“Do Your Eating Habits Cause Your Sleep Apnea?”

Find out how bad eating habits link to sleep apnea, and what you can do about it.


From the Desk of:

Marc MacDonald, M.Sc.

Independent Sleep Apnea Researcher 


Dear Valued Customer,

Do you love to eat? Fine—silly question. Of course who doesn’t love to eat; most of us love to eat.

However, eating can have an adverse effect to our health too if we don’t care about what, why and how we eat. Eating is only healthy if you eat the right food and at the right time. Otherwise, you will suffer from another medical disorder that may interfere with your sleeping habit—sleep apnea.

That is the very reason why I wrote and compiled this report, to share my professional expertise in the field of sleep apnea to as many patients as possible all over the world.


Stop Binge Eating: The Sleep Apnea Patient’s Guide

stop-binge-spiralIn this report, I carefully compiled all empirical and clinical reports based on the actual testimony of a patient who has recovered from both binge eating and sleep apnea.

I am quite aware of the growing number of people around the world suffering from sleep apnea, yet many of them haven’t found the proper treatment for their condition. There is no conclusive finding, though, as to why people suffering from sleep apnea failed to avail themselves of the treatment they badly need. However there are three probable reasons why it happens:

●  First, they refuse to acknowledge the true causes of sleep apnea. 

●  Second, they fail to see a qualified professional to conduct diagnostic procedures on them. 

●  Last, but certainly not the least, they lack knowledge about the true nature of sleep apnea and the triggers that aggravate it.

The lack of knowledge about sleep apnea prompted me to compile quite a number of comprehensive reports about sleep apnea and its causes.

Take note, however, that this report is designed primarily to serve as a guide only for patients who have long suffered this medical condition, rather than a replacement for the medical advice their doctors have given them.

My aim is to educate the patients about the medical disorders of binge eating as well as the sleep apnea itself.

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Please take note that this report focuses mainly on binge eating disorder rather than the sleep apnea itself. Because the author believes that you won’t be able to treat your sleep apnea unless you treat the underlying disorder that causes it.

Quite logical, isn’t it? The core of the problem therefore lies in one or more medical conditions that trigger sleep apnea.

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Now some of the dreaded questions hover in your head like, ‘Am I not going to eat the food I want anymore?’ or ‘Am I going to starve myself to death?’

Don’t be silly! You won’t be subjected to a torturous regimen to treat your binge eating disorder. Well, sort of. I mean, treating yourself from your binge eating disorder is something you might abhor for a while but, trust me, you will get used to it in no time.

But first let us discuss what sort of info will you get from

Stop Binge Eating: The Sleep Apnea Patient’s Guide

In the first part of this 6-chapter report, the quite extensive the nature of binge eating disorder will be discussed. That includes the factors that cause it such as the emotional state of the patient, his/her personal relationships with friends and relatives, and the society itself.

This guide has been a hit since it was first published due to its being concise and straightforward. An actual case of a patient who has successfully recovered from the condition was used, and presented in a manner by which the people can get lessons from.

You will particularly like the way this report is written. It is anecdotal in nature, based on the personal experience of the patient herself. You would feel as if the patient is personally narrating to you the whole experience she went through with utmost sincerity and candidness.

Chapter 1:

In the first chapter, the patient narrated her experience how she coped with social and emotional battle that binge eating disorder had thrown at her. In all sincerity, she recalled how binge eating disorder affected her social life to the point that she withdrew herself from the company of her friends and workmates and even kept a distance from her own parents and relatives, resulting to strained personal relationships.

There’s nothing more truthful than her candid story about her bout with binge eating disorder that prompted me, to document it in full and as vivid as possible in order to convey, in all honesty, to other people who are suffering similar conditions.

Chapter 2:

In the second chapter of this guide, the topic of “dieting” will be tackled. Is dieting good or bad?

Well, you will get to learn a lot of things from the patient’s actual experience with almost every popular diet program she could possibly fancy about trying. You would discover how desperate she was about her shape and weight and even her total look that she made that extra effort to ransack all the shelves in the book shops just to get hold of the latest copy of books on the latest diet fads.

Chapter 3:

This chapter is all about the very essence of this guide—treatment and recovery. Here, like a suspense drama, the road to the patient’s recovery is finally unfolding. You will get to know her attempt to finally seek help from a medical professional, a therapist, after a series of what seemed to be her life’s nightmares.

Chapter 4:

The fourth chapter discusses taking control of yourself after you successfully recover from the doldrums.

How did the patient successfully overcome her condition? In this chapter, you will be asked to recall any past experiences that may have triggered your binge eating. Like the patient, you have to shed off the outer shell that encapsulates your traumatic past experiences during your childhood like abuse of any sort, be it mentally, verbally or physically, in order to move on.

Chapter 5:

In the penultimate part of this guide, you will be able to learn how to control yourself as discussed in the preceding chapter. Instead of the urge of eating, you will be taught of ways on how to take your focus away from your condition, like learning to play sports. There are a lot of things that you can do to divert your attention from binge eating as suggested in the fifth chapter.

Chapter 6:

The final chapter of this report offers you a four-week post-recovery plan that you will surely enjoy as it is all about yourself already out of the horrible experience of binge eating disorder.

Has it caught your interest yet? If not, I’d be happy to remind you again on

Why You Need Your Copy Of

Stop Binge Eating: The Sleep Apnea Patient’s Guide

Knowing the method is totally different from actually doing it yourself. So if you are really serious about getting treatment of your condition, you need to have an accurate and reliable guide to help you in every step of the way.

To tell you, in all honesty, no other guide available in the market today is more comprehensive and as convincing as this one. Sure, there are tons of guides out there that are written in large volumes, but do they tell you the truth? Certainly, they do. But you have to scan all the pages to sift the essence of the matter.

This guide, on the other hand, doesn’t keep you guessing on what to anticipate next while reading each chapter. I know what you want to know from this guide—a quick yet comprehensive information about binge eating as it relates to sleep apnea.

While this is not meant to replace the advice given by your doctor, it is important that you have a guide that will help you decide to try on a less intrusive treatment method without causing adverse effects to your health.

You should remember that the natural method is the safest yet the cheapest way to treat binge eating disorder or sleep apnea.

Binge eating disorder can’t be treated by any drugs. So don’t be fooled by those profit-making entities who might want to take advantage of you.

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Marc MacDonald, M.Sc.

Independent Sleep Apnea Researcher

Ottawa, Canada