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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.





How Sleep Helped Olympic Champion

Michael Phelps, the world’s greatest swimmer, ended his career after five Olympic games, in Rio 2016. Phelps spent countless hours in the pool as he trained for his final appearance in the Rio Olympic Games. He won five gold medals and a silver, making a total score of 23 Olympic titles and 28 medals!

During training, back in 2015, Phelps only began to consider how important sleep is. The Olympic swimmer averaged over seven hours of sleep a night, leading up to Rio. A target he wanted to aim for while in Rio, as well.

Sleep still isn’t fully understood for fitness training. However, sleep and nutrition can help training plans for coaches as early as the Tokyo Olympics in 2020. This can help monitor how the body responds to certain levels of sleep and how it effects or hinders athletes’ overall performance.

In our recent YouGov survey, 60% of the general public snore in the UK. 58% either disrupt their own sleep or their partner’s – which isn’t good, and a shocking 89% have never purchased a snoring relief product either. Just think of the potential athletes the average person could be if they had a better sleep. Here at Snoreeze we challenge you to reclaim your 8 hours’ sleep. Discover why you snore in our snoring section or try a Snoreeze product and make it part of your bedtime routine.

We recommend 7 – 9 hrs sleep for adults for a good night’s sleep. Ultimately, seeing the results in Rio, having a healthy sleep worked well for Phelps. He won six medals – including five golds. 

The highest percentage of snorers in the UK revealed!

Our recent survey, carried out by YouGov, the results showed us where the highest percentage of snorers in the UK come from. We conducted our questions to 12 regions across the land, and found out that the North East has the highest percentage of snorers with a massive 78%. And with a population of over 2.5 million – that is a lot of snorers.

Of the 78% of snorers in the North East:


  • 90% have never purchased a snoring relief product.
  • Only 16% worry that they may suffer from Sleep Apnoea.
  • 46% of the region admitted that their snoring would be an issue if they stayed at a friend/relatives house and travelling on an aeroplane or by public transport.
  • A massive 93% say they have never bought a snoring relief product for their partner, either.


Looking at these statistics, there are a lot of snorers in the North East that can cause so many relationships issues. Despite this, only 7% of couples with a snoring partner purchased a snoring relief product. This means that there are a lot of partners across the North East being disturbed, and a lot of relationships left to suffer.

Also, a lot of people are unaware that they may suffer from Sleep Apnoea. For further information on Sleep Apnoea, visit our page Do I Have Sleep Apnoea?


What Can I Do About Snoring?

Step 1:

Find out why your partner (Or yourself) snore in our About Snoring section

Step 2:

Make sure to have your 8 hours of sleep. Here at Snoreeze we challenge you to have a good night’s sleep.

Step 3:

Make a Snoreeze product part of your bedtime routine. 

The bedroom nightmare giving women sleepless nights

In our most recent survey, carried out by YouGov, a massive 93% of UK women in relationships have said that their partner snores at some point.

Snoring is often laughed off as a bit of a joke; but 75% of women with snoring partners admitted that the problem has some sort of effect on their life or relationship.

Of the 75% of women that say their partner’s snoring has impacted on their life:

  • 26% say they have gone to bed first in order to get to sleep before their snoring partner
  • 87% say that they have shook, nudged, or kicked their partner to silence them
  • More than 3 out of 10 (31%) admitted sleeping in separate bedrooms in order to get a good night’s sleep
  • 9% even admit that they have considered putting a pillow over their snoring partner’s face while they sleep

Snoring can cause many problems not because it disturbs the snorer, but because it disturbs their partner. 

  • 59% of women say a disturbed night’s sleep leaves them feeling irritable
  • 33% say it leaves them emotionally sensitive
  • 24% say they feel resentful towards the person that has disturbed them

Looking at these statistics, it is no wonder that snoring can cause so many relationship issues.  Despite this, only 13% of women with a snoring partner said they or their partner had ever purchased a snoring relief product.  This means that there are a lot of partners across the UK being disturbed, and a lot of relationships left to suffer. 

What can I do about snoring?

Step 1 – figure out why you (or your partner!) snore in our about snoring section

Step 2 – learn how snoring risk factors can be avoided by making small lifestyle changes

Step 3 – make Snoreeze products part of your bedtime routine to provide relief from snoring

Every relationship has its problems, but snoring doesn’t need to be one of them.  There are products out there to ensure that you will only be kissing goodnight to each other, and not your relationship

New Year, New You (part 2)

Throughout 2013, we are championing your right to sleep at night. In our last post, we talked about the Snoreeze 8 Hour Challenge and how we can help you reclaim your much needed 8 hours of sleep back from snoring.

Here’s a reminder of what the 8 Hour Challenge involves.

This week we are going to look at how alcohol, weight and your genetic make-up can influence snoring and what you can do to fight back!

Both alcohol and weight contribute to the main cause of snoring.


Alcohol can relax the soft tissues at the back of the throat and increase your risk of snoring.

You may find that you do not have the muscle tone needed to keep the upper airway sufficiently open during the night to prevent the vibration of soft tissue. 

 Reducing the amount of alcohol that you consume should limit the relaxation effect on muscle tissue that can lead to snoring.

  • Drinking excessively can lead to weight gain, which significantly increases the risk of you snoring. 



Being overweight by only a few kilograms can increase the risk of you snoring considerably. The increased mass around your neck can lead to the narrowing of the upper airway, restricting your ability to breathe freely.

 Eating a balanced diet and exercising more frequently can help you to reduce body fat and alleviate snoring caused by being overweight.

  • If you have not exercised for a long time, have an existing medical condition or have specific dietary requirements, consult your doctor first.

In comparison, your genetic disposition can contribute to both the main cause of snoring and snoring caused by nasal congestion.


Genetic disposition

In some cases, your genetic disposition can greatly affect the likelihood of you snoring.

You may naturally have a narrow upper airway, which could cause the soft tissue at the back of your throat to vibrate. Similarly, if you have a larger than average-sized tongue it is possible that this could partially or fully block the upper airway.

Narrow nasal passages could have a similar affect on snoring as nasal congestion, causing you to breathe through your mouth, which can lead to snoring.

Although you cannot change your genetic disposition, in most cases it is possible for you to limit the affects it may have. 

New Year, New You

Reclaim For many people, the start of a New Year is a time to reflect on the previous year’s high-points and low-points. It’s also a time to consider your hopes and ambitious for the next 12 months. 

In this first post of a 4 part series – New Year, New You      – we’ll take a look at how overcoming snoring could become a reality for you in 2013.


Every year, we make (and break!) the same New Year’s resolutions. So why not try something different in 2013? How about joining the thousands of people that are already taking-on the Snoreeze 8 Hour Challenge?!

Here at Snoreeze we believe that you have the right to sleep at night. That's why we are championing a good night’s sleep with our 8 Hour Challenge. Snoreeze is challenging snorers and their partners across Great Britain to get their 8 hours of sleep every night. Taking part is a simple as 1, 2, 3!

Stage 1 – discover why you snore in our about snoring section.

Stage 2 – learn how to adapt your lifestyle based on the key risk factors that influence snoring

Stage 3 – try a Snoreeze product each night as part of your bedtime routine

Our next post will be focusing specifically on the affects of alcohol, weight and genetic disposition can influence snoring and how you can tackle snoring caused by these factors in 2013!


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