A study funded by the makers of positional therapy device Zzoma announce that the device worked in men and women.

There were three major findings. First, baseline characteristics and disease severity are similar in male as compared to female patients with positional OSA. Second, the use of Zzoma resulted in a similar relative change and normalization of AHI in males as compared to female patients. Third, sleep quality and nocturnal oxygenation remained stable in both male and female patients with Zzoma. The findings concluded that positional therapy, as treatment, appears to be equally effective at normalizing sleep disordered breathing in male as compared to female patients diagnosed with positional OSA.

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