ATTENTION: If you have sleep apnea this may the most important letter you will ever read...
"DON'T USE CPAP ONE MORE NIGHT UNTIL YOU READ THIS GUIDE ON PROVEN SLEEP APNEA CURES"
Here's the true story of nine men and women who cured their sleep apnea in less than 6 months - and threw away their CPAP for good! Learn how these proven sleep apnea treatments work, and how you can put them to work for YOU
If you are reading this letter, you (or someone you love) suffers from sleep apnea. And you are looking for a proven way to cure sleep apnea, so you can throw away that CPAP for good!
Let me assure you that you are in the right place.
Through much research and countless conversations with sleep apnea survivors, I have discovered that there ARE proven cures for sleep apnea.
And I have documented proof of these alternative sleep apnea cures – through conversations with 9 survivors of sleep apnea. Many of these survivors tried CPAP and just couldn’t stand it. Or it simply didn’t help their apnea. So they searched for alternatives, and eventually conquered their apnea.
What you are about to learn is rarely talked about in sleep apnea circles. In fact, many people don’t even know these treatments exist!
“The fact that there are options to CPAP, and that there is the prospect of a cure, gives me great hope. Thanks again for a most interesting book!”J. Laing, Jacksonville, U.S.A.
Here’s the good news: you can easily benefit from the hard work of these apnea survivors. I’ll tell you exactly how in a few moments. But first, let me tell you how I got involved in the exploding epidemic called sleep apnea.
A Typical Night: Snoring and Gasping for Air
My introduction to sleep apnea began on the night of August 26th, 2007. My wife and I were asleep in bed and something happened that would change my life forever.
At 2:00am that evening, my wife abruptly sat up, gasping for air. It was as if she was dreaming about being chased! Suddenly she sat bolt upright in bed. She was choking for air, and completely disoriented. She didn’t know where she was.
That incident was repeated many times in the coming months. Every night, her breath stopping and she gasping for air. What we didn’t know at the time was that my wife had the classic symptoms of sleep apnea.
But my wife’s problems didn’t stop at night. During the day, she was chronically fatigued – sometimes falling asleep just by sitting down on the couch. I was so concerned about her constant tiredness that I was scared she was going to crash our car!
We both knew it wasn’t natural to be so tired all of the time. And we also suspected that gagging while asleep pointed to some health problem. But at the time we didn’t even know about sleep apnea. We were soon to find out many surprising facts about this silent killer…
The Knee-Jerk Prescription for Sleep Apnea: CPAP
Let me tell you a little about myself. My passion is research – it’s what I do for a living, and it’s also my passion. I love digging into a topic and really understanding everything about it – from the ground up.
So when my wife started showing symptoms of a health condition (we didn’t know what), I started digging.
And what I found was pretty shocking.
When I typed “gagging while asleep” into Google, a flood of articles on sleep apnea came up. As I explored more, it became apparent that apnea might be the condition my wife had.
Nailing down what health problem my wife had was a mixed blessing. It was nice to know the problem. But we needed to know how to fix it!
Here’s where things got strange. The more I searched, the more I found only one solution prescribed for sleep apnea: CPAP.
Now, last time I checked there was more than one way to skin a cat. I started asking myself, how can one treatment be the “silver bullet” for everyone? Then it became clear – many of the websites that were promoting CPAP so aggressively were owned by CPAP manufacturers or retailers! And that’s not to mention the websites that make money from the CPAP industry…
I started asking around online chat groups to see if anyone knew of “alternative” sleep apnea treatments – in other words,alternatives to CPAP. What I was usually told was this: CPAP might not be comfortable, and it might not work for everyone, but it’s the best we’ve got. But every now and again I’d get an email from someone saying that they had heard of non-CPAP solutions for sleep apnea – but that such talk wasn’t welcome on so-and-so website.
“…very comprehensive…very informative…”A. Riedi, Huddersfield, U.K.
- Most doctors automatically prescribe CPAP for sleep apnea
- Many doctors are unaware of other sleep apnea treatments besides CPAP
- According to research up to 50% of sleep apnea sufferers stop using their CPAP within 3 months
- A large percentage of sleep apnea sufferers are looking for an alternative to CPAP
You’re probably reading this letter because you’re in the same situation I was in two years ago.
