Through music therapy and psychoacoustics we offer a musical theme that we can use not only when we sleep, but also when we are awake to make a similarity and compare the advances before and after and as a musical treatment apply it to all patients who suffer this trouble.
By this means we are able to condition the patient and see it as a valid response and without feeling sadness, stupor, rage, since the ideal of music therapy is to be able to record their own snoring and that this can produce satisfaction.
Next we will present why snoring is generated, solutions and alternatives for it.
You still have problems due to the way you snore, the solution may be a mandibular advancement prosthesis, which places your jaw when you sleep in such a way that the air flow is greater and snoring is reduced in 80% of patients .
One gets used quickly and is a very good option, cheaper and less risky than surgery. The best gift you can give your partner is to stop snoring.
If you answer YES any of the following questions, you may be a candidate for snoring therapy with oral appliances.
- Does my snoring affect my relationships with my bed partner?
- Is my snoring loud?
- Have I made previous attempts to eliminate snoring?
- Does my snoring affect people when I sleep away from home? (eg hotel, camp etc.).
- Do I easily fall asleep watching television or on transportation, or reading?
If you answer affirmatively one of the previous questions, I invite you to make an appointment and assess your problem to find the best solution to your case.
The Greek word APNEA means “lack or suspension of breathing.” The first historical review that appears on apnea dates from 1889 and was associated with snoring, together with altered nasal breathing due to hypertrophy of adenoids, which could cause intellectual and daytime behavior disorders.
William Osler, in 1906, described the Pick Wick syndrome (Charles Dickens), which consisted of the association of obesity and drowsiness.
- Although the human being spends approximately a third of his life sleeping, even today, the nature of the function and the events that occur during the different phases of sleep are scientifically unknown.
- Sleep is an active phenomenon, in which it happens cyclically. a series of stadiums:
• Non-REM stage: period of relative tranquility of the brain and eye movements. It is subdivided into four stages:
o I: light sleep, the muscles relax the pulse and the breathing is balanced. Body temperature drops
O II: slow eye movements with little amplitude.
O III and IV: deep sleep, absence of eye movements.
• REM stage: rapid eye movements occur. It is the reverie phase. It can be defined as a phase of great brain activity and body paresthesia, since there is a loss of muscle tone in the body, except for the diaphragm and eye movements.
In the healthy individual, sleep begins with several minutes in stage I, followed by stages II, III and IV.
- Then stages I and II appear again and finally one hour or an hour and a half after the onset of sleep, it appears in the REM phase.