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Old 05-23-2013, 11:26 AM   #5
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I had Apnea.

I found that I couldn't wear the machines.

As soon as I would fall asleep, I would unconsciously strip the gear off my head.

Some reports claim that playing the "Didgeridoo"—a Traditional Aboriginal wind instrument helps.

Twenty minutes daily seems sufficient.

I enjoyed "Playing" mine. I never mastered "Circular Breathing" or got anything but varying pitched Drones...

But I did it for about an hour daily, for about six months.

My Apnea vanished.

I get a good solid six hours or more of sleep each night and I sometimes sleep on my back for 20-30 minutes—and that is with a 26 pound Rat Terrier that climbs in and out of the bed—using me as a stepping stone—a dozen times or more nightly.

I got away from playing my Didgeridoo, but though its been a couple years since I played it regularly, the good results remain.

{I keep meaning to start regular Practice again...}

Try it In Addition to, Not Instead of Conventional Remedies...

And your results may not be as rewarding as mine.

Modern Didgeridoos - For Sleep Apnea - The Didgeridoo Store


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