Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA)

Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA) is a sleeping disorder which results in pauses during breathing whilst asleep. The patient is often unaware they have the condition and it is usually noticed by their partners who notice these pauses in their breath pattern whilst they are asleep. Patients with OSA often wake up tired and irritable because their quality of sleep will have been so poor. They may find it difficult to stay focused and are forgetful. None of these traits are conducive to maintaining good relationships. The fatigue and sleepiness that patients with OSA suffer can prevent them from being full participants in life.

OSA is thought to affect approximately four per cent of women and nine percent of men between the ages of 30 and 60 years. Studies have shown that people with the condition are so fatigued during the day that when driving, their performance is similar to that of a drunk driver.

There have been several recent scientific studies looking at these issues. These studies found that quality-of-life was significantly impaired in patients with OSA and that treatment could restore normal function.

SnorBan® reduces snoring, which prevents sleep apnoea, but it is not a treatment against sleep apnoea. If you suspect that you suffer from sleep apnoea, you must contact your doctor.

  1. SnorBan anti-snoring mouthpiece eliminates or reduces snoring and improves the quality of sleep. SnorBan has a documented effect and works immediately. It gives a high degree of comfort as it is individually shaped to fit the user's set of teeth. SnorBan is made of hypo-allergenic thermoplastic and in a light and durable design. Special offer: Guaranteed effect or your money back within 30 days!


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