STOP Your Snoring and Fix Sleep Apnea…Breathe Easy & Healthier! Dr. Mandell

Is consistent snoring disturbing your sleep? Or disturbing your partner’s sleep? This type of unhealthy pattern is likely caused by obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA. OSA involves impaired breathing during sleep due to narrowing of the upper airway. It is primarily caused by muscle weakness and structural changes of the oral anatomy. I will share with you numerous exercises and strategies to help correct these conditions. Dr. Mandell

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  • @RonWesterbeek says:

    Love these exercises 🎉thanks doc.

  • @Amelia_single_again.. says:

    I love how you address this topic with such honesty.

  • @marlatiangsinggalveriopere2305 says:

    Thank you Doc for this healthy tips God bless

  • @LizzieMcgraw says:

    Can’t wait to see what else you have up your sleeve!

  • @obangmariano6702 says:

    ❤thanks for sharing😇❤😇God bless😇

  • @victorialangdon5645 says:

    I think it will help with double chin etc, great thank you will be doing everyday. Can’t wait to see my family’s reaction – I don’t care 😁

  • @loriweitzel says:

    I can already tell I’m gonna feel it in my tongue and jaw tomorrow!

  • @user-cg6js4ng3e says:

    I will definitely ask my husband to do these! Thank you!!

  • @laveraharper9698 says:

    Doctor Mandell, i would talk for a spell, but I don’t have time 😊 I have my work cut out for me today ❤ I can’t wait to do these exercises again ❤️ Love to you Doctor Mandell for your time toward each of us ❤️

  • @YoursSaaho says:

    Dear Doctor.. Please make a video for reducing Double Chin PLEASE Doctor Mandell

  • @evangelinewoodcock1695 says:

    I will try thie exercises hopefully this is the answers for my prayers thankful to you Dr.mandel God abides u for healing ideas ❤❤❤

  • @KevinStock12 says:

    The two most important aspects of correcting sleep disordered breathing (aka snoring and sleep apnea) is fat loss and learning to maintain proper oral posture (tongue resting on palate, lips sealed, and nasal breathing). There were some good exercises here in training the tongue to help maintain the necessary muscle tone!


    Who knew my mouth and tongue has so many muscles!! Thank you

  • @susanwill6351 says:

    My son recently had a sleep study for snoring; one of the documented prolonged pauses was 2.58 minutes. He of course was recommended to go on CPAP, which he won’t use because he can’t stay asleep while hooked up. I will definitely forward this on to him.

    • @marydoughten1151 says:

      You could check out a dental mouthpiece used for sleep apnea. I got one & it helps. I had mild sleep apnea.

  • @dayamitrasaraswati6276 says:

    Thank you Dr Mandell. As one gets older it’s important to keep these muscles strong. I’ll give these a go and show them to my husband as well. Never know, I may be able to move back into the bedroom if I don’t have to listen to the thunder of snoring. 🤣

  • @lizcummings2785 says:

    Love you, Dr. Mandell!

  • @feliciastruse7687 says:

    Dr Alan Mandel, thank you so much. I have learnt so much from your programs. My life is never the same. Big transformation. God bless.

  • @badger31738 says:

    Thanks doc, I had my husband watch this because he has obstructive sleep apnea. He even snores when he’s on his stomach. He is obese. Thank you for your suggestions. God Bless 🙏🏼

  • @rayesmany5470 says:

    You are changing my life!!🤗🤗🤗

  • @saleemahfareed4495 says:

    thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you, thanks for sharing ❤😊

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