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Treat your positional sleep apnea with comfort and discretion

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Sleep Position Trainer

A more comfortable treatment for positional sleep apnea

 

The SPT is the latest treatment for positional sleep apnea. The small lightweight device is worn in a belt around your chest, reminding you with gentle vibrations to not sleep on your back. These gentle vibrations do not disrupt your sleep. It is so small that it fits in the palm of your hand, and is worn on the front side of the body in a comfortable, adjustable, chest band.

What makes the SPT unique?

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Options to treat positional sleep apnea

Treatments like CPAP & oral appliances can be effective when used properly. However, a variety of issues may limit one’s ability to use these devices regularly. The SPT was designed as a more comfortable, easier to use treatment alternative

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Effective
Comfortable
Easy to use & Maintain
Discreet
Travel friendly
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SPT

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CPAP

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MAD

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Surgery

About positional sleep apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a serious disorder in which breathing pauses and re-starts during sleep. Common symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome are snoring and excessive tiredness during the daytime.

 

When most of these pauses in breathing occur when you lie on your back, it is called positional sleep apnea (POSA). In individuals with POSA, these breathing pauses can be avoided by them sleeping on their side.

The prevelance of POSA

Signs you should be aware of

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Long term consequences of OSA

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Contact your doctor to find out if you are suitable for the SPT®

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Find a specialist

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If you are looking for a specialist in France you can search at the health directory or find a sleep lab near you at the SFRMS


If you are looking for a specialist in Germany you can take a look at the website of the DGSM.



If you are looking for a specialist in The Netherlands you can search on the website of the Dutch Apnea Society


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