If you’ve just been diagnosed with sleep apnea, you may be feeling overwhelmed about living with this disorder. With so many new treatments for sleep
Obstructive sleep apnea is the most common type of sleep apnea, affecting 18 million American adults. If you think you may have this sleep disorder,
John Cox the CEO of Somnera Health based in San Clemente California joins Enterprise Radio. Somnera Health is launching an innovative equity crowdfunding campaign on RedCrow to raise money for its sleep apnea product that will transform the marketplace.
Somnera’s new system “is a game changer” with the 22 million people dealing with sleep apnea, Cox says. “Sleep apnea is one of the most important healthcare markets, and patients with sleep apnea are more than tired: sleep apnea makes a host of other conditions, ranging from diabetes to dementia, worse. The problem is that most patients don’t want or can’t tolerate existing treatments.
“As the number of sleep apnea diagnoses grows and reliance on CPAP continues to increase, the number of people who struggle with long-term adherence to CPAP therapy also increases. We are proud to work with Somnera on the launch of this disruptive, low-flow technology that can potentially benefit thousands of CPAP patients who are unsatisfied with traditional CPAP therapy,” said Anthony Zadnik, CEO of Agile Medical. “Somnera will be available for purchase and supported exclusively at The CPAP Shop.”
Somnera, Inc., (Fresca Medical, Inc., d.b.a. Somnera Inc.), a privately held sleep solutions and connected health company, announces the launch of the Somnera™ System for Sleep Apnea patients. This is the first sleep apnea technology that provides positive airway pressure without the continuous high airflow of CPAP, thus creating a much more natural breathing experience that doesn’t require a humidifier.
Somnera’s recent clinical study demonstrated effectiveness in treating obstructive sleep apnea. This is the second randomized trial that demonstrates the safety and efficacy of Somnera in treating sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is often tough to treat because some patients cannot tolerate CPAP and many abandon treatment.