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Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a common disorder that causes snoring and breathing pauses during sleep. These breathing pauses may occur 30 times or more an hour. As a result, the quality of sleep suffers, making patients tired during the day. On top of that, life partners are often suffering too as loud and persistent snoring can keep him or her awake and take a toll on his or her well-being. Chronic, loud, and ongoing snoring is the most obvious sign of obstructive sleep apnea. During the day, there is persistent sleepiness at work or driving. You may doze off when you’re inactive – in front of the TV – out of exhaustion.

Sleep tight. Every Night. Your Snoring Cure is here.

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a common disorder that causes snoring and breathing pauses during sleep. These breathing pauses may occur 30 times or more an hour. As a result, the quality of sleep suffers, making patients tired during the day. On top of that, life partners are often suffering too as loud and persistent snoring can keep him or her awake and take a toll on his or her well-being. Chronic, loud, and ongoing snoring is the most obvious sign of obstructive sleep apnea. During the day, there is persistent sleepiness at work or driving. You may doze off when you’re inactive – in front of the TV – out of exhaustion.

oral appliances as a snoring cure

Another solution is an oral appliance that pulls the lower jaw slightly forward. These devices work by enlarging the airway. They also activate the muscles enough to prevent soft tissue from collapsing and blocking the airway.

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) has approved oral-appliance therapy as a first-line treatment for patients diagnosed with mild to moderate OSA.

The AASM also recommends oral appliances for patients with severe OSA who are unable to tolerate or cannot wear other forms of treatment.

OPTISLEEP is one such custom-designed appliance, and is covered by most health insurance plans. Approximately 70% of patients diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea respond well to the treatment with oral appliances.

Positive Airway pressure devices

Sleeping with the help of a Positive Airway Pressure Machine can help moderate to severe sleep apnea.

The machines are designed to ensure that air flows continuously or intermittently into the sleeper’s throat, which prevents the sleeper’s airway from collapsing. The patient must sleep wearing a mask that fits over the nose and the mouth (in some cases).

Air is delivered in many ways including:

CPAP

CPAP machines use mild air pressure to keep the airways open, and are typically used by patients who have breathing problems during sleep.

BiPAP

A BPAP is a form of non-invasive ventilation (NIV) therapy used to facilitate breathing. BPAP machines can be used at home.

VPAP

A VPAP machine is a more advanced machine that a CPAP machine is. VPAP machines track a patient’s breathing patterns.

Surgery

Surgery is available for obstructive sleep apnea to enlarge the airway through the nose or throat that may be blocking the upper air passages. Surgery usually involves removing or reducing tissue from the uvula, tonsils, soft palate, adenoids, or tongue. In some cases, surgery will provide maxillomandibular advancement which moves the upper and lower jaw forward. As a last resort surgery is a viable option for a snoring cure.

the power of optiSleep

OPTISLEEP is a custom-designed oral appliance to treat snoring or mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea. It is also recommended for patients with severe OSA who are unable or unwilling to tolerate CPAP therapy and/or surgery.

The two-piece appliance is designed to prevent apneas by keeping the upper airway open. The lower jaw is moved forward comfortably to relax the tissue at the back of the throat. This prevents the base of the tongue from collapsing and blocking the airway.

Choose OptiSleep as your preferred snoring cure.

Lifestyle changes

Sleep Movement

Changing your sleeping position can help from lying on your back to sleeping on your side.

Allergies

Treating your allergies can allow for a solid nights rest so there are  no disturbances.

Sleep Inducing Drugs

Avoid these before bed time as they can alter your sleep patterns and create a “heavy” feeling.

Snoring Cure

Why Choose OPTISLEEP As a Snoring Cure?

Effective: 90% of patients reported reduced snoring and apnea when wearing an oral appliance.¹ Comfortable: The extremely slim design makes wearing the appliance especially comfortable. Natural mechanism: OPTISLEEP allows patients open and close their mouth naturally. Superior quality: OPTISLEEP is a Class II medical device, manufactured using highest quality materials and 510(k) cleared. Custom-designed: The digital design of OPTISLEEP eliminates the need for unpleasant impressions and ensures a high level of accuracy. Optimal flexibility: OPTISLEEP comes with exchangeable connectors, allowing wide-range movement of the lower jaw.

