Are you wondering if you suffer from Sleep
Apnea? Do you wonder if the day-time sleepiness and night time
restlessness has a good explanation?
Nothing can take the place of seeing your
doctor to get officially diagnosed for sleep apnea, but there
is a neat trick that will tell you if it's worth the effort to
get a diagnosis.
If you were able to watch your breathing
while you sleep, it would be easy to tell if you have sleep apnea.
You'd notice repeated episodes of ceased breathing. Obviously,
you can't do that. However, when you do start breathing again,
your body does let out a quick little snort.
You can tell if this is happening. Here's
how you find out.
If you consciously request "If I wake up
with a quick snort, I will notice it," your subconscious mind
will pay attention. You'll e able to recognize the snort, even
in a half-asleep state.
Are You Looking For Relief?
I have a confession -- I too suffered from
sleep apnea. However, as a scientist and master herbalist, I knew
that there had to be a solution! I searched everywhere for a formula,
but there was nothing that worked.
I couldn't believe it, so I set out to
develop the formula myself.
Even as a master herbalist, it took a lot
of trial and error to come up with a formula that worked. I was
my own willing test subject, so I was able to keep at it.
After dozens of experiments, I finally
began to understand the problem and I discovered the right combination
of 5 synergistic herbs:
Lobelia and Thyme to support deep, steady
Meadowsweet protects the stomach lining
so that the herbs go unnoticed
The cramp bark and chamomile relax the
sleeper and allow an easier transition into sleep.
This combination actually worked for me! It:
increased respiration for steady breathing
relaxed muscles to encourage restful
ends the constant interruption of sleep
There was of course, the question of "Would
this herbal formula help any of the other 25 million other Americans
who suffer from sleep apnea?" It is a growing problem. About 1
in 10 people suffer from sleep apnea have a kind of sleep apnea
that my formula won't help. I think it's only fair to give you
a full refund in case you are one of the very few whom cannot
be helped by my formula.
By now, you should be able to see that
I am making it as easy and convenient as possible for you to try
Sleep Apnea Relief.
Try it, you'll sleep more soundly, wake
up more rested, and have less daytime sleepiness!
To Your Health,
P.S. Sleep Apnea Relief is a synergistic
blend of 5 herbs that will support good sleep for people with
a tendency toward sleep apnea. An important clue that you might
suffer from sleep apnea is waking up periodically in the night
with a telltale loud snort. If that describes you, it's worth
trying a no-risk 30 day supply of Sleep Apnea.
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I’m Steve Frank.
I have sleep apnea and I control it by
using Sleep Apnea Relief every night. Yup. Every night. If I forget
to take it, I get out of bed and go take it. Because I know that
I’m not going to sleep well without it. I’ve been
taking it for 7 years because it works. I cannot tolerate the
CPAP machine and without the Sleep Apnea Relief I would wake up
every 1 ½ minutes. A person simply can’t sleep like
It was my own sleep apnea that drove me
to develop this product in the first place. I couldn’t use
the CPAP and none of the products that were for sale worked. I
spent years researching the cause of sleep apnea and when I finally
came up with this combination of herbs I was absolutely delighted
with how well it works. I haven’t used a CPAP since then.
I’m so sure that you’re going
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of your first bottle if it doesn’t meet all of your expectations.
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Sleep apnea is one of the most
common sleep disturbance problems in America. It has ruined the
sleep of an estimated 25 million Americans. This condition prevents
the sleeper from entering REM and Delta Sleep. This makes them
anxious, cantankerous, and tired during the day.
There are very serious health consequences
of prolonged sleep deprivation. Also, due to the nature of Sleep
Apnea, blood oxygen levels are lower than normal for prolonged
periods of time. This is damaging to both the brain and the heart.
Presently, this problem can be
addressed in various ways. Initially, weight loss is attempted,
as well as decreased alcohol consumption and smoking. Anyone with
a slight insight on human nature can realize how unsuccessful
this can be. Then surgery is often attempted to reduce obstruction
in the airways. This usually provides some success, but the procedure
is painful and often does not provide relief. The final solution
is to use a CPAP machine. This is a forced air mask that is worn
during sleep to insure proper inhalation.
What has continued to affect the
appropriate treatment of this condition is that none of the above
"solutions" actually addresses the cause of the problem. Being
over-weight does not cause the problem, and neither does smoking,
drinking, or sleeping on ones back. So, what does cause it?
"I couldn't stand sleeping
with my CPAP. With this stuff, I don't need it any more.
Enclosed, please find my check for 4 bottles."
-- Michael B, CA
The Cause of Sleep Apnea
Our bodies have numerous control
systems to regulate and maintain physiological conditions. For
example, your body's core temperature is maintained with a control
system that is always operating. The metabolism is regulated to
smoothly and continuously provide enough heat from digestion and
fat storage to maintain the desired body temperature. If the temperature
gets too high, you begin to sweat. If the temperature gets too
low, you burn more stored fat to release heat energy. This is
an example of a "proportional" control system, meaning a system
that makes continuous corrective actions proportionate to the
"error" in the system. Your respiratory system is a similar system.
