The Breathe-Easy Mouthpiece is an oral appliance worn at night for snore prevention and sleep apnea. The mouthpiece positions the lower jaw slightly forward during sleep. This widens the respiratory tract, enabling air to flow unobstructed through the breathing passage, which allows you to breathe more freely and stop snoring. The Breathe-Easy Mouthpiece also helps with Bruxism, a condition that causes you grind your teeth at night.
- Helps to Stop Snoring
- Aids with Sleep Apnea
- Prevents Grinding of Teeth
- FREE protective storage and travel case
- Simply insert the tray and enjoy a better nightĖs sleep!
- Similar cessation products can be obtained through the dental office for $500
The Breathe-Easy Mouthpiece offers many sophisticated and noteworthy benefits above and beyond the jaw forwarding technology:
- Made from soft silicone making this one of the most comfortable mouthpieces on the market
- Four large holes allows you to breathe-easy during sleep
- Air Spring Base allows for a comfortable variable bite opening and gentle TM Joint decompression
- Mouthpiece effortlessly controls your tongue position
- Ready form technology allows you to wear this mouthpiece right out of the package without boil and biting
- 97% of patients who used the oral appliance considered it effective in eliminating or reducing sleep apnea and snoring: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11405526?TB_iframe=true&height=420&width=650
- 80% of users preferred the oral appliance over the CPAP machine in the treatment of sleep apnea and snoring: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1794626/#CR124?TB_iframe=true&height=420&width=650
- 91% of these bed partners reported they slept better after their partner wore the oral appliance: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16444230?TB_iframe=true&height=420&width=650
What is Sleep Apnea?
Sleep apnea is a serious sleep disorder that occurs when a person's breathing is interrupted during sleep. People with untreated sleep apnea stop breathing repeatedly during their sleep, sometimes hundreds of times. This means the brain -- and the rest of the body -- may not get enough oxygen.
Sleep apnea often is characterized by loud snoring followed by periods of silence when breathing stops or nearly stops. Eventually, this reduction or pause in breathing may signal you to wake up, and you may awaken with a loud snort or gasping sound. You may sleep lightly due to disrupted sleep. This pattern of breathing pauses may be repeated many times during the night.
People with sleep apnea usually experience periods when breathing slows or stops at least five times during every hour of sleep.
Effects of Sleep Apnea if left Untreated:
- High Blood Pressure
- Heart Failure, Irregular Heartbeats, Heart Attack
- Worsening of ADHD
Precautions & Warnings:
- Suitable for adults only and for those with healthy gums and teeth. Not recommended to those under 18 years of age, who have loose teeth or advanced periodontal disease, who wear braces or dentures, who have severe respiratory disorders or central sleep apnea. If you think that you suffer in any way from obstructive sleep apnea please consult a physician prior to using any brand of mouthpiece
- Use of the device could result in tooth movement or changes in dental occlusion, gingival or dental soreness, discomfort to the temporomandibular joint, obstruction of oral breathing, excessive salivation