Nastent becomes Back2Sleep, stop snoring!

Nastent becomes Back2Sleep, stop snoring!

Nastent, the well-known intranasal device for combating snoring, has evolved into Back2Sleep. This change marks a significant evolution in the way snoring and sleep apnea issues are addressed. Back2Sleep, leveraging Nastent's experience, offers a non-invasive approach to facilitate breathing during sleep and prevent airway obstruction. This innovation promises not only a quieter sleep for snorers but also an improved quality of life through a more restorative night's sleep. Choosing Back2Sleep means opting for a comfortable and effective solution for peaceful nights.

Understanding Snoring and Sleep Apnea



Let's explore the causes and impacts of snoring and sleep apnea. Snoring and sleep apnea are two often related but distinct sleep disorders. Snoring is usually due to a partial obstruction of the upper airways, while sleep apnea is characterized by breathing pauses during sleep. Both phenomena can severely impact sleep quality, leading to fatigue, daytime sleepiness, and other health problems. Snoring occurs when the soft tissues in the throat vibrate due to restricted air passage. Factors such as obesity, alcohol consumption, overweight, allergies, or sleeping on the back can worsen snoring. On the other hand, sleep apnea occurs when the airways collapse or block during sleep, which can be due to anatomical reasons such as a receding lower jaw, enlarged tonsils, or a deviated nasal septum.

The Health Consequences of Snoring



Snoring, more than a noise nuisance, is a health warning sign. Snoring may seem like just a nighttime annoyance, but it has far more serious consequences. It can lead to decreased sleep quality and increase risks of cardiovascular disorders, high blood pressure, and even work or road accidents due to sleepiness. Moreover, snoring can affect relationships, often leading partners to sleep separately.

Sleep Apnea Syndrome: Symptoms and Risks



Sleep apnea, a serious disorder requiring medical attention. Obstructive sleep apnea is characterized by repeated breathing stops during the night. Symptoms include loud snoring, frequent awakenings, morning headaches, excessive daytime sleepiness, and concentration issues. Without treatment, sleep apnea can lead to severe complications, such as cardiovascular diseases, high blood pressure, chronic fatigue, and a decreased quality of life. Identifying and treating sleep apnea is essential for maintaining good health and optimal quality of life.

Introducing Back2Sleep: The Innovation Against Snoring



Back2Sleep represents a major breakthrough in snoring and mild sleep apnea treatment. This intranasal orthosis, inheriting from Nastent, stands out for its innovative approach to keeping the airways open during sleep. Unlike sprays, strips, or other cumbersome devices, Back2Sleep offers a discreet and comfortable solution for those suffering from snoring. The Back2Sleep orthosis works by keeping the nostrils and nasal passage open, facilitating breathing and reducing the vibration of throat tissues that cause snoring. Designed with soft and flexible materials, it adapts to each user's morphology, offering a personalized and comfortable solution for improved sleep quality.

How Does Back2Sleep Work?



A simple and effective mechanism for a peaceful night. The principle of Back2Sleep is simple yet effective. The orthosis is inserted into the nostrils and acts as a nasal dilator, thus keeping the upper airways open during sleep. This opening prevents the relaxation of muscles and throat tissues, reducing vibration and snoring. The ergonomic design of Back2Sleep ensures a comfortable fit, allowing users to sleep in any position without discomfort.

Benefits of Back2Sleep Over Other Anti-Snoring Solutions



Why choose Back2Sleep? More than just an anti-snoring solution. Back2Sleep stands out from other anti-snoring solutions for its discretion, comfort, and effectiveness. Unlike noisy CPAP devices or sometimes uncomfortable dental orthoses, Back2Sleep offers a non-invasive and silent alternative. It does not interfere with the partner's sleep and does not require a long or complex adaptation period.

Frequently Asked Questions about Nastent & Back2Sleep



Q. "Is Back2Sleep safe and risk-free?"

A. Back2Sleep has been rigorously tested to ensure its safety and effectiveness. Designed with hypoallergenic and comfortable materials, it minimizes the risk of irritation or allergy. Moreover, its intranasal design makes it less invasive than other anti-snoring devices. Back2Sleep follows European safety standards and is approved by medical authorities, making it a safe option for reducing snoring and improving sleep quality.

Q. "What is the difference between Nastent and Back2Sleep?"

A. Back2Sleep is the successor to Nastent, with several key improvements. While both products share the same goal of reducing snoring by keeping the airways open, Back2Sleep offers a more advanced and customizable design. It features a wider range of sizes for a perfect fit and is made with higher quality materials for increased comfort

. Back2Sleep also benefits from additional research and development to optimize its effectiveness and ease of use.

Q. "How to maintain the Back2Sleep orthosis?"

A. Maintaining the Back2Sleep orthosis is crucial to ensure its effectiveness and longevity. After each use, it is recommended to rinse the orthosis with warm water and dry it thoroughly. For deep cleaning, you can use a nasal spray or saline solution. It is important to store Back2Sleep in a clean and dry place, preferably in its original case to avoid any contamination. Regular maintenance will not only ensure the durability of the orthosis but also contribute to maintaining optimal nasal hygiene.
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