Dr. Johnathan Greenburg is the author behind Zyppah. At the time he designed the snoring mouthpiece, he already had more than three decades of experience in the field of dentistry. While he was an undergraduate, he also studied bioengineering.
Determined to design a product that would be both comfortable and effective at stopping snoring, he spent ten years investigating snoring, as well as sleep apnea, as the two often go hand-in-hand.
During his research, Greenburg discovered that snoring could be reduced and even eliminated in some sufferers if he could retain their airway free from blocking while they slept. Zyppah was designed to hold both the tongue and jaw forward so soft tissues cannot rest the back of your throat when you drop asleep.
When muscles are not blocking the airway, they do not vibrate against one another to produce a snoring sound. Moreover, by keeping the airway cleared all night, the body does not have to fight for oxygen, through permitting it to enjoy long sleep stages, so you wake up feeling relaxed.
Greenburg created a few versions of Zyppah. The most common one is the mouthpiece that is possible to order online without a prescript in the United States. The other variants are available with a prescription at one of the Snore No More facilities.
These versions also need to be implemented by a dentist at the Snore No More ease visited. There are five centers focusing primarily on snoring, CPAP machines, and sleep apnea, and are located in Valencia, Newport Beach, Encino, Pasadena, and Beverly Hills. My Zyppah examination only covers the non-prescription snoring solution.
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