Treatment of sleep apnea

The obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a serious medical condition in which the soft tissues in back of the throat collapse and block the airway and preventing air from getting to the lungs. this Blocking reduces the oxygen supply to the brain, which then sends a signal to respiratory muscles to tighten to unlock the passage of air, leading So its a fairly severe snoring. Stages of sleep are violently disturbed during these moments stop airflow.

Braces work by re-aligning a non-surgical the lower jaw and tongue to keep airway open. They are comfortable, easy maintenance, and non-invasive. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine recommends these devices in cases of snoring (without AOS) or mild OSA and patients with OSA moderate and severe who are intolerant or refuse CPAP.