Snoring Cure Results From Studies

76% of patients reported a reduction in daytime tiredness when wearing an oral appliance¹

84% of patients reported an improvement in the quality of night sleep when wearing an oral appliance.

90% of patients reported a reduction of snoring and apneas when wearing an oral appliance.

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Snoring& sleep apnea

Snoring sleep apnea

Do You Feel Tired in the Morning Despite a Full Night’s Sleep? Is Snoring Keeping Your Partner Up at Night?
Snoring And Sleep Apnea 1
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a common disorder that causes snoring and breathing pauses during sleep. These breathing pauses may occur 30 times or more an hour. As a result, the quality of sleep suffers, making patients tired during the day. On top of that, life partners are often suffering too as loud and persistent snoring can keep him or her awake and take a toll on his or her well-being. Chronic, loud, and ongoing snoring is the most obvious sign of obstructive sleep apnea. During the day, there is persistent sleepiness at work or driving. You may doze off when you’re inactive – in front of the TV – out of exhaustion.

Other symptoms include:

Lifestyle Changes

Obesity, smoking, and alcohol consumption are linked to sleep problems. Weight loss and related lifestyle changes can reduce apnea severity. Also:

Oral Appliances

Another solution is an oral appliance that pulls the lower jaw slightly forward. These devices work by enlarging the airway. They also activate the muscles enough to prevent soft tissue from collapsing and blocking the airway. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) has approved oral-appliance therapy as a first-line treatment for patients diagnosed with mild to moderate OSA. The AASM also recommends oral appliances for patients with severe OSA who are unable to tolerate or cannot wear other forms of treatment. OPTISLEEP is one such custom-designed appliance, and is covered by most health insurance plans. Approximately 70% of patients diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea respond well to the treatment with oral appliances.¹

Positive Airway Pressure Devices

Sleeping with the help of a Positive Airway Pressure Machine can help moderate to severe sleep apnea. The machines are designed to ensure that air flows continuously or intermittently into the sleeper’s throat, which prevents the sleeper’s airway from collapsing. The patient must sleep wearing a mask that fits over the nose and the mouth (in some cases).
Snoring And Sleep Apnea 2

The air is delivered through a flexible tube from one of several types of machines:

Discomfort is an issue for some people, and is typically the reason they discontinue use.

Surgery

Surgery is available for obstructive sleep apnea to enlarge the airway through the nose or throat that may be blocking the upper air passages. Surgery usually involves removing or reducing tissue from the uvula, tonsils, soft palate, adenoids, or tongue. In some cases, surgery will provide maxillomandibular advancement which moves the upper and lower jaw forward.

The Advantage of OPTISLEEP

OPTISLEEP is a custom-designed oral appliance to treat snoring or mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea. It is also recommended for patients with severe OSA who are unable or unwilling to tolerate CPAP therapy and/or surgery. The two-piece appliance is designed to prevent apneas by keeping the upper airway open. The lower jaw is moved forward comfortably to relax the tissue at the back of the throat. This prevents the base of the tongue from collapsing and blocking the airway.
Snoring Cure

Why Choose OPTISLEEP?

Effective: 90% of patients reported reduced snoring and apnea when wearing an oral appliance.¹ Comfortable: The extremely slim design makes wearing the appliance especially comfortable. Natural mechanism: OPTISLEEP allows patients open and close their mouth naturally. Superior quality: OPTISLEEP is a Class II medical device, manufactured using highest quality materials and 510(k) cleared. Custom-designed: The digital design of OPTISLEEP eliminates the need for unpleasant impressions and ensures a high level of accuracy. Optimal flexibility: OPTISLEEP comes with exchangeable connectors, allowing wide-range movement of the lower jaw.

Results From Studies

76% of patients reported a reduction in daytime tiredness when wearing an oral appliance¹
84% of patients reported an improvement in the quality of night sleep when wearing an oral appliance¹
90% of patients reported a reduction of snoring and apneas when wearing an oral appliance¹
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11325-003-0131-7

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