Tech boom is helping people with snoring and sleep apnea problems

There are new devices out now that are helping cure and improve annoying symptoms. No its not the kind of device that will convert your snoring into music unfortunately.

There are no devices that chemically change the air moving into your body. This in turn lowers the friction which will reduce snoring.

Now just about everyone in the world snores at one point or another. The problem is that, most people don’t know the difference between snoring and sleep apnea.

In cases like this, its important to go and visit your primary care physician. He can help you learn what the difference is and possibly even refer you to a specialist if its needed.

We believe that the technology we are seeing now like the aforementioned snoring device is just the beginning. While these types of devices only treat symptoms, soon we might have better devices that will cure the root of the issue.

Sleep apnea has a lot to do with the throat and how it closes up when the muscle relaxes. In the future there might be a device that can be placed in the throat in order to keep the air way open.

At the moment there are things like robot surgeries that are used. In some cases the robot is controlled over internet with the doctor being miles and miles away.

What if they made a bot that runs on AI that could perform surgeries in order to treat snoring? We have both robot and Ai technologies available.

Its only a mater of time. Perhaps soon. As of lately medical technology has been advancing super quick.

The health care field is changing with the tech revolution

You might go in to visit your doctors office and talk to him for 30 minutes about your health problems. You might have a scratchy throat and a odd pain in your back. He gives you some medication then you leave. A few days after you are feeling much better. All of that might appear to be pretty straight forward and simple. But behind the scenes there was a lot of technology that was placed in motion. If it were for technology, that same doctor visit would have been 10 times more difficult. Your prescription was sent to that pharmacy via a computer most likely. The notes about all of the things that ail you were more than likely saved to a database somewhere. The payment for your insurance was more than likely charged via a computer and directly to your insurances systems. Whether we realize it or not we interact with tech just about every day. In the medical field its a godsend. Not only does it make routine, mundane visits like the one described below much more simple. It also helps doctors diagnose patients faster. Stay tuned and keep checking back. We have lots more good stuff like this. Technology is not always used to negative things like piracy.