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Reversing Sleep Apnea
Authored by Dr. RK


 

           Scientific Proof that Obstructive Sleep Apnea
           Can Be Reversed By Losing Weight Exists!

    
After Losing 40 Pounds and 12 Inches Around The Waist,
            Dr. RK Reversed His Obstructive Sleep Apnea!

       
Dr. RK Carefully Explained His Method In This Book!

                          
You Will Learn
     
    Sleep Apnea Statistics & Dangers!
              
 How To Use The Pulse Oximeter & CPAP At Home!
              
 All Kinds of Obstructive Sleep Apnea Treatments!
              
 Weight-Loss Journal of Dr. RK (Using Level-I Diet)!
              
 Weight-Loss Journal of Dr. RK (Using Level-II Diet)!
              
 Overnight Pulse Oximetry Test Results & Interpretation!
              
 Recommendations: How To Reverse Obstructive Sleep Apnea!

   This Guide Will Make You A Self-Taught Sleep Apnea Guru!


 


 

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FORENOTE
If you are diagnosed with sleep apnea, whether obstructive or central, it is a life challenge to be battled with because of your own careless and reckless living habits you have adopted. You have been eating out way too often and have been adding pounds to your weight. Obesity is the major cause of obstructive sleep apnea. You are fully responsible to accept the challenge, and battle and treat the condition of sleep disorder you just developed as quickly as possible. More help is available now than ever before.

With perseverance, determination and steadfastness, you would not only improve your condition but also strengthen your ability to respond to your body functionality, and live better. You should always remember that the knowledge is power so you must equip your mind with knowledge. Start understanding the sleep apnea and collect as much information as possible. Get ready to battle.

Your biggest decision is your commitment to setting goals and objectives, focusing on your goal and stay focused until you fully manifest your goal. Motivation, commitment, self-discipline and will power are the key essential qualities you need to implement on yourself to be successful.  By awakening the giant within yourself, you could become a sleep apnea guru.

It is very likely that you could lose weight naturally without ever using drugs or supplements or hunger suppressants prescribed by your doctor. Even some 10 to 20 pounds of weight loss can significantly impact your sleep apnea progress, and the number of sleep apneas per hour during the sleep would significantly decline, switching you from severe to moderate or from moderate to mild stage of sleep apnea, allowing you to feel a lot better than ever before.

A substantial weight loss, however, that lowers your body mass index to perfectly normal (18.5 to 24.9
Kg/m 2) would completely wipe away your sleep apnea. Believe it or not, it is proved to be one hundred percent a fact (see the table below)! You will be amazed to witness your own breathtaking performance, and live with a joyous feeling as your overnight oximetry tests would reveal that your sleep apnea has just been reversed. You would declare yourself as the proud winner of the battle against sleep apnea. You would envy and intimidate all the surrounding people including your own doctor, except a few people who could look at you with big eyes. You would no longer be using CPAP. You would pack your CPAP machine and accessories into the bag, and leave it in your closet or even sell it on the Craigslist. This is what exactly happened to Dr. RK.  Shown below is the sleep apnea progress report of Dr. RK.
 

 

You don't need a full-face CPAP mask, which is very uncomfortable and annoying to sleep with.
Many people give up CPAP, and look for mouthpieces because they tried and fed up with full-face masks.
Nuance Pro Gel Nasal Pillow Mask Is the Most Comfortable, Easy to Use and Enjoyable CPAP Mask.
You just have to hook up or plug in the CPAP hose to the mask that goes to your nose, and adjust the straps.
It looks exactly like one shown in this picture (very simple and easy to use).
 

 

Proof That Sleep Apnea Can Be Reversed By Losing Weight
                   
Date Desat Index Highest SpO2 Lowest SpO2 Mean SpO2 Waist Weight Weight BMI (Kg/m 2) Assessment
Normal 0 to 4 Events/hr 96% to 99% 90% to 99% 96% to 99% < 34" < 70 Kg < 155 Lb 18.5 to 24.9  
                   

 Overnight Oximetry Test Results Without CPAP by Independent Respiratory Services (IRS), Burnaby, BC, Canada

07-Feb-2015

 First Diagnosed With Moderate Sleep Apnea (Desaturation Index=22.7 Events/hr).

