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New Hope for Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Breathe Easier tonight!

- Do you suffer from snoring, muscle soreness and morning discomfort?
- Do you often wake up during the night, gasping for air?
- Are you a light sleeper, unable to enjoy deep, restful sleep?

If you are worried that your sleep disorder might be sleep apnea, keep reading to learn more about the condition, its symptoms and the treatment options…

Obstructive sleep apnea is the most common form of sleep apnea. Luckily, it is also the easiest to treat.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea results from an obstruction in the windpipe. The resulting suffocation can be severe enough to wake you up. Many such episodes can lead to serious health hazards such as dizziness and heart attack.

Snoring is common in sleep apnea patients, though it is not a sure sign of the disorder. Often snoring can result from temporary obstructions in the airway, such as swollen tonsils or mucus.

Obstructive sleep apnea can result when the fleshy uvula and soft palate fall back on the windpipe, sealing it partially or completely. Several episodes of sleep apnea can lead to low blood oxygen levels, which can trigger palpitations, headaches, lethargy, weight gain, poor concentration, low work efficiency and sometimes death.

Up to 5 episodes of sleep apnea (breathlessness) per hour is considered normal. Fewer than 20 episodes per hour is considered mild and can often be treated with the right sleeping position and a scientific contour pillow. Over 20 episodes per hour requires urgent medical attention.

During your Internet Search for sleep apnea treatments, you may have read about options such as corrective surgery and the CPAP unit, which employs continuous air pressure to clear the airway. However, you might not be comfortable with surgery or breathing through a tube.

While many people have benefited from CPAP and surgery, not all people really need them.

The side-sleeper position is proven to help reduce snoring. By sleeping on your right side, you can ease the pressure on your heart and ensure better heart health. Many people have found relief from snoring and mild sleep apnea with a special Memory Foam side-sleeper pillow.

The "Sleep Better Pillow" is designed by leading neurosurgeon Dr. Burke, who used it to battle his own insomnia, back pain and neck pain and found instant relief!

If you sleep on your back, you will benefit greatly from the scientific contoured "Sleep Better Pillow", which nestles your head at an optimum angle for improved airflow.

If you are a side-sleeper who often suffers from shoulder pain, back pain and neck pain, the "Sleep Better Pillow" will help to align your posture and relieve the pressure on your spinal discs.

The special channels on the underside of the pillow allow your arm to slide in and out easily, without disturbing your head or neck position. Even with your arm positioned under your head, you will feel no pressure at all, as your head and neck are perfectly supported by the Sleep Better Pillow.

The "Sleep Better Pillow" is made of Memory Foam, which provides added stability and support for side sleepers. The Memory Foam will mould itself to your side contours, leading to instant comfort and fewer position changes through the night.

If you suffer from snoring or mild sleep apnea, you can enjoy deeper, restful sleep with a special scientific pillow.

The Sleep Better Pillow can help you breathe easy and relieve the tension in your back, neck and shoulder. Sleep better and wake up to a refreshing start with the Sleep Better Pillow!

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