PEER-REVIEWED PUBLISHED RESEARCH

Most sporting goods companies conduct research and test their products. But few, if any, have peer-reviewed, published research to support their claims. You may wonder ‘what’s the difference?’

Simple, any company can conduct a research study. Peer-reviewed and published means that an accredited board of doctors, researchers and/or scientists at reputable research or medical journals thoroughly reviewed the study, the methodology, results and published it with confidence that the findings have been scientifically proven.

FOLLOWING IS A COLLECTION OF STUDIES RELATED TO THE AIRWAAV PERFORMANCE MOUTHPIECE:

Respiratory outcomes with the use of a lower custom fit genioglossal-affecting oral appliance
Clinical and Experimental Dental Research, September 2019
D.P. Garner and Jensine Lamira
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Oral Appliances and Athletic Performance
Modern Sports Dentistry (textbook chapter), September 2018
W.D. Dudgeon, L.A. Buchanan, A.E. Strickland, T.P. Scheett and D.P. Garner
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Mouthpiece use during heavy resistance exercise affects serum cortisol and lactate
Cogent Medicine, November 2017
W.D. Dudgeon, L.A. Buchanan, A.E. Strickland, T.P. Scheett and D.P. Garner
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A Comparative Study and Review of Research Related to Oral Appliances and Athletic Performance: Understanding the Physiological Impacts
Jacobs Journal of Sports Medicine, October 2016
D.P. Garner
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Effects of various mouthpieces on respiratory physiology during steady-state exercise in college-aged subjects
Academy of General Dentistry, June 2015
D.P. Garner
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The effects of mouthpiece use on cortisol levels during an intense bout of resistance exercise
Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 2011
D.P. Garner, W.D. Dudgeon, E. McDivitt
Review Link Here