SUAD For Dummies: Treating Sleep Apnea

If you or someone you know suffer from sleep apnea, then you may have heard of the SUAD Device by now. It really is a better alternative compared to other options on the market in regards to treating sleep apnea.

First off, it’s important to understand what the SUAD device is and what it’s used for. If you’re not in the medical space, it’s not always easy to comprehend these big fancy medical terms, and that’s okay. Here’s a brief description of this new savvy tech product invented by Dr. Patrick Strong; The SUAD device looks similar to a mouthguard and it is used for the purpose of reducing snoring and/or sleep-disordered breathing problems. That’s it, it’s that simple.

Snoring is caused when your breathing hits the soft tissues, which creates a vibration. That vibration is what makes that loud noise we’ve come to know as snoring. Sleep apnea, due to sleep-disordered breathing problems, arises when the sleeper is frequently woken up throughout sleep as a defensive response by the brain every time breathing is cut off. Though the sleeper does not physically wake up, their sleep cycle is constantly being disturbed, which is just as exhausting and prevents that feeling of being well-rested. Thus, the main solution for sleep apnea or snoring is to open up the airways, and this has been done by undergoing surgery or CPAP therapy. However, these solutions may not be for everyone, considering their severity in discomfort and commitment.

The SUAD Device, which stands for Strong Upper Airway Dilating Device, is a much more comfortable and reliable solution for sleep apnea. The device cures sleep related breathing problems by pushing the jaw slightly forward to give the tongue more room and opens up the throat’s airways. With more room for oxygen to flow, snoring sounds are drastically reduced. Also, since the sleeper is not being cut off of oxygen anymore, the brain stops having to wake up in response to alarm throughout the night.

A thinner device but still stronger than other similar products since it does not break from forceful jaw strain. It is more comfortable, since it is custom made to the casted frame shapes around the arches of the mouth. Just like that, it becomes easier for the sleeper to open and close their mouth, drink water, and talk while wearing this device. FDA cleared and a Registered Health Canada Medical Device. Tiny and convenient for travelling. Clinically proven to treat all degrees of obstructive sleep apnea.

A lot of people suffer from sleep-disordered breathing problems which cause negative results overall and severely impact mental and physical health. Visit Strong Denture and Snoring or call to find out if your insurance plan covers the cost of a SUAD Device and start waking up feeling rested!

  • Gary says:

    Is this snoring device covered under employee benefits plans?

    • admin says:

      Each coverage plan is different. If you please call our office during regular hours at Leamington: (519) 322-1377 or Windsor: (519) 979-0070, we can gladly look into it for you. Thanks.

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