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STOP Snoring!: Natural Snoring Remedies Kindle Edition
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What was stranger, for me, was the song suggestion for one remedy: Exercise 1 is to be sung to the tune of "Bobby Shaftoe." Is this a song, or a singer? I think of myself as fairly cultured. I have a master's degree and spent two years in college living abroad in England and France. But I have no idea who or what "Bobby Shaftoe" is. (I later found it to be a British nursery rhyme, and the tune was completely unfamiliar to me.)
Stranger still were the You Tube links to suggested songs to sing for other exercises. The videos are simply regular artist videos of more people and several songs I've never heard, none of which have anything to do with snoring. They are simply the author's idea of good songs to sing "Ahhh" to, with the idea that singing such songs will help to resolve problem snoring.
Despite these criticisms, there are some beneficial exercises to be found in the book, and the author definitely has a lot of experience in the field. The book includes several case studies, which read more like miniature novellas than medical histories, with lots of dialogue. Maybe this is just a very British approach, but a lot of it seems more like filler than useful content.
I offer three stars because some of the material definitely has merit, but points off for what I would describe as a lack of focus.
Full disclosure: This reviewer is the author of a competing book of snoring remedies which as a courtesy I will not name here. Although my intent is to be objective in this review, the reader should be aware of the potential for bias.
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