In addition to snoring, which is very common, sleep apnoea has become very widespread over the last 10 years.
Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSA), with its high prevalence (three out of every ten men and almost every fifth woman in the adult population), is now a major concern.
According to studies, 3% of adults suffer from snoring and 26% from sleep apnoea (breathing interruptions). These sleep-related breathing disorders can have symptoms such as daytime fatigue, lowered energy and high blood pressure. There are many therapies available to treat the symptoms; however, there are also a few treatment options that can help eliminate the causes of snoring and sleep apnea altogether. We’d be happy to provide you with more information about these options.