07-Feb-2015 22.7 98% 75% 94.60% 44" 86 Kg 191 Lb 30.5 Obese
19-Feb-2015 17.3 98% 71% 94.10% 44" 86 Kg 191 Lb 30.5 Obese
                   

 Overnight Oximetry Test Results Without CPAP by Independent Respiratory Services (IRS), Burnaby, BC, Canada

06-Apr-2015 23.6 100% 69% 94.90% 44" 86 Kg 191 Lb 30.5 Obese
07-Apr-2015 28.0 99% 76% 95.10% 44" 86 Kg 191 Lb 30.5 Obese
                   
28-Dec-2015 6.9 98% 87% 95.90% 37" 78 Kg 173 Lb 27.6 Overweight
29-Dec-2015 7.2 100% 84% 96.10% 37" 78 Kg 173 Lb 27.6 Overweight
30-Dec-2015 8.4 99% 83% 95.90% 37" 78 Kg 173 Lb 27.6 Overweight
                   
29-Mar-2016 4.8 100% 88% 96.30% 36" 77 Kg 171 Lb 27.3 Overweight
30-Mar-2016 2.9 99% 89% 96.20% 36" 77 Kg 171 Lb 27.3 Overweight
31-Mar-2016 4.6 99% 86% 95.70% 36" 77 Kg 171 Lb 27.3 Overweight
                   
18-Nov-2016 1.2 100% 91% 97.00% 33" 68 Kg 151 Lb 24.1 Normal
19-Nov-2016 1.3 100% 86% 97.00% 33" 68 Kg 151 Lb 24.1 Normal
                   

 Overnight Oximetry Test Results Without CPAP by Independent Respiratory Services (IRS), Burnaby, BC, Canada

29-Nov-2016 0.6 99% 89% 96.20% 32" 68 Kg 151 Lb 24.1 Normal

 
 
P.S.: CPAP Discontinued for 1 to 2 Weeks Prior to All Overnight Oximetry Tests.

     
                   
 

Sleep Apnea is diagnosed by monitoring the oxygen desaturation index.

   
  Desaturation Index Assessment       BMI (Kg/m 2) Assessment
  0 - 4 Events/hr Normal (No Sleep Apnea)       18.5 - 24..9 Underweight
  5 - 14 Events/hr Mild Sleep Apnea       18.5 - 24..9 Normal
  15 - 29 Events/hr Moderate Sleep Apnea       25.0 - 29..9 Overweight
  ≥ 30 Events/hr Severe Sleep Apnea       ≥ 30 Obese
                   
 

            Sample Calculation of BMI: My Height = 1.68 m; BMI = Weight (Kg) / Height (m) 2 = 86 / 1.68 2 =  30.5 Kg/m 2 = Obese

                   
 

Synopsis: After losing 40 pounds of weight and 12 inches around the waist, naturally without ever using drugs or supplements, my body mass index (BMI) dropped from 30.5 (obese) to 24.1 (perfectly normal). The Desaturation Index from an overnight oximetry test dropped from a high-risk 28 events/hr to a stunning 0.6 event/hr in 22 months, and reversed moderate sleep apnea. The CPAP, being the best treatment available currently, controls sleep apnea and keeps the SpO2 level normal only during its usage. But weight loss heals and reverses sleep apnea. However I must watch my weight every day and prevent it from regaining. As long as I maintain my weight normal, my sleep apnea should remain reversed.                                  

