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This Is How Sinister Sleep Apnea Is

Sinister Sleep Apenea

 

There’s an invisible intruder in your bedroom.

It’s an evil, deceptive entity that tightens a chilling grip around your throat and squeezes, repeatedly strangling you in your sleep.

While you may think it’s simply a snoring problem, it’s actually much more sinister than the loud rattle your partner complains about when describing your sleep. Your body is at war, fighting off this intruder that’s slowly crushing your quality of life.

Here's why...

Your airway is obstructed. Your throat is shutting down. The area behind your tongue is collapsing. Your body is suffocating you up to 100 times per hour.

Every single night your head hits the pillow, you'll soon be choking and struggling to breathe. This happens so often that your body becomes accustomed to this nightly assault. It becomes a normal part of your life, when it’s actually an unnatural and unhealthy phenomenon.

You’re also probably waking up in the morning feeling tired -- like you barely slept. And yet you simply blame it on just getting older. Or not having your morning coffee yet. There’s even more at stake here...

This intruder is wreaking havoc on your internal organs...your entire body.

While 80% of Americans suffering from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) are undiagnosed, they ignore the symptoms, the discomfort, the exhaustion, because they think it’s actually a much simpler issue. When in reality, sleep apnea leads to much more damaging illnesses.

With sleep apnea you have an increasingly higher likelihood of developing:

  • Heart Disease
  • Diabetes
  • Sexual Dysfunction
  • Anxiety
  • High Blood Pressure
  • And on and on and on…

So, it’s bigger than just snoring. It’s doing serious damage to your heart, your lungs, and your entire circulatory system.

Sleep apnea is a sinister and diabolical burglar, stealing your breath, stealing your sleep, and stealing years from your life.

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