Throat Exercises for Sleep Apnea

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Most of the people affected by sleep apnea . The doctor advised to keep CPAP machine to get rid from this. Instead of CPAP we mentioned some of the exercise to for throat. It reduces snoring as well eliminate sleep apnea. But the exercise should be followed regularly


Throat exercises for sleep apnea:1. Chewing gum exercise Pretend youre chewing gum. Make sure that your molars are moving. Your mouth should stay closed. Begin with few minutes of chewing, and gradually increase duration. Adding mmm sounds to your chewing will help in openingthe throat wider.2. Yawning exercise Simulate a yawn and make sure to open your mouth as wide as you can. You can also thrust your tongue as far as it goes.3. Vowel exercise Recite the vowel sounds, fast and as clearly as you can for 3-5minutes. Start the exercise routine with soft sounds and then increase the level of your voice gradually. You can end the exercise shouting.4. Singing exercises Just take your favourite song and sing your heart out.5. Swallowing exercises Contract the muscles of the back of the throat for thirty seconds or so. Lightly bite your tongue, and then rapidly swallow at least five times.

Tongue exercises for sleep apnea:1.Palate push Touch the back of your front teeth with the tip of your tongue then slowly roll it over, backwards.2 Lip route Lick both your upper and lower lips in a continuous rotating motion. Do several clockwise rounds, and then do the same going counter clockwise.3.Tongue out Stick out your tongue, the farthest you can. Hold it for several seconds. Pull back, breath and repeat.4.Tsk tsk sounds Again, place the tip of your tongue just behind your front teeth. Make rapid tsk tsk sounds for at least a minute. Relax and then repeat.5.Tongue Rove Quickly run your tongue all over the inside of your mouth. Skim over the fronts of your teeth and then both the roof and base of your mouth.

Jaw exercises for sleep apnea:1.Jaw stick Clench a pencil or a stick between your teeth for 10 minutes or as long as you can, just before going to sleep.2.Jaw swing Position your lower jaw as far right as you can, hold for at least 30 seconds. Then swing to the right, hold again for another 30 seconds. Repeat.


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