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PX3 Sleep
Research

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Preliminary PX3 Clinical Sleep Trial Results

PX3 is by definition a fully customized Mandibular Advancement Device (MAD) and is clinically validated to treat mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Numerous studies on MADs and oral appliance therapy have been done demonstrating the effectiveness of treating mild to moderate OSA with such devices.

 

While CPAP therapy remains a top option for patients suffering from OSA, PX3 offers a viable alternative for those unable to tolerate CPAP or seeking non-surgical or non-pharmacological solutions.

Before deciding on any treatment options, it is imperative that you first consult with a qualified medical or dental professional.  As with any treatment solution, there are certain limitations and potential risks that you need to discuss and consider with your healthcare provider.  

Man Sleeping

43.52% decrease in apnea events

43.32% decrease in snoring

Examining Blood Sample

1.59% increase in blood oxygen levels

Supporting (MAD) studies

Study 1

Mandibular advancement devices in obstructive sleep apnea: an updated review

Study 2

Efficacy of mandibular advancement device in the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome

Study 3

Mandibular advancement device use in obstructive sleep apnea: ORCADES study 5-year follow-up data

VO2 max test. Sportswoman with mask running on treadmill. Female athlete in sports science

PX3 Performance Research

Air Force Academy

Physiological Effects of Wearing Athletic Mouth Pieces While Performing Various Exercises

Military Medicine, Volume 183, Issue suppl_1, March-April 2018, Pages 510–515,

Michael F Zupan, USAFA, BSC (Ret.), Dyana L Bullinger, MS, Brenda Buffington, EdD, Caroline Koch, BS, Samantha Parker, BS, Steve Fragleasso, BS, Taylor Fogg, Shay Rasmussen-Woerner, BS

Participants:

Twenty-five fully informed, non-smoking male and female subjects participated in this research study. The subject pool comprised non-smoking United States Air Force Academy (USAFA) cadets, USAFA civilian employees, and United States military members that were currently partaking in aerobic exercise for more than 30 min/d, at least three times per week.

Barbell with Weights

13% increase in strength

Road Biking

9% increase in endurance

Track and Field Athlete being ready in the blocks alone with no competition, sprinter, emp

5% increase in speed

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