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Snore Therapy

How to Win Back a Good Night's Sleep

Are you one of the 30 million people who snore?

Triggers are relaxation of the musculature, the tongue dropping to the back of the mouth, and with it the associated constriction of the upper airways. The speed of the airflow increases and the uvula, soft palate and mucosal skin folds begin to vibrate — the results are audible.
Six out of ten men, and four out of ten women, over the age of 60 snore.

We can help you.

A custom-made splint for the upper and lower jaw can ensure that the lower jaw is shifted forwards and that the tongue does not fall backwards. The airways remain open, the air flow conditions correct again, and the nightly peace and your well-being return.

It has been evident for a long time that, even with light snoring, health can suffer. The danger is greatest if breathing stops completely for a few seconds, because the upper airways collapse fully for a short time.
Physicians call this pause in breathing sleep apnoea.

Usually, the affected person will wake briefly during the break, which makes the sleep less relaxing — and the result is tiredness the next day.
Furthermore, this reaction can influence the nervous system so that the blood pressure rises, leading to heart rhythm disturbances.