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Snore Free Nights - the best start and end to National Quiet Day

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Thursday 14th September is National Quiet Day.  A day for putting a little peace and tranquillity into your busy, noisy and never a quiet moment for yourself day.  But to get the best from National Quiet Day you need to begin and end the day with a restful, quiet, good night’s sleep for yourself.

A good night’s sleep is essential to you getting and giving your best whether that is in your career at work, your relationships, home or your performance on the sports field.

Snoring – The noisy thief in the night!

Snoring is one the great disrupters of sleep, it will also disrupt your wellbeing by day.  In a recent survey of couples, 43% said that their partner’s snoring disrupts their sleep.

This could mean one partner in almost half of UK couples starts their morning after insufficient sleep to see them through the day.

Considering that a snoring partner can generate as much noise as a nearby hand drill, lawn mower or even a motorcycle, it is not surprising that snoring is the great sleep-stealer of our times.

The good news is that 37% of snorers voiced concerns that their snoring disrupted other peoples sleep.  So, there is a good chance that your snoring partner is already willing to help you help them to stop snoring.

Silent the noise that steals your sleep

It is all about vibrating air.  Air passing quickly over the delicate lining of your airways causes them to vibrate – like when you blow over a thin piece of paper held in front of your mouth.

Throat and nasal cavities act as echo chambers, amplifying the vibrations until they are loud enough to wake you, your partner may sleep on regardless.

Reducing these vibrations is the way forward to a quiet night, with truly restorative sleep, resulting in a great start to your day.

 

Turn National Quiet Day into your personal quiet night – every night!

Two things make vibrations that cause snoring worse rather than better.

Narrowed and congested airways – Airways narrowed by sleep-relaxed muscle tone, swelling caused by allergies and blockages caused by catarrh all have the effect of forcing air to travel more quickly through what little space is left.

Dryness and dehydration – faster moving air dries out the delicate, moist lining of your throat and nasal passages.  Dry surfaces vibrate more readily than moist ones and the fast moving air drives even great vibration and louder snores.

Snoreeze offer a range of snoring relief nasal and throat sprays, throat rinses, dissolve in the mouth oral tabs and external support nasal strips all developed to relieve airway narrowing and increase the natural hydration of your nasal and throat lining.

For heaving snoring, the Snoreeze Oral Device helps maintain a free and silent airflow through the airways of the nose and throat.  Quickly and simply moulded to fit your teeth, the device is a fully adjustable mouthpiece which gently holds your jaw forward as you sleep.

Make National Quiet Day the start of your personal quite night with Snoreeze, snoring relief aids.

*Sleep apnoea is a common disorder in which you have one or more pauses in breathing or shallow breaths whilst you sleep.  Breathing pauses can last from a few seconds to minutes.  They may occur 30 times or more an hour.  Typical, normal breathing then starts again, sometimes with a loud snort or choking sound.  If you suspect you have OSA, we recommend you see your doctor.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What is a Snoreeze Nasal Strip?

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What is a Snoreeze Nasal Strip?

Voted Favourite Snoring Support Product in Vitamin Awards 2017!

Watch top cyclists, athletes, even basket ball players and you’ll see what looks like a piece of coloured sticking plaster across the bridge of their nose.  What is it? How does it help them compete and how can it help you stop snoring?

What you can see is called a nasal strip.  It is a bit like a sticking plaster but stiffer and more ‘springy’.  Placed sticky-side down across the bridge of your nose – just below where the upper bone part joins the flexible lower part – and the springiness stops your nostrils collapsing when you breathe in.

Nasal strips improve athletic performance by helping breathed-in air flow more easily through your nostrils.  Easing the flow of air through your nose not only helps you breathe more efficiently during exercise, it can also help reduce your snoring while you sleep.

Breathing Through Your Nose Can Help Reduce Snoring

During sleep the lining of the throat relaxes and collapses into the airways.  Breathed-in air races through these narrowed airways generating the vibrations that are amplified into the sound of snoring.

Snoring can be made worse by forcing more air to be breathed in through the mouth than through the nose.  Anything that stops you breathing through your nose and forces you to breathe more through your mouth is likely to make your snoring worse.

Help Yourself Stop Snoring By Breathing Better Through Your Nose

Illness such as a cold, or allergies to such things as pollen, dust or animals can cause the delicate lining of the airways to become inflamed, swollen, and narrowed. Injury such as a broken nose, and physical features such as polyps or a deviated septum, can narrow one or both nostrils restricting how much air can be breathed through the nose.

Your body needs to breathe while you sleep.  Air that can’t be breathed through a blocked or congested nose must be made up for by air breathed through the mouth.  Mouth breathing during sleep increases the chance of air turbulence at the back of the throat where snoring starts.

