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Is your SKULL getting too THIN?!?

Happy Mother’s Day!

I hope that the phone doesn’t stop ringing with well-wishers… the flowers don’t stop coming… and the meals are nothing short of delicious.

And I sure as heck hope that someone else cleans up.

Most importantly of all, I hope that you get the respect you deserve every day, not just today.

And if your husband snores, I have one more for you: I hope you get a night of peace. It can be like trying to sleep in the middle of a construction zone sometimes, right?

As much as you love your spouse, all of those noisy nights are probably taking a toll on your sanity.

It’s as if the snores are coming from INSIDE your skull!

Well, friend, I’m about to offer a tip that can save both your marriage and your sanity at the same time.

I can help stop the snores and restore blissful silence to your nights.

But first, let me show what it’s doing to the skull, and I don’t mean the rattling of your own skull if you’re sleeping next to a snorer.

If YOU’RE the snorer, it’s YOUR skull that’s getting rattled the most!

Imagine an apartment with music from a loud stereo shaking the walls until the drywall crumbles.

That’s pretty much your skull.

It’s crumbling right there inside your gourd, with new research showing how snorers have THINNER skulls.

If you have sleep apnea — one of the most common causes of wall-crumbling, spouse-grumbling snores — your nighttime habit is thinning out the calvaria (a.k.a. your skullcap) and the base of the skull.

Better not bump your head. It might cave in!

I’m half kidding. It’s probably not thin enough to crack your skull.

But it IS thin enough to cause other problems.

When your skull thins out – especially in the cap and base – you face a higher risk of a plumbing problem inside. You could end up leaking cerebrospinal fluid into your head.

It might even ooze out your nose or ears. EWWWW!

In some cases, you might be laid up in bed for a while to see if your body can fix the leak. In others, you might need brain surgery.

Bad news? Sure.

But if you have apnea, that’s hardly the worst of it.

The loud snores of apnea are usually followed by periods of total silence as you stop breathing throughout the night — sometimes hundreds or even thousands of times. Those little lapses can starve your body of oxygen, which slowly suffocates organs like your heart and brain.

As a result, apnea has been linked to heart attack… dementia… stroke… and more.

It’s even a risk factor for DEATH!

Don’t lose any cerebrospinal fluid worrying over this. Like I said, I’ve got an answer that help you breathe better, sleep quieter, and keep your spouse happier.

Lose weight.

Dropping even 10 percent of your body weight can cut or even eliminate both snoring and apnea.

Give it a shot – for everyone’s sake!

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