“Is It Really Possible to Cure Your Sleep Apnea by Doing Simple, Centuries-Old Yoga Breathing Exercises?”

Read below to learn how yoga breathing exercises can strengthen your diaphragm, increase your oxygen intake ... and cure your sleep apnea

Marc MacDonald, M.Sc.

Independent Sleep Apnea Researcher

Ottawa, Canada


Dear Valued Customer,

Yoga is all the rage these days. Millions of people around the world are using yoga exercises to reduce stress, increase relaxation, and tone their bodies. But did you know that there are yoga breathing exercises that can help your sleep apnea?

It’s true!

The centuries-old practice of yoga includes many breathing exercises that are meant to strengthen the diaphragm and increase oxygen intake. And as you probably know, one of the biggest dangers of untreated sleep apnea is a reduction in the body’s intake of oxygen.

Without the right amount of oxygen, we experience fatigue and depression, and low oxygen levels can also lead to serious health conditions such as heart failure.

But there is hope! By following the yoga breathing exercises covered in this report, you’ll be well on your way to a stronger diaphragm and greater intake of oxygen into your body. The exercises in this report were written by an experienced yoga instructor specifically for sleep apnea sufferers. So go ahead and dive in!

Introducing ...

Yoga Breathing For Sleep Apnea: Your Complete Exercise Guide

Yoga Breathing for Sleep Apnea

It’s a little known fact that your diaphragm muscles can be a huge help in reducing sleep apnea. How? The diaphragm muscles are responsible for breathing – weak muscles mean your breathing isn’t as strong as it should be.

In this 24-page ebook you’ll be shown step-by-step how to improve your breathing using specific yoga exercises. Here’s some of the things you’ll learn from the ebook:

  • How an ancient yoga technique can help control your breath (and increase your awareness)
  • A ten-step breathing technique that will strengthen your diaphragm and improve oxygen slow
  • Two breathing exercises that will calm your mind and free your body of toxins
  • Four “sleep meditation” exercises that will help you sleep better tonight
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What Is Yoga Breathing?

What Is Yoga Breathing?

You might have thought yoga is all about people doing unbelievable body contortions like what you see on literature and television shows. But yoga is more than that. It primarily involves meditation and proper breathing.

The yoga breathing that this guide covers is the Pranayama yoga, one of the Eight Limbs in the Ashtanga Yoga concept. Pranayama is a Sanskrit word which literally means extension of the breath.

Yoga is Indian concept of mental, spiritual and physical workout whose origin dates back to ancient civilizations.

Based on the foundational text of Raja yoga, the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Pranayama makes one of the eight limbs of Ashtanga Yoga system that primarily revolves around breathing which is, in turn, a sign of life.

This guide vividly demonstrates how proper breathing is done through Pranayama yoga to treat your sleep apnea.​

Yoga Breathing For Sleep Apnea

We live a life that is full of challenges and stressful activities that make us feel exhausted, physically and emotionally, leaving us totally drained the rest of the day. Depending on your system's ability to cope with the stress, you may experience various stress-related medical conditions such as sleep disorders like snoring, insomnia and restless sleep.

Unlike other sleep disorders though, sleep apnea is not caused by stress or any form of external triggers. Rather, it is caused by one of three forms of physical triggers originating from within, namely: central sleep apnea (CSA), obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), and complex or mixed sleep apnea, of which OSA is the most common form that causes this particular sleep disorder.

Whatever type of sleep apnea you may have, proper breathing exercise is the key and you can possibly achieve that through Pranayama yoga.

In this guide, learn the three basic techniques of breathing that can help treat your sleep apnea.

This guide vividly demonstrates how proper breathing is done through Pranayama yoga to treat your sleep apnea.​

  • Deep Breathing
  • Bhastrika Breathing
  • Kapalbhati Breathing

Proper Techniques in Yoga Breathing

Breathing is a vital function and you don't even have to practice it, right? Wrong!

To treat your sleep apnea, you need to practice proper breathing. This guide will teach you the proper techniques of yoga breathing through a series of exercises which you need to do in stages—in their proper order.

The breathing exercises that you will learn from this guide are demonstrated in eight stages, of which each stage explains, in precise manner, every step of the way. So you won't find yourself scratching head figuring out how to perform each exercise.

The first four stages of this 8-stage breathing exercise require you to lie down while the second half requires you to sit down. These eight-stage exercise only require minimal or without close supervision from a yoga teacher. So basically you're on your own doing these exercises as they are quite simple to do.

