Book: Breathless Sleep... no more by Paul Rodriguezcategories: Book, Sleep, CPAP, Snoring, Breathless, Yawning, Gasping, Restless, Sleep Apnea, Headaches, Hyperventilation, Anxiety, Insomnia, Sleep Disorders
Paul Rodriguezabout this book: If someone offered you the chance to tackle the causes of your ill health when you were at your lowest both mentally and physically would you take that opportunity?
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Would you be content to treat only the symptoms of your ill health by simply taking medication or by using conventional medical equipment?
I developed severe obstructive sleep apnea at a time when my legal career was at its peak. My city based legal practice was flourishing. Apart from managing my legal practice I was also raising my two young children and looking after ill parents.
Something had to give – and it was my health.
After trying conventional breathing aids including CPAP and the odd sleeping pill I took control of my health following my participation in a breathing re-education course. The course was based upon a discovery by a Ukranian Physiologist, Professor Konstantin Buteyko.
I no longer needed to tolerate and rely upon CPAP.
The quality of my sleep improved dramatically – as did my general health. A profound sense of well being accompanied my newfound good health.
My mother suffered with obstructive sleep apnea and the lack of any resolution of her condition before her death inspired me to write a book about how I was fortunate in learning how to transform my breathless sleep into restorative sleep. I spent several years researching scientific studies of the scientific, medical and physiological concepts behind the Buteyko Breathing Method.
Dr Jill McGowan Ed.D, MN(Ed & Mngt),Dip.Fed(Mst) Dip CPN, RGN, RNMD says in her review:
This is a must read for anybody with a sleep problem as it gives a clear concise explanation of the functions of nasal vs mouth breathing and the impact this has on all body functions. It is a well written and explained account of one of the most complex systems of the body and the impact caused by its dysfunction.
Dr Alan Ruth BSc, MA, PhD, MBA has said in his review:
This book will inspire sleep apnea sufferers to take control of their condition by normalising their breathing, and as a result, significantly improve their health and quality of life. I also recommend this book to health care professionals who are involved in treating patients with OSA.
I believe that we are on this earth to live our life in the best way we can. In doing so we must know what our mind and body need to function optimally. When we learn what we need for optimum health it is our duty to share it – just as Professor Buteyko has with his life changing discovery.
It is my enduring wish to relieve people from their breathless sleep.
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