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John snores most nights

John has snored regularly for as long as he can remember. It doesn't seem to make much difference whether he is sleeping on his back or his side. His wife, Julie, rarely gets her 8 hours sleep because John's snoring can be very loud.


Similarly to others who snore most nights, John suffers from the main cause of snoring. This is when relaxed muscle tension at the back of the throat causes the upper airway to narrow and the soft tissue to vibrate.

 

What can help John?

John should try a Snoreeze oral product. Their dual action technology targets the main cause of snoring by toning and lubricating the soft tissues at the back of the throat to provide effective snoring relief.

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Sue mostly snores when she is suffering from a blocked nose

Sue is not a frequent snorer. She only snores when she is suffering from a blocked nose, either as a result of a cold or allergy.


Having a blocked nose restricts airflow through the nasal passages and causes Sue to snore because it forces her to breathe through her mouth whilst sleeping, which can lead to snoring.

 

What can help Sue?

Sue should try a Snoreeze nasal product. Snoreeze Nasal Spray and Snoreeze Nasal Strips target snoring caused by a cold, allergies or a blocked nose by opening the nasal passages to provide effective snoring relief.

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Mark sometimes suffers from interrupted breathing whilst sleeping

Mark is generally tired and sometimes falls asleep during the day. He sometimes wakes his partner and himself during the night with a loud snore or snort. He is likely to have sleep apnoea - a respiratory condition related to snoring that causes interrupted breathing during sleep.

The most common form of sleep apnoea, Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA), is when airflow during sleep is prevented from entering the lungs by a temporary obstruction. The obstruction is because of a lack of muscle one in the upper airway which causes the airway to collapse. Alternatively, the soft palate at the back of the throat may partially or fully close the airway.

 

What can help Mark?

If you experience any of these symptoms it is recommended that you consult your doctor immediately. Mark could try the Snoreeze Oral Device. Its adjustable design gently positions the jaw in a forward position to clear the obstructed airway and provide effective relief.

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Gary snores from time-to-time and isn’t really sure why

There isn’t a clear pattern to Gary’s snoring. He doesn’t know if he suffers from the main cause of snoring or only snores when he has a blocked nose. He thinks that could be worse when he has a cold.

There is a possibility that Gary is a multifactoral snorer. His snoring may be caused by both the main cause of snoring and nasal congestion.

 

What can help Gary?

Gary should try a combination of Snoreeze oral and nasal products, such as Snoreeze Throat Spray and Snoreeze Nasal Strips. This should provide Gary with snoring relief from both types of snoring.

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Peter sleeps with his mouth open

Peter snores regularly but doesn’t know why. His partner has told him that he often snores when he sleeps with his mouth open.

Sleeping with your mouth open is generally an indication that you are suffering with a blocked nose. Blocked nasal passages force Peter to open his mouth to breathe, which can lead to snoring.

 

What can help Peter?

Peter should try a Snoreeze nasal product.  Snoreeze Nasal Spray and Snoreeze nasal Strips target snoring caused by a blocked nose by opening the nasal passages to provide effective snoring relief.

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Richard doesn't want to embarrass himself when travelling away from home

Richard has to travel abroad frequently because of his job. He is worried that his snoring may embarrass him on his trips away, either whilst asleep on the plane or in the hotel. Travelling with liquids isn't ideal for him, so he wants something that can help reduce his snoring but is suitable for his lifestyle.

 

What can help Richard?

Snoreeze Lozenges, Snoreeze Oral Strips and Snoreeze Nasal Strips are not liquid products and are perfect for travellers as they can be easily carried in hand luggage.

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