What are oral appliances (OA) for obstructive sleep apnea?

Sleep apnea oral appliances are primarily intended for the treatment of patients with mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea. In some cases, oral appliance therapy of a patient with severe sleep apnea may also be considered in cases where, for some reason, CPAP therapy is not appropriate.

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Sleep apnea mouthpiece user comfort

The mouthpiece is used for a relatively many hours a day, so its tolerability and comfort become of great value. Better comfort when choosing therapies even exceeds the degree of effectiveness of the treatment.

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Physiotherapy in the treatment of insomnia

Psychophysical physiotherapy is a specialty of physiotherapy that aims to promote a person’s holistic functioning. The starting point is both the therapist’s and the client’s understanding of the connection and interaction between body and mind. The goal is to find ways for the client to survive and find solutions to their own lives through experiential learning.

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How does aging affect sleep?

Aging is associated with a decrease in the daily regulation of many body balance functions, such as sleep-wake rhythm and body temperature. As a result, older people often go to bed earlier and wake up earlier than younger adults.

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