Why Silent Sleep Training is different

Learn how Silent Sleep Training compares to other solutions for sleep apnea.

Normal didgeridoo playing

When playing the didgeridoo, the sounds and rhythms are often produced very quickly by means of lip tension, use of the diaphragm, and tongue position. The facial muscles and the diaphragm are strengthened and can produce some very fast rhythms. However, this does not train the throat muscles! Circular breathing, which creates the didgeridoo’s characteristic tone, also has no effect on the throat muscles. Didgeridoo players worldwide, even those who have been playing for years, suffer from snoring and sleep apnea!

Silent Sleep Training

 In Silent Sleep Training, circular breathing is not used, which makes learning the instrument much easier. The movements and playing technique specified in the app are exactly the same as those previously used in the study. The sounds to be played produce the required buildup of air, which very efficiently strengthens and firms up the muscles, when the correct algorithm is applied. The intensive training lasts only 6-24 weeks.

Silent Sleep Training Didgeridoo
Medically proven
Approved as a therapy
Tested materials
Musical
Circular breathing

Comparison

Silent Sleep Training compared to other therapies for sleep apnea

Silent Sleep Training CPAP Surgery Jaw splint Tongue pacemaker
Can I use it as a therapy for sleep apnea?
Has been scientifically tested for effectiveness in sleep apnea
Is FDA approved
Is not worn at night
Leaves no impressions on the face
Alters not your appearance
May not cause undesirable side effects
Is doctor-recommended
Does address the cause and not acts only against the symptoms
May not cause mild to severe pain