The very first thing you should focus on, if you want success, is to get great sleep. In my own experience, I noticed that when I didn’t get good sleep, I was less inclined to connect with people. I was agitated much more easily. I was not able to concentrate and be as creative as usual. I believe that this all contributes to less earnings potential. This TED talk is about success and great sleep (http://www.ted.com/talks/arianna_huffington_how_to_succeed_get_more_sleep?language=en). This article discusses the subject of career advancement and great sleep (http://jobs.aol.com/articles/2014/09/24/why-you-should-sleep-your-way-to-the-top/). In the article it states, “Getting ahead, moving up, mastery is a mentally challenging endeavor that demands resilience, consistency, and the ability to process an avalanche of new and complex information. Well-rested workers think faster, more creatively, and more clearly. When the brain has enjoyed enough R&R –rest and restoration –overall performance is improved. Confidence, leadership, and decision making are improved.”
Having severe sleep apnea was a blessing in disguise. It was painful in a lot of ways but I am happy to have gone through that. I gained a lot of emotional strength and I have more empathy for people that have this debilitating affliction. Since my sleep condition was so bad, I had to figure out every little improvement I could find. During that 2 year journey of researching a lot of different devices and theories, I learned what makes great sleep possible. At first, I thought it had to do with tongue exercises and tongue position. So, I spent a lot of time focusing on that. I found that tongue exercises didn’t help me at all. What I discovered was that posture directly affects the quality of sleep. After I figured that out, I created a simple upper body exercise and sleep position that helps prevent the throat from closing down. The upper body exercise squeezes the shoulder blades together while opening up the chest area and relaxing the neck muscles. The sleep position emphasizes that the hands should be at or above your head while sleeping. This helps maintain good posture while sleeping. I hope you receive the best sleep possible and heal yourself, as I have.
I found a company that sells an amazingly comfortable and ergonomic recliner chair and I get great sleep in it. Unfortunately, it is quite expensive. If you have severe sleep apnea, you know that getting just one good night of sleep is a dream come true. So, if you can afford it, do it. It feels great. When you use it, don’t recline all the way back because you may still experience sleep apnea in that position.
However, I think that you can overcome Snoring and Sleep Apnea by reading my free eBook (http://wp.me/P5950Y-d).