Sandy Thomas

“I can now say that I have been cured. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!”

Dear Marc,

I have been planning to write to you for several weeks. I was diagnosed with severe sleep apnea last December, and endured six weeks of CPAP treatment that provided no relief.

Then I purchased your piece about alternative treatments. I can now say that I have been cured. Thank you! Thank you! thank you!

I no longer have to endure the dreaded CPAP mask, and can now sleep as a normal human being.

I have regained my ability to sleep solely by using your recommended breathing exercises.

(I was going to try acupuncture next, but fortunately didn’t have to pay for that option.) Thanks again for bringing natural sleep back into my life! Sincerely,

Sandy Thomas – C.E. (Sandy) Thomas, Ph.D. Clean Energy Consultant (former President of H2Gen Innovations, Inc.)

Dr. Brian Wright

“Well done on a great piece of work!”

Thank you for sending me the initial draft of your ebook/guide. I’ve had a good read and must admit it’s certainly a guide to be proud of.

The writing ‘voice’ is friendly and/ informative without being condescending, the whole guide has a positive thread running through it and no negativity which is good.

Love the conclusion and especially like the point of telling people they’re not alone with their OSA, very important.

There are helpful references throughout and the case studies are a great human touch addition……by the way I recognise these people so I’m guessing I’ve seen them somewhere along the way!

Really like the images and illustrations…..laughed at the woman with her mouth taped shut, adds humour but doesn’t undermine the serious issue of OSA.

Personally I really like it and actually wouldn’t alter anything. The balance is spot on perfect…..relaxed but helpful.

Well done on a great piece of work!

Dr. Brian Wright Speech Language Pathologist Email: slpbrian.w at gmail dot com

T. Clark

Marc, The exercise have been very helpful. I adopted the three exercises to strengthen my palate and neck muscles. Been doing them for 10 days and already I can tell a difference, as I feel more and more refreshed each morning. Thanks for the tips! I am holding off on the purchase of a mechanical contraption to see how far I can take this. According to the sleep apnea report my involvement is mild so I hope the exercises will help me avoid CPAP or an oral appliance and the attendant costs as I am retired on a limited income! Thanks again for your help!

T. Clark Fayetteville Arkansas

Jokke

Good morning Marc, This morning I woke up with a clear head and you know what, I have to thank you for that!!!! So far I have done occasionally some of the 4 basic exercises, and they seem to work for me. Have a nice weekend! With regards from Finland, Jokke

Jokke Avainlippu Oy, Finland

Helen Smith

Thanks Marc, I sure am finding the exercises valuable, as I have just recently been diagnosed with sleep apnoea your exercises seem to be improving the way I feel!

Helen Smith Denver, Colorado

Steve Fanelli

I am doing the exercises (albiet inconsistently) and seeing results. Thank you for what you do!

It did not take long, after doing the exercises you recommend, to strengthen my throat muscles, jaw, palate and to see results.

I was diagnosed (less than a year ago) with severe sleep apnea.

However, after reading your materials educating me on what OSA is, what its causes are, and what can be done about it, I sleep much better at night (pun intended).

Anyway, I have been doing the exercises (albeit inconsistently) and seeing results.

Imagine what can be done if (should be “when”) I’m consistently practicing these exercises!

I’m looking forward to whatever else you share in the future re: OSA. Thank you for what you do. I’m very grateful.

Steve Fanelli

Mary Tolentino, MD

“I am sure that if you follow the exercises religiously and follow the other suggestions in the program your condition (or that of your loved one) will improve”

When I first heard of this project, I was truly elated.

As a working mother with two children 14 years apart, it was difficult to cope with sleep apnea since I had to be vigilant at night – when they are most at risk and go to work the following day.

Needless to say all three of us lacked the energy; my eldest daughter had difficulty in concentrating in school while lack of sleep made it almost impossible for me to keep my temper in check.

Therapy is costly in terms of time, energy and money; which brings me back to why I am glad this e-book is off the ground and in your hands.

The exercises are similar to those my children were taught with a twist – they are better because there are inputs from not just one speech pathologist but many consultants.

In effect, you are multiplying the benefits.

My youngest daughter who has Down’s syndrome responded very well to the new exercises I found in the book.

I’ve had a week to try out the exercises and she has been sleeping more quietly these last two nights – and I’ve been waking up chirpier.

She’s also lost weight lately and I’m sure that this factor counts a lot.

I am sure that if you follow the exercises religiously and follow the other suggestions in the e-book your own condition (or that of your loved one) will improve.

Be patient as individual conditions vary and so does response to therapy.

Mary Tolentino, MD Manila, Philippines

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Mike

“My snoring has all but stopped now and I’m not gasping for breath as I was, my wife and I now share the same bed once again”

“My obstructive sleep apnea was destroying my life and my marriage. My wife couldn’t sleep and we ended up in separate bedrooms.

The snoring was an issue true enough-but she couldn’t sleep next to me out of fear.

She honestly thought I was going to pass away in my sleep and hated the CPAP machine as much as I did.

My GP suggested seeing a speech language pathologist. Well, I have to admit I had my reservations but I’m so glad I went. I would never stop my oropharyngeal exercises.

I started doing them 4 times daily and now do them twice daily. I do a series of 8 exercises.

My snoring has all but stopped now and I’m not gasping for breath as I was, my wife and I now share the same bed once again.

The CPAP machine has become redundant and now lives in the back of our wardrobe!

My advice to anyone, young or old, no matter how long you’ve been a sufferer for, go along to your GP and enquire about seeing a speech language pathologist.

The oropharyngeal exercises are such a natural ‘treatment’ compared to the CPAP mask, they are well worth the effort.

My apnea has been reduced by approximately 70-80% since completing the exercises regularly.”

Mike aged 67, Kent, UK

Linda

“…now I’m ‘the best mummy in the world’. Before I was the ‘grumpiest’!”

“My Obstructive Sleep Apnea has been reduced by roughly 60% since starting the exercises.

My husband has, at last, shut up about my snoring!

A tip from me if you’re going to start some oropharyngeal exercises: gargle with some lukewarm water for a minute prior to exercising.

I find this helps to relax my throat.

I would never stop my exercise routine, my life’s so very different now. I am more awake and full of energy for my daughter.

Apparently now I’m ‘the best mummy in the world’. Before I was the ‘grumpiest’”!

Linda aged 35, Yorkshire, UK

P. Jafari

“Wow, the exercises really are working!”

“Hello Marc!

Wow, the exercises really are working! I have been doing all of them because I wanted to get relief as quick as possible, and today my wife said that last night she didn’t hear me snoring at all.

When I completely relax my throat muscles now, air can pass through without any snoring noise, and 2 days ago when I did this no air could get through.

Really grateful that you made this program!

P. Jafari Ontario, Canada