do you wake most mornings with a dry mouth and smelly breath?

  • Do you get up many times during the night, needing to pee?

  • Do you constantly feel stressed during the day, or find it hard to wind down at night?

  • Are you over the age of 40?

  • Does your partner complain about your snoring?

If you answered “yes” to more than one of these questions, it’s likely the way you breathe, day and night, is contributing to poor quality sleep.

Try our online Learn to Breath Course for snoring, insomnia and obstructive sleep apnea. Learn simple breathing exercises to help you achieve the deep sleep your body needs.

"Written by Oxygen Advantage"

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