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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.

Bank Holiday may bring some relief to hay fever snorers

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August Bank Holiday weekend marks the end of the British summer.  But ‘Indian Summers’ increasingly likely, snorers with hay fever still need help to sleep through the late summer nights.

Hay fever makes your Spring and Summer snoring worse

Spring-season hay fevers are generally caused by an allergy to tree pollen.  Summer hay fevers are commonly due to an allergy to grass pollen.

When microscopic pollen particles are breathed in, your immune system identifies them as potentially dangerous.  To keep the invaders out, your airways close up and fill with sticky mucous causing flu-like congestion.

Sleeping allergy-suffers struggle to breathe.  Trying to force air through narrow, congested airways causes the harsh rasping noise of snoring.

Indian Summers – A new season of allergies to aggravate your snoring

Weed pollens appear later in the year, rather than tree and grass pollens.  Ragweed, dock, mug wort, nettle, plantain and others shed their allergy-causing pollen well into late summer.

Climate change means more late season Indian Summers and more weeds thriving and shedding pollen well into the early autumn.

Enjoy a ate summer with a Snoreeze solution to your hay fever snoring

Snoring is a symptom of sleep-disordered breathing caused by collapsed or congested airways and made worse if you suffer late summer hay fever.

Reducing your exposure to late summer pollen helps ease your late summer snoring problem.  Keeping windows closed, drying bedding only indoors, frequent vacuuming and wearing a pollen filter mark might not be practical for you.

Snoreeze products offer an easier way to relieve the symptoms of hay fever aggravated snoring.  Natural peppermint extracts, menthols and eucalyptus oils in Snoreeze oral strips, nasal and throat sprays and rinses reduce allergic inflammation and swelling, re-opening congested airways.

 Let Snoreeze help you enjoy an Indian Summer with a weekend of easy breathing and restful, snore-free nights.  www.snoreeze.com.

 

 

What type of snorer are you?

Choosing The Right Product

What Type of Snorer Are You?

 Choosing the right treatment to solve your snoring problem means knowing a little about why you snore, how you snore and what makes your snoring worse. Let us help you understand what is going on and how snoring relief aids help you treat the cause of your snoring.

 Snoring might seem to you like the problem itself. But really, it is only the most obvious symptom of a much more serious underlying problem. The root cause of snoring is ‘sleep disordered breathing’.  The only effective way to stop your snoring is to treat the root cause.

 Every-night snoring

Regular snoring can be very loud with more impact on the sleep of your partner than on yours. The main cause of this type of snoring is dehydration and relaxed airways that collapse in on themselves when you sleep. This allows the soft lining of the airways to vibrate causing the rasping sound of snoring. 

 Allergy, Cold and Blocked Nose Snoring

A blocked nose, cold or allergy and make you snore at certain times of the year.  Allergic reactions to dust, pollen, animal material or a virus causes nasal congestion that restricts airflow through the nasal passages. Congestion can cause you to breathe your mouth drying your throat and increasing the vibrations that lead to snoring. 

 Snoring caused by interrupted breathing whilst sleeping

If you are suffering daytime tiredness or sleepiness during the day, or if your loud and sudden snoring frequently wakes your partner, you might be suffering the sleep related breathing disorder, sleep apnoea.  The most common form of sleep apnoea, obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA), is caused when lack of muscle tone in the upper airway allows it to collapse, or when the soft palate at the back of the throat partially or fully closes the airway.  If you experience any of these symptoms your doctor will be able to talk to you about the available treatments.

 Seasonal, occasional or now-and-again snoring

Some snoring is difficult to label or tie down to a particular time or cause.  It might be you only snore when you have got a cold or had too good a night out, sleep in a strange bed or place. There might be a number of factors causing your snoring, but they are probably all made worse by nasal congestion and dryness in your throat. 

 Embarrassing and Away-From-Home Snoring

Snoring away from home, particularly among strangers and new acquaintances can be embarrassing.    We offer compact, dry products ideal for travellers and easily carried in hand luggage.

Snoreeze snoring relief aids offer a complete range of effective products to help you stop snoring and tailored to the way you snore and the way you live.

 

 

 

Choosing the right product for you!

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Snoreeze Snoring Relief Products

Choosing the right treatment to solve your snoring problem

What Should You Expect Them To Do For You?

Reduce Snoring Loudness

Snoring relief means reducing the vibration in airways of the nose and throat that is amplified in the space at the back of your throat.

Increased Natural Rehydration

Stimulating the delicate lining of your airways to re-hydrate prevents the shrinking that makes more space for amplifying the vibrations.

Long Lasting Relief

By locking in the moisture of rehydration, further drying is prevented assuring  you of up to 8 hours relief. Delivery of active ingredients to where they are most effective

Snoreeze moisture restoring spherulites naturally seek out your delicate airway lining even when it is covered with dried mucous.

