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No mask. No hose. Just sleep.™No mask.
No hose.
Just sleep.™

Inspire® therapy is a mask-free1 solution for people with obstructive sleep apnea who have tried and struggled with CPAP.

The sleep you've been dreaming of

Inspire therapy works differently from other obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) treatments you've tried – and that's a good thing. 

The Inspire® implant is the only FDA-approved OSA therapy that works comfortably2 inside your body to treat the root cause of sleep apnea, so you can breathe regularly and sleep soundly. No mask or hose required.

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Sleep soundly

More than 50,000 people – like you – are sleeping better3 and snoring less3 with Inspire therapy.

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Easy to use

You control your therapy using only a small handheld Inspire remote. Simply turn your therapy on when you’re ready to sleep.

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Stay informed

Easily track your therapy with the free Inspire® app. You also can use the app to share data directly with your doctor.

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Improve your health

When you’re getting enough quality sleep, you also feel better and can maintain better health.4

What is Inspire therapy?

Inspire therapy is a mask-free solution for people with obstructive sleep apnea who have tried and struggled with CPAP. Through a simple-to-use system including the Inspire implant, remote and app, Inspire therapy enables you to control your OSA treatment from the palm of your hand.

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Shows phone, implant, and remote
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The Inspire implant keeps your airway open while you sleep, so you can breathe regularly and sleep soundly.

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The Inspire remote simply turns on your therapy when you’re ready to sleep. No mask or hose required.

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The Inspire app tracks your sleep goals and allows you to share data directly with your doctor.

We have you covered.

Rest assured, Inspire therapy is covered by most commercial insurers, Medicare and Veterans Affairs (VA).

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The image shows two women engaged in a conversation about the Inspire Implant.
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The Image shows a man completing the Do I Qualify form

Do you qualify?

Find out if Inspire therapy is right for you. Most people who have tried and struggle with CPAP meet the basic requirements for Inspire therapy.

Inspire therapy is FDA-approved for use in pediatric patients with Down Syndrome. Learn more about specific qualifications here.

Do you qualify?

Find out if Inspire therapy is right for you. Most people who have tried and struggle with CPAP meet the basic requirements for Inspire therapy.

Inspire therapy is FDA-approved for use in pediatric patients with Down Syndrome. Learn more about specific qualifications here.

The Image shows a man completing the Do I Qualify form
The Image shows a man completing the Do I Qualify form

Interested in learning more?

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1 ADHERE Registry: Data on file
2 Suurna MV, Steffen A, Boon M, et al. Impact of Body Mass Index and Discomfort on Upper Airway Stimulation: ADHERE Registry 2020 Update. Laryngoscope 2021; 131(11): 2616-2624
3 Woodson BT, Strohl KP, Soose RJ, et al. Upper Airway Stimulation for Obstructive Sleep Apnea: 5-Year Outcomes. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2018; 159(1):194-202
4 Peppard, P.E., Young, T., Barnet, J.H., Palta, M., Hagen, E. W., Hla, K. M., (2013). Increased Prevalence of Sleep-Disordered Breathing in Adults, American Journal of Epidemiology, 1014
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