The Breathing Wellness Movement is a global movement towards optimal health and vitality through a singular focus on three foundational components—airway, breathing, and sleep.
A healthy, open, and fully functioning airway leads to proper breathing, especially at night which promotes a deep sleep and the rejuvenation our bodies need for optimum health and wellness.
Around the world healthcare providers are beginning to pay careful attention to the overall health benefits of healthy breathing during sleep. Compromised breathing during sleep, such as obstructive sleep apnea, has been connected to several health conditions which can be serious and even life-threatening.
Sleep apnea is a common sleep disorder. People who suffer from this condition stop breathing intermittently while sleep.
Obesity – Increased Neck Circumference – Narrow or Obstructed Airway – Nasal Obstruction or Congestion – Alcohol Abuse – Drug Abuse – Sleep Aids or Sedatives
Receded Lower Jaw – Swollen Tonsils or Adenoids – Enlarged Tongue – Underdeveloped Upper Jaw – Enlargement or Elongation of the soft palate