EMST Sleep Apnea
Sleep Apnea or OSA
The EMST150 is the most clinically validated expiratory muscle trainer and has been proven to be effective in addressing weakened respiratory muscles that contribute to a person’s likelihood to suffer from Sleep Apnea, also referred to as Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA).
There are several types of Sleep Apnea and many contributing factors to being diagnosed as having Sleep Apnea or OSA. The more common form of Sleep Apnea occurs when throat muscles relax while sleeping. Weakened expiratory muscles exaggerate the relaxing of throat muscles and contribute to this key underlying issue in the most common form of Sleep Apnea and OSA. The EMST150 is proven to strengthen these important respiratory muscles, which may reduce or even potentially eliminate this common form of Sleep Apnea.
Sleep Apnea is a serious health issue. If you suspect you suffer from Sleep Apnea or have been diagnosed with Sleep Apnea you should consult a healthcare professional.
The EMST150 is a drug-free, simple, and hassle-free way to strengthen your expiratory muscles. Completed training with the EMST150 could reduce or eliminate your Sleep Apnea risks and symptoms, as well as your reliance on a CPAP machine (with a medical professional’s approval).
EMST150 Key Benefits in Addressing Sleep Apnea or OSA
- Strengthens Expiratory Muscles from Over Relaxing During Sleep in as little as three to five weeks of using the EMST150
- Improved Sleep Quality
- Can Reduce Associated Snoring
- Can Reduce Associated Health Risks
- Can Reduce or Eliminate Reliance on a CPAP Machine (with a medical professional’s approval)
- Easy to Use, Drug-Free, No-Risk Solution to Addressing Sleep Apnea or OSA
- Short-term expiratory muscle strength training attenuates sleep apnea and improves sleep quality in patients with obstructive sleep apnea
- Respiratory Muscle Training in Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnoea: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
High- and low-intensity expiratory muscle strength training in patients with severe obstructive sleep apnea syndrome using non-invasive mechanical ventilation: A double-blinded, randomized controlled trial