You’re tired of being tired all the time. Days go by in a blur. You wake up foggy-headed, probably cranky. You survive the day with lots of caffeine.
And yet for all your efforts, your life is still probably how it was for my wife. Chronically fatigued, falling asleep during the day – sometimes in embarrassing places.
And you suffer because you haven’t managed to conquer your sleep apnea.
But that’s not from a lack of trying. You’ve asked your doctor what you can do to cure your sleep apnea. His only suggestion is the dreaded CPAP.
But CPAP Is NOT The Answer for Everyone
In my research, I talked to a lot of people who suffer from sleep apnea. Many are struggling to find a way to cure their sleep apnea and THROW AWAY their CPAP. But they’re not getting much help from their doctors.
Listen to some of their comments:
"I suffer from a severe anxiety disorder and depression I cannot relax and sleep normally using my CPAP. I can’t get to sleep without the use of sleeping tablets, it is so bad. I have been diagnosed as having serious sleep apnea.” Edith Hipps, Melbourne, Australia
“How come, after using my CPAP for about 5 years, some mornings I wake up feeling like I did before I got my machine?” Robert Wheel, Phoenix, U.S.A
“First they put me on a CPAP, and I had trouble exhaling. They then put me on a BiPAP and it nearly killed me.” Clyde Burke, Smith’s Falls, U.S.A
“I am always tired and my blood pressure is up even though I am on medication. I can’t tolerate the machine so have stopped using it. I have restarted again this week because I just know I have to. Unfortunately I have Roseacea and sensitive skin and the mask makes it worse. I even got to the stage where I was taking it off and turning the machine off in my sleep when I was using it every night. I have a family history of heart attack and stroke and just know that I need to get this problem sorted, to allow my other medications to work correctly. I am overweight and not active because I haven’t got the energy to get out of my own way let alone other exercise.” Annie Jucler, Alaska, U.S.A
“..my doctor is unable to advise me of any treatment other than the breathing mask” Patty Unger, Sydney, Australia
"My mask always comes off or moves and I get air rushing into my face.” Jim Leach, Brighton, U.K
“Using the CPAP equipment for 2 months has not resolved the apnea. I use a ****** with a full mask at 11cm. Doctors that I have seen have no solution, nor does the company.” David Hughes, Toronto, Canada
“The pressure might keep the air passages open, but it is cold and totally aggravates an already bad rhinitis problem. Plus being a senior citizen, medicare paid for a first and faulty machine. The provider replaced with another broken and out of warranty unit he had picked up from a competetors’ client. It was missing a baffle and “rained” on me! Third also out of warranty in 2005, old, noisy, and also cold, altho it has a heated tank." Barb Wheeler, Oceanside, U.S.A
“Because I am uncomfortable, not well, feel the equipment blows bacteria up into the recesses of the sinus pockets, and can’t get relief. Plus feel the providers are a bunch of “cma” artists, who cover for each other, in most transparent ways.” Nora Robertson, New York, U.S.A
“I am afraid that I am just going to die in my sleep some night. I know this is not good for my heart. I don’t want to see a regular Dr. and have them give me one of those breathing machines, as I have become Clostrophobic (don’t know if I spelled that right) and I can’t even IMAGINE trying to sleep with something over my face! I want to find out how to get my autonamic system to get back to just breathing normally when I sleep. I don’t want appliances and machines, I just want normal sleep!” Barb Christensen, Des Moines, U.S.A
“I am sick and tired of people taking advantage of people in this country today!!!! Especially in the Health (Sickness) Industry.” Terry Sylvester, Kansas City, U.S.A
CPAP Adds Insult to Injury
It’s not just that CPAP is ineffective for some people. CPAP users suffer countless problems when using the machine. Here’s just a few of the problems people have with CPAP:
- Ear pressure
- Nasal congestion
- Dry mouth
- Sinus problems
I know what you’re thinking at this point. You’re asking yourself “why is it so important to cure my sleep apnea – I just want to get a better night’s sleep so I don’t feel so groggy during the day. Can’t I just take some pills so I can get a better night’s sleep and get on with my life?”
