Published On: Wed, Jan 10th, 2018

Georgia Resident Almost Dies from the 3 Silent Dangers of Sleep Apnea, But This One Decision Saved His Life…

Published On: 14th March 2018
Last Updated On: 15th March 2018

Snoring is often Sleep Apnea in disguise.

Right now, over 22 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea, with 80% of the cases of moderate and severe obstructive sleep apnea undiagnosed.

That means, the real number is closer to 100 million! (

Do you know anyone that snores?

Snoring is often secretly sleep apnea in disguise and nicknamed the “silent killer” because unfortunately it claims the lives of millions of Americans every year…

What is Sleep Apnea? 

Sleep apnea is a serious sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts…

This disruption in breathing can last for 10-60 seconds, and it can happen as many as 80 times per hour!

At best, the sleeping disorder can result in poor sleep quality, headaches, and daytime fatigue, but at worst, it can kill you by increasing your risk of high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, car accidents and stroke caused by the loss of oxygen to your body…

What’s the Best Solution? 

Solutions can range from CPAP machines to custom mouth-guards to surgery.

Everyone is slightly different and the best solution isn’t one-size-fits-all.

In fact, the best solution is to go into a local clinic and get tested properly so you know what type of sleep apnea you have and what the best solution is for you!

Insurance often covers all or the majority of the cost anyways since sleep apnea is a serious disorder!

Georgia Sleep Clinic Is Finally Open for Appointments After a 3 Month Waitlist!

In an effort to help stop this disorder, a local Georgia Sleep Apnea Clinic called Fusion Sleep is open to taking appointments again after a 3 month waitlist due to the increased demand their clinic received after Forbes recently published an article titled “Sleep Apnea Now Affects Almost 1/4 of Americans” and this Georgia clinic is starting to be frequently booked…

What’s the catch?

There is no catch other than this is only available to the next 100 callers near the zip code 30024.

The only official phone number we could find is 678-379-2886.

The hotline will automatically route you to the nearest sleep clinic near you (guaranteed less than 3 miles away). To reserve your spot and claim your free sleep apnea test, our editors recommend calling the hotline today.

UPDATE Thursday, 15th March 2018: The wait times are 1-2 minutes on average, which means a lot of people are calling and taking advantage of the program. We recommend calling 1 (678)-379-2886 right now to reserve your appointment before it’s too late.

We gave the free hotline number 1 (678)-379-2886 a call and were amazed at how easy it was to get help…

This new service shines a light of hope for those who think sleepless nights and constant fatigue will never go away. Now it can.

The downfall? Many of our readers have shared the news with their Facebook friends and have even shared it directly to friends and family that they know struggle with feeling tired and snore.

This means, that the program will probably be shut down very soon…

“We wanted to provide a hotline for those who could benefit from a sleep apnea test and give them exclusive discounts to the latest custom solutions. Most people think they don’t need a sleep apnea test or don’t want to pay for it, we solve both those problems with insurance.”

Since there is no definitive end date, we can only recommend readers that might toss and turn at night, to give the free number a call to see how they can benefit.

You can call the hotline number 1 (678)-379-2886 to see what you can qualify for.

What You Can Do About It

The time to act is now. This program may end any time without notice. If you or a loved one is struggling with constant fatigue or loud snoring it’s not your fault and you’re not alone.

Over 22 Million Americans are currently struggling with sleep apnea. You can get help. It’s time to take back control of your night, your morning, and your life. 

Questions? Call 1 (678)-379-2886