  • Stage 1: The goal of this first lying-down exercise is to help you become attentive, invigorate your nerves, loosen up your lung movement and prepare your lungs for deep breathing.
  • Stage 2: This exercise basically teaches you the art of exhalation. Controlled exhalation is emphasized here with the aim of soothing your nerves and calming your brain.
  • Stage 3: This exercise focuses on the art of inhalation. In this stage, you will get to learn an inhalation technique that would invigorate your nervous system.
  • Stage 4: This last of a series of lying-down breathing exercise teaches you how to master your inhalation and exhalation skills, the effects of which are heightened energy and relaxed nerves.
  • Stage 5: This fifth breathing exercise is similar to stage 1, but requires you to sit down instead of lying down. This first sit-down breathing exercise emphasizes the art of observation that will lead to even breathing.
  • Stage 6: Like the stage 2, this exercise will enable you to learn how to lengthen the duration of your exhalation skill while sitting down.
  • Stage 7: This penultimate stage is the sit-down version of the lie-down breathing exercise of stage 3. Here you will learn the art of inhalation while in a sitting position.
  • Stage 8: This ultimate breathing exercise is also considered as the Ujjayi pranayama proper. Here, you will learn how to master your breathing skills the ultimate goal of which is the transmission of life-giving energy to all the vital parts of your body.

Learning The Sleep Meditation Techniques

This guide also demonstrates the four major techniques of sleep meditation that you can do to treat your sleep apnea. These four sleep meditation techniques include: Left Nostril Breathing, Clearing Your Mind, The Power Nap and Progressive Muscle Relaxation.

  • Left Nostril Breathing: As the name suggests, you'll get to learn how to breathe the proper way through your left nostril by blocking your right nostril with your fingers until you drift to sleep. You will also learn through this sleep meditation technique the concepts of breaths as you go through this exercise. This exercise requires you to assume a comfortable sleeping position on your bed.
  • Clearing Your Mind: This exercise emphasizes deep meditation through visualization of things or events that you have done and what you are going to do. You need to equip yourself any writing implement, but preferably a pen or pencil and a clean sheets of papers. Unused notebook or diary can be a good choice to scribble on your notes as you perform this exercise.
  • The Power Nap: Power nap is thought to be another excellent sleep meditation technique wherein you can adopt to treat your sleep apnea. This exercise doesn't need more than a simple sleeping position and an equally simple visualization of a clock as your virtual timer while you take your power nap.
  • Progressive Muscle Relaxation: This meditation technique is designed to allow the release of tensions from all parts of your body through progressive concentrations on each group of body parts until you drift to sleep.

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What People Are Saying About Yoga Breathing for Sleep Apnea

John Doe UI/UX Designer

“... got off CPAP machine within 7 months.”

I had blood pressure since 1998 and was put on Norvasc which developed edema in my legs, hence they changed to Cozar. I developed peripheral neuropathy in 2000 and sleep apnea in 2002. I was on Neurontin, and CPAP machine until 2007.

I started doing Pranayam (breathing exercises) since March 2007 to give company to a cancer patient providing moral support and to my surprise I got off the blood pressure within 3 months, got off CPAP machine within 7 months, and Neurontin within 9 months.

Currently I do not take any medicine for last over 2 years and teach Pranayam, vyayam and yoga anywhere where I live.

I believe many, if not all, diseases can be cured by living a disciplined life, a healthy lifestyle, and doing Pranayam, vyayam (physical exercises) and yogasans (commonly known as Yoga).”

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I was so discouraged and thought “what will I do that will give me the challenging workout running 6-8 miles a day does.” Just a couple weeks after practicing Yoga, the back pain was completely gone. 

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Yoga Helps Relieve Sleep Problems

“Yoga Can Help Relieve Chronic Insomnia”

A study published in Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback found yoga helped relieve chronic insomnia.

Researchers at Harvard Medical School in Boston taught 20 study participants yoga breathing, meditation and mantra (sacred sound recitation) in one training session.

The participants practiced the yoga treatment before bedtime on their own and with brief in-person and telephone follow ups for eight weeks. The subjects maintained a sleep-wake diary for two weeks prior to treatment and for eight weeks during the treatment period.

The participants’ sleep efficiency, total sleep time, total wake time, sleep onset latency, wake time after sleep onset, number of awakenings, and sleep quality measures were assessed from their sleep-wake diary entries.

Researchers found that the participants had significantly improved sleep efficiency, total sleep time, total wake time, sleep onset latency, and wake time after sleep onset at the end of treatment compared with before the treatment.

“Yoga is an effective treatment because it addresses insomnia’s physical and psychological aspects,” says study author Sat Bir Khalsa, Ph.D., assistant professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and associate neuroscientist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, in a statement.

Yoga Helps Ease Sleep Problems

A 2012 randomized study, published in the journal Menopause, found yoga helps ease sleep problems and menopausal symptoms in postmenopausal women. All the participants were not on hormone therapy and were diagnosed with insomnia.

Brazilian researchers assigned 44 menopausal women with insomnia to yoga, physical therapy stretches, or no treatment for four months. Questionnaires evaluating insomnia, menopause symptoms, anxiety and depression symptoms, stress, and quality of life were obtained from the participants.

The yoga and physical therapy groups participated in sessions two times per week. The yoga program included yoga stretches and Tibetan yoga breathing.

The researchers found that the yoga participants had significantly reduced insomnia severity and menopause symptoms and improved quality of life and stress resistance compared to the control group. In addition, the yoga group had significantly fewer sleep problems than the physical therapy group.

“This study showed that a specific sequence of yoga might be effective in reducing insomnia and menopausal symptoms as well as improving quality of life in postmenopausal women with insomnia,” the study authors conclude.​

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