Snooze alert: A sleep disorder may be harming your body and brain

Instead of relying on forced air to keep his airway open when he sleeps, Arnott now wears this soft oral appliance at night. The device is more comfortable than CPAP, he says, and has decreased his apnea symptoms to "negligible" or "mild."
Instead of relying on forced air to keep his airway open when he sleeps, Arnott now wears this soft oral appliance at night. The device is more comfortable than CPAP, he says, and has decreased his apnea symptoms to "negligible" or "mild."