As blood oxygen levels drop, your respirations become deeper and
more regular, increasing heart rate.
Another type of system in the body
is the "bi-valent system". This is a system that has two states,
either active or inactive. A good example of this system is the
gag reflex. If a foreign object advances down your throat, your
body convulsively expels it by rapid contraction of the esophagus
and stomach. This is not a response proportional to the amount
of penetration, it is an all or nothing response. You either vomit,
or you don't.
There are multiple control systems
that work actively in your body, as well as protective systems
as well. The two that I need to bring to your attention are directly
relevant to the respiration system. One is proportional and the
other is bi-valent. As previously mentioned, there is a control
system that is responsible for regulating the blood oxygen level.
It must be able to control the diaphragmatic muscles in order
to regulate the depth of respiration. This is where the trouble
When we start to fall asleep, we
move from stage one (drowsiness) into stage 2 sleep, which is
the transition stage before entering REM sleep. REM sleep (rapid
eye movement) is where we dream. Dreaming is critical to a good
night's sleep. When we enter stage two sleep , muscular activity
is inhibited. This is a function that occurs primarily to keep
the dreamer from physically acting out the movements of their
dreams, since the part of the brain that controls muscular movement
cannot tell the difference between you dreaming of walking down
the stairs and the actual action of walking down the stairs. This
muscular inhibition is very important, and is accomplished by
suppressing the movement of signals from the brain along the spine.
Unfortunately, problems develop as we age.
The first problem is that the muscles
of the soft palate become weaker, allowing it to sag.
The second problem is that communication
between the diaphragm and the brain becomes obstructed.
The result is that upon entering
stage two sleep, the muscles holding the soft palate out of the
air-way is reduced, allowing it to sag into the airway. While
this is happening, the same inhibition of muscle movement is reducing
the signals to the diaphragm on an already obstructed channel.
As a result, breathing becomes shallower and shallower because
of insufficient signal strength to the diamphragmic muscles.
This drops blood oxygen levels.
The normal proportional control cannot maintain the desired level
and a safety back-up system comes in. when the blood oxygen level
gets low enough to cause the individual to suffer physiological
damage, a bi-valent system intervenes and causes the body to make
a large and immediate inhalation. This can suck the sagging-soft
palate into the airway.
This causes the subject to awaken
with a loud snort. Respiration becomes somewhat normal again as
the sleeper escapes entry into stage two sleep. However, as they
begin to drift off to sleep again, they once again move into stage
two, the muscle palate sags, the signal to the diaphragm diminishes
and the cycle begins again. The resulting snorts usually awakens
the subject every minute or so.
"I was unable to get a
decent night's sleep all week and then the sample of your
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-- Jason Doppler, CA
As you can see, the problem is
NOT the sagging soft palate. The problem is not the rapid inhalation
that sucks your soft palate into the airway. Additionally, the
problem is not the reduced communication with your brain.
The appropriate solution is not
to cut flesh from your pharynx or to use heavy equipment to force
air into your lungs. The appropriate solution is the accentuate
the ability of the brain to communicate with the diaphragm so
that is will maintain the proper blood oxygen level and keep the
safety systems from causing rapid inhalation.
With the problem accurately characterized,
the solution becomes obvious. Sure, it is beneficial to strength
the muscles of the soft palate, just as it is advantageous to
reduce muscular tension in the neck. Both of these things make
a noticeable improvement, however, the most dramatic impact can
be made by the administration of a few common herbs.
"It has been shown that lobeline
stimulates the respiratory center within the brain stem,
producing stronger and deeper breathing, which helps explain
why lobelia is useful for respiratory complaints."
-- Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine,
Andrew Chevallier, FNIMH
Lobelia, used in small doses, is
a respiratory stimulant. In a larger dose, it has the opposite
effect. This herb, when taken before bed, can actually increase
the level of respiration sufficiently so the blood oxygen level
does not drop to dangerous levels. Since it can have some un-settling
effect on the stomach, it should be used in conjunction with Meadowseet
to eliminate any nausea.
Thyme has traditionally been used
to enhance pleural activity and makes an excellent contribution
to maintaining sufficient respiration. To round out the combination,
Chamomile aids in relaxing and Cramp Bark helps upper trapezius
muscles to relax.
This "bouquet" of herbs relaxes
muscles that restrict nervous flow, increases drowsiness, enhances,
respiration, and protects the stomach lining. It is a wholistic,
natural solution for sleep apnea that is non-habit forming, and
no-preconditioning is required. The first night of an apnea episode
will be mitigated within 30 minutes of taking a capsule.
"I love your
sleep apnea releif capsules! I tried the CPAP machine
and felt worse with it than I did without it. I tried
your herbs and immediately noticed a difference in my
sleep. It was the most wonderful thing ever! I could sleep
all night, my husband said I didn't snore as much, and
I didn't wake up with splitting headaches. Thank you so
much for this product, it has really made a huge difference
for me and I am very grateful. You have a customer for
life! Thank you, and keep up the good work!"
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