SoeMac as an alternative therapy for problems with sleep

Our users with breathing problems at night tell us they sleep more safely and soundly

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How SoeMac has helped people to improve symptoms of Sleep Apnea

Our users tells us that SoeMac helps relax their airways, allowing for smoother and peaceful breathing, reducing their need to “fight for breath” associated with this serious sleep condition. SoeMac can give our users the opportunity to naturally proceed to the deepest sleep cycles, leaving them feeling more refreshed when they wake each morning.

SoeMac is a non-invasive therapy, which means that it can help to reduce the impact of the symptoms of sleep apnea for our users, especially "the fight for breath" without the use of a mask, which is a recognised prescribed treatment for this sleep condition.

Please note - if you are a prescribed sleep apnea mask user, please seek professional medical advice before switching to SoeMac.

  • It works by simply breathing in the air in the room, so it's much less disruptive than other treatments
  • Our users find that their bodies can more easily utilise the energised oxygen than air alone, helping to alleviate the symptoms of their condition
  • With better breathing, more energy becomes available at the cellular level, helping the body to revive itself
  • Our users see reductions in their feelings of fatigue that are commonly associated with this condition 
  • Over time, it can promote deeper, higher quality sleep
  • Our users feel more relaxed, which benefits them more widely

"The benefit I have found from using SoeMac is that I now use it rather than a cumbersome sleep apnea mask, and my sleep pattern is greatly improved as a result of that." - David who now sleeps soundly for 7 hours

What is Sleep Apnea?

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a common, but serious and potentially life-threatening sleep disorder in which your breathing temporarily stops during sleep due to the blockage of the upper airways. It occurs when the walls of the throat relax and narrow, disturbing normal sleep. It causes pauses in breath and each pause is called an apnea.

There are two kinds of OSA. Apnea is characterised by pauses in breathing or instances of shallow or infrequent breathing during sleep. The airflow is blocked for 10 seconds or more. The second type, Hypopnea, is a partial blockage of the airway, which causes the airflow to be reduced by 50% or more, for 10 seconds or above.

Interruptions in your sleep might lead you to feel exhausted during the day, irritable and depressed. You may also notice a decrease in alertness and productivity. Traditional treatment is to use a CPAP machine and mask, which alleviates the problem when the breathing stops, but is awkward and uncomfortable to use.

What causes Sleep Apnea?

When breathing is paused, carbon dioxide builds up in the bloodstream, which sends a signal to the brain to wake up and breathe in air.

What are the symptoms?

These are the most common symptoms , however its common for someone else to spot them first, such as a partner or friend.

Symptoms when asleep:

  • Loud snoring
  • Noisy and laboured breathing
  • Restless sleep
  • Sweating
  • Urge to urinate during the night

Symptoms when awake:

  • Not feeling refreshed when waking up
  • Feeling sleepy during the day
  • Poor memory and concentration
  • Headaches, first thing in the morning
  • Feel irritable, mood swings
  • Depression
  • Loss of libido

How can it be treated?

Sleep Apnea can be easy to treat. You may wish to consider the following:

  • A continuous positive airway pressure device (CPAP) – a continuous flow of compressed air through a mask
  • A mandibular advancement device (MAD), which is a gum shield to keep the back of the throat open during sleep
  • Changes in lifestyle such as avoiding alcohol, losing weight and quitting smoking.
  • Using SoeMac to breathe energised oxygen during the night

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Our Testimonials

“Within one week of using SoeMac,not only was I back to a more regular sleep pattern but I was waking up feeling brighter and more alert and ready to face the day ahead. After spending many years with broken and irregular sleep patterns and trying many alternative medicines, I had lost hope of ever having a good night’s sleep again. I used to get up every morning feeling tired and lethargic and not looking forward to the day ahead.

Then I got a SoeMac [thanks Neil] and could not believe the difference. Great buy! Would recommend to anyone who has sleeping problems.”

Chic Cottrell

"I would like to comment on the benefits I have found from using the SoeMac, in particular that I now use it rather than the cumbersome sleep-apnea mask and how my sleep pattern is greatly improved as a result of that.

I used to get only 4 hours sleep each night, whereas now I am  getting 7 hours, and really deep sleep. I'm less restless in bed, and no longer get the leg cramps, and my wife tells me that I snore a lot less. I also don't have the mucus problem anymore.

David Sewell