Can Aura replace a CPAP for sleep apnea?
If someone ACTUALLY has sleep apnea there is no doubt that they will need a CPAP type device for assistance. Aura will not help at all.
However, authorities have determined as many as 2 of 3 CPAP’s prescribed are not for apnea but for other sleep disorders such as restlessness, snoring, insomnia, and a lack of restful sleep. A CPAP will work to solve these systems as well.
The Aura, by providing the characteristics of fresh outdoor air, provides a more natural and effective solution by attacking the root problem of stale indoor air.
We would never recommend anyone discontinue use of a prescribed device but we have recommended people try the Aura before committing to a CPAP unit. Aura offers a 30-day money back warranty to allow people to find out if it solves the issue. It’s worth the trial and actually, less than 1% are returned.