Sleep therapy + snoring

How to sleep very quickly.

I’ve hit upon a 3-point RAPID SLEEP method after a lot of trial and error.

  1. Let the head sink into the bed/pillow
  2. Drive the eyes into “the garage” for the night and lock them down. This involves rolling the eyeballs and shoving them behind the upper brow.
  3. Imagine that you are watching your breath. That’s enough to clear the mind

You’ll be asleep in seconds, and won’t even know it.

This is consistent (but simpler) with the following: How to Fall Asleep in 120 Seconds

Minimise the harm from grinding teeth at night

The grinding of teeth which led to a tooth cracking and the root canal treatment forced me to seek a strong remedy.

A two-sided sleep appliance called Dorsal:

This will obviously prevent further tooth cracking, but as a result of the focus on sleep, I discovered that I snore (using Snorelab app – a simple app).

Reduce snoring

My snorelab score ranges from 22 to 79. I’ve done 5 tests by now over one month. According to the snorelab app website, I’m a MODERATE SNORER.

Anyone with a score higher than 100 should definitely get themselves screened for Obstructive Sleep Apnea, as they frequently require a stronger treatment: CPAP” 

Do I have sleep apnea? Probably not. “snoring does not necessarily mean you have sleep apnea. snoring becomes concerning when it is combined with gasping, choking or if you stop breathing while sleeping. [Source]”


Excess Weight
Nasal issues
Sleep Position
Sleeping with an Open Mouth
Weak Throat Muscles




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