Sleep Apnea Sound Therapy
Are you or someone you love suffering from Sleep Apnea and associated symptoms? At Universal Sound Therapy we deal with all sorts of issues including Sleep Apnea with our sound therapies.
Our therapy is based on frequencies, tuning your body to vibrate at the correct frequency is as important to your body healing itself or reducing symptoms you are facing. Our healing sessions provide your body with the frequencies that would be found in a normal, healthy body. Your system absorbs these frequencies and makes the needed changes to “tune itself” and start to heal. Our bodies want to be healthy and when we provide them with the proper tools they will do everything needed to do just that.
Universal Sound Therapy is in the business to help your body heal and we are so confident that it will work for you that we offer you a 90-day money back guarantee. And if our Sleep Apnea sound therapy doesn’t help, just return it for a full refund. Try to get that from your doctor or pharmacy.
Our Sleep Apnea sound therapy helps by:
- Decrease episodes morning headache, insomnia, and very loud snoring
- Has the correct frequencies to help your body retune itself
- Aligns and opens your Chakra system
- Opens and cleans up your meridians
- Helps your body heal itself
Introduction to Sleep Apnea
Have you experienced sleeping for 6-8 hours but feel more tired when waking up? You might have sleep apnea. It is a sleep disorder when your breathing stops and starts. There are ways to prevent sleep apnea such as using a device called a CPAP machine that helps push air into the airway to keep them open. A change in your lifestyle, losing weight and quitting smoking can help with apnea.
If you are not keen into using the CPAP machine, we can offer you a more natural and holistic approach. Universal Sound Therapy provides this for sleep apnea sufferers. We provide scientifically designed frequencies to remind your body to correct itself and eventually heals itself. Scientists have been able to measure and reproduce the exact frequencies that all body parts can resonate at. Everything in us have a set frequency and when it is at that frequency you are healthy and feel good.
Our sound therapy reminds all those parts of your body that are associated with Sleep Apnea where they should be. And after receiving those frequencies, your body makes the needed changes to get in tune. It wants to feel better and not holding your breath is not good. You sleep better and breathe naturally.
We have been involved in sound therapy for the past five years and have many clients that are healthier and happier now than they were before they met us. Our method of therapy is effective and very easy to use. Just sit back, relax, read a book or take a nap, put on your headphones and let the vibrational frequencies in.
We hope you will give our Universal Sound Sleep Apnea Therapy a try, you have nothing to lose but a poor night’s sleep and maybe a very tired partner. We have even taken away any worries with our 90 day guarantee. Because, we can’t guarantee our therapy will work for everyone, all you have to do if it doesn’t work is send it back and we will gladly refund your money. That should reduce some of your worries and help you sleep better. Do you remember the last time your doctor gave you money back when what he/she prescribed didn’t work, or the pharmacy gave you money back because the pills they sold you just didn’t do the trick. We are not in the business of empty promises and we don’t want your money if our therapy does not work. Try our Universal Sound Therapy session on Sleep Apnea Therapy. You can heal yourself and sleep much better.
Short Description of Sleep Apnea
The condition known as sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep disorder wherein breathing repeatedly stops and starts. If you tend to snore very loudly and still feel tired after a full night’s sleep then it is possible that you may have sleep apnea.
Symptoms of Sleep Apnea
- Very loud snoring
- Episodes where the patient stops breathing during sleep – reported by another person
- Gasping for air while asleep
- Awakening in the night with a dry mouth
- Morning headache
- Excessive daytime sleepiness known as hypersomnia
- Difficulty in keeping attention span while awake
- Irritable behavior
About Sleep Apnea
Sleep apnea refers to a condition wherein there is an involuntary stoppage of breathing that happens when the patient is fast asleep. It comes from the Greek word “apnea” which literally means “without breath.” There are three known kinds of sleep apnea and these are: obstructive, central and the mixed variant. Of the three types, obstructive sleep apnea or OSA for short is the most common. Even with the differences in the main cause of each kind of condition, in all three variants, people with untreated sleep apnea stop breathing many times during sleep and the amount could go as high as hundreds of times during a single night! In most scenarios, the patient is unaware of these issues, as they normally do not trigger a full awakening. If the condition is left untreated, it can have serious and life-shortening consequences such as the development of high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, vehicular accidents due to falling asleep while driving, depression, diabetes and much more.
