SCIENTIFIC STUDIES
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CLINICAL TESTS CONFIRM THE POSITIVE EFFECTS
Clinical study on the effect on snoring using a pillow changing the head position, headed by Dr. J.T. Maurer

The evaluation of the clinical study carried out at the ENT clinic of Mannheim University at the end of 2013/beginning of 2014 showed that the active changing of the head position results in a significant reduction in snoring without a decline in respiratory parameters. The SISSEL® SILENCIUM® anti-snoring system does not cause an increase in arousals, i.e. sleep is not disturbed using the SILENCIUM®. The partners also reported significantly less snoring with activated system.
CLINICAL TESTS LINDENBRUNN
Clinical tests in the sleep laboratory of the Department of Neurology and Neurophysiology at the Lindenbrunn Clinic in Coppenbruegge proved that a pneumatic anti-snoring system has a positive effect on patients with mild to heavy snoring.
USER TEST (FIELD STUDY)
A SISSEL® SILENCIUM® test program was carried out in several countries throughout 2012. Participants used the anti-snoring solution at home for 4 nights. The SISSEL® SILENCIUM® was activated for 2 nights and not activated for 2 and a special software recorded all snoring sounds.

Data evaluation showed an average reduction in snoring of 70% with a maximum reduction of 95%. All the participants confirmed they had enjoyed a more restful and more restorative sleep with less tiredness the following morning after the adjustment period. This anti-snoring solution was consistently described as being simple, comfortable and non-intrusive.
PLANNED STUDIES
As numerous studies have established the correlation between the position of the head and pauses in breathing during sleep (apnea) a further study with the SISSEL® SILENCIUM® and sleep apnea patients has been planned. Positive effects of the SISSEL® SILENCIUM® regarding the reduction of pauses in breathing have been observed in individual cases. Consult your doctor if you have indications of sleep apnea (severe daytime fatigue etc.).
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