Normal breathing is silent breathing through your nose. It is quiet and effortless. It allows our bodies to go into normal deep, restorative sleep, and to awake refreshed and ready to take on each new day. Snoring and sleep apnea are not normal breathing patterns, and they are not healthy.
Normal breathing is vital for living a vibrant, happy life. Unfortunately, millions around the world simply can’t breathe normally – especially at night.
OBVIOUS WARNING SIGNS
LOUD + PERSISTENT
GASPING DURING SLEEP
NOT SO OBVIOUS WARNING SIGNS
HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE
DEPRESSION + ANXIETY
Many common illnesses and disease can be the result of interrupted or abnormal breathing during sleep. If you or someone you love suffers from any of these conditions, it may be time to ask a Vivos Healthcare Professional about normal breathing.
WHEN SHOULD YOU BE CONCERNED
Consult a Professional
A surprising number of people have not consulted a professional about their concerns. Sleep Apnea has been linked to other serious health conditions and is potentially life-threatening.
OTHER CONDITIONS POSSIBLY CONNECTED TO SLEEP APNEA
Individuals who are suffering the effects of any of these conditions should consult a Vivos Health Care Professional. Our team of professionals can help determine if an underlying condition exists.
AN UNDERLYING CONDITION
One of the leading causes of obstructive sleep apnea is a narrow, compromised airway.
AN UNDERLYING CONDITION
The Vivos System
The Vivos System works to correct problems in the airway.
Correcting problems in the airway will eliminate many health concerns and restore a life full of energy, optimism and joy. The Vivos System is a non-evasive, virtually pain-free approach. Of course, treatment outcomes vary and depend on a number of factors.
Find out now if you or your loved one is a good candidate for the Vivos System.
DID YOU KNOW
An Underlying Condition
It is pretty safe to assume that most people are unaware that the root cause of many mild to potentially life-threatening conditions is a compromised or obstructed airway.
Impaired breathing during sleep is often the result of an underdeveloped or narrow airway. Recent research indicates that many health conditions can be traced to an individuals inability to breathe normally during sleep. Only a qualified healthcare professional can determine if you or your loved one has an underdeveloped or obstructed airway.
If you are like the millions of people who have tried any and everything to eliminate snoring and overcome mild to moderate sleep apnea, we invite you to schedule a FREE consultation with a Vivos Certified Provider to learn how Vivos may be able to help.