Snoreeze Nasal Strips Ease The Congestion That Causes Snoring

Breathing through a congested or partially blocked nose collapses the sides of the nostrils making the congestion worse.  Extra support in needed to prevent the side of the nostrils from collapse and keep your nasal airways open.

Like the nasal strips used by athletes, Snoreeze Nasal Strips provide gentle support to the outside of your nostrils preventing them from collapsing when you breathe in. Using a Snoreeze Nasal Strip is easy.  Just peel off the backing and place the strip sticky-side down across your nose just below where the bone ends and the flexible cartilage begins.

Make sure the wings of the strip adhere to the skin on each side of your nose. It’s a good idea to make sure that the sides of your nose are clean and dry before using the strip.  Once in place, the springiness of the strip gently lifts the sides of your nose outward allowing air to flow in more easily.

Snoreeze Nasal Strips Are Simple And Medication Free

By slightly widening each nostril, the strip helps air to flow in and out of your nose more easily, which means less needs to be breathed through your mouth and throat.  In the morning, gently peel off and discard the strip.

Voted ‘Favourite Snoring Support Products’ Winner in Boots’ Vitamin Awards 2017, Snoreeze Nasal Strips are latex and allergen free. Available in discreet flesh coloured tone, nasal strips help to reduce snoring caused by colds, allergies, congestion and catarrh and provide some relief in cases of polyps or a deviated septum.

Snoreeze Nasal Strips might not turn you into a sporting super star, but they might help you solve your nasal congestion, deviated septum or allergy based snoring problem.

 

 

What is a Snoreeze Nasal Strip?

Voted Favourite Snoring Support Product in Vitamin Awards 2017!

 

Watch top cyclists, athletes, even basket ball players and you’ll see what looks like a piece of coloured sticking plaster across the bridge of their nose.  What is it? How does it help them compete and how can it help you stop snoring?

 

What you can see is called a nasal strip.  It is a bit like a sticking plaster but stiffer and more ‘springy’.  Placed sticky-side down across the bridge of your nose – just below where the upper bone part joins the flexible lower part – and the springiness stops your nostrils collapsing when you breathe in.

 

Nasal strips improve athletic performance by helping breathed-in air flow more easily through your nostrils.  Easing the flow of air through your nose not only helps you breathe more efficiently during exercise, it can also help reduce your snoring while you sleep.

 

Breathing Through Your Nose Can Help Reduce Snoring

 

During sleep the lining of the throat relaxes and collapses into the airways.  Breathed-in air races through these narrowed airways generating the vibrations that are amplified into the sound of snoring.

 

Snoring can be made worse by forcing more air to be breathed in through the mouth than through the nose.  Anything that stops you breathing through your nose and forces you to breathe more through your mouth is likely to make your snoring worse.

 

Help Yourself Stop Snoring By Breathing Better Through Your Nose

 

Illness such as a cold, or allergies to such things as pollen, dust or animals can cause the delicate lining of the airways to become inflamed, swollen, and narrowed. Injury such as a broken nose, and physical features such as polyps or a deviated septum, can narrow one or both nostrils restricting how much air can be breathed through the nose.

 

Your body needs to breathe while you sleep.  Air that can’t be breathed through a blocked or congested nose must be made up for by air breathed through the mouth.  Mouth breathing during sleep increases the chance of air turbulence at the back of the throat where snoring starts.

 

Snoreeze Nasal Strips Ease The Congestion That Causes Snoring

 

Breathing through a congested or partially blocked nose collapses the sides of the nostrils making the congestion worse.  Extra support in needed to prevent the side of the nostrils from collapse and keep your nasal airways open.

 

 

 

Like the nasal strips used by athletes, Snoreeze Nasal Strips provide gentle support to the outside of your nostrils preventing them from collapsing when you breathe in. Using a Snoreeze Nasal Strip is easy.  Just peel off the backing and place the strip sticky-side down across your nose just below where the bone ends and the flexible cartilage begins.

 

Make sure the wings of the strip adhere to the skin on each side of your nose. It’s a good idea to make sure that the sides of your nose are clean and dry before using the strip.  Once in place, the springiness of the strip gently lifts the sides of your nose outward allowing air to flow in more easily.

 

Snoreeze Nasal Strips Are Simple And Medication Free

 

By slightly widening each nostril, the strip helps air to flow in and out of your nose more easily, which means less needs to be breathed through your mouth and throat.  In the morning, gently peel off and discard the strip.

