To produce a rough noise, serious and continued on having breathed while he falls asleep, due to the vibration of the veil of the palate: it is to snore!

And do all the problems of pair begin for doing it?

How many kicks in the bed, looks of hatred, sleepless nights?, because unfortunately, between 70 and 80 % of the population it snores. And it is that beside provoking a troublesome noise, which alters the rest and diminishes the quality of the dream, some snorers suffer courts of the breathing or apneas of the dream, capable of provoking from problems of concentration, up to increases of the cardiovascular risk

 As Dr. Maria Jose Barba Martínez, specialist in medicine and cosmetic surgery, in the last years, ” the Uvuloplastia represented by laser (LAUP) has liberated many people

  • Quick
  • Minimally invasive
  • No side effects
  • With almost immediate results “

Laser treatment for snoring, under local anesthetic spray, consisting of retraction of the uvula (bell) by applying energy interstitial mode.

The laser heats the tissue without damaging the skin surface, favoring their contraction and further opening of the nasopharyngeal space to facilitate air flow.

Improves quality of breathing, brain oxygenation, reduces episodes of sleep apnea and snoring secondarily dims

Depending on the case, the problem can be solved in one treatment session, or require several applications of laser, to the desired tissue contraction.

Treatment is fully ambulatory.

In addition, people who snore during sleep are three times more likely to develop type 2 diabetes than non-snorers.

In fact, all sleep-disordered breathing, encompassing syndrome:

  • severe airway resistance
  • Sleep apnea (pauses in breathing nocturnal drop in oxygenation at the cellular level of the body and the brain very pronounced)
  • snoring are related to developing other diseases.

That is, one step with LASER uncomfortable snoring and prevents the passage of air through the throat, respiration and oxygenation of the body is improved.

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