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Sleep apnea influences the way you inhale air whenever you're asleep. A person who is suffering from sleep apnea faces a lot of problems in breathing whenever they’re sleeping, further leading to severe sleep deprivation. In fact, sleep apnea causes daytime sleepiness, tiredness, poor concentration and many other problems that can make your life miserable. It can also end up causing bigger health problems in the future such as high blood pressure, insomnia, heart diseases and so much more. So, to save yourself from all such potential health problems, you need to cure sleep apnea. And if you’re not comfortable with the mask treatment, we have some other solutions for you as well. Let’s take a look at the best of them:

Oral Treatment

If you use oral instruments to treat sleep apnea, it will keep your tongue and soft tissues in the right position. This will straight away keep your airway open whenever you’re asleep, making it one of the best treatments for those who suffer from obstructive sleep apnea. Additionally, these oral instruments are much better than mask treatments as they won’t make you feel uneasy.

Pillar Procedure

This is a treatment done by doctors to prevent sleep apnea. In this treatment, the doctor places a small woven insert into your soft palate, which further helps to decrease the flutter and opens the airway to help you breathe in a proper manner. Also, this treatment is not at all painful as it doesn’t involve any destruction or removal of the tissue.

Somnoplasty

Temperature Controlled Radio Frequency (TCRF) is usually known as Somnoplasty. In this procedure, minimal surgical technology is used which reduces the volume of soft tissues around your tongue in a precise amount. This treatment is usually used by people who have tried the mask therapy and failed. But using it as the first option can be a more effective and quicker solution.

Winx Sleep Therapy System

This sleep therapy system helps in generating a negative pressure in the oral system that also fixes the soft palate and stabilizes the position of your tongue. However, this treatment is not for everyone. Patients who have a serious respiratory issue, such as an extreme lung ailment like COPD, those with a progressed periodontal ailment and anyone less than 18 years of age must not opt for this system.

Night Shift

This is a kind of belt which you can wear on the back of your neck. This belt vibrates whenever the wearer is sleeping on their back, thereby alerting and helping them to change their sleeping position right away. As we all know that sleeping on one’s back causes increased snoring and sleep apnea, this belt acts as an alarm to prevent you from doing the same.

Provent Sleep Apnea Therapy

This therapy helps the patient to breathe in freely whenever they inhale the air. While breathing out, the valve closes and the air going through the nose is coordinated through two little air channels. This adds weight to the breathing route and keeps the route open until the beginning of the following inward breath.

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