Through much research and countless conversations with sleep apnea survivors, I have discovered that there ARE proven cures for sleep apnea.
And I have doented proof of these alternative sleep apnea cures – through conversations with 9 survivors of sleep apnea. Many of these survivors tried CPAP and just couldn’t stand it. Or it simply didn’t help their apnea. So they searched for alternatives, and eventually conquered their apnea.
What you are about to learn is rarely talked about in sleep apnea circles. In fact, many people don’t even know these treatments exist!
Here’s the good news: you can easily benefit from the hard work of these apnea survivors. I’ll tell you exactly how in a few moments. But first, let me tell you how I got involved in the exploding epidemic called sleep apnea.
My introduction to sleep apnea began on the night of August 26th, 2007. My wife and I were asleep in bed and something happened that would change my life forever.
At 2:00am that evening, my wife abruptly sat up, gasping for air. It was as if she was drea about being chased! Suddenly she sat bolt upright in bed. She was choking for air, and completely disoriented. She didn’t know where she was.
That incident was repeated many times in the co months. Every night, her breath stopping and she gasping for air. What we didn’t know at the time was that my wife had the clic symptoms of sleep apnea.
But my wife’s problems didn’t stop at night. During the day, she was chronically fatigued – sometimes falling asleep just by sitting down on the couch. I was so concerned about her constant tiredness that I was scared she was going to crash our car!
We both knew it wasn’t natural to be so tired all of the time. And we also suspected that gagging while asleep pointed to some health problem. But at the time we didn’t even know about sleep apnea. We were soon to find out many surprising facts about this silent killer…
Let me tell you a little about myself. My pion is research – it’s what I do for a living, and it’s also my pion. I love digging into aic and really understanding everything about it – from the ground up.
So when my wife started showing symptoms of a health condition (we didn’t know what), I started digging.
When I typed “gagging while asleep” into Google, a flood of articles on sleep apnea came up. As I explored more, it became apparent that apnea might be the condition my wife had.
Nailing down what health problem my wife had was a mixed blessing. It was nice to know the problem. But we needed to know how to fix it!
Here’s where things got strange. The more I searched, the more I found only one solution prescribed for sleep apnea: CPAP.
Now, last time I checked there was more than one way to skin a cat. I started asking myself, how can one treatment be the “silver bullet” for everyone? Then it became clear – many of the websites that were promoting CPAP so aggressively were owned by CPAP manufacturers or retailers! And that’s not to mention the websites that make money from the CPAP industry…
I started asking around online chat groups to see if anyone knew of “alternative” sleep apnea treatments – in other words,alternatives to CPAP. What I was usually told was this: CPAP might not be comfortable, and it might not work for everyone, but it’s the best we’ve got. But every now and again I’d get an email from someone saying that they had heard of non-CPAP solutions for sleep apnea – but that such talk wasn’t welcome on so-and-so website.
You’re probably reading this letter because you’re in the same situation I was in two years ago.
You’re tired of being tired all the time. Days go by in a blur. You wake up foggy-headed, probably cranky. You survive the day with lots of caffeine.
And yet for all your efforts, your life is still probably how it was for my wife. Chronically fatigued, falling asleep during the day – sometimes in embarring places.
But that’s not from a lack of trying. You’ve asked your doctor what you can do to cure your sleep apnea. His only suggestion is the dreaded CPAP.
In my research, I talked to a lot of people who suffer from sleep apnea. Many are struggling to find a way to cure their sleep apnea and THROW AWAY their CPAP. But they’re not getting much help from their doctors.
Here’s my point: CPAP simply doesn’t work for everyone. Many people have told me that they have been on CPAP for months, with no relief in their AHI (Apnea-Hypopnea Index).
It’s not just that CPAP is ineffective for some people. CPAP users suffer countless problems when using the machine. Here’s just a few of the problems people have with CPAP:
I know what you’re thinking at this point. You’re asking yourself “why is it so important to cure my sleep apnea – I just want to get a better night’s sleep so I don’t feel so groggy during the day. Can’t I just take some pills so I can get a better night’s sleep and get on with my life?”
The fact is, sleep apnea can KILL YOU eventually. And I’m not just talking about the much higher chance that you’ll be in a car crash if you have apnea (although that’s definitely a factor… Read more…