I have seen this sleep apnea solution on FOX News. A new technology is helping sleep apnea patients sleep easier. Provent Therapy, which is disposable and lightweight, is being used as an alternative to the traditional C-PAP machine treatment.
Provent Therapy Reviews. Provent Therapy is a new treatment for obstructive sleep apnea. Studies have shown that treating OSA can reduce health risks (like depression and heart disease) associated with the disease. Provent Therapy has been proven to:
• Improve your sleep
• Increase your enthusiasm to get things done
• Reduce OSA-related snoring
• Lead to a better quality of sleep
• Reduce daytime sleepiness
• Increase your energy
• Decrease apneas (breathing pauses)
• OSA leads to narrowing of the airway, which can cause disrupted sleep. Over time, chronic sleep disruptions lead to many health problems and can make you feel tired.
Provent Therapy Overview
A breakthrough treatment for obstructive sleep apnea:
What to Expect in Provent Therapy
As with all therapies, it will take you awhile to get used to Provent therapy. Here’s how to use it and what to expect:
1. Inhale through your mouth or through your nose, whichever is more comfortable for you.
2. Exhale through your mouth. If you try to exhale through your nose whilst still awake, you’ll notice the large amount of resistance felt. That is completely normal and nothing to worry about, and simply lets you know that the device is working. When you fall asleep, your breathing will automatically switch to through the nose, which will effectively switch the device on.
3. Relax. You shouldn’t engage in any activities once you’ve put the device onto your nose. Just try to relax and get to sleep. Keep a glass of water next to the bed, as you may wake up in the night with a sore throat.
4. Continue with use. The Provent device should be worn every evening for the best results. It is meant to be for single use, so make sure that you use a new set every night.
Provent Sleep Apnea Therapy requires a prescription from your doctor. Ask your doctor about it.