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There have been many studies
showing that oral appliances successfully treat sleep apnea and snoring. A landmark article published in
Sleep, Vol. 27, No. 5, 2005, written by Doctors Gotsopoulos, Kelly and Cistulli, revealed that appliance
therapy reduced elevated blood pressure similar to results achieve with CPAP. These results were found to
be clinically significant and according to the authors, could represent a twenty percent (20%) reduction in
the risk of stroke if maintained for two to three years.
The blood pressure reduction found with the oral appliance was apparent in the early morning, which is
when there is significant risk for myocardial infarction and stroke. Compliance with appliance treatment
was high with patients reporting 6.8 hours of wear on average. This is much higher than patient compliance
reported with CPAP.
Sleep Apnea Sufferers are Seven Times More likely to be involved in a Car Accident.
Imagine waking up suddenly every night. Not just once, but hundreds of times. For more than 20 million Americans with sleep apnea, the most common sleep disorder, it's real and real tiring. With over
$100 billion in lost productivity, medical expenses, sick leave, and property/environmental damage reported annually, its time to put the spotlight on sleep disorder treatments. Sleep Apnea is a curable health hazard and a public threat.