Obstructive sleep apnea exercises are all connected with the face, throat, mouth, nose and neck region of the body. The general concept is to strengthen, exercise and train certain muscles, making the airway easier to access during the night while sleeping.
But here’s the key: not just any exercise works in strengthening your airway; only certain exercises have been proven to strengthen the muscles that cure sleep apnea (and snoring). Your goal is to focus on THOSE exercises, so you don’t waste your time.
So what exercises am I talking about, exactly?
Here’s an example of an exercise that has been proven to significantly reduce sleep apnea: it’s called “soft palate blowing”.
The steps to do soft palate blowing are as follows: