Snore no more – Oventus put to test by A Current Affair
The momentum for the Oventus Clearway Device is building! Not only is the Oventus Clearway Device clearly showing it is changing the sleeping habits of snorers and sleep apnoea sufferers, it seems it is also becoming a marriage saver too.
The Oventus Clearway Device was put to the test on Friday 11 September by Channel 9’s A Current Affair – Snore No More. Reporter Leisa Goddard took viewers through the problems that snoring and sleep apnoea causes for millions of Australians.
A Current Affair also talked to Oventus inventor, sleep apnoea sufferer and Oventus clinical director Dr Chris Hart, scientists from the CSIRO and of course some very happy existing Oventus patients.
Thank you to our happy patients Brett Meares and his wife Jenny as well as Jean Marshall for being involved in the story and for your very positive words about your Oventus Clearway Devices. We are so pleased that the device has had such a profound affect on your lives.
Clinical trials are showing that the Oventus Clearway Device is changing the world for millions of sleep apnoea sufferers world-wide.
The device is proving that it can successfully treat not only snorers and mild sleep apnoea sufferers but also patients who have severe sleep apnoea, nasal obstruction or those who are intolerant of CPAP machines.
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