Sleep Partners

Are you worried about your partner’s health?

From loud snoring to gasping for air and abrupt awakening, symptoms of OSA can be unnerving. As hard as it is to see your partner struggling through the night, it’s perhaps even more difficult to consider the long-term health risks of untreated OSA, which can include high blood pressure, heart disease, depression and diabetes.

Fortunately, OSA can be treated. If your sleep partner suffers from this chronic condition, there are ways you can help him or her get back on the road to better health.

Image: Provent Sleep Apnea Therapy may mean relief for both OSA patients and their sleep partner

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When your partner is treated with Provent Sleep Apnea Therapy, it can help you sleep better too. Clinical studies have also shown that 83% of patients experienced a snoring reduction with Provent Sleep Apnea Therapy1 reducing snoring to trace or none in most.2 Provent Sleep Apnea Therapy is clinically proven to improve sleep quality and daytime function and is FDA-cleared for the treatment of OSA.

You can help your partner succeed

With Provent Sleep Apnea Therapy, you can rest assured that your partner is taking care of their obstructive sleep apnea, as well as helping you both get a peaceful night’s sleep.

Help yourself and your sleep partner by encouraging them to try Provent Sleep Apnea Therapy today. You can be an important part of your partner’s success by:

  • Sharing the information on this website with your sleep partner
  • Encouraging your sleep partner to talk to their doctor about Provent Sleep Apnea Therapy
  • Asking your partner to try Provent Sleep Apnea Therapy
  • Encouraging your partner to stick with Provent Sleep Apnea Therapy, even if it takes several days to get used to it
  • Reading the instructions together so you have the same expectations

We’ve found that having a supportive sleep partner increases the chance for patient success. Please encourage your partner to take the first step in treating their OSA.