Is my snoring dangerous? Sleep apnea analysis in the app. Your home sleep laboratory.
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Snorefox analyzes:
"Is my snoring dangerous?"

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Risk of sleep apnea? 
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What can Snorefox do that snoring apps cannot?
Snorefox offers a simple method for risk screening for sleep apnea. Quite simply on your own mobile phone, at home in your own sleeping environment.
What is snoring? What is sleep apnea?
Many people know that snoring is often bothersome and annoying. In some cases, however, sleep apnea is behind it - dangerous breathing pauses during sleep. 
Why is sleep apnea dangerous?
Sleep apnea often goes undetected and therefore often goes untreated. Sleep apnea prevents phases of deep sleep and real recovery. Long-term consequences can be high blood pressure and cardiovascular diseases. People with sleep apnea have, among other things, a significantly increased risk of suffering a heart attack or stroke. 
  • Snoring app free - Snorefox
  • snoring what to do Measuring provides certainty as to whether dangerous sleep apnea is present. A doctor can help you decide what to do about it.
  • Snoring what helps? First, snoring should be measured, also to analyze the risk of sleep apnea.
  • Sleep apnea risk analysis with Snorefox

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frequently asked Questions

Does Snorefox share personal information?

Clear no. Through pseudonymised data processing, Snorefox guarantees the highest data protection requirements. What is pseudonymised data processing? At the moment of registration, Snorefox converts your e-mail address into a code and only this code is transmitted to our server with the aim that the measurements generated can be associated with your mobile phone. This means that your e-mail address remains unknown to us and is never saved on our server with the measurements. 

Does Snorefox really only use the mobile phone microphone?

The Snorefox app runs on popular smartphones and simply uses the phone's internal microphone to measure. Technically, it is a combination of acoustic pre-processing, intelligent feature extraction and machine classification. This means that Snorefox can do without special measurement microphones or other special hardware - a major advantage over other solutions.

How does Snorefox detect dangerous sleep apnea?

Snorefox detects breathing irregularities and respiratory events through intelligent audio analysis of snoring and breath noise patterns. In other words: Snorefox measures your snoring and at the same time carries out a risk check to determine whether there are dangerous breathing stops during sleep. Snorefox shows you the result of the analysis in a simple traffic light scheme. In this way, Snorefox quickly provides orientation as to whether a doctor's visit is necessary. 

Assessment of sleep physicians

Snorefox results in new approaches for a broad screening of many patients with possible sleep apnea.

Adjunct Prof. Dr. medical Michael Duke
Chief Physician at the Clinic for ENT Diseases, Head and Neck Surgery at the Carl Thiem Clinic in Cottbus

"Easily recognize and differentiate between snoring and sleep apnea - that's what many people want! With Snorefox, everyone affected knows: Am I just annoying or is there a health risk for me?"

Prof. Dr. Joachim Maurer
Head of the sleep medicine section at the University Hospital in Mannheim

Snorefox results in new approaches for a broad screening of many patients with possible sleep apnea.

Adjunct Prof. Dr. medical Michael Duke
Chief Physician at the Clinic for ENT Diseases, Head and Neck Surgery at the Carl Thiem Clinic in Cottbus

"Easily recognize and differentiate between snoring and sleep apnea - that's what many people want! With Snorefox, everyone affected knows: Am I just annoying or is there a health risk for me?"

Prof. Dr. Joachim Maurer
Head of the sleep medicine section at the University Hospital in Mannheim

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