It’s a little known fact that singing can cure obstructive sleep apnea – but only if your OSA is caused by weak or flabby muscles in your upper airway.

If your apnea is caused solely by a structural problem (such as a nasal blockage, e.g. a deviated septum), singing therapy is much less likely to help you.singing_exercises_for_sleep_apnea

If you’re a candidate for singing therapy for sleep apnea, here’s one simple
singing exercise you can do at home.

Related: Please click here to get ALL of the singing exercises required to cure sleep apnea

If you would like to hear this exercise in action, please click the arrow below:


This exercise uses the vowel sounds “yah” and “ah ah.”

Singing Exercise Steps:

1. Feel your soft palate rise with the sound as you do when you yawn. And let your mouth open wide and the back of your tongue move down and forward.

2. Pull the back of your throat wide open.

3. Breathe in now, and ready?

4. Sing, ascending twice: “yah-ah-ah-ah ah. ah. yah-ah-ah-ah ah. ah.”

5. Then descend: “yah-ah-ah-ah ah. ah. yah-ah-ah-ah-ah.”

Good. Relax.

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That is just one example of a singing exercise you can do at home. There are others that can help you tone and strengthen your mouth and throat muscles.

If you’d like to learn all of the songs that are meant for sleep apnea, please click here.

Points to Remember:

  • When you start your singing therapy for sleep apnea, you don’t have to worry about tune.
  • As long as you aim for energy and precision, you will be fine.
  • Start gently and move along as you get used to the exercises.
  • Patience is key with this type of therapy because it may take a while for you to see results from it. But once you do, the time spent doing these exercises will be all worth it.

Interested in learning more about singing therapy for sleep apnea? Please click here to find out how you can cure your sleep apnea in the next 60 days with singing therapy.


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