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The Importance of exercise for Sleep Apnoea


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The warm steam reduces inflammation in the airways, moisturizes mucous membranes, and transforms mucus into more liquid so it would be simpler to cough out, therefore it will improve your health and quality of life.


Warm steam reduces mucus and blockage, minimizing the danger of respiratory diseases.


Counter pressure breathing also helps strengthen respiratory muscles and improves the quality of inhalation and exhalation

Breathing Exercises as Remedies for Snoring and Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea and other sleep-disorders, such as snoring, must be taken seriously as not only they can be annoying, but also a serious health problem. It can result in sleep disruptions and may even require some individuals to sleep in separate bedrooms. To avoid these complications, it's normal if you wish to overcome your snoring issue.

According to experts, over 26% of adults between the ages of 30 and 70 suffer from obstructive sleep apnea and associated symptoms. This data indicates that sleep apnea has become more widespread in recent years. While the causes for this increase are varied and without a single identifiable cause, one thing is certain: an increasing number of people are suffering from this terrible ailment.

For people who snore lightly, research has shown that mouth and throat exercises can assist tone the muscles surrounding the airway, reducing the frequency and volume of snoring. Similarly, it has been demonstrated that the same mouth and throat exercises, such as breathing exercise for sleep apnea, treat mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea.

Why do We Snore and What is Sleep Apnea?

It's during sleep that the gap behind our tongue gets smaller and the surrounding tissue relaxes. When we inhale and exhale, the tissue in our lungs flutters and makes a noise similar to that of a flag in the wind. If you snore, it's because your throat's floppy tissue is vibrating from the airflow caused by your breathing process. Obstructive sleep apnea is caused by a lack of movement in the airway. Sleep deprivation and hypoxia are possible side effects.

Other effects can occur due to the well-known and obvious snoring that indicates sleep apneic condition, such as forgetfulness and inability to concentrate in the workplace or when driving or talking on the phone. People with untreated sleep apnea run the risk of developing more serious health problems. This is when breathing exercise for sleep apnea comes in handy.

Breathing exercise for sleep apnea or snoring

Similar to how frequent visits to the gym can help tone your arms, practicing breathing exercise for sleep apnea can help strengthen your mouth and airway muscles. Tighter muscles are less likely to be floppy and flutter.

As sleep apnea is caused by the throat muscles inappropriately swelling and obstructing airflow, strengthening those muscles may help them retain greater tension during sleep, thereby keeping your airways clear. Numerous studies have established a link between oral workouts or breathing exercise for sleep apnea and symptom reduction in sleep apnea.

According to studies, the most effective treatment is to perform breathing exercises for snoring for at least 10 minutes every day. The exercises are typically performed two to three times per day by the majority of people.

You shouldn't expect the snoring exercises to work overnight, just as you shouldn't expect any other type of workout to provide noticeable results. They are convenient in that they do not necessitate the use of specialized gym equipment and can be performed practically anywhere without restriction. 

Fortunately, breathing exercise for sleep apnea or snoring can be supported by non-medicated treatment which is a breathing exercise device.

Breathing exercise for sleep apnea

Below are several breathing exercises for sleep apnea that you can do at home:

Tongue Exercise

The tip of your tongue should be pressed against the roof of your mouth, also referred to as the hard palate, and the tongue should be moved backward. This practice should be repeated 20 times. It can make a significant difference in the strength of your tongue and the reduction of sleep apnea symptoms.

Tongue exercise can include: tongue slide, tongue stretch, tongue push up and tongue push down. 

Fake Yell

You should have your mouth wide open and a downward-pointing tongue. Your tongue should be positioned as far out as possible.. Stick your tongue out, and raise your uvula, a little fleshy portion in the back of your throat. Make sure you're lifting your uvula correctly by looking in a mirror. Your ability to feel the uvula rise will improve with experience, so you won't need to use a mirror. After five seconds, repeat this procedure 10 times.

Jaw Release

Breathing becomes more difficult when you have a clenched jaw. To curve your tongue against your mouth and push its tip back as far as it can, you must keep your mouth shut and keep the tongue in its resting posture. Keep opening your jaw until your tongue is no longer able to rest on the roof of your mouth while in this posture. In order to lessen the symptoms of sleep apnea, do this twice daily for a total of five minutes.


The upper airway changes form as we breathe in via our mouths. When it's compressed, it becomes longer and more elongated. Soft tissue vibrates more when air is sucked in at a faster rate than usual. Snoring produces these vibrations. Breathing through your nose helps maintain the tone of your airway and prevents your tongue from slipping backwards during sleep.

Breathing exercise for sleep apnea can teach you how to breathe through your nose and increase efficiency and stability of your everyday breathing which can be an integral part of a comprehensive treatment strategy for snoring and sleep apnea. 

If you experience snoring due to sleep apnea, you can use the WellO2 device to help you perform your daily breathing exercise for sleep apnea in addition to any other medication or treatment your doctor has given for your condition. 

WellO2’s breathing exercise device has been proven to improve your respiratory health and overall well-being. Be a part of us and read what others have to say about us.

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From asthma to COPD, WellO2 has been revered by the users to help alleviate symptoms relating to many types of breathing difficulties.

WellO2 has helped our users to recreate their lifestyle of better breathing by only exercising with the WellO2 device for 5 minutes everyday. By using the Nordic Breathing of WellO2 combining steam and counter-pressure technologies, our users have regained the quality of breathing they used to have in the past.

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