“Marc….thanks for the good read. It will become a ‘must read’ for those who want to learn about sleep apnea treatments.”S. Stevens, Brisbane, Australia
Sleep Apnea Will Kill if Not Properly Treated
The fact is, sleep apnea can KILL YOU eventually. And I’m not just talking about the much higher chance that you’ll be in a car crash if you have apnea (although that’s definitely a factor). As stated by Dr. Michael J. Twery, director of the National Center on Sleep Disorders Research:
“Sleep apnea is not a condition that kills you acutely. It is a condition that erodes your health over time.”
Over time, sleep apnea has been proven to lead to a long list of nasty diseases.
According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, these are just some of the side effects of sleep apnea:
- High blood pressure
- Eye disorders, including glaucoma, conjunctivitis, and dry eye
- Irregular menstrual periods
- High-risk pregnancies
- Liver damage
- Seizures, epilepsy, and other nerve disorders
- Kidney failure
- Heart failure
There Is a Solution: Alternative Sleep Apnea Treatments
If the information I’ve provided on this website makes you depressed, please don’t be! Because I’ve got some good news. I’m not a person who gives up easily, and you’re about to benefit from that tenacity.
You see, as I dove into the world of sleep apnea treatments, one thing became clear: CPAP information is everywhere, but there’s precious little information on the Internet about other apnea treatments.
So I did what any good researcher does: I dug deeper, harder, and wider. I spent hours and hours scouring the Internet, and calling doctors, specialists, and other health practitioners.
My online research and telephone calls around the world led me to individuals who have completely cured their sleep apnea. These people threw away their CPAP a long time ago, and haven’t looked back. Some of them found their alternative sleep apnea treatment by luck; others found a cure through dogged determination.
And then I interviewed them.
I interviewed nine people who cured their sleep apnea through “alternative” treatments. You’ll find case studies of those nine people in my e-book.
These aren’t some “Chicken Soup” stories. They are real, warts and all, “here’s how it happened” stories. Real stories about real people who have thrown off the shackles of CPAP and cured their sleep apnea.
9 Survivors Who Cured Sleep Apnea with Alternative Treatments
Here are the nine brave people who poured their hearts and souls out to me:
Matt resides in Fredrick’s, Virginia, and was first diagnosed in 1999 at the age of 44.
Initially a CPAP was prescribed and Matt found it impossible to use, even after 3 months of trying. He found the mask uncomfortable and unnatural. Turning over in bed, and having his movements restricted by the hose made it worse. Matt’s self-image of wearing the mask and hose was that of an “elephant man”. Since overcoming his apnea Matt says that entire quality of life has improved “dramatically”. Mathew G., age 54
Jim was diagnosed with sleep apnea in 1988, and is one of the few apnea sufferers who could tolerate the CPAP. He controlled his sleep apnea with CPAP for 8 years before undergoing a program that eventually allowed him to put his CPAP on the shelf. In his case study, Jim shares the ups and downs of his apnea and treatment…including how the treatment improved his love life! Jim C., age 63
John became aware of his snoring at an early age. Family members and his nearby neighbors were certainly aware before he was. His snoring was so loud that his parents finished a portion of the basement as a bedroom for him to allow other family members to sleep! John was ordered to seek treatment for sleep apnea by his superior in the Navy. Now that his apnea (and snoring) is cured, John’s only regret is not looking into alternative sleep apnea treatments sooner. John W., age 38
Earon first suspected a problem with his sleeping ten years ago, in 1999. His wife noticed his gasping sounds for air in the night. After being diagnosed with sleep apnea, Earon tried CPAP and multiple masks, but felt it didn’t do him any good at all. He struggled with the machine and masks, and felt abandoned. After his sleep study, Earon received no further direction from his sleep center. Earon discovered an alternative sleep apnea treatment indirectly – while seeking a solution to his high stress. He is now grateful for a changed life and benefits even beyond curing his sleep apnea. Earon D., age 58
When Charlie was first diagnosed with sleep apnea, CPAP was the only solution provided by his doctor. Charlie gave the CPAP a good try for a three month period without results. With some despair, he felt that chronic daytime fatigue might be the fate for the rest of his life. Not one to give up easily, Charlie began more research, and spent hours each day educating himself. Then Charlie stumbled upon an unorthodox treatment for snoring and sleep apnea. Within two weeks, Charlie began to notice the difference. He literally could feel the positive effect of better sleep. At the end of two months, his apnea was cured. Charlie H., age 84
