Self-Help Products and Programs

By | January 31, 2016

Are There Any Other Products or Programs To Help With Sleep Apnea?

For those of you who may not have sleep apnea, there are many self-help products and programs on the market today, and because you are concerned about the efficiency of your breathing and the quality of your sleep, you may find many of them interesting:

  • Optimal Breathing Store and School Breathing Development, Research, Education, Services, Programs for Superior Health, Peak Performance, Self Expression & Life Extension. Self help and health practitioner training programs. For more information, click here.
  • Oxygen Enhanced Exercise and Rest Oxygen is critical to EVERY human function. Most often MORE IS BETTER.
  • Statistical guidelines for Optimal Breathing For state of the art breathing development I recommend the Optimal Breathing Mastery Kit developed by Michael Grant White at This kit includes 10 customized programs for
    • General breathing development
    • Deepest Calm for anxiety-panic, headaches, high blood pressure, pain reduction, emotional balance, stress management
    • Energy, Vitality, Mood Elevation
    • Focus, Concentration
    • Meditation enhancement
    • Smoke or Smoking Recovery
    • Shortness of breathing including Asthma, Bronchitis, COPD,  and Emphysema
    • Singing, Speaking and Personal Power
    • Sleeping and Snoring
    • Weight Management

It includes proprietary programs stemming from 85,000 Optimal Breathing test takers scores to glean the 5 most important skills in breathing and how to develop them in the shortest possible time.


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4 thoughts on “Self-Help Products and Programs

  1. Margaret

    I suspect I have sleep apnea, though I tested negative some years ago. This is the first time I’ve come across a comprehensive list of factors involved in self-help treatment. Several of them cross over to treatment for anxiety and depression, a major problem with me, probably lying at the base of my lesser problems. I’ve started using EFT Tapping which, although it’s not specifically mentioned above, is aligned with meditation. Do you know the technique? From the information I’ve gleaned from your post, I feel I should include sleep apnea in the tapping procedure. It still amazes me how many of our illnesses have a mental or emotional component.

    1. Shawn

      Hi Margaret,
      Thanks for your comments. I remember being tested about 6 years ago and they told me it wasn’t bad enough to warrant the use of a CPAP machine. My wife was not very pleased with that prognosis as she has felt that I’ve had sleep apnea for many years. I must say I’ve never heard of EFT Tapping. I think I may have to do a little research on the topic and perhaps incorporate it into my site. Thanks for sharing!

  2. luna

    Shawn I read around and I one question is, what to do when for example my partner suffer of sleep apnea but refuses help or any type of treatment.
    Is there a way to deal easily with it? Or get the person to understand the real issue and seek treatment?

    1. Shawn

      Hi Luna,
      That’s an excellent question. I did not believe my wife when she told me I snored like crazy and stopped breathing during the night. It’s only when I would wake up everyday and I would still feel exhausted that I started to believe her. It was when I started to wake myself up with my snoring that I finally decided I needed to get tested. For me, I ended up sleeping in another room for a few years but once I got tested and it was confirmed that I had sleep apnea and started using a CPAP device, everything improved and my wife is so happy that I can be in the same room and I don’t snore anymore. I hope your partner will change their mind and get tested, for both your sakes. Hope this helps!


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