Book: Relief from Snoring and Sleep Apnea

$29.95

A step-by-step guide to restful sleep and better health through changing the way you breathe.

Also helpful for people with ASTHMA, CHRONIC COUGH, NASAL PROBLEMS, ANXIETY, PANIC ATTACKS and to ENHANCE SPORTS PERFORMANCE.
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Australian and NZ customers buy here (above)  RRP = $29.95  (AUD).   (Penguin Aus 2012)

International customers may purchase above or through Amazon  HERE – INTERNATIONAL

Relief from Snoring and Sleep Apnea: A step-by-step guide to restful sleep and better health through changing the way you breathe.  Author Tess Graham.

Sleepless nights are a common curse yet many people think snoring and sleep apnoea are things you just put up with, whether you’re the partner or the sufferer. But if left untreated, these sleep disorders can lead to poor concentration and drowsiness, memory problems, impaired work performance, relationship breakdowns, irritability, and even high blood pressure, heart disease and strokes. Many have gone to drastic lengths to fix these conditions – going to expensive clinics, buying elaborate equipment, and undergoing surgery – when in fact the solution could be as simple as changing the way you breathe.

After 23 years of clinical experience, Tess Graham has successfully helped  thousands of sufferers. In this practical guide she reveals the good breathing habits that can help you overcome the dysfunctional breathing linked to sleep apnoea, snoring, asthma, nasal problems, emphysema, chronic anxiety and panic attacks.

Her 5-day program is quick, easy-to-follow and effective.  It concludes with techniques to improve exercise capacity and sports performance.

By learning to breathe more gently, slowly and quietly you can significantly improve your sleep and your health, boost your energy levels, and subsequently enjoy better quality of life.

Relief from Snoring and Sleep Apnea shows you how to get back to basics with your breathing, so you can enjoy a good night’s rest, naturally. 

While it is specifically written for people with sleep-breathing issues, the information and strategies there for improving breathing may also be of help to people with asthma, breathlessness, persistent cough, nasal problems, insomnia, anxiety, panic attacks and other breathing-related disorders.

Reviews for Relief from Snoring and Sleep Apnea 

 (With Foreword by eminent Australian cardiologist, health media presenter and bestselling author – Dr Ross Walker)
“We can’t opt out of breathing. We can do it well, or we can do it poorly. Relief from Snoring and Sleep Apnea is an invaluable resource for those of us determined to maintain or restore good breathing, good health and quality sleep.”
— DR ROSS G T WALKER FRACP Consultant Cardiologist (FROM FOREWORD)
“Distressed breathing patterns, as occur with snoring and anxiety, are common in my clients. Sleep deprivation due to snoring just adds to strain on a relationship. An essential complement to my work has been referral of clients for breathing retraining. Relief from Snoring and Sleep Apnea will be an invaluable resource for my patients.”
— PETER FOX. BSc MSc MACPA Clinical Psychologist Couple Therapist.
Hi, my name is David and I’m a snorer and it’s been 15 days since I last snored.
I no longer stop breathing – known as sleep apnoea – and the missus doesn’t get woken up by the tiles rattling to the tune of my thunderous opera.It’s been a remarkable turnaround in a few short weeks since Relax editor, Karen Hardy, sent around an email asking for a human guinea pig. Tess Graham had written a book, called Relief from Snoring and Sleep Apnea, and it was my nasal passages’ job to put both her and her book through their paces.
— DAVID POLKINGHORNE Excerpt from Canberra Times – Relax- Sunday Oct 21 2012
“Tess explains things in a completely common sense way. I found the section on exercising incredibly interesting and helpful. My breathing while exercising is becoming more regular and less random and I notice that I usually feel better on the days I walk more – of course, with my mouth shut!”
— EMILY (UK)

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Reviews

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    DR ROSS G T WALKER FRACP Consultant Cardiologist – We can’t opt out of breathing. We can do it well, or we can do it poorly. Relief from Snoring and Sleep Apnoea is an invaluable resource for those of us determined to maintain or restore good breathing, good health and quality sleep. Tess Graham’s easy-to-follow program shows us how to breathe the way nature intended – silently, gently and rhythmically. I, for one, sleep better for having read this book.

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    Emily UK – Tess explains things in a completely common sense way. I found the section on exercising incredibly interesting and helpful. My breathing while exercising is becoming more regular and less random and I notice that I usually feel better on the days I walk more – of course, with my mouth shut!

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    DANICA – More than a nice to know – a need to know. By Danica, June 5, 2013 (AMAZON review)
    For all suffering from snoring, sleep apnoea or just sleeping bad.There’s such a wisdom to be learned.
    Read it and your wife will love you even more ….. she’s getting her beauty sleep from now on!

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    DR KIM GLASS MB ChB – This book gives a full description of the technique for getting your breathing right as well as wonderful case studies of people who have been relieved from the debilitating effects of poor sleep, snoring and sleep apnoea. My patients have found it extremely helpful and I’m so pleased to have this resource to recommend to them.

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    CHRIS WALLACE BA BEc MBA author & journalist – If you have a parent, a spouse, a son or daughter with sleep-breathing problems, this is a must-read book. It guides you through a simple, natural and effective approach – one that has been all but overlooked in a medical system focused on high-tech surgical and appliance-based approaches to what is fundamentally a problem of faulty breathing habits. Isn’t it just common sense to learn to breathe correctly?

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