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Anti-Snoring / Sleep Apnea Devices

Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a debilitating sleep-related breathing disorder. During sleep, the body’s muscles relax, allowing the soft tissue to obstruct the airway. The body reacts by disrupting deep sleep enough to start breathing again, but deprives your from getting a restorative sleep. Sleep Apnea afflicts over 40 million Americans.

At least 80 million Americans snore (a sign of restricted airflow and blocked breathing during sleep). This results in excessive day-time sleepiness, a higher rate of headaches, adversely affects the sleep quality of bed partners and diminishes the overall quality of life. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine recommends oral appliances as a front line of treatment for snoring and sleep apnea. Unlike CPAP, oral appliances fit inside the mouth, they do not use electricity or make any noise, and they allow the wearer to change sleep positions.