How To Get Rid Of Sleep Apnea In 15 Simple Ways

Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder that is thought to affect nearly 30 million people in the United States, or about 12 percent of the population. Because this condition is something that occurs at night, many people don’t even know they have it. Sleep apnea is dangerous and can lead to some major health problems like diabetes, heart disease, depression, and obesity. Thankfully it’s treatable and in today’s video, we will tell you the best ways to get rid of it.

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Intro – 0:00
1. Continuous positive airway pressure or CPAP Machine – 01:36
2. Other airway pressure devices – 02:25
3. Oral appliances – 02:45
4. Adaptive servo-ventilation or ASV – 03:48
5. Maintain a healthy weight – 04:19
6. Eat healthy – 04:56
7. Exercise Regularly – 05:14
8. Try Sleeping On Your Side – 05:33
9. Quit smoking – 05:58
10. Honey – 06:16
11. Epsom salt bath – 06:49
12. Raise the head of your bed –
13. Humidify your home – 07:11
14. Avoid alcohol and certain medications before bed – 07:30


First, what exactly is sleep apnea?
Sleep apnea is a serious sleep disorder that happens when a person's breathing is interrupted. It is caused by a blockage of the airway, usually when the soft tissue in the back of the throat collapses.

Now, let’s talk about treatment options:

1. Continuous positive airway pressure or CPAP Machine: If you have moderate to severe sleep apnea, you might benefit from using a machine that delivers air pressure through a mask while you sleep.

2. Other airway pressure devices: If using a CPAP machine continues to be a problem, you might be able to use a different type of airway pressure device that automatically adjusts pressure while you sleep.

3. Oral Appliances: Oral appliances continue to increase in popularity as they are an effective first line treatment for many sleep apnea sufferers.

4. Adaptive servo-ventilation or ASV: This more recently approved airflow device learns your normal breathing pattern and stores the information in a built-in computer.

Moving on, let’s talk about a few natural remedies for Sleep Apnea:

5. Maintain a healthy weight: Doctors commonly recommend people with sleep apnea to lose weight. Obesity, specifically in the upper body, can increase the risk of airway obstruction and narrow nasal passages.

6. Eat Healthy: One of the easiest home remedies is to simply eat healthier. This improves the quality of your sleep while helping you shed excess pounds.

7. Exercise Regularly: Consistent exercise goes hand in hand with a healthy diet to help combat obstructive sleep apnea.

8. Try Sleeping On Your Side: Though most sleep experts recommend sleeping on your back, if you have sleep apnea, the side-sleeping position is going to be a lot better for you.

9. Quit Smoking: Smoking is bad for many reasons, one of them is that it can cause sleep apnea.

For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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