 
       

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Reversing Obstructive Sleep Apnea 
Proof That Sleep Apnea Can Be Reversed By Losing Weight
Authored by Dr. RK

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  SLEEP APNEA STATISTICS
      Statistics Posted By ResMed
      Statistics Posted By Men’s Health
      University of Wisconsin Statistical Survey
      Sleep Apnea Sufferers Caused Car Crashes
      Sleep Apnea Sufferers Developed Diabetes
      Pregnant Women Developed Gestational Diabetes
      A Lot of Women Also Have Sleep Apnea
      Archives of PHAC & Statistics Canada
      Statistical Survey From 9523 Canadians
      Scientific Study: Sleep Apnea Linked to Cancer
      University of California Statistical Survey
      Statistics Posted by ENT Medical Center
      5 Surprising Facts About Sleep Apnea
      Dr. Deepak Chopra on Sleep Apnea & Obesity
    
 
SNORING EXPLAINED
      Causes of Snoring
      How Snoring Occurs
      Treatment of Snoring
      Difference Between Snoring & Sleep Apnea

   SLEEP APNEA EXPLAINED
   TYPES OF SLEEP APNEA
   SYMPTOMS OF SLEEP APNEA
   SIDE EFFECTS FROM SLEEP APNEA
   COMPLICATIONS OF SLEEP APNEA
   COMPLICATIONS OF OBESITY
   OXYGEN SATURATION (SpO2)
   FINGER-PULSE OXIMETER
   PRINCIPLE OF PULSE OXIMETER
   OXYGEN DESATURATION INDEX (ODI)
   APNEA HYPOPNEA INDEX (AHI)
   RESPIRONICS PULSE OXIMETER
   NONIN PULSE OXIMETER
   WRIST PULSE OXIMETER (ONLINE)

  VISITING A SLEEP APNEA SPECIALIST
      Physical Examination & Diagnosis

      Polysomnogram Test for OSA
      Is Polysomnogram Test Necessary?



   SLEEP APNEA TREATMENT Section-I
      CPAP Therapy
      CPAP Ramp Pressure
      ResMed CPAP Machine
      Respironics Nuance Pillow Mask
      Pros & Cons of the CPAP Therapy


   SLEEP APNEA TREATMENT Section-II
      Oral Appliances
      Tongue Retaining Devices (TRDs)
      Mandibular Advancement Devices (MADs)

 

   SLEEP APNEA TREATMENT Section-III
      Nasal Strips to Improve Breathing
      Breathe Right Strips
      Sleep Right Strips

   SLEEP APNEA TREATMENT Section-IV
      Nasal Sprays to Improve Breathing
      Neti Pot
      Navage Nose Cleaner
      Hydrasense Nasal Spray
      MyPurMist Handheld Steam Inhaler
      Flonase Nasal Spray

   SLEEP APNEA TREATMENT Section-V
      Side Sleeping Device-I
      Side Sleeping Device-II
      Raise the Head Side of Your Bed

   SLEEP APNEA TREATMENT Section-VI
      Quit Smoking
      Quit Drinking Alcohol


   SLEEP APNEA TREATMENT Section-VII
      SURGICAL PROCEDURES
      THE PILLAR PROCEDURE
      UPPP (Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty)
      IMDO™ for Small Lower Jaw Surgery
      Hyoid Advancement Surgery
      Tongue Advancement Surgery
      Surgical Tracheostomy

      Inspire Implant Therapy for Sleep Apnea

   SCIENTIFIC PROOF EXISTS
      WEIGHT LOSS REVERSES OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA
      IMPORTANT JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS DISCUSSED
      JOURNAL PUBLICATION-I DISCUSSED 
     
JOURNAL PUBLICATION-II DISCUSSED

   HOW Dr. RK REVERSED HIS SLEEP APNEA
      SLEEP APNEA & WEIGHT LOSS JOURNAL OF Dr. RK
         Using Weight-Loss Diet Level-I (2000 Calories)
      SLEEP APNEA & WEIGHT LOSS JOURNAL OF Dr. RK
         Using Weight-Loss Diet Level-II (1000 Calories)

   PULSE OXIMETRY TEST RESULTS OF Dr. RK

   INTERPRETATION OF THE RESULTS OF Dr. RK
 

   RECOMMENDATIONS
      Learn How to Use the Oximeter Confidently
      Learn How to Use the CPAP Confidently
      Treat the Wide Fluctuations of SpO2 Level
      Weight-Loss Tips to Reverse the Sleep Apnea


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