SDB first suspected something was wrong when she awoke frequently, gasping for breath. Her symptoms also included fatigue during the day – her daytime fatigue was so bad, she was fearful of falling asleep while driving. Her doctor’s initial treatment was to use a CPAP machine. She tried this but could not get used to the mask. Her narrow face made a proper fit very difficult, and there was little or no improvement in her sleep. After several months, she started to research alternative treatments. SDB’s research led to an alternative treatment that is used for a variety of health conditions – but is rarely (if ever) mentioned by doctors for the treatment of sleep apnea. After the second week of treatment, SDB felt herself sleeping better and feeling more rested. As her treatment continued, she felt more and more refreshed during the day. She continues monthly treatments and attributes overcoming sleep apnea to her alternative sleep apnea treatment. SDB feels better than she has in years. The process was inexpensive, simple, and gave results. SBD, age 49
At 180 lbs and 6 ft tall, Bob has an average build, perhaps on the thin side of average. His neck is neither thick nor short, which are typical of many sleep apnea sufferers. However, for many years Bob snored quite loudly, bothering family and spouse. It was a bad sinus infection which prompted him to seek medical care, and which led to his sleep apnea diagnosis. After using CPAP for several months Bob did his second sleep study. The second study confirmed what he already knew: CPAP was not working for him. His results were worse than his first study. After Bob underwent his alternative sleep apnea treatment, Bob was breathing better than anytime he could remember previously. As a bonus, the year following his apnea treatment, Bob’s wife became pregnant – they had tried for years before his treatment, with no success! Bob, age 39
Despite looking healthy, Helju was fighting against exhaustion all the time. Sleep apnea was nothing she considered or even knew much about. She attributed her daytime exhaustion to a high-stress job in a high-stress city. During a doctor’s visit, Helju’s doctor suggested that she might have sleep apnea. She was vaguely aware of sleep apnea, but thought it was a “fat old man’s” disease. A sleep study confirmed that she did indeed have sleep apnea. After trying “band-aid” solutions (such as breathing strips) for nine months, she couldn’t take it any more. Helju took the plunge into an alternative sleep apnea treatment that ultimate cure her sleep apnea completely. Today, almost three years following her treatment, Helju has a completely different outlook on life. She never knew what it was like to have a really good sleep and feel refreshed. Helju N., age 37
Shawn first suspected something was wrong with his health in college. He’d wake up gagging for air. But being a 19-20 yr old, the invincibility of youth put these thoughts on the back burner. Shawn was vaguely aware of sleep apnea, but not even the death of his father from heart problems caused him to make a connection with apnea. It wasn’t till 2003 that the subject of sleep apnea arose again. Following a physical examination, Shawn’s doctor asked him some questions regarding sleep and fatigue. A subsequent sleep study confirmed sleep apnea. Shawn started using CPAP. There was a minor improvement with a CPAP but Shawn didn’t feel he got any sleep. The nasal mask made him hyperventilate. After undergoing his alternative sleep apnea treatment, Shawn awoke one morning to the realization of a better sleep than he could ever remember in his life. The realization brought tears of joy to Shawn’s eyes. He never knew what it was like to be fully awake. Shawn, age 35
All of these people have thrown away their CPAP for good! And they cured their apnea through “alternative” treatments.
You must be wondering: why haven’t I heard of these alternative sleep apnea treatments before?
It’s simple: because the CPAP manufacturers dominate the sleep apnea “industry”. So there’s little incentive for doctors and health practitioners to explore other treatments.
Now, I’m not trying to tell you that curing your sleep apnea is easy. Like any health condition, curing sleep apnea takes time and, most importantly, it takes commitment to the treatment.
But that’s not to say that you can’t cure your sleep apnea in a matter of months. All of the people in my book cured their apnea in less than 6 months. In some cases, it took less than 3 months to cure their apnea.
What my book offers is a step-by-step guide to get you to the point where you will wake up in the morning feeling alert and refreshed, feeling vibrant during the day, and ready to embrace life. On top of that, my guide offers the real-life case studies of 9 people who have completely cured their sleep apnea. You’ll get to learn from their mistakes and successes!
“This is great advice, which I intend to follow. I love the way you approach the topic — from apnea to alternative treatments, from mild to dramatic.
It is not missing from your book, but I just want to mention that sleep position can be very dramatic. (You might want to push that a little in
future editions.) For example, after 4 months with ***** and ***** units, with and without auto CPAP, I discovered that my AHI
went from 20 to 40 to one (!) by sleeping on my side, not my back. Thank you for a great contribution, Marc!”C. Burke, San Bernardino, U.S.A
In these real-life case studies you’ll learn in-depth about the lives and treatments of 9 people who have conquered their apnea. Specifically, you’ll learn:
- When they first suspected they had sleep apnea
- Symptoms that made them first think they had sleep apnea
- Steps they took to get diagnosed
- How they felt when they were diagnosed (what was going through their mind)
- The quality of their sleep before their apnea treatment, and how they felt during the day
- What they did to try to get a good night’s sleep before their successful treatment
- What they did to try to overcome fatigue during the day
- A description of exactly what their treatment involved
- How they found out about the treatment
- Side effects of their treatment
- Obstacles they encountered during their treatment, and how they overcame those obstacles
- How long it took before the quality of their sleep improved
- How long it took before they felt better (more rested) during the day
- How long it’s been since they conquered their sleep apnea
- Resources they recommend for others who suffer from sleep apnea, and would like to follow their treatment (the name of specific doctors and medical centers)
- Final words of advice for people who have just been diagnosed with sleep apnea
Here Is a Tiny Sample of What You’ll Get When You Download Your Copy Of “Cure Your Sleep Apnea Without CPAP”:
- 78 pages of actionable information on alternative, non-CPAP sleep apnea treatments
- 9 case studies of men and women who have completely cured their sleep apnea without CPAP
- 7 types of alternative treatments that are proven to cure sleep apnea (detailed descriptions)
- 12 “action steps” for each alternative treatment, so you know exactly how to take action on each treatment
- 7 “quick fix” sleep treatments that can help you get a better night’s sleep TONIGHT
- 69 hand-picked web links for further information on alternative sleep apnea treatments
- 31 diagrams explaining alternative sleep apnea treatments
- Names and website addresses of doctors and medical centers who specialize in alternative sleep apnea treatments.
- Plain English writing! I don’t use fancy words when plain ones will say the same thing.
- The straight up truth on new sleep apnea treatments
“So many thanks for the online information you have provided regarding sleep apnea treatments. Yes, I have them all. I printed the cheat sheet and everything else I could see on the website.- Jan, Australia
Unfortunately, I have the worst type of sleep apnea – a combination of both central and obstructive apnea. Due to the cutting of my phrenic nerve and paralysis of my left diaphragm, I am on both oxygen and a BiPap machine. I trained in the Buteyko breathing technique some years ago, but got lazy and haven’t been good about my practice sessions. Playing a didgeroo sounds as if it will be the best option for me to try first (provided I can take in enough breath to blow the thing).
Anyhow, I wanted to thank you for providing alternative methods of treating (and in some cases curing) this wretched affliction. I sent your details on to my family members and friends who have obstructive apnea, and I am sure your e-course (and your book) will benefit them greatly.
Thank you once again for this wonderful and caring service.
” With your suggestions, I also plan to cure myself of sleep apnea.”- Angela, Canada
“Your website has been most useful, and I have been able to make good use of your suggestions. Independently of your recommendation, I’ve gotten the CD’s that Sleep Tracks advertises, and I can tell you, they’ve made a HUGE difference in my quality of sleep. With your suggestions, I also plan to cure myself of sleep apnea. So thanks!”
“…it’s pleasing to know that I’m not alone in this dilemma and there are alternatives, which gives me hope.”- Magda, U.S.A.
“Thanks for all the useful information you forwarded to me, it’s pleasing
to know that I’m not alone in this dilemma and there are alternatives,
which gives me hope. Thanks for the work you do, really appreciate
people like you that challenges a belief or subscriptions from the
medical field, which some of us just accept – and not to our personal or
financial benefit at all.”
“Loved your book”- Jo C., Australia
“Hey Marc – Loved your book. Read it on vacation. The only treatment
that is a cure was not listed – Tracheotomy. Do you know if anyone got
I was diagnosised with mod-severe sleep apnea and cannot wear the cpap machine – I’m going to try again this week since surgery is the only other option. Thx for your literature!”
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“Marc….thanks for the good read. It will become a ‘must read’ for those who want to learn about sleep apnea treatments.”
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