If you are one of the many people who suffer from sleep apnea then there must be a couple of questions that go through your mind. In this article we will answer those questions.

Are there any exercises I can do to help relieve sleep apnea?

There are 3 exercises that can help treat sleep apnea.

Here are those 3 exercises:

1. Tongue Exercises

– Tongue exercises involve vocalization and maneuvering your tongue in various positions at least 30 minutes a day.
– These exercises strengthen the tongue and prevent it from obstructing the airway.

2. Singing

– Singing is a form of exercise that strengthens the muscles in the airway.
– By strengthening the muscles in the airway, you prevent them from collapsing and obstructing the airway.

3. Blowing On A Didgeridoo

– Blowing on this ancient Australian wind instrument has the same effect with singing.
– It requires less practice than singing.

These exercises can easily be found on the internet, complete with pictures and instructions.

Does sleep apnea cause difficulty breathing in the daytime?

Sleep apnea causes breathing pauses during sleep. It does not cause breathing pauses when you are awake. The reason behind this is that breathing when you are awake is not as slow compared to when you are asleep.

The breathing requirements when you are awake cause the muscles in the body to constantly contract, including the muscles in the airway. This prevents these muscles from obstructing the airway.

Can sleep apnea cause loss of energy?

Yes, sleep apnea can definitely cause you to lose energy during the day. The reason behind this is that the body repairs itself when you sleep. The sleeping disorder deprives you of sleep. When you are deprived of sleep, you also deprived of the body’s regenerative abilities.

Here are the things that you miss out on when you lack sleep:

– Regeneration of the cells
– Development of muscles

These 3 questions are what a lot of people who suffer from the condition ask themselves. Unfortunately, most of them do not know the answers to these 3 questions.

The sleeping disorder has still a lot of areas that have yet to be uncovered. However, thanks to the valiant efforts of specialists, researchers, and alternative practitioners, we are now getting closer to uncovering more information about the disorder and how to effectively treat it.

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