One third of the population snores. Spouses and sometimes even children are often repeatedly interrupted during their sleep cycles by a snoring family member, which can lead to tension and overwhelming tiredness during the day. Snoring can often times be a precursor or symptom of sleep apnea which is potentially a life threatening condition. Snoring leads to poor sleep quality for the snorer and those in the same house.
The struggle for breath also leads to soaring blood pressure that can cause heart damage and possible stroke. It is important to learn all you can about snoring if this is a problem for you. Many treatments are available and under the right conditions we can fabricate an anti-snoring device that has exhibited initial snoring prevention success rates of between 70 to 100%. Further information is available at our office.