According to AADSM statistics, one in 15 people in the US suffers from sleep apnea. Those people are beginning to realize that they can find relief from snoring and sleep apnea symptoms, like drowsiness, irritability, memory problems, and even falling asleep while driving. Maybe it’s the new, obnoxious commercials for over-the-counter snore relieving mouthpieces that have their attention. For some time now, many products have been on the market to help people stop snoring. Sticky strips that you place across your nose, a shirt that makes you sleep on your side, herbal remedies, narcotics – there’s even a special bracelet that’s supposed to keep you from snoring. There is a market for these products, so if you’re not on the bandwagon, maybe you should be.
Some of the more popular dentist-distributed devices include and the TAP appliance. Many dental labs make oral appliances to hold the lower jaw forward so that the patient has free airflow while sleeping. Explore the links below to learn more about snoring and sleep apnea therapy.
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