Welcome to Breath-Taking at Night
You’d be shocked at how many health disorders are related to, if not caused by, faulty breathing during sleep. While many people feel there’s nothing they can do about snoring or waking frequently at night, they’d be just a surprised to know there’s more you can do about it than you think.
What I'm asking you to do today, is to at least consider the possibility that a poor nights' sleep may be a significant aggravating factor, that could lead to, significant disruption in one's mental health and certain physical health conditions. You and I know that you can’t possibly have your highest brain power, do your best performance and function at your highest level when you are chronically fatigued and drained from lack of deep restful sleep.
Take the Quiz below to see if you may have a Sleep/Breathing Dysfunction:
______Do you have trouble falling asleep, or have trouble getting back to sleep once you wake up in the middle of the night
______Have you been diagnosed with Obstructive Sleep Apnea
______Do you drink alcohol at night before bed
______Do you have to get up multiple times a night to urinate
______Do you have a dry mouth in the morning
______Do you sleep with your mouth open
______Are you fatigued in the morning
______Do you rarely feel truly well rested
______Do you wake up frequently in the middle of the night
______Do you consider yourself a ‘light sleeper’
______Do you snore
______Do you have a stuffy nose
______Do you eat within 2 hours of going to bed
______Do you wake up sweaty or have hot flashes
If you answered YES to Any of the above symptoms, you likely have a Breathing Dysfunction at Night.
It is not manditory, by highy recommended that you complete The Breath-Taking Basic couse prior to attending this course, as it covers the basic information you are expected to be familiar with.
** After payment for this class is received, you will be provided a link, access code and instructions the next business day **