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Sleep Apnea and Snoring: What is the difference? What are the consequences?
You snore. All the time. No one will sleep with you because you sound like a freight train. Bummer. But does this noise mean something much more dangerous to your health than social ostracism? Read on to find out.
Snoring and its Treatment (or How Can I Sleep without Sounding Like a Freight Train!?!)
You snore. No, you really snore – like the-neighbor-down-the-block-complains snoring; like your-wife-moved-to-the-next-county-to–get-a-good-night’s-sleep snoring. Even your dog won’t sleep in the same room with you. They are all mad because you wake up refreshed, when they lose sleep because YOU SOUND LIKE A TRUCK! What is a person to do?
6 Ways to Stop Snoring
Chronic snoring has serious consequences. Here are 6 ways you can stop.
Proper breathing habits can help you manage blood pressure
Are you at risk for high blood pressure? Millions of Americans have this ‘silent killer’ and don’t even know it. Here’s how nose breathing techniques can help lower your blood pressure.
Boost your metabolism, proper breathing leads the way
Boosting your metabolism doesn’t come only from engaging in strenuous exercise. You can improve metabolism and gain some overall health benefits anytime, by learning better habits of breathing.
Adult ADHD? Try Breathing to Reduce Stress, and Improve Concentration
Living and functioning with Adult ADHD is tough enough without the mental challenge of extra stress. You can help reduce stress and improve concentration by breathing through your nose.
Not enough sleep can mean too much weight – sleep, obesity and optimal breathing habits
It’s a common, and unhealthy combination: you’re bone tired, you can’t sleep because you can’t breathe right, and you crave sweet, or salty, or fatty foods – or all of them!
Blood sugar levels and better breathing habits
A recent study explains how a lack of oxygen in fat cells can lead to obesity-induced insulin resistance and diabetes. Learn how your breathing habits can help maintain healthy oxygen intake, and make it a little easier to avoid the descending cycle that can lead to obesity and diabetes.
Better nasal breathing is the key to better sleep
Do you have trouble breathing when you’re trying to sleep? Do you snore or sometimes wake up choking? Did you know that breathing through your nose can help you sleep better?
Sit, breathe, eat – better breathing habits help keep your digestive tract healthy
If you suffer from indigestion, you should know about the vital connection between good breathing habits and digestive tract health.
Breathing right can boost your immune system
Did you know there are ways to improve your health and bolster your immune system through proper, mindful breathing?
Nose breathing technique to help improve memory and concentration
There are many breathing techniques for calming down, relaxing and sleeping. But what if you need a boost in concentration and memory power? The answer is in your breathing!
Boost your blood oxygen with improved breathing habits
Optimal blood oxygen levels are a vital part of good health and top performance from head to heart and throughout your body. Here’s how you can help guarantee your brain, lungs and heart a steady supply of life-giving oxygen.
Lose weight by breathing through your nose
When you lose weight, where does the fat go? With all the attention on losing weight, you’d think more people would understand this dramatic point. Quick – think of two possible answers for how the weight you lose leaves your body.
Breathe through your nose – fall asleep faster
Are you one of the millions of people who can’t seem to fall asleep, or stay asleep? In our smart-phone age, it’s getting more difficult to wind down our overactive waking selves and get a healthy period of sleep. Here’s a simple technique for falling asleep that works for thousands.
Are my breathing habits hurting my health?
Look around at your fellow humans and you’re likely to observe that an impressive percentage of the population breathes incorrectly. The question is: Do my breathing habits hurt my health?
Depression and your breathing habits
Depression is nothing to take lightly, but modern science is proving that how you breathe can have a considerable positive impact on symptoms of depression ranging from mild to severe.
What’s the best way to cool down? Let the good air in!
Cooling down after exercise is an important but often neglected part of the workout. Here’s how to slow down and breathe your way through a beneficial cooldown that helps your overall fitness and can improve your next performance!