Marrying two established concepts has led to a revolutionary daytime therapy

Two clinically proven concepts:

1. Training your tongue and upper airway muscles can lead to a reduction in sleep apnoea and snoring, e.g. Jordan et al., 2006.

2. Neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) can retrain muscle function and build muscle tone and endurance, e.g. Taylor et al., 1993.

Marrying the two introduces a new approach to sleep disturbance: NMES applied to the tongue as a patient friendly daytime therapy helping solve a root problem of sleep apnoea and snoring.

The clinical story to eXciteOSA started in 2018. Watch the video for more on the science behind eXciteOSA.

Clinically Proven Efficacy 80% OF PATIENTS  reported more than 50% REDUCTION in snoring1-2

eXciteOSA® has been clinically proven to improve the quality of sleep by reducing snoring and sleep apnoea significantly, when used for 20 minutes, once a day for 6 weeks1-2

90%
of patients reported reduction in snoring time2
89%
of bed partners reported reduction of their partners snoring2
79%
of sleep apnoea patients achieved reduction in sleep apnoea measures2

“I have been very surprised by this device. The feedback and adherence from the patients have been excellent, reporting an improvement in their snoring. The integration between the app and the device work is smooth, easy and intuitive. Excellent idea!”

Peter M Baptista

Dr. Peter M Baptista, MD, PhD

Clínica Universidad de Navarra, Madrid, Spain
Expert in Sleep and ENT

“I believe that the eXciteOSA® device will play a large role in helping to treat patients with sleep disordered breathing; in particular those with primary snoring, as well as those with mild sleep apnoea, leading to improved sleep quality for both the patient and the partner.”

Professor Bhik Kotecha

Professor Bhik Kotecha

Consultant Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon
Nuffield Health Brentwood Hospital, London, United Kingdom

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References

  1. Kotecha, B., Wong, P.Y., Zhang, H. et al. A novel intraoral neuromuscular stimulation device for treating sleep-disordered breathing. Sleep and Breathing (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11325-021-02355-7
  2. Baptista et al. Daytime Neuromuscular Electrical Therapy of Tongue Muscles in Improving Snoring. Journal of Clinical Medicine (2021)