2Breathe Sleep Inducer Review

Are your nights long and sleepless? Have black bags accumulated around your eyes? You need help to get to sleep, fast. The amazing 2Breathe Sleep Inducer is here to help you get the beauty rest you deserve. We’ll talk later in our 2Breathe review how this award-winning product will regulate your breathing and get you to dreamland in no time at all. (or See the lowest price here) Consequences of sleeplessness No one needs to tell you that a lack of sleep makes you grumpy. What you may not realize is that it can have disastrous effects on your body. Sleep deprivation caused many disasters in recent history. The massive meltdown in Chernobyl, for instance, happened because two workers dozed off. Extensive research shows that poor quality sleep causes accidents. Further, a lack of sleep affects cognition. Learning may become impossible as a result. Sleep reinforces memory. If you do not get enough of it, you cannot recall what happened during the day. Sleeplessness puts you at risk of heart disease and hypertension. Research shows that 90% of people with insomnia have other health conditions. Research shows that men and women who were sleep deprived had low libidos. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism showed that men with sleep apnea had low testosterone levels. Insomnia and depression make good bedfellows. In a 2007 study of 10 0000 people, those with insomnia were five times likely to become depressed. Chronic sleep loss can lead to dull skin, fine lines and dark circles under the eyes. A lack of sleep prompts the body to release more cortisol, the hormone that causes...

Zyppah Review | The Best New Anti-Snoring Device for 2016

In a whirlwind turn of events, the Zyppah anti-snoring device has recently outpaced the perennially popular Good Morning Snore Solution as the leading “stop snoring” device on the market in the final quarter of 2015.   So what exactly is it about this miracle mouthpiece that has caused its meteoric rise in popularity and grab the #1 spot? Read the Zyppah review below to find out! Product Highlights: Utilizes a patent-pending elastic tongue stabilizer Simple boil-and-bite application Airflow hole for increased breathability Immediately reduces or completely stops your snoring Compatible across a wide range of mouth sizes Increases the quality of your sleep Does not require any adjustments to be used Constructed of environmentally friendly, non-toxic materials FDA cleared Manufactured in the USA 90 Day Hassle-Free 100% Money Back Guarantee! >>>CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE ZYPPAH RX WEBSITE<<< First of All–What is Zyppah? Pronounced as “zee-pah”, the device is perhaps the most unique anti-snoring oral appliance on the market. Zippah Inc. dubbed their flagship product “Zyppah” as somewhat of a play on words: The name is actually “Happy Z” spelled backwards, signifying the kind of happy sleep you can expect to get once you start using this revolutionary snoring device. The Zyppah Rx was developed by Dr. Johnathan Greenburg, a renowned dentist with over 30 years of experience in the dental industry. Dr. Greenburg also completed undergraduate work in bioengineering, giving him a unique skill set in terms of creating an oral stop-snoring device that would be compatible enough to accommodate a wide range of patients and snoring conditions. This mouthpiece is somewhat of a “hybrid” that combines the best attributes...

Does Sleep Apnea increase the Risk of Heart Attacks by 30%

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), associated with loud snores, does not seem threatening. This ailment is often dismissed by those who have it as a harmless liability that does not need treatment. Experts say otherwise, and raise questions about its dangers. According to research done by the American Thoracic Society, it increases heart attack risk by 30%. Knowledge about heart attack triggers will rest some fears of those who suffer from OSA. Sleep apnea patients will ask if this annoying malady increases heart attack risk, and by how much, if so. Overweight patients who suffer from both sleep apnea and heart disease will want to know the various ways they can deal with these conditions. Why heart attacks happen Narrowing of the coronary artery, which supplies oxygen to the heart, often causes heart attacks. Plaque, covered by a fibrous cap, is a build-up of cholesterol. When the fibrous cap tears, the body tries to repair it. This forms a blood clot that blocks blood flow, and thus oxygen flow, through the heart muscle. The limited flow damages the heart muscle and causes a heart attack. At times, the clot may not block the artery completely, but is unstable enough to cause angina( irregular heart rhythms). A heart attack may soon follow, because blood clots can grow. If the blood clot dissolves, the body may once again try to repair the torn fibrous cap. However, the clot could once again cause angina and another heart attack. Coronary spasms also cause heart attacks, though they are less known to do so. Exposure to cigarette smoking can trigger these spasms. Doctors also attribute...

SleepTight Mouthpiece review 2016

Developed by US dentists Drs. Mike Williams and Paul Swan, the Sleeptight mouthpiece has changed lives and improved relationships tremendously. Having suffered snoring problems himself, Dr. Williams understands how damaging they are to your health. He realizes how they can affect the rest of your family as well. Before you commit yourself to this sleep mouthpiece, find out how it works. Decide if it will fit your needs. Knowing the device’s strengths and imperfections will make the process easier. How the sleeptight mouthpiece works The first question you will ask if you are looking for a snoring device is “What is Sleeptight?” If you intend to buy this mouthpiece, you will want to know how it puts an end to snoring. Before you can understand how Sleeptight works, you must know why snoring happens. A person makes snoring noises when the muscles in his airway collapse. An elongated tongue or flaccid soft palate tends to fall back over his airway as he sleeps. This creates a blockage. As air tries to pass through the obstructed airway, it vibrates these muscles, causing irritating, breathless sounds. New to the snoring mouthpiece industry, Sleeptight is a Mandibular Advancement Device (MAD). Like other MADs, this mouthpieces works to treat Obstructive Sleep Apnea, or OSA. This sleep mouthpiece is easy to fit, because you can customize it. It holds your jaw forward, stopping it from collapsing over your airway during the night. Does the SleepTight Mouthpiece Work? Pros All companies claim that their mouthpieces stop snoring problems. With its advantages, a SleepTight trumps the competition. Borne of Experience A definite boon of this device...

Snoring in Children: Managing its Causes and Effects

You may draw amusement from the rhythmic sounds little Joe makes in his sleep. He is probably the subject of one of your Youtube videos. Humor aside, your child’s loud snores are probably not merely humorous. They usually signal a deeper health concern. You will need to cut off the wheezing sounds that your child makes at night. Before you can do this, grasp the reasons for his snores and find out how they may affect everyone around him. You will also need to decide which snoring devices will suit his needs. Why children snore: The Causes of Snoring in Children Many parents brush off snoring as a charming oddity, deeming it “normal.” The truth is that it is anything but. Snoring is, often, directly related to sleep apnea. It can have other causes as well. Sleep apnea refers to having more breathing pauses during sleep. These breathing pauses can last anywhere from a few seconds to ten minutes. It has a few causes. 1. Apnea-related causes Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), or breathing pauses resulting from blocked air passages, may cause snoring. a. Being overweight With an increasingly affluent lifestyle, many children are becoming overweight. Many studies suggest a link between Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) and Childhood Obesity. Obesity causes snoring, because excess weight presses on the child’s neck. This narrows his breathing passages and prevents air from flowing through them. This leads to breathing problems and snoring. According to experts, apnea is a common childhood health disorder which affects roughly 5 to 6% of children. Pediatric sleep expert and member of the National Sleep Foundation’s Board of Directors,...

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