How The TSD Stop Snore Device Works

How The TSD Stop Snore Device Works
Is Snoring A Problem For You?

Is Snoring A Real Problem?

If someone you know and live with snores, you know how first hand how annoying it can be. But, as bad as that can be, Its also not very pleasant for the sufferer. Often, it is associated with poor sleep and sleep deprivation, leading to daytime drowsiness, feeling tired all day and even morning headaches. But snoring isn’t just a nuisance, it can also be a very real health concern. If you wake gasping for air, there could be a definite problem and consulting with a physician should be a priority. Your doctor will probably prescribe a device to help prevent you from snoring. Its important to learn just how a stop snore device works.

Snoring And Sleep Apnea

Is sleep apnea caused by snoring? Not necessarily, but it is often the case. If you snore, do you have sleep apnea? Again, not necessarily. But chances are, its not good for your health. If you do suffer from sleep apnea, you should seek a doctors advice. If you do snore, by learning how to prevent it should help prevent against the ill effects of snoring.

What Causes Snoring?

Snoring is caused by a blockage of the air passage ways in your throat. This condition affevts 1 in 5 people and is a very common issue. Sometimes this condition can be caused by age and a loosening of the tissue in your throat. Weight gain and diabetes can also cause snoring because any change or restriction in your throat can cause a blockage that might cause snoring. Snoring is really just a restriction that intermittently creates a gasping sound, but depending on the level of sleep, the sound can be quite severe.

Severe snoring creates is a restriction of oxygen to your organs starving them of the necessary ingredient to function normally. The resulting oxygen starvation can cause hypertension and high blood pressure, as well as all of the associated symptoms of sleep deprivation.

How Does The AveoTSD Work?

The AveoTSD stands for “Tongue Stabilization Device” and it does exactly that. Made of medical grade silicone, the TSD fits securely and holds the tongue out of the airway eliminating any possibility of snoring altogether. Properly fitted, it becomes a part of the front part of your mouth. Whenever your tongue relaxes, the device holds it in place and stabilizes it. It’s really quite efficient and effective and more comfortable when compared to any other stop snore device that opens the airways.

The simple design is quite unique as it allows the wearer to adjust the pressure against the tip of the tongue. Its a bit tricky at first as too much pressure causes some numbness on the tip of the tongue. Too loose and it might come loose in the dead of your sleep cycle. The correct pressure will be comfortable and not too intrusive, so that it stays in place and will not allow any blockage. Snoring is then not an issue and you can sleep comfortably without disrupting your or any one else’s sleep.

If you snore, consider the AveoTSD so that you can take control of your sleep health.

It takes a bit of getting used to, but it does work.