 Soothing Lubrication of Dried Airways

Restored hydration reduces the stickiness of the lining of your airways relieving feelings of rough dryness preventing dry, sore skin from rubbing.

 Which Snoreeze treatment should I use for my snoring?

 For congested nasal breathing and allergy related snoring;

Snoreeze Nasal Spray and Nasal Strips eases snoring caused by a cold, allergies or a blocked nose.  Natural active ingredients open your nasal airways for effective snoring relief for up to 8 hours.

 Dry throat and back of the throat related snoring – the regular snorer;

Snoreeze Throat Spray’s long lasting action targets the main cause of snoring by penetration the dry mucous that coats your airways during sleep.  It rehydrates, soothes and lubricates the delicate skin at the back of your throat for up to 8 hours.

 Loud, Sudden and violent intermittent snoring;

Violent and intermittent snoring several times a night may be more disturbing to your partner than to you.  Day time sleepiness might also be a sign that you may have the sleep related breathing disorder, sleep apnoea.  Your doctor will be best to lead you through the available treatments including the Snoreeze Oral Device.  Fitting to your bite like a sports gum shield, the adjustable design gently positions your jaw in a slightly forward position helping to clear the obstructed airways and maintain your normal, healthy breathing.

Some snoring is difficult to label or tie down to a particular time or cause.  It might be you only snore when you have a cold, had too good a night out, sleep in a strange bed or place.  There might be a number of factors causing your snoring but they are made worse by nasal congestion and dryness in the throat.

 A combination of  Snoreeze throat spray and nasal spray will provide relief from both the rehydration and congestion that contribute to the multiple causes of snoring.

 Snoreeze snoring relief aids offer a complete range of effective products to help you stop snoring and are tailored to the way you snore and the way you live.

 

*Sleep apnoea is a common disorder in which you have one or more pauses in breathing or shallow breaths while you sleep. Breathing pauses can last from a few seconds to minutes. They may occur 30 times or more an hour. Typically, 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 Oral Strip?

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What is a Snoreeze Oral Strip?

Snoreeze Oral Strips are one of the most convenient and easy-to aids to help you stop snoring right away.

What does a Snoreeze Oral Strip do?

Snoreeze Oral strips relieve the main cause of your snoring problem for up to 8 hours.

How do they work?

Snoreeze Oral Strips slowly dissolve whilst you sleep soothing, rehydrating and reducing the feelings of dry-soreness in your mouth and throat.

What is in a Snoreeze Oral Strip?

Fresh Peppermint Flavour: the only ingredient you will notice when you use one, giving your mouth a fresh, clean feel at bedtime.

Strong, gentle decongestant: menthol reduces the inflammation that narrows your airways and make your snoring worse.

Natural ingredients lubricate the delicate linings of nose and throat, soothing the soreness caused by snoring.

Hydration Maintenance: Hydration promoters counter-act the drying effect of air constantly passing over delicate, moist tissues whilst you sleep.

Anti-ageing Vitamin E: a natural protection from the airborne pollutants that can prematurely age delicate tissues and blood vessels.

Sustained Release Microsphere Technology: Soluble microspheres ensure targeted delivery of snoring relief where it is most needed, easing your snoring for up to 8 hours.

How can I get the most from my Snoreeze Oral Strips?

For night-long snoring relief, place an oral strip on the roof of your mouth just as you go to bed. For best results, do not eat or drink after placing the strip in your mouth.

Where can I purchase Snoreeze Oral Strips?

Snoreeze oral strips are readily available from Boots, high street pharmacies, supermarkets and online.  www.snoreeze.com.

No prescription is required and one pack will give you enough strips for 2 weeks of snore-free sleep.

 

 

Snoring - Its definitely you and it is your problem!

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Snoring: It’s Not Me It’s Definitely You, And Your Problem!

 Problem snoring is easily solved when both halves of a couple act as one and this is the best way forward.  However, the nightly snoring of one half of a bed-sharing couple can all too easily become ‘someone else’s problem’ an SEP.  For the snorer, who might well sleep through the whole night undisturbed, it is not a problem for them.  While for the non-sleeping, non-snorer, their partner’s snoring may disturb them but is not their problem to solve either.

 A double SEP, and they are both wrong. That’s because, like every problem in a relationship, snoring is a shared problem that won’t get sorted until both partners see it that way.

If you have been there, then your sympathy might be with the sleep deprived non-snorer. But you have to feel something for the partner who snores unaware. Snorers are not encouraged to admit they snore; and who can blame them? Snorers get such bad press. The media portrays snorers as the worst combination of old, lazy and ignorant. Yet the truth is that more than half of us do snore.

 What most snorers do not realise is the damage snoring could be doing to their own health, even while they sleep on regardless. Snoring is a symptom of sleep disordered breathing. This could be caused by anything from a seasonal or persistent allergy – such as hay fever or a reaction to feather pillows, to sleep apnoea – when normal breathing temporarily ceases entirely.   Interruptions in sleep time breathing cause oxygen starvation. Researchers are increasingly convinced that repeat events of oxygen starvation increase your risk of serious diseases including high blood pressure, heart failure, type 2 diabetes, stroke and dementia.

