New app brings hope to snorers

New diagnostic tools are changing the field of snoring and sleep apnea

Bedtime: Imagine your smartphone is on your bedside table. An app runs on the smartphone. And the next morning, the app reports whether you have breathing pauses during your sleep. Does it sound like the future? no Sounds like Snorefox - a medical app coming soon to Playstore and App Store.

There are many so-called snoring apps, but only one App can do what many users want: recognize respiratory events (breathing pauses during sleep) and thus say whether snoring is associated with a health risk. 

In short: This is about Snorefox. Snorefox is a medical app in the field of snoring diagnostics, which is based on eight years of interdisciplinary research and has a basic technology that is now patent pending. The core feature: Snorefox can not only report how loud and how long someone snores, but also identify breathing pauses during sleep and thus indicate whether dangerous sleep apnea is present. Thus, Snorefox answers the question: "Is my snoring dangerous?"  

How has it been so far? What makes Snorefox different?

How is this information generated so far? Serious snoring diagnostics have so far been complicated and time-consuming and are now usually only carried out by specialized sleep laboratories, sleep medicine practices or clinics. 

Accordingly, the Snorefox app is a hope for snorers. Because Snorefox easily analyzes at home in your own bedroom whether there are interruptions in breathing during sleep - and reports this with a traffic light system. Red stands for dangerous breathing pauses and green for "no risk". In the case of yellow, there may be a need for action - the user should measure several nights. And then? Whatever the result, there is information in the Snorefox on how to overcome snoring and sleep apnea. A doctor search is also available from the app, highlighting doctors who use the latest diagnostic options. Because it doesn't matter whether snoring is just annoying or whether it's dangerous: there are many different approaches to treating snoring and sleep apnea. 

Potsdam-based company Diametos has developed the Snorefox app

The provider of the medical app Snorefox is the company Diametos from Potsdam. Diametos was founded in 2020 by Heiko Butz and Dr. Founded by Christopher Janott. The founders see Diametos as an impact company that can help millions of people with the social problem of snoring and the medical problem of sleep apnea. The core technology of the Diametos products - an AI-based acoustic feature analysis of sleep breathing noises - is based on many years of interdisciplinary research projects involving experts from sleep medicine, anatomy, acoustic signal processing as well as artificial intelligence and machine learning methods.

Testers are still being sought to bring the Snorefox to market maturity. If you are interested, enter your data here on Snorefox.com - then the information will automatically come up as to when Snorefox will be available for testing.  

 

The first medical snoring app to measure your sleep apnea risk
Snorefox is freely available in the App Store.
You can determine your sleep apnea risk by upgrading to Snorefox Med. You can get this within the app for €49.99.

frequently asked Questions

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. 

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