Friday, 28 June 2019

Healing And Preventing The Damage Caused By The Injuries of Snoring

Snoring is dangerous. For example, heavy snoring can cause a quick stoppage of breathing that can easily endanger one’s life