Rejuvenating Laser Snoring Treatment for Soundless, Restorative Sleep

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Want to stop the snoring? Try Laser Snoring Treatment for soundless, restorative sleep

If you are going crazy from a snoring bed partner (or if it’s you making those loud rumbles), don’t give up hope – there is a non-invasive and effective treatment for a better night’s sleep: laser snoring treatment.

Snoring is much more serious than just an inconvenient sleep disruptor. It is a dangerous condition that can lead to future health ailments like heart disease and diabetes. Treating snoring can help minimize these health risks.

Why do we snore?

Common causes of snoring:

  • Bulky throat tissue or a long soft palate or uvula
  • Opening in throat gets obstructed
  • Nasal passages are blocked (common cold, allergies, deviated septum, sinus infection, nasal polyps)
  • The soft palate in the throat become weak and fall back into the air passage (happens in elderly people, or when you drink too much alcohol or take sleeping pills)

When we sleep, the tissue in our throat may become too relaxed, which restricts the flow of air. This air restriction causes the air speed to increase, creating the vibration of the uvula and the soft palate in the throat. That vibration becomes the sound we know as snoring.

During this air restriction, our brain thinks we are being strangled. This causes a “fight or flight” response in our body by releasing hormones like adrenalin to signal us awake, which then causes a rise in blood pressure and heart rate. With each new breath, this signaling stops, but the damage has been done – the sleep has been disrupted over and over and the release of stress hormones puts us at risk for serious disease.

What health risks are associated with snoring?

  • Cardiovascular disease, like stroke and/or heart attack (plaque builds in the carotid artery from throat constriction) – There is a 65% increase in the chance of stroke!
  • Metabolic disease like diabetes
  • Weight gain/Obesity
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Obstructive sleep apnea
  • High blood pressure (oxygen in the body gets lowered causing the heart to work harder and enlarge and blood pressure to rise)
  • Alzheimer’s disease

What snoring treatments are available?

There are multiple approaches to treat snoring, like dental appliances, or in the case of sleep apnea, a CPAP machine. But for many people these approaches do not work. Why? You will never understand it until you try…

Rejuvenating laser snoring treatment is an effective alternative, with many practitioners claiming an 80% success rate (in comparison to CPAP, which has only a 47% success rate). When the throat gets weakened from all the turbulence caused by increased air speed, the strong type II collagen becomes flabby and soft, converting to type III collagen. This non-invasive laser snoring treatment strengthens the tissue in the throat by heating it and changing it back to strong type II collagen. The treatment can also cause brand new collagen to form.

At Luminous You, we use the Fotona Er:YAG laser handpiece for laser snoring treatment. The focused, pulsed energy of the laser beam penetrates very shallow but still triggers rejuvenation. Treatment only takes 25-30 minutes. Most patients require only three treatments over a six-week period, but some may need up to five treatments. Because we continue to age, this treatment is not permanent, but it is long-lasting. Results can last up to a year, and treatments can be repeated. There are virtually no side effects, besides a slightly scratchy or itchy sensation in the throat, which passes within a day.

40-50% of patients have reported having a better night’s sleep the first night after laser snoring treatment! Contact us to learn more about this revolutionary approach to snoring and sleep apnea, or schedule a consult today!


Luminous You Laser Skin Medispa | in St. Paul Minnesota

Dear Clients,

Luminous You is currently open and you can book your consultation or next appointment online.

Our COVID-19 Safety Plan includes everything you need to know for your upcoming appointment and can be found on the Appointments page. Here are a few highlights we are asking all clients adhere to:

  • Masks are required to enter the building, in the waiting room and during some treatments.
  • If you are feeling unwell, reschedule your appointment. There are no penalties for rescheduling appointments, however we do ask you notify us as soon as possible to open the space for other clients
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We can't wait to see you all, and hope you and your families are staying safe and healthy during this time!

In health,
Valery Argo
Owner, Luminous You
updated 07/23/2020