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Sleep apnea is characterized by noises and interruptions in our breathing that repeat at least five times in a 60-minutes period. It is not just simply snoring.
In apnea, the nocturnal noises also come with choking, but many times the person doesn’t even notice it while they sleep.
These small pauses in air entrance reduce oxygen concentration in blood. And from that come the more serious consequences of this disorder.
It is necessary to take care since sleep apnea is considered a risk factor for those who suffer from high blood pressure or heart arrhythmia.
It also favors the buildup of abdominal fat and insulin resistance, conditions that contribute to the development of type 2 diabetes.
However, you can count on garlic to help you with this question and also to sleep better! Did you know that?
If you love garlic, this is good news for you, isn’t it?!
Garlic is rich in anti-inflammatory properties and has proven benefits for this specific condition.
You can also use garlic milk to sleep better.
So, did you know this recipe already? Did you know that garlic had this benefit for your health?
Try it and share your opinions with us.
0:00 Sleep Apnea and Insomnia Treatment Using Garlic
0:13 What is Sleep Apnea
0:39 Effects of Sleep Apnea
0:56 How Garlic Helps You Sleep Better
1:09 Garlic Health Benefits
1:25 How to Use Garlic To Treat Sleep Apnea
1:33 Garlic Milk Recipe
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