Are you having trouble sleeping on a plane?
Have you recently arrived home from holidays feeling tired and jetlagged? Do you suffer from sleep apnoea and use CPAP and find it hard to sleep without your CPAP machine on an aeroplane? Are you embarrassed to sleep in case you snore?
If you’re one of the one million Australians who suffer from the severe condition of sleep apnoea then there’s no doubt you’re having problems sleeping when you travel.
Using the Oventus Clearway DeviceTM when travelling long distances may make these problems a thing of the past.
Its small and streamlined design makes it perfect for travelling long distances and can neatly be packed away in hand luggage and carried onto a plane and stored in your handbag or back pocket.
The uniquely-designed mouth guard weighs only 15 grams so it’s light weight in your mouth and in your baggage.
While CPAP is the gold standard for the treatment of sleep apnoea, many people do not like using a CPAP machine on an aeroplane and carrying the extra baggage while travelling can be unwieldy.
Our clinical trials are showing that most people find significant relief using the Oventus Clearway DeviceTM, and nearly 100 per cent are happy and will continue to use their device. More than 98 per cent have reported improved sleep quality and energy (source – Oventus patient trials).
If you are interested in the Oventus Clearway DeviceTM, register for free at My Clearway Community and complete the patient survey or call us on 1300 533 159 to discuss your situation and see if the Oventus Clearway DeviceTM will suit you.
If you think you may have a sleep disorder or would like to change your sleep disorder treatment, seek medical advice from a sleep physician.