 

Voted ‘Favourite Snoring Support Products’ Winner in Boots’ Vitamin Awards 2017, Snoreeze Nasal Strips are latex and allergen free. Available in discreet flesh coloured tone, nasal strips help to reduce snoring caused by colds, allergies, congestion and catarrh and provide some relief in cases of polyps or a deviated septum.

 

Snoreeze Nasal Strips might not turn you into a sporting super star, but they might help you solve your nasal congestion, deviated septum or allergy based snoring problem.

Vital Statistics and Snoring

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Everyone should check their critical measurements to find out if their weight is impacting their efforts to stop snoring or is in fact making the problem worse!

 

Overweight and obesity is measured on a scale called the Body Mass Index (BMI).  A measurement of fat stored in your body.  If you have a high BMI it definitely will not help!

 

Excess fat puts pressure on your body’s system when you sleep.  Fat around your neck causes the airways of your nose and throat to collapse, constricting the airways.  The extra effort just to keep breathing causes the side of your airways to rub harshly together, making the sound we know as snoring.

 

Your collar size is also an indicator.  Research shows that women with a collar size of more than 16 inches and men with a neck size of more than 17 inches are more likely to suffer the more serious snoring disorder called Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA).  OSA is being linked to many serious long term diseases including heart attack, stroke, diabetes and dementia.

 

Getting close to a normal range BMI is the one top tip from the NHS to stop snoring.  Anything that helps you to keep you breathing freely and easily whilst you sleep will help relieve your snoring problem.  Snoreeze can help.

 

Snoreeze nasal and throat spray; directly targeting snoring caused by colds, allergies or a block nose.  A unique blend of effective ingredients ease congestion and soreness for easy breathing and a peaceful night’s sleep.

 

Just like the breathing aids used by athletes, Snoreeze nasal strips help and support the nostrils.  Keeping your nostrils open helps air to flow more easily in and out of your nasal passages.

 

For loud snoring and the relief of Obstructive Sleep Apnoea, the reusable  Snoreeze Oral Device stops your airways collapsing whilst you sleep.  Keeping your jaw in the best position for easy breathing, the tissues are prevented from rasping together ending your snoring problem.

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Snoreeze is the market leading in snoring relief.  20 years of active involvement in OTC healthcare underpins our response to the changing healthcare needs of customers in the UK and beyond through innovative product development.

 

 

Declare Your Independence From Snoring

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DECLARE YOUR INDEPENDENCE FROM SNORING

The 4th July in the USA is Independence Day.  On this day in 1776, 13 American States formerly finally broke their long relationship with Great Britain.

Britain and the Colonies had not been speaking for some time and the two were drifting apart in culture, outlook and ambitions.  Countries and individuals are not all that different.

Strong relationships depend on talking.  Talking at its best means being together in your own safe place and for couples this often means the bedroom.

A self-evident truth – you  need better quality sleep

Bed is when you and your partner talk about what matters most.  The 4th July Declaration lists the ‘self-evident’ truths vital to the successful pursuit of life, liberty and happiness.

The fact that one partner’s snoring drives the other to a separate bedroom is a self-evident truth for all too may British and American couples.  If you are sleeping in separate rooms, your need for better quality sleep is self-evident too. 

Stop snoring, sleep soundly, stay strong

Snoreeze believe you should not have to choose between your relationship and your sleep.  With a little help from the Snoreeze range of snore relieving nasal and throat sprays, lozenges, oral tablets and the resuable Snoreeze oral device for very loud snoring and sleep apnoea, you can help your partner to stop snoring. 

Assured of a full night of quality sleep, you and your partner can look forward to that time of talking that builds a strong relationship in your daily pursuit of life, liberty and happiness – together.

 

 

  

 

                                                                                                                                                                          

 

Winner of Boots Vitamin Awards: 2017

This year, Boots’ customers voted Snoreeze Nasal Strips Large (20) as their favourite snoring support product.

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Snoring is one of the most common causes of sleep disturbance –  as many as 1 in 4 people in the England snore regularly – and it can be very distressing both for the snorer and their partner. With Snoreeze Nasal Strips, the snorer simply applies a single strip across the bridge of their nose. The flexible bands gently open the airways and improves airflow to provide an effective snoring relief for up to 8 hours. Strips are available in sizes small/medium and large.

In addition to Snoreeze Nasal Strips, the Snoreeze range includes Throat Spray, Lozenges, Oral Strips, Throat Rinse, Nasal Spray and the latest Snoreeze Oral Device.

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To find out more, please visit your local Boots store and see their fantastic in-store offers.

Thanks for taking part in the Boots Vitamin Award’s this year and as always – sweet dreams.

Snoreeze Team

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