Snoring and Sleep Apnea (Apnoea)

Snoring and Sleep Apnea

Snoring is strongly linked to inflammation. The resulting swelling in the throat and nasal passages ... impedes breathing whilst awake - and asleep.  Add this to very relaxed throat muscles in sleep - and the rhythmic open/close pattern of the throat creates the vibratory noise known as snoring.

But snoring is just one end of a spectrum of disorders. Extreme blockage of airways is the cause of sleep apnoea - which leads to the serious hypoxia - not enough oxygen to the brain.

In other words - the inflammation brought about by undetected food intolerance causes snoring, sleep apnoea and can lead to hypoxia. But research now shows we can reduce inflammation and relieve sleep apnoea with simple dietary changes.

Learn more with the Free ebook about Food Toxins



Sleep Apnoea: A blocked nose and throat impedes breathing

The advanced stage of loud snoring is sleep apnea – where the breathing actually gets closed off for 4 - 15 breaths. (That's a long time to be without air!).

When we are asleep most of us breathe through our noses. But when the nose is chronically blocked (say you find yourself "mouth-breathing" during daytime hours) - you may have sleep apnoea... even if you are not aware of it.

Here's how it goes: Trying to breathe against a blocked nose with the mouth closed - lets very little air in. But the chest still heaves up and down against blocked airways. Then after six or more 'no air' cycles of chest heaving - the body's emergency breathing mechanism kicks in - your 'fight or flight' response. 

The mouth opens - gasping to avoid suffocation - and the person is momentarily awakened. This is because the brain senses there is not enough oxygen being supplied - and it is at risk - so it wakes you up. This is the same reflex action that makes us fight against smothering - or drowning.

Member letter

My husband and I have finally had two whole weeks of good sleep, thanks to your program. He was snoring so loud that it would even wake me from a deep sleep. Things are much improved since we got him onto the right diet – and my hearing is slowly recovering!

We know this is the right solution – because every time he makes a mistake with his eating - I pay for it that very night! Anything for a peaceful night’s sleep! Thankyou! Your Healing Program has been worth every last cent. Trish M.


Snoring can damage hearing

Another surprise – loud snoring can damage the sleeper’s hearing. Think about it – really loud noises right next to your ears – for up to eight hours every night. Some snoring reaches volume of 90 decibels or more* - the sound of a heavy diesel engine. Some people get hearing loss from loud music concerts – others get it from their own - or their partner's snoring!


Snoring / Apnea Solution

Good restful sleep is precious - but few of us experience it. 

Learn how to avoid FOOD TOXINS. It's a natural solution - because no medications, supplements or therapies are needed. Watch and listen as his snoring reduces and good regular breathing patterns return. Music to the ears!

Learn about foodintol® LoTox Living




All foodintol® information is based on research from peer-reviewed medical journals