The health of one partner in a relationship is quite definitely not an SEP.  What’s more, the sleep deprivation inflicted on the non-snoring partner can have similar long-term health implications for the non-snorer.

 So what can be done?

Well, maybe the first step is for each partner to set aside their own interests and make the wellbeing of the other their primary concern. The non-snorer might help the snorer counter the health risks of persistent oxygen deprivation by creating a more comfortable, allergy free sleeping environment.  They might discuss their concerns over possible sleep apnoea or research products for the relief of sleep disordered breathing.  The snorer might try to understand the impact of sleep deprivation on their non-snoring partner. Listen to them – stories of tiredness and irritability at work, fears over their career and even sleepiness when driving.  Do not risk their health through an avoidable lack of sleep.  Take the lead in trialling products to help you both find the healthy, restorative night-time sleep you both need to be at your daytime best.

Snoring is a particularly difficult one for couples because it happens when neither partner is best placed to help the other.    The problem that occurs at night, is best sought out in the day. Just remember, there is no SEP in a strong relationship, unless it stands for ‘sharing every problem’.

 

 

Vital Statistics and Snoring

Body Statistics

 

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.

www.snoreeze.com

 

ENDS

 

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.

 

 

What is Nasal Congestion?

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Snoring and nasal congestion – what is nasal congestion?

 ‘If only I could breathe through my nose, I would stop snoring now!’

 How many times have you thought that?  Blowing your nose is like trying to force your way through heavy traffic by driving closer to the car in front.  It just makes congestion worse.

 That is because the amount of catarrh in your nose, is only half of the congestion problem.

 Nasal congestion causes snoring – Snoring worsens nasal congestion

 It is a vicious circle.  Snoring is the sound of your body struggling to force air through too narrow airways.  Your narrowed airways collapse inwards with a loud rasping snore and become dry, sore and swollen.  Your body tries to protect the dry and inflamed membranes by over-producing the thick, sticky substance you recognise as catarrh.

 Heavy catarrh plus narrowed airways make congestion.  A cold, hay fever or other allergy will make that congestion worse and make you snore even more.

 Opening your airways eases nasal congestion and relieve snoring

 Snoreeze natural ingredients are formulated to ease congestion, relieve the discomfort of dry soreness by helping you breathe freely and easily through open airways.

 Natural peppermint extracts, menthols and eucalyptus oils in Snoreeze snoring relief oral strips, nasal and throat sprays reduce inflammation, soothe dry soreness and ease nasal congestion.

 Break the vicious circle of nasal congestion and problem snoring.  Breathe more easily, rest more easily and snore less with Snoreeze.

 

 

Fast Facts to Stop Snoring!

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Fast facts to help you stop snoring!

Your body

How much you snore has a lot to do with your age, sex, weight, health and fitness.  Even if you feel everything is against you, there is still plenty of help around to end your snoring problem.

Snoring is the sound of your sleep-disordered breathing.  Snoring happens when all these factors conspire to block the airways at the back of your nose and throat.  Nightly snoring is proof that your body needs help to break through this blockage.

Factors that make your snoring worse

Age: As you get older, the muscles that should hold your airways open whilst you sleep get weaker.  With weaker muscle tone, the soft skin at the back of your throat is more prone to collapsing into your airways.

Sex: Problem snoring is a factor of life for 1 in 3 men and 1 in 10 women.  By the time you have reached 60, you have a 50% chance of problem snoring if you are male and a 30% chance if you are female.

Weight:  Men especially tend to put on weight around their neck and chest.  Extra weight puts extra pressure on tired airways causing them to collapse.  If your collar size is 16 inches or more, you are more likely to need help to stop snoring.

Your unique features: Physical obstructions in the mouth and nose can make for difficulty breathing and can cause snoring.  If you feel there might be a bodily reason behind your snoring, you should visit your doctor.

Fitness: Muscle tone is what keeps your airways open whilst you sleep.  Keeping fit tones up all your muscles and improves the way your body gets vital oxygen to your brain and other organs whilst you sleep. 

Health: Loud and sudden snoring is a symptom often associated with the medical condition, sleep apnoea*.

Help your body beat your snoring problem - Looking after your body is the best way to beat your problems with snoring.  Snoreeze snoring relief aids are specifically designed and formulated to help your body to stop snoring.  Enjoy the restful, snore-free night you need to be at your best in the morning with Snoreeze nasal and throat sprays, lozenges and oral tabs.  For very loud snoring try Snoreeze's most effective product, the Snoreeze Oral Device. 

ENDS

*Sleep apnoea is a common disorder in which you have one or more pauses in breathing or shallow breaths while you sleep. Breathing pauses can last from a few seconds to minutes. They may occur 30 times or more an hour. Typically, 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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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