Review of best anti snoring devices (including chin straps, nose vents, nose plugs, and other gadgets) by Dr. Artour Rakhimov with the permanent home remedy and cure for all snoring problems and problems with sleep apnea.
In this video, popular anti-snoring devices that are on Amazon will be discussed:
– SnoreCare – Premium Nose Vents for Easy Breathing to Stop Snoring
– SleepWell Pro (2017), Stop Snoring CPAP Chin Strap and Anti Snoring Solution: Jaw Supporter Device Snore Stopper
– SleepPro(TM) Anti-Snore Sleep Chin Strap -Snore Solution Device – Jaw Strap Reduces Snoring – Sleep Aid – Snore Relief Guard
All students that got half way to the medical norm for their CP test completely got rid of snoring. The medical norm for breathing is 40 seconds with the CP test. This is a totally natural process that doesn’t require any devices, chin straps, jaw supports, sleep aids, and mouth or nose vents. Devices can be used in the beginning stages of breathing retraining to go towards a healthy direction. The main idea of anti-snoring devices is to prevent mouth breathing and snoring. This will temporary reduce minute ventilation of breathing to stop snoring. Our web pages hwo to stop snoring: http://www.normalbreathing.com/stop-snoring.php .
Following are some questions to consider before purchasing a device. Will it be comfortable? Will the mouth be closed all the time? The most important question is will the device work in the long term after 3 months or a year or more? Also, would you want to wear it for that long? Dr. Artour uses chin straps in order for students to have proper initial breathing patterns. When breathing patterns become slower, all these devices become unnecessary. The devices make students breathe through their nose at night and in the early morning hours.
Sleeping postures or positions are significant to change breathing patterns. Sleeping on the back is the worst sleeping position for body-oxygen levels according to various medical studies. Also, it increases the chances of snoring. On Normalbreathing.com, there are about 25 medical studies examining the effects of sleep positions on body-oxygen levels. Some studies found that supine sleep makes snoring worse with more apneic episodes.
There are many techniques that prevent and stop snoring. Using devices are recommended only for short-term use. Mouth taping is the most inexpensive device to prevent snoring. Other devices are also inexpensive ranging from around 10 to 15 dollars. Dr. Artour has lots of students that noticed they stopped snoring after being involved in a breathing retraining course, usually in 1-2 weeks. Improving body-oxygen levels is the key point to get rid of snoring. Breathing retraining helps to completely and naturally solve and stop snoring problems.
The Buteyko breathing technique is used as a part of Dr. Artour’s courses. Dr. Buteyko was a leading physiologist and the most influential breathing retraining teacher in the Soviet Union. His method has been used all over the world including Europe, Australia, North America and in other places. In the early 1960’s, Dr. Buteyko held the position as the Manager of the Respiratory Laboratory. It was made for classified scientific research for the Soviet Cosmos and the first outer space missions (including the 1964 flight of Yury Gagarin, the first person in space).
The Buteyko Method has been used for a variety of different diseases, not just snoring and sleep apnea. In the Soviet Union, medical doctors have successfully used it on more than 100,000 asthmatics, over 30,000 people with cardiovascular problems and thousands of patients with other health conditions (diabetes, cancer, HIV-AIDS, sleep apnea, liver cirrhosis and more). Dr. Buteyko would instruct sick patients to do 2 to 3 hours of daily breathing exercises to recover from snoring in 2-5 days completely. Thousands of patients stopped snoring for good with this method.
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The video features Dr. Artour Rakhimov, Amazon writer, breathing trainer, and the author NormalBreathing.com.