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Are you snoring yourself to DEATH!!!

According to the National Sleep foundation 70% of all congestive heart failure and 60% of all strokes are directly related to some form of sleep disorder, primarily OSA.





ANATOMY OF A SLEEP APNEA EPISODE

1- As air flow stops during a sleep apnea episode, the oxygen level in your blood drops.

2- Your brain responds by briefly disturbing your sleep enough to kick start breathing—which often resumes with a gasp or a choking sound.

3- If you have obstructive sleep apnea, you probably won’t remember these awakenings.

4- Most of the time, you’ll stir just enough to tighten your throat muscles and open your windpipe.

5- In central sleep apnea, you may be conscious of your awakenings.

How it works???

Snoring research has shown that a jaw supporter, keeping the lower jaw in an upward position increases the three dimensional space in the airway, reduces air velocity and soft tissue vibration. This action can eliminate or substantially reduce snoring.


The Effectiveness of MyOSA

1- MyOSA consists of one transparent splint for the upper jaw and one for the lower jaw.

2- The lower jaw is held in a predetermined position and fixed laterally to the splint.

3- MyOSA thus counteracts the narrowing of the respiratory tracts.

4- The velocity of the inspired air decreases and so do noise-generating vibrations of soft tissues.

5- In central sleep apnea, you may be conscious of your awakenings.

How it works???

Snoring research has shown that a jaw supporter, keeping the lower jaw in an upward position increases the three dimensional space in the airway, reduces air velocity and soft tissue vibration. This action can eliminate or substantially reduce snoring.