Sleeping with a snorer

Sleeping with a snorer

Sleeping with a snorer can be difficult, especially if you can't sleep with earplugs and the snoring is over 55 decibels. There can be many arousals or micro-arousals, which can fragment sleep. 35% of women report sleeping occasionally in separate bedrooms.

Fragmented Sleep…

Fragmented sleep loses quality to the extent that the sleeper does not reach deep sleep. In addition, micro-arousals cause an increase in nervous system activity, heart rate and blood pressure. If you sleep with a snorer, there is, therefore, an increased risk of cardiovascular disorders (high blood pressure), drowsiness and depression.

How does it affect your health?

It's often difficult to assess the impact of your partner's snores on your sleep. This is because micro-arousals do not trigger significant changes in blood oxygen levels, and most home tests are based on this information. It is in this situation that our device stands out in an ingenious way: its system is based on mandibular movements and shows unprecedented results in detecting micro-arousals.

Read the article in the famous Journal of the American Medical Association written by PR. J-L. Pépin & PR. D. Gozal, 3rd and 1st worldwide sleep medicine experts. This article demonstrate the superiority of the Sunrise technology for Sleep Apnoea diagnosis. 

Sunrise can help you

Whether it's checking the impact of your partner's snoring on your sleep to get him or her to react, or assessing the progress of a situation you are already taking care of, Sunrise one is a valuable ally that will help you to ensure the quality of your own sleep at the same time. Two birds with one stone :)

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