Do you know that snoring is a form of sleep disordered breathing that can have very serious health risks? If the thought of a night in the sleep lab keeps you awake, then try this easy to use app in the comfort of your own home and your own bed to see if additional testing is indicated.
It is based upon years of knowledge, research, experience, and patent pending technologies for a variety of sleep disorders. Snore Spectrum will listen, record, and analyze your snoring activity and report a snoring summary.
Your overnight snore report will show:
- Duration of sleep
- Snore count
- Max Intensity in decibels
- TSI (Total Snore Index) score
- Loudness (Decibel) distribution graph
- Frequency bands of your snoring (Hz)
- Multi-night history to compare/track
- SSI (Snore Spectrum Indices)
- Snore frequency distribution graph
- Hourly/nightly snore frequency bands
- Quiet Sleep time percentage
- Disturbed Sleep time percentage
- Mixed Sleep time percentage
- Results shown clearly on Pie Chart
- Snore Snapshot playbacks of your 5 loudest snores
This summary will provide you and your healthcare provider important information relative to sleep disordered breathing. Snoring can progress to more serious sleep disorders including obstructive sleep apnea and associated medical problems such as: memory loss, headaches, depression, high blood pressure, stroke, heart attack, and even death. Sleep disorders contribute to many motor vehicle accidents. Snore Spectrum does not attempt in any way to diagnose sleep disorder breathing problems. See your healthcare provider for evaluation, testing, and treatment if indicated.
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Snore Spectrum can be used to:
- Prove snore activity to disbelievers
- Quantify your snoring with the TSI and SSI values - average snores per hour and frequency bands
- Track and compare your TSI nightly results
- Improve your TSI and SSI scores- behavior modification for fatigue, weight gain/loss, alcohol consumption, and other variables
- Document information for your health care provider
- Print your snore summary report for evaluation by e-mailing the data to any computer
Snore Spectrum TSI Score Ratings:
1-40 = mild snoring
41-80 = moderate snoring
81-120 = heavy snoring
121+ = severe snoring
Snore Spectrum does not attempt in any way to diagnose sleep disorder breathing problems. See your healthcare provider for evaluation, testing, and treatment.