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Snoring and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) are breathing disorders that affects millions of people. During sleep, the lower jaw relaxes and moves backward. This leads to crowding and obstruction of air passage in the back of the mouth. Partial obstruction leads to snoring, while complete obstruction leads to OSA. More than 25% of the adult population suffers from snoring. People who snore may have OSA, but have not been diagnosed. Mandibular advancement devices such as RidSnore, have been found to be effective in clinical studies. Doctors recommend their use for treatment of snoring and OSA. Snoring is not only socially unattractive, but can lead to symptoms similar to those of OSA, such as daytime sleepiness, lack of concentration, headache, forgetfulness, irritability, bad mood, and depression. The ultimate danger is nodding off while driving. If your spouse moved out of the bedroom because of your snoring, then you have a serious snoring problem. It is recommended to seek medical advice but until then RidSnore will help you alleviate snoring and OSA. RidSnore has been designed as a simple and economic device for treating snoring and sleep apnea. It holds the lower jaw and the tongue slightly forward while you sleep thus preventing crowding in the back of the mouth and enabling air to flow more smoothly. It comes with two mouthpieces to advance the lower jaw by approximately 5 or 8 mm. Use whichever works better for you.
Tips For Using RidSnore
- When you go to bed, keep your jaw in a forward position and with your teeth in place within the device. After you fall asleep, the device will keep your lower jaw in the advanced position. If you wake up in the middle of the night, make sure the mouthpiece remains in place. After a while you will be able to do this without waking up.
- The mouthpiece is designed for the average bite. Some people may get 100% improvement while others may get less.
- With this device, there should be no pain or gum irritation. If you notice any gum irritation stop using the device. It takes no time getting accustomed to it.
- The device is likely to be more effective when you sleep on your side.
- Do not use this device if you have missing front teeth or gum disease.
- If you have sinus congestion, use decongestants before going to bed to clear your sinuses.
To Sleepless Nights
Caused By Snoring!
" .....Oral appliances that advance the lower jaw forward are recommended as a first line treatement for snoring and sleep apnea....."
(American Academy of Sleep Medicine)
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