Singing has been proven effective for a host of health ailments, including depression, stroke, and mood disorders. But only recently has it been tested in clinical trials on sleep apnea patients.
Similar to mouth and throat exercises, singing therapy strengthens the muscles of the upper airway, so your muscles stay firm when you’re asleep. When your throat muscles are firm, your upper airway stays open – so no more sleep apnea!
The challenge, though, is finding the RIGHT songs to sing, to get the best upper airway workout.
My Singing for Sleep Apnea Program has been specially designed to show you the EXACT singing exercises you need to do – and your instructor is a professional singer and singing teacher!
Here’s a look at some of the goodies you’ll get in the Singing for Sleep Apnea Program:
- A no-fluff 25-page guide with all you need to know to start your singing exercises, including step-by-step instructions on how to do 13 targeted singing exercises, tips on how to prepare for the singing exercises, and more);
- 13 instructional audios by noted singing teacher Emily Tucker (these audios have been created specifically for sleep apnea sufferers, and provide step-by-step instruction on each individual singing exercise); and much more!