Sleep apnea is more common in men than in women and is higher for African-American and Hispanic males. A major symptom of the condition is extremely loud snoring, so much so that bed partners find it intolerable as the snoring also disrupts their sleep. Other indications that sleep apnea may be present include: obesity, hypersomnia or persistent daytime sleepiness, episodes of awakening out of breath during the night, and frequent waking up in the morning with a dry mouth or a headache. However, none of the symptoms mentioned are always present. Only a sleep study done in controlled conditions such as in a sleep laboratory or a home sleep study can determine whether or not a patient has sleep apnea and its severity.
Etiology of Sleep Apnea
Sleep apnea is quite common as it affects over 18 million Americans; this is from research data by the National Sleep Foundation.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Obstructive sleep apnea disorders happens when the muscles in the back of the throat begin to relax as you sleep. The muscles serve to support the soft palate, the triangular piece of tissue hanging from the soft palate or uvula, the tonsils, the sidewalls of the tongue and throat. When the muscles relax, the airway begins to narrow, or closes as the patient is breathing. As a result, he or she cannot get enough air, which lowers the oxygen availability in the blood. The brain senses the lack of oxygen and momentarily rouses the patient from sleep so as to reopen the airway. This awakening is very brief to the point that the patient has no knowledge of it ever happening. The sufferer may snort, choke or gasp and the pattern can repeat itself five to thirty times or more each hour at night. This results to lower quality of sleep, impairing the ability to reach the deep, restful phases of sleep.
Central Sleep Apnea
This is the less common form of sleep apnea and it happens when the brain does not transmit signals to the muscles of respiration. What this means is that you are not able to make any effort to breathe for a brief period. The patient may awaken with shortness of breath or have a difficult time getting to sleep or staying asleep.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Factors that may increase the possibility of having the condition are:
- Obesity – this condition increases the possibility of getting the disease due to the accumulation of fat deposits in and around the upper airway of the mouth, which may obstruct your breathing.
- Neck Circumference – Patients with thicker necks may have narrower airways resulting to a higher risk to health
- Narrowed Airway – There are patients with an inherited narrow throat. Enlarged tonsils or adenoids can also block the airway more particularly in kids.
- Male – Men are known to have two or three times bigger risk to develop sleep disorders compared to women. However, women also increase the risk of developing it if they are overweight and if they are already in menopause or in bad health.
- Age – The risk of developing the sleep disorder is higher in older adults
- Strong Family History – Having other members of the family that have the condition can also increase the risk
- Alcohol, Sedative and Tranquilizer Usage – As these substances also relax the throat muscles, it can aggravate the snoring sound and apnea
- Smoking – People who smoke tend to have three times higher risk of developing the condition compared to people that did not smoke. Smoking increases inflammation and fluid retention in the upper airway region resulting to that snoring sound.
- Nasal Congestion – Patients that have difficulty breathing through the nose be it from an anatomical issue or because of allergies have a higher risk of developing the sleep disorder.
Central Sleep Apnea
- Age – Being older such as reaching middle age have a higher risk of getting the sleep disorders
- Sex – Men are more prone to producing the typical loud snoring sound and apnea compared to women
- Heart Problems – People with heart problems such as congestive heart failure increases the risk
- Use of Narcotic Pain Meds – Opioid meds such as methadone can increase the risk
- Stroke – Patients that have had a stroke previously can increase the risk or get treatment-emergent central sleep apnea
Fatigue during Daytime – Due to the repeated awakenings in the night make normal restorative sleep almost impossible, which results to daytime sleepiness, irritability and fatigue. You could experience difficulty in concentrating and might often find yourself asleep at work or while watching TV or worse while driving. Due to the lack of sleep you could find yourself ill tempered, moody or even depressed. Kids and adolescents with apnea might perform badly in school or may develop behavioral problems.
Hypertension and Heart Problems – Due to the sudden drops in blood oxygen levels that happen during sleep apnea can increase blood pressure and put significant strain on the cardiovascular system. Obstructive sleep apnea can also increase your risk of developing major health conditions like a recurrent heart attack, abnormal heartbeats like AF, and multiple episodes of low oxygen that may lead to death due to irregular heartbeats.
Type 2 Diabetes – The sleep disorder can also increase your risk of developing this disease.
Metabolic Syndrome – this comprises high blood pressure, high cholesterol levels, high blood sugar and an increased in waist size, usually linked to a higher risk of heart disease.
Sleep Deprived Partners – The extremely loud snoring sound due to sleep disorders can put a toll on relationships and health as it can leave sleep partners sleep deprived and irritable.