Anti-snoring devices are categorized based on location of snoring. Broadly, there are two types of snorers nasal and oral or throat snorers. The chance of nasal snoring increases with additional co-morbidities such as rhinitis, sinusitis, cold and others. Nasal snoring may be completely seasonal or periodical unlike throat snorers who suffer from habitual snoring due to their physiology, bone structure, weight and other factors. Nasal snoring occurs due to a variety of reasons such as the physical structure of the nose, occurrence of morbidities and conditions such as rhinitis, allergies and sinusitis. The presence of polyps or skin tissue inside the nose is known to be a major cause of snoring in a large fraction of people. This fraction of population suffers from habitual nasal snoring. Until recently CPAP has been the gold standard treatment method for OSA and is used by millions of people worldwide. In 2015, PAP devices garnered the largest revenue accounting for a share of 41.6%. The global anti-snoring & sleep apnea devices market was valued at US$ 7,399.7 million in 2015 and is forecast to grow to US$ 10,122.9 million by 2020 at a CAGR of 6.4% from 2016 to 2020.
- Increasing incidence of obesity and other causative factors across the world anticipated to propel the growth of the market.
- High awareness of sleep apnea and snoring are high impact creating disorders.
- The condition results in exponential growth of risk of heart attacks.
- Low regulation for most anti-snoring devices has led to retailing that continues to drive the market for several segments.
- Growth of the sleep research and sleep diagnostics industry is anticipated to supplement the growth of both anti-snoring & sleep apnea market.
- Snoring not yet recognized as a significant problem in emerging economies.
- Low awareness of actual cause of condition has led to using multiple treatment options and very low persistence.
- Snoring and sleep apnea market is greatly challenged by substitute home remedies, sprays, pills and surgical options.
Anti-Snoring Devices Covered In This Report:
- Nasal Strips
- Nasal Clips
- Nasal Vents
- Nasal Expiratory Positive Airway Pressure (EPAP)
- Mandibular Advancement Devices (MAD)
- Tongue Stabilizing Device (TSD)/ Tongue Retaining Device (TRD)
- Chin Straps
- Positional Anti-Snoring Devices (pillows, mattresses etc)
Sleep Apnea Devices Covered In This Report:
- Positive Airway Pressure Devices CPAP & BiPAP
- Non-Invasive Ventilators
- Adaptive Servo Ventilators
- PAP Masks & Tubing
Key Players Covered In This Report:
- Philips Healthcare (Respironics)
- 3B Medical Inc
- Hans Rudolph
- GlaxoSmithKline (Breathe Right)
- Provent Sleep Therapy LLC