Snoring Treatments

We can help find the right treatment for you.

Snoring Treatments

We can help find the right treatment for you.

Snoring Treatments2023-07-31T18:05:16-02:30

At Breathe Well, we understand that snoring can disrupt your sleep and affect your quality of life. That’s why we offer effective sleep solutions to help you breathe better and sleep soundly.

While several solutions are available, Breathe Well only offers the best-in-class devices. Two of the most common and effective snoring treatments include:

  • EPAP Masks
  • ExciteOSA Therapy

While PAP devices are adequate for their own intents and purposes, you may find that you don’t qualify for PAP therapy but still need help. These alternative solutions are convenient and easy to use, making them popular among snorers.

No electricity or additional tubing is required. So, wherever you fall asleep, whether on the couch, on the plane, or in the comfort of your own bed, Breathe Well has you covered.

Please note that these options are not for treating moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnea. A sleep study must first be completed to rule out the possibility of obstructive sleep apnea before the use of the following options.

Snoring Treatments We Carry

If you’re looking for an effective sleep aid that can help you breathe better and sleep soundly, consider EPAP Masks and ExciteOSA therapy. Our team of experts can help you find the most suitable solution for your sleeping needs, ensuring a restful night each and every night!

We understand that determining the most appropriate treatment option for your unique sleeping needs is crucial to improving overall sleep health. That’s why we’re proud to offer two of the most effective snoring treatments on the market, each boasting its own unique features and specs.

The following treatments are designed to tackle the underlying causes of snoring, whether nasal congestion, tongue positioning, or airway collapse. Our selection at Breathe Well includes:

Optipillow EPAP Mask:

EPAP Masks work by creating back pressure in the airway, which helps keep it open during sleep. This can reduce or eliminate snoring and improve overall sleep quality.

ExciteOSA:

ExciteOSA Therapy is a muscle stimulation therapy that helps train the tongue muscles to stay in position, reducing the risk of airway collapse and snoring.

Are YOU In Need of a Snoring Treatment?

Are you a snorer or someone who suffers from sleep apnea or other sleep-related conditions? If so, it’s important to be proactive and take steps toward achieving a better night’s sleep.

At Breathe Well, we understand the importance of treating sleep disorders. That’s why we offer a range of sleeping solutions, including options for snorers so that YOU can experience the elimination of snoring and other sleep-related symptoms.

If left untreated and unaddressed, sleep apnea, snoring, or other related conditions can result in a myriad of health problems as a consequence. So, DON’T wait to seek treatment!

Be sure to contact Breathe Well and self-refer yourself for a sleep study with us. Our team of experts will guide you through the entire process to help YOU find the best treatment for your specific needs.

Don’t let snoring impede your life. Start your journey to better sleep today with Breathe Well!

Have questions about Snoring Treatments? We have answers.

What’s the difference between a PAP Device and alternative snoring options?2023-11-01T14:19:58-02:30

The main difference between PAP devices and alternative snoring options is that PAP devices are medical devices that treat sleep apnea by delivering positive airway pressure, while alternative snoring options such as EPAP devices and ExciteOSA devices are designed to address snoring specifically.

Do I need a prescription to purchase a snoring mask?2023-11-01T14:20:38-02:30

No prescription is required to purchase a snoring mask or any alternative snoring treatment option. A prescription IS needed, however, to purchase a PAP device.

How do I know which snoring option is right for me?2023-11-01T14:21:09-02:30

The most appropriate snoring option will depend largely on the determined cause and severity. As such, It is recommended to consult with a healthcare professional or sleep specialist to determine the most appropriate route to take.

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