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Headache and OSAS

Headache and OSAS

Headache related to snoring and sleep apnea. This time we bring you a comment provided by Dr. Pedro Mayoral on the appearance of headaches, his treatment with DAM OrthoApnea, and its link with SAHS and snoring. A retrospective study showed that 24% of patients with sleep apnea had frequent morning headache, which was not different from the other groups. 30% of patients with chronic headache and other symptoms of sleep apnea have significant improvement in headache after treatment of sleep apnea….

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Experiences with anti snoring devices

Experiences with anti snoring devices

Experiences with Anti Snoring and Mandibular Advancement devices. Many of us snore and for most it is no problem. However for some snoring is a cause of poor sleep and possibly encourages/contributes to sleep apnea (breathing difficulty during sleep). It can also be a cause of tension within relationships. At Northway Dental Practice is offered one of the most effective treatments for snoring: the Mandibular Advancement Device (also called an anti-snoring appliance or snoring appliance). This works by positioning the lower jaw a…

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Orthoapnea. Oral appliance against sleep apnea and snoring.

Orthoapnea. Oral appliance against sleep apnea and snoring.

Orthoapnea ® is a revolutionary prosthesis which constitutes the most conmfortable and effective alternative for the treatment of snoring and sleep apnea. Intraoral splints alter the position of the mandibula, the tongue and other structures in order to guarantee the free flow of air through the upper airway avoiding the obstruction of air during the night.

INNOVATIVE APPLIANCE AS A SOLUTION FOR THE HEALTH RISK PROBLEM “SNORING”!

INNOVATIVE APPLIANCE AS A SOLUTION FOR THE HEALTH RISK PROBLEM “SNORING”!

  Contrary to general positions, that snoring is a disturbing, but harmless phenomenon, recent studies have showed, that this is not the case. Is snoring only an exception of our nocturnal life, as it occurs usually at increased alcohol consumption or diseases of the paranasal sinus, you can go to bed unworried. however, that looks entirely different in case of chronic snoring: the shortage of the cerebration with oxygen may have in the long term considerable consequences for the daily…

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