Relieve Your Insomnia and Snoring
Tired of being tired? Can't fall asleep? Is snoring hurting your health or relationships?
Are you part of the growing epidemic of poor sleep? Do you find your mind racing all night long, wake up tired or need a nap during the day?
Has your snoring impacted your health or your relationship? Is your bed partner now sleeping in a different room than you are? Has your snoring developed into sleep apnea? Do you or are you supposed to sleep with one of those awful CPAP machines?
Get a good night's sleep, stop snoring, come off your CPAP by changing your breathing.
Seems hard to believe but I see it all the time, be it insomnia, sleep apnea, snoring or just poor sleep quality. Simply by changing the way you breathe, most see a dramatic improvement in their sleep in just a few weeks.
When you change your breathing, snoring usually stops in a week or two. I have a breathing exercise that will help most insomniacs fall asleep in under five minutes, without drugs or supplements. It's not unusual for those with sleep apnea to safely come off their CPAP machine in as little as five or six weeks. Of course, these are averages and you may see different results.
To learn more about how breathing can improve your sleep, just ask for your free sleep problem white paper in the next column over. Or better yet, come in for a breathing evaluation and let's confirm that your sleep issues are related to your breathing.
It's Time You Had A
Good Night's Sleep
Get your free Sleep Issues white paper. Sign up today for a Breathing Evaluation
The best way to understand how breath retraining can help your insomnia, snoring, sleep apnea, or poor quality sleep is to have your breathing evaluated by me.
You'll receive a 4 page report showing how your breathing compares to medical and observational norms. You'll also receive an action plan to change your breathing and relieve your sleep problems or get off you CPAP.
Click on the button below to select a date and time for your breathing evaluation. It takes about 75 minutes and costs $75.