About the IJustWantToSleep® Author

Stop Snoring Author

Janet M. Bennett, M.Ed.

Hi! My name is Janet Bennett. I am a Speech Pathologist in private practice in Asheville, NC. Teaching someone how to order their own food after having a stroke or watching a mom hear her brain damaged child speak for the first time can make you passionate about helping people.

I now specialize in the treatment of tongue thrust, which is a swallowing disorder that can result in buckteeth, an open bite, a lisp, and other problems that have not yet been made known to most people. When I treat someone for a tongue thrust, it is inevitable that they stop breathing through their mouth and start breathing through their nose. How does this change their life?

The stop snoring treatment

Is a series of simple tongue exercises that had eliminated the young man’s snoring. He was no longer tired during the day and ran faster during football practice! His mom was amazed how quickly and effectively it worked. IJustWantToSleep® is an all-natural approach, and it focuses on what I found to be the biggest obstacle to getting a good night’s sleep – YOUR TONGUE!

If your tongue doesn’t know where to “rest” in your mouth when you are sleeping, there is a good chance that it will partially block your airway, causing you to make undesirable noises, to sleep with your mouth open or to gasp and choke for air. Are you aware that your tongue is made up of many different muscles? If some of these muscles are weak, they could cause your tongue to flop around in your mouth and block your airway. What if you could strengthen certain muscles in your tongue? Well, you can! That is the sole objective of the IJustWantToSleep® program – to show you how to strengthen your tongue muscles so that your tongue can “rest” in a position that will help you sleep better.

I continue to learn something new with each client and would like to generate awareness of what is literally right under your nose.

You don’t need to know how a rocket finds the moon or how the car can park itself because we have left that to the experts. However, Internet access now allows us to be more dependent on ourselves to become educated in order to make personal decisions about our own well being. The tongue is the strongest muscle in your body and you should know about its importance, how it functions and how to change it to improve your health.

Read how the IJustWantToSleep program was discovered – by accident!

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