Understanding Sleep Apnea
Millions Suffer From Obstructed Breathing
Normal breathing is silent breathing through your nose. It is quiet and effortless. It allows our bodies to go into a normal deep, restorative sleep and to awake refreshed and ready to take on each new day.
- Snoring and sleep apnea are not normal.
- Chronic Snoring (Loud & Persistent)
- Gasping Episodes (Gasping during sleep)
- Daytime Drowsiness (Frequently Tired)
- Headaches (Morning)
- Chronic Pain (Persistent)
- Obesity (Overweight)
- Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)
- Mood Swings (Depression + Anxiety)
One of the leading causes of sleep apnea is a compromised or an obstructed airway.
Snoring and even mild-to-moderate Sleep Apnea is NOT normal.
When Should I Consult a Professional?
If you or someone you love is suffering the effects of an obstructed airway during sleep, your risk of developing potentially serious health conditions is increased.
- Chronic Allergies
- Heart Disease
- Attention Deficit
Obstructed breathing is a potentially serious condition. Consult a healthcare provider.
It may be possible to correct the underlying condition and eliminate sleep apnea using The Vivos System.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea is often caused by underdeveloped jaws.
Obstructed breathing during sleep may lead to other health conditions, which can vary from slightly annoying to potentially life-threatening.
If you or someone you love is suffering from an obstructed airway…
Ask us today if The Vivos System may be able to help.
Pretty Faces – Less Braces
Pretty teeth are just the beginning.
Discover how Vivos may help correct development issues that lead to crooked or crowded teeth and may improve your child’s overall health and wellness.
Millions of Children Suffer From An Underdeveloped Mouth and Jaws
Crooked or crowded teeth in children is often the result of underdeveloped upper and lower jaws. Such children often have difficulty breathing at night. A lack of a good night’s sleep may lead to serious health concerns.
The most important stages of growth for your child’s face and jaws occurs during childhood. It’s not your fault. Bad habits and other environmental conditions may cause the jaws to develop incorrectly. Early diagnosis and treatment may improve your child’s overall health and wellness and may prevent future problems.
Your child’s body is beautifully unique and every Vivos experience is unique. A Vivos provider can help you understand if your child is a good candidate for the Vivos System.
By correcting the underlying developmental issues in the mouth and jaws, the need for braces may be eliminated and both current and future health concerns may be avoided. If your child is showing the early signs of an underdeveloped jaw, crooked or crowded teeth, mouth breathing, bed wetting or even restless sleep, we invite you to schedule a consultation with your Vivos provider today.
The Vivos System promotes the natural growth and proper positioning of the teeth, mouth and jaws. The Vivos system may be able to prevent the need for braces for many children. Many childhood health conditions may be the result of an Underdeveloped mouth and jaws.
It may be possible to correct the underlying conditions using The Vivos System.
- Bed Wetting
- LOW IQ
- Mouth Breathing
- Academic Challenges
- Arrested Growth
- Chronic Allergies
Crowded teeth may be an indication of a more serious developmental issue. The Vivos System includes comfortable, easy-to-wear oral appliances, worn mainly at night.
Vivos May Be Able to Help. If your child suffers from one or more of these conditions, it may be as simple as this…
Your child can’t breathe properly.
You are not alone. Millions of children suffer from developmental issues in their mouth and jaws.
Mommy, “I can’t sleep.”