Correcting Sleep Apnea by Releasing tensions in the Face and Cranium.

01 Sep Correcting Sleep Apnea by Releasing tensions in the Face and Cranium.

This amazing new treatment has many able to avoid or stop CPAC by correcting Sleep Apnea.

Dear Sleep Apnea and Snoring Sufferer,

Snoring and Sleep Apnea are among the most common complaints of Americans today! These symptoms are NOT normal! They are a sign that something is not functioning right.

We were not designed to have difficulties breathing while awake or asleep! Our original blueprints did not include Sleep Apnea or Snoring as an option. Your body is designed for an active day and a peaceful night’s rest to allow you to wake up feeling refreshed.

We are not designed to stop breathing during our sleep nor are we designed to keep our loved ones awake with the sounds of a train running across the bed.

Signs and Symptoms To Look For

Many spouses or mates notice loud snoring interrupted by pauses in breathing of ten seconds or more, perhaps followed by gruff snorts or gasps for air.

Snoring as well as high blood pressure, leg swelling, memory lapses, frequent daytime sleepiness, as well as trouble concentrating warrants an evaluation.

Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a disorder that causes breathing to stop during sleep for anywhere from ten seconds up to several minutes. These pauses in breathing called apneas, can occur hundreds of times a night and are more likely to occur in certain positions, particularly when sleeping on the back. If apnea is severe enough, the sleeper wakes up gasping for breath and may never get more than five minutes of uninterrupted sleep all night. Sleep apnea is more prevalent in older individuals, men and overweight people.

When apnea occurs, the cessation in breathing causes a drop in blood oxygen levels, forcing the heart to labor harder to keep the blood oxygenated. The brain sends strong signals to the body to make an all-out effort to start breathing again. The chest muscles heave and the lungs work to draw in air, usually accompanied by gasps and loud snorts. The sleeper rouses just enough to shift position. While normal people might experience four or five of these breathing-related arousals during the night, people with apnea have dozens, even hundreds, of apnea episodes every night.

People who suffer from sleep apnea have a high risk of contracting hypertension, strokes, and heart disease. In severe cases, a sleep apnea victim may spend more time not breathing than breathing and may be at risk for death.

Sleep Apnea Interferes With Your Sleep!

Apnea severely interferes with sleep. During the sleep apnea episode, the victim is aroused just long enough to start breathing again, but not long enough to remember being awake. The chronic sleep disruption caused by sleep apnea may leave the victim feeling exhausted and sleepy during the day. In the morning, they will feel extremely groggy and unrested. They go through the day feeling sleepy and fatigued. The longer the condition persists, the more sleep-deprived they become.

Sleep Apnea vs. Snoring

When you snore, the air you inhale is being forced to pass through partially blocked passages (such as the nostrils or the back of the throat). In other words, the air still flows when you are snoring. In contrast, during sleep apnea, the airflow stops completely.

Finally, A Cure!

My name is Dr. John Lieurance and I have developed an amazing new technique called Functional Cranial Release or FCR. I have been asked to teach this amazing treatment to both medical and chiropractic physicians internationally. FCR creates permanent, incremental improvement to your structure which in turn, allows your body to return to its original design – your most vibrant, harmonious, pain-free and energetic mode of functioning. There are other apparatus available to help conquer snoring, or there are even laser solutions, like the ones provided by Azure Medical. Many snorers are unaware that they can do something about the snoring. So, it’s time they know.

I have seen consistently great results using FCR to treat Sleep Apnea and Snoring. The correction must address the problems of the entire skull, not just the local symptoms. When FCR treatment has progressed and nasal breathing function is restored, Sleep Apnea and Snoring will be lessened and ultimately, stopped. You can buy a mouth device that you wear in your sleep to tone down the symptoms of apnea much faster, but they normally don’t get rid of what is causing the problem. Sleep apnea is commonly caused by things like obesity, smoking, alcohol, some medications and having an unusually shaped or large neck. It also is more likely to occur in men and people over 40 years of age. Most people find things like Resmed CPAP Masks, mouth guards and tongue retainers can help, as well as FCR.

If you want to get rid of your Sleep Apnea and Snoring and start living a normal life in a short period, then please consider the following regarding this amazing treatment…

When Functional Cranial Release (FCR) is performed, an endonasal balloon is inflated in one of the two nasal breathing passages one to four seconds each treatment. The nasal breathing passages consist of the area that begins with the nostrils and ends in the throat and this is made wider with FCR.

This improves nasal breathing function. As the connective tissue releases and the interlocking bones of the head shift, movement continues throughout the skull until the pressures between the bones are equalized. With FCR, most widening of the nasal airways initially created by the endonasal balloon can be retained. FCR enables a person to breathe easily through the nose. By opening up the nasal airway, the need for mouth breathing is diminished – hence sleep apnea and snoring are diminished, sometimes instantly!

Our results now show that Functional Cranial Release (FCR) is a much gentler and far more effective treatment for curing Sleep Apnea and Snoring…

If you live in the area, call our office at (941) 330-8553 and schedule your free consultation! We DO treat Sleep Apnea and Snoring as well as the accompanying headaches and sinus problems with this condition. Often, we may take x-rays of the structures of the skull and neck before care. We work with some insurance policies and we also offer payment plans.

Dont Procrastinate, Call (941) 330-8553 Now And Reserve Your Earliest Appointment. The Longer You Wait to Call Us, The Longer You’ll Have To Wait For An Appointment!

On behalf of everyone at Advanced Wellness Center, I look forward to meeting you to discover if I can help you! Remember, you haven’t tried everything until you’ve at least had a consultation at my office! And, since it is free and there is absolutely no obligation, you have nothing to lose! (Except your Apnea or snoring of course!


John A. Lieurance, D.C.

Functional Neurology

Clinic Director of Advanced Wellness Center

P.S. – After I evaluate your pain, I will tell you if I can help you or not. And, if so, how long it will take and an approximate cost. Then you can start care, or go home and think about it! We are a busy office and there will be no pressure to begin care!

The patient and any other person responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment, or be reimbursed for payment for any other service, examination, or treatment which is performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free, discounted fee, or reduced fee service, examination or treatment.

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