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sleepAPPnea Aware

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iPhone / iPad
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"sleepAPPnea Aware ©" is an application developed specifically to create market awareness and help people who snore which may indicate a potential sleep related breathing problem such as sleep apnea.

Did you know?
60% of the population snore from time to time. It is an indication of a potential breathing problem.
Fatigue, Depression, Decreased sex drive, Poor concentration/memory and waking with a Headache are all symptoms of sleep apnea.
Related diseases: Asthma, High blood pressure, Heart & Cardiovascular diseases, Diabetes, Obesity, ADHD, Stroke, and more.

What is apnea?
Sleep disorder that produces shallow breathing or pauses in breathing. Pauses
can last from few seconds to minutes. Apnea can happen as often as 30 times or more per hour.

Over 20% of all adults worldwide have apnea.
Over 80% of people with apnea are unaware they have the disorder, undiagnosed and untreated.
Up to 58% of people with type 2 Diabetes have apnea.
Over 30% of people with high blood pressure suffer from apnea.
A person with apnea is 7 times more likely to have a stroke.
A person with apnea is 7 times more likely to be involved in a car accident

There is great importance in the earliest possible diagnosis of sleep apnea.

"SleepAPPnea Aware ©" monitors your sleep using your smartphone. Your breathing, snoring sound, are recorded and stored on the smartphone.
The next morning you will be able to review your snore score along with a summary of the night. How long did you sleep? How often and how loudly you snored? You can even see the entire sleep session on a zoomable graph and listen to it!
Your monitored data is sent for further analysis directly to us, PTech HM. After a short time, we will reply back to your email with a summary report and next step's recommendations. All this is done free of charge and without obligation.

Using "sleepAPPnea Aware ©" could be the first step to solve your problem!