Sno­ring the­ra­py / sleep apnea

Sno­ring can be stop­ped immedia­te­ly

When you’­re slee­ping, your throat mus­cles re­lax while the jaw and tongue fall back. This au­to­ma­ti­cal­ly nar­rows your air­way and the air has to be for­ced through a small gap. This makes the soft tis­su­es vi­bra­te and cau­ses sno­ring.
The­re is a cheap and ab­so­lute­ly pain­less al­ter­na­ti­ve to a breat­hing mask (CPAP) or sur­ge­ry — the an­ti-sno­ring ap­p­li­an­ce.

When you we­ar the ap­p­li­an­ce, your lower jaw is slight­ly shifted for­ward. As a re­sult, the air­way in the re­ar throat area is on­ce again mo­re spa­cious than be­fo­re, i.e. exact­ly at the point whe­re sno­ring is of­ten cau­sed by too nar­row air­ways. The sno­ring noi­se stops immedia­te­ly af­ter you start wea­ring the ap­p­li­an­ce.

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Sno­ring can be a he­alth ha­zard

Sno­ring is dan­ge­rous if it’s as­so­cia­ted with short in­ter­rup­ti­ons of breat­hing. The­se in­ter­rup­ti­ons cau­se the oxy­gen con­tent in the blood to drop and im­portant or­gans such as the brain and he­art are no lon­ger sup­plied with suf­fi­ci­ent oxy­gen.

Sno­ring can be a he­alth ha­zard

Sno­ring is dan­ge­rous if it’s as­so­cia­ted with short in­ter­rup­ti­ons of breat­hing. The­se in­ter­rup­ti­ons cau­se the oxy­gen con­tent in the blood to drop and im­portant or­gans such as the brain and he­art are no lon­ger sup­plied with suf­fi­ci­ent oxy­gen.

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