Snore Guard For Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a breathing condition that leads to frequent, loud snoring during sleep. Instigation occurs when the soft tissues at the back of your throat relax during sleep. This relaxation is what causes the interruption in breathing. The interruptions can last ten to twenty seconds while occurring hundreds of times a night. Sleep apnea typically occurs more in male, smokers, and elderly populations.

For sleep apnea, a Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) machine is often the primary treatment. CPAP delivers a continuous stream of air through a mask, preventing the airway from collapsing during sleep.

Common symptoms of sleep apnea include, but are not limited to: