BreathEasy

When the soft-tissue in the back of your throat collapses, snoring ensues. If severe enough, little to no opening will exist; thus, causing a blockage of airflow. This condition is otherwise known as Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA).

Our anti-snoring device works to create a positive airflow via your nasal passageway in order to prevent the soft-tissue in the back of your throat from collapsing. You may be wondering, “How is this possible?”

The answer lies within the intricate array of air filters and micro-screens located within our device:

  • An array of carbon air filters both purify and accelerate your air intake. Simultaneously, micro-screens in the exhalation vents act as a pressure gradient that limits the amount of air lost in each exhale.
  • While working in unison, the above-stated elements of our device will increase your air intake without letting such excess air escape. As a result, more air is taken in, than lost; thus, creating a positive air pressure build-up.

    A steady build-up and continuous flow of such pressure prevent the soft-tissue in the back of your throat from collapsing while asleep. Please reference the video below to learn more about how our device works to alleviate you from snoring:

     

     

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