Are You Gasping for Air?
Millions of people fail to get a good night’s sleep because of sleep obstructive disorder that is linked to many life-threatening diseases such as high blood pressure, heart attacks, type II diabetes, strokes and depression. In this conversation, Dr. Alpher explains how to properly discover the medical link between these conditions and sleep disorders and provides a drug and surgery-free treatment that helps people live healthier and sleep better.
70 Million People Suffer from a Syndrome You’ve Never Heard Of
It’s called Dysautonomia and it affects your Automatic Nervous System, which controls your automatic body functions -- heart rate, blood pressure, digestion, body temperature and kidney function. Dysautonomia takes many, many forms – fatigue, unstable blood pressure, abnormal heart rates, kidney problems, fatigue, and in severe cases, people have died. Dr. Alpher will take you on a journey that puts the pieces of these symptoms together and explains how treating sleep obstructive disorder can reduce the effects of Dysautonomia and get you back to healthy living and sleep.
Parents & Educators
Gasping for Air: The Connection Between ADHD and Sleep Apnea
If your child is a mouth-breather, snores and suffers from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, there could be a link between sleep obstructive breathing and ADHD and other serious symptoms. Learn from Dr. Alpher about the drug and surgery free treatment that has helped thousands of children live healthier and without gasping for air.
Treating More Than Snoring or Sleep Apnea
Everybody may snore occasionally, but snoring can be a sign of much more serious health concerns such as sleep apnea, which can affect your overall health and well-being. Poor sleep can be linked to heart attacks, strokes, depression, ADHD and bedwetting in children, high blood pressure, Type II diabetes, depression, and in rare cases, death. Dr. Alpher explains the medical link between these serious conditions and offers a non-surgical, drug free treatment option that has helped hundreds of thousands of people worldwide.
Your Role in Treating Sleep Disorders
Since lack of sleep is linked to heart disease, high blood pressure, depression, diabetes, stroke and other diseases, medical specialists can help their patients to heal and lead healthier lives when they understand how to properly identify and treat the underlying sleep disorder. Dr. Alpher explains the medical connections and offers a treatment approach free of drugs, surgery and complicated machinery.