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Millions of people suffer from sleep apnea and the majority go undiagnosed. If left untreated, sleep apnea can be fatal. The condition is associated with health conditions such as high blood pressure, heart attack, and stroke. However, the most commonly prescribed form of treatment (CPAP) is often discontinued due to discomfort. Thankfully, sleep apnea treatment without a CPAP is possible. Lifestyle changes may improve mild sleep apnea while custom dental appliances and alternative airway pressure treatments may help moderate to severe cases. In some instances, surgery may be helpful. You don’t have to be tied to a CPAP for life. Find the treatment option that will work best for you and get a better handle on your quality of life, sleep, and health.
Bad breath, dry mouth, and drool. We’re taught that these are simple realities of sleep. But they’re actually a result of a harmful habit: mouth breathing. We mouth breathe for a variety of reasons, such as nasal congestion caused by allergies or illness. This can wreck the quality of our sleep, activate stress hormones, put stress on the heart, and more. By nasal breathing instead, we can amend our sleep and our health. But how do you break the habit? There are several different approaches that may help, but if they don’t provide a proper lip seal, you’re still bound to mouth breathe. Luckily, mouth tape can save the day (and night).
Many people are desperate to achieve a good night’s sleep. And many people’s partners are desperate to find a solution that stops snoring in its tracks. Nasal dilators work to widen the nostrils, opening the nasal cavity in a non-invasive and non-medicated way that works to reduce snoring. Out of all internal and external nasal dilators, the Airmax Nasal Dilator has proven to be one of the most effective on the market. There’s just one problem: their appearance makes them intimidating to new users. Once you master how to use an Airmax Nasal Dilator, combine it with mouth tape strips for your best chance at quality, snore-free sleep.
Breathing is an automatic process. Or is it? The way you breathe may be based on habit rather than necessity. If you breathe through your mouth, for example, you are causing more harm than good within your body. Nasal breathing, on the other hand, is how we were designed to breathe. Our sleep quality and health revolve around the nose. The nose produces nitric oxide, a miracle molecule that keeps our bodies functioning at their maximum efficiency. Nasal breathing during the day is achievable, but what about at night? Physical aids like mouth tape ensure that we can nasal breathe even while asleep, boost our health while we dream, and even prevent snoring!
A large number of Americans suffer from sleep apnea. Many go undiagnosed or give up on treatment, which can be detrimental to one’s health. Sleep apnea leads to periods of shallow breathing or periods where breathing stops altogether. As a result, oxygen levels in the blood can reach dangerous lows. Over time, low oxygen causes a multitude of health problems, including an increased risk of cardiac arrest (or even death). That’s why it’s so important to treat sleep apnea consistently and efficiently. Your sleep quality (and life) literally depend on it.
The Oxygen Advantage, created by Patrick McKeown, is largely recognized and followed in the breathwork community. But what is it and how can it help to boost our health?
Our bodies are made up of intricate systems all working together to keep us functioning at our best. But did you know that your body produces a miracle molecule that plays a role in the function of nearly every organ? This molecule is called nitric oxide. 
As many as half of all sleep apnea sufferers stop using their CPAP machines due to uncomfortable masks and clunky equipment. Luckily, there are less invasive, low-profile mask alternatives on the market. However, if you’re a mouth breather, your doctor likely won’t recommend them. Or you’ll be stuck wearing a chin strap along with your new mask. Mouth breathing not only disrupts sleep, it puts your health at risk. Nasal breathing, on the other hand, helps the body function like a well-oiled machine. Mouth tape creates a proper lip seal that is non-invasive and comfortable to help you nasal breathe all night long. Best of all, you can use it in combination with your CPAP for improved sleep, comfort, and peace of mind.
If you deal with sleep apnea, you may think that an uncomfortable CPAP mask is simply a part of your condition that you have to learn to accept. However, uncomfortable sleep with a cumbersome mask doesn’t have to be the norm. There are low-profile options on the market with a natural fit that allow you to move comfortably as you sleep. The least invasive of these is a CPAP nose pillow, which rests gently under the nostrils. This type of fit is especially helpful for side sleepers who toss and turn throughout the night. Before you suffer through another unbearable, sleepless night, look into whether or not a CPAP nose pillow is right for you and your needs.
Taping your mouth at night sounds like yet another health fad to roll your eyes at. However, the technique is actually backed by science, which is certainly nothing to scoff at. 

Something as automatic as breathing doesn’t need to be delved into, right? Wrong. The way you breathe affects the way your entire body functions. If you breathe through your mouth, you’re harming your body, mind, and health. That’s why it’s so vital to learn how to stop being a mouth breather. 

The keys to being a great football player are well understood. But what if we told you there was a little-known way to give you an edge over your competition? And what if it was as simple as changing how you breathe?