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Product Review: AveoTSD

AveoTSD


 

AveoTSD is a revolutionary device that is so successful it is even replacing the need for the famous CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machine for apnea cases. Essentially, this device can tackle just about any sleeping condition in an effective and safe way. Not to mention, it’s an affordable option, particularly for those with sleep apnea who have to fork out upwards of $3000 to buy a CPAP machine. So whether you’re experiencing a light snoring condition, or a more severe sleeping condition like obstructive sleep apnea, this device might work wonders for you.

 

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Originally developed in New Zealand, the device as found itself becoming a worldwide must for sleep sufferers. Recommended by doctors, and clinically tested, the success stories and positive results that this sleep aid has had are numerous. In just a short time, the device started as an idea, and has developed into one of the major competitors battling to provide the best sleeping device in the world.

So how does it work?

AveoTSD has an easy application method. It is attached to the tongue, and acts by preventing the tongue from causing airway blockage. Typically it is a combination between the soft issues in the neck and the tongue that contribute to a blockage in the airway. It’s made with BPA free safe material, and is hailed by doctors as a successful choice for a variety of sleep-related problems.

The overall reviews of this device are very positive. As a high rated device, it should be obvious that it works well. However, there are a lot of rip offs that try to pose as the AveoTSD. The best way to avoid this is to either order directly from Aveotsd.com, or to assure that the product is at around retail price ($120). There have been reported complaints of people purchasing the wrong device, so be careful when buying on sites that list it under retail or may use different wording in the product description when compared to its main site.

Are there any side effects?

There are no reported side effects that are long-term. Most people who use the aid report slight discomfort in the jaw or tongue in the initial week. But once the initial discomfort passes, it’s well worth its great results. It’s also reported that once the initial period is over, the device is actually quite comfortable. Compared to the price and many complaints about the CPAP machine, it seems like a no-brainer to give the Aveo a try.

Is it safe?

The clinical tests and doctor recommendations really say it all. But to be clear: the device is safe. It’s designed to not be a choking risk or slip into the mouth. He bulk of the device sticks outside of the mouth, preventing it from dislodging or falling into the throat. However, keep the device away from children, as it could be a choking hazard used improperly.

What initial steps should I take?


The first thing to do is to consult your medical doctor to determine that the snoring or apnea problem is based in the throat. If this is the case, consult him on all options available, and ask whether or not AveoTSD would be an appropriate device to cure your ailment.

Also, it is recommendable that you check out other natural ways to cure snoring, which you can find here. The goal is to promote a holistic health to assure that snoring is eliminated entirely, perhaps with the end result of not requiring any device for a healthy sleep.

The final step is to order! You can find the product on the main site at here. It is important to understand that to assure authenticity, ordering the device off of the main site or through a pharmacy or doctor is recommended.

 

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Think snoring is normal? Why sleep apnea shouldn’t be ignored

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People who snore may think that their partners or roommates are the ones most affected by their nightly symphonies — after all, they’re the ones who are kept awake while the noisemaker remains, for the most part, blissfully unaware.

But snoring can be more than just an annoyance to anyone else in the room; it can be a symptom of a serious health condition, and has been linked to dangers like heart disease.

Here is more information on snoring.