Topics to be discussed include
- Why sleep apnea is not just about anatomy.
- Understanding the neurological physiological traits that contribute to sleep apnea.
- How dysfunctional breathing contributes to sleep apnea.
- Breathing retraining and neuroplasticity training for sleep apnea
- Individualizing breathing retraining for sleep apnea
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