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Sleep apnea

Sleep apnea and snoring go hand in hand. However, not every snorer suffers from apnea. Here you can find information about the symptoms of sleep apnea and about information about the best ways of treating it.

Sleep apnea – Symptoms & Treatment

The sleap apnea syndrome (SAS), or simply sleep apnea, is a sleep disorder characterized by periods of apnea or severely weakened breathing during the sleep. One speaks of sleep apnea when there are more than five of these stops per hour. In most cases, SAS is due to a combination of two sleep disorders.

  • Central Sleep Apnea Syndrome (CSAS), wherein the brains do not transmit enough signals to the respiratory muscles.
  • And the Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrom (OSAS), wherein the upper airway collapses because of an obstruction, for example by the tongue or by adipose tissue in the neck.

Sleep apnea comes in different forms, but especially the more severe form, in which there are more than thirty stops per hour, can seriously affect your health. However, many people think they suffer from sleep apnea, when in fact they only suffer from a snoring problem. We therefore advise anyone who has doubt about whether he or she has sleep apnea to make an appointment with your general practitioner. In this way you can find out whether or not you suffer from sleep apnea and if so, to what extent.

Generally speaking, these are some symptoms of apnea:

  • Loud Snoring
  • Fatigue during the day
  • Poor quality of sleep
  • Headaches in the morning
  • High blood pressure and problems with heart or blood vessels
  • Depression

Luckily, sleep apnea can be treated very well. Some treatment methods are:

  • Changes in lifestyle: think of weight reduction, but also about no alcohol before bedtime and no sleeping pills.
  • Operation: Sometimes surgery is necessary to treat sleep apnea. However, this is only done in very severe cases.
  • Pressure unit: In severe sleep apnea a pressure unit can be used to send oxygen, very powerful, into the body. However this is not a cure for sleep apnea, but a life-long treatment.
  • Anti snoring mouthpiece: Research has shown that people who suffer from mild forms of sleep apnea can benefit from using an anti snoring mouthpiece. There many different types of anti snoring mouthpieces. One of them is Duo Confort that, because of its ergonomic design easily can be used by anyone.

Duo Confort, treatment for mild sleep apnea

The anti snoring mouthpiece by Duo Confort easily fits your mouth, making it the best way to stop snoring. Thanks to her ergonomic design, Duo Confort also gives great result for people who suffer from a mild form of sleep apnea.

Because of the use of anti-allergic material the anti snoring mouthpiece can be used by anyone. Duo Confort is clinically tested: a whopping 92% of ex-snorers was completely satisfied with the results, just as their partners.

Try Duo Confort without any risk

We know that before you believe all our promises, you would like to try Duo Confort for yourself. Therefore, we offer Duo Confort for the introductory price of £19,95 (including shipping). And if the anti-snoring mouthpiece does not meet your expectations, we will give you a complete refund on your purchase.

Try Duo Confort now, completely risk free and stop snoring for once and for all.

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