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?


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.


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.


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