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Radically improve Entrepreneur's lives through sleep.

A brief history

Success isn't about burning the candle at both ends. It's about building a thriving business that fits seamlessly into your life, one that grants you freedom, not chains you to your desk. The problem was –  our founder bought the lie that SO many entrepreneurs fall into. he thought that hustle was everything. He almost lost his life.

Today, he completely transformed his life, and guess what? There's a smarter, sleep-friendly way to build a successful business. His experience will help thousands of entrepreneurs worldwide – tech startups, real estate gurus, business coaches and consultants, you name it – achieve remarkable success and reclaim their lives.

Meet the founder

Hey there, entrepreneurs! Sory Soumare is thrilled you're here. Whether you're new to sleep apnea or know the struggle all too well, let me assure you: a good night's sleep can be the ultimate game-changer for your business. Check out his scary sleep chart below:

Obstructive Sleep Apnea graph


The specific goal is to empower entrepreneurs and share his unique story on a global stage. It'll give entrepreneurs the tools and strategies to start their journey, build a healthy lifestyle, and finally say goodbye to the hustle and grind.

Sory I. Soumare

"Our goal is to raise awareness of sleep apnea where there isn't any."

Where we are today

This organization emphasizes:

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) Therapy

Frequently asked questions

What is Sleep Apnea?

Sleep apnea is a breathing disorder that causes a person's breathing to stop and restart multiple times while they sleep. This can prevent the body from getting enough oxygen. Symptoms of sleep apnea include: 

The most common sleep-related breathing disorder is obstructive sleep apnea. A health care professional may recommend a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine to eliminate snoring and prevent sleep apnea. A CPAP machine delivers air pressure to a mask to keep the upper airway passages open. 

While the symptoms can be treated, sleep apnea is chronic and cannot be cured entirely. Lifestyle changes can help lessen the effect of sleep apnea, while oral appliances or other forms of sleep apnea therapy can also help. 

Who Gets Sleep Apnea?

Your medical provider can give guidance on what is best for your situation. This information does not constitute medical advice or diagnosis. 

Sleep apnea can affect people of all ages, but the risk increases with age. Men are 2 to 3 times more likely to have sleep apnea than women, but women can increase their risk if they are overweight or have gone through menopause.

Is Sleep Apnea Dangerous?

Yes, sleep apnea can be dangerous if left untreated. While it's not typically fatal on its own, the chronic sleep deprivation and oxygen fluctuations it causes can lead to serious health complications over time. Here are some of the potential dangers of sleep apnea:

However, it's important to remember that sleep apnea is treatable. With proper diagnosis and treatment, you can significantly reduce your risk of developing these complications and improve your overall health and well-being.

How to treat Sleep Apnea?

There are several treatment options for sleep apnea, depending on the severity of your condition and your individual preferences. Here are some of the most common approaches:

Positive Airway Pressure (PAP) Therapy:

Oral Appliances:

Lifestyle Changes:


Additional Tips:

It is important to talk to your doctor about the best treatment options for you, considering the severity of your sleep apnea, your medical history, and your personal preferences. They can help you develop a treatment plan that is right for you.

How Can I Get Involved?

Our way to support is to advocate for Awareness and Education: