Snoring may be an embarrassing subject but that has not stopped Alex Adams and Dr. Mike Dilkes from co-authoring a book titled “Stop Snoring…the Easy Way.”
Snoring is a serious condition that adversely affects health, damages relationships — and can even be fatal. The book has received acclaim for providing information that is clear, short and relevant.
Alex Adams is a credited author who grew up in Grantham and attended Cliffedale Primary School. He is now based in London where he is a director of a tech-startup that is developing a digital platform that will become the corporate Google. Alex says that he has delved into corporate learning and has found it to be in line with his personal philosophy and the philosophy of the book. The philosophy of the book revolves around the fact that people want to learn far more than we can give them credit for. Information in the book has been packaged in a way that works.
How the Idea of the Book Came About
The co-author of the book, Dr. Mike Dilkes, is a top ear, nose and throat surgeon who shares in the passion of Alex that entails providing simple and effective solution to big problems. That marked the beginning of the concept of the book.
The two unique features of the book are:
- Short daily routines work: These ensure that by sticking to the steps, you will be stress-free and well-rested in approximately two weeks. The good news will be welcome for families that snoring have impacted both in personal life and family life.
- The book takes the angle that change comes if you know why it is important to personally do it. Unlike many of the existing books that focus on snoring being loud, annoying and embarrassing, the book delves deeper into what happens in the background. Merely thinking of snoring as a social problem is akin to thinking that the only problem with smoking is the smell of smoke.
They also discuss the pose unspoken dangers — such as pauses in breathing when snoring. The book is calling on people to take a step towards healthy living to manage and get rid of their snoring.
“Stop Snoring… the Easy Way” has been well received getting good coverage on the Daily Telegraph. The huge response is helping authors to get the message as far and wide as possible.
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