Are you snoring yourself to death?

Did you know that snoring can indicate
serious upper airway disorders?

Do you suffer from sleep apnea?

Would you like to STOP SNORING... NOW?



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This is a way to stop snoring and eliminate this problem forever... now!

Imagine having the rest you need every night now...  Imagine your partner can sleep with you without waking up... What would it feel like when you wake up in the morning and you feel completely rested and refreshed?  How will your partner react to you?  What will they say to you?  Wouldn't it feel great to see how happy they are?

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that's right, you will begin to instantly stop snoring because your mind will literally be re-programmed to change the way you breathe at night and your body will change positions while your sleep and the ACTUAL CAUSES of snoring will be CORRECTED while you sleep so you will stop snoring.

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So, start feeling confident, refreshed and healthy again by taking the first step now!  All you have to do is listen to this CD with stereo headphones once a day, that's it.

It's that easy, it's that simple to stop snoring now...

Here are some symptoms you may have from snoring:

• Limb jerking and kicking during sleep
• Depression, reduction in motivation
• ADHD symptoms (hyperactivity)
• Morning headaches, bloodshot eyes
• Multiple bathroom trips during sleep time
• Heartburn (Acid Reflux)
• Waking up very tired and thirsty
• Irritability
• Memory problems
• Poor ability to concentrate
• Poor motor skills
• Daytime fatigue
• Weight gain and love handles in men 35+
• Excessive sleepiness during waking hours

Although considered harmless, snoring can actually indicate a serious medical condition called sleep apnea*. Marked by irregular breathing, sleep apnea often causes sufferers to stop breathing completely for up to several seconds and has even been linked to stroke and heart disease in some patients.

"When persons with sleep apnea fall asleep, their tongue falls back into their throat, blocking their airway," Dr. Arthur Friedlander, an oral surgeon who worked on the study conducted at University of California's School of Dentistry, said in a statement.

"As they struggle for breath, their blood pressure soars...This rise in blood pressure damages the inner walls of the carotid arteries lining the sides of the neck," he added. "Cholesterol and calcium stick to the injury sites and amass into calcified plaques, which block blood flow to the brain. The result is often a massive stroke."

According to Dr. Friedlander, these deposits of calcium deposits are merely the tip of the iceberg.

"The X-ray can't show the true size of the plaque, which is also made up of fat, platelets, and other soft tissue." When a person is suffering from sleep apnea, air cannot flow in or out of the nose or mouth. Oxygen is not taken in so carbon dioxide builds to dangerous levels in the blood.

"It's like pressing a pillow over someone's face," Friedlander said.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -- Dental surgeons discover why snoring can kill: It can actually cause damage to the arteries!

Are kids snoring their way to ADHD?
CNN Headline News March 4, 2002

Researchers conclude sleepiness and apnea may be exhibited as symptoms of ADHD.

CHICAGO, Illinois (AP) -- New research suggests children who snore face nearly double the risk of being inattentive and hyperactive, providing fresh evidence of an intriguing link between sleep problems and attention deficit disorders.

24.7 million Americans have some degree of Sleep Apnea
74 million Americans snore every night (a symptom of Sleep Apnea)
38% of Americans who snore or have a pause in their breathing while sleeping suffer with daytime fatigue and are more likely to have negative mood scores

Poll results show that
while many Americans enjoy the benefits of sufficient sleep, as many as 47 million adults may be putting themselves at risk for injury, health and behavior problems because they aren't meeting their minimum sleep need in order to be fully alert the next day. 

People in this
army of the walking tired are more likely to sit and seethe in traffic jams, quarrel with other people, or overeat, according to the findings.

 Source: 2002 Poll Results from The National Sleep Foundation

Over the long term, serious sleep apnea conditions have been linked to a greater risk of hypertension and cardiovascular diseases. However, sleep apnea was not well understood or recognized by the medical community until recently. And only a fraction of sufferers have been diagnosed and treated.


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