A Snoring Appliance That Provides A Solution For Those Sleepless Nights

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The most important restorative opportunity for the human body is the period of time during sleep called R.E.M. R.E.M. or rapid eye movement, accounts for 20-25% of adults total sleep time. These cycles last between 90-120 minutes. The typical adult has between 4-5 R.E.M. periods per night. These periods of sleep are absolutely vital to the ongoing health and restorative process of the human body.

Individuals that have chronic sleep problems often are unable to reach this state during nightly sleep routine. For a chronic insomniac or individual that has different chronic sleep problems, the inability to achieve R.E.M. sleep is ongoing; the individual can suffer many different health problems.

Individuals that suffer from chronic snoring are often deprived of the restful and restorative sleep obtained during the R.E.M. period. Snoring is defined as deep breathing combined with the harsh snorting sounds as the soft palate vibrates. There are many variations of snoring such as soft short quiet sounds or loud, harsh snorting and gasping sounds. Snoring is uncomfortable for both the snorer and their partner and with the very audible snorer; the entire household can be disturbed by the sounds.

Medical Technology Creates A Snoring Appliance That Guarantees A Restful Sleep

For the severe snorer, the medical field has identified obstructive sleep apnea as a medical concern. This is a medical condition that occurs when the breathing of the snorer is disrupted to such an extent that breathing is actually stopped during sleep. A snoring appliance has been created to assist sleep apnea victims and restore their sleep patterns and piece of mind; the Continuous Positive Airway Pressure machine, also known as CPAP (pronounced see-pap).

This revolutionary snoring appliance provides continuous positive airway pressure and airflow into the throat, keeping the airway open for clean and quiet breathing and prevents the blockage that was causing the discontinuation of breathing and the apnea to occur. The CPAP system prevents the snoring and apnea and provides everyone with a quiet and restful nights sleep.

It should be noted that the use of the CPAP system as a solution to the snoring and sleep apnea is a lifelong commitment. This snoring appliance must be used nightly to be effective. This is something that requires the ongoing use of the machine to provide the restful sleep that is desired, it does not repair the body but rather assists the body in accomplishing what it is unable to do naturally.

If you discontinue use, the snoring appliance is ineffective and the symptoms will return immediately. However, for those that are willing to make this nightly commitment, the restful sleep you have been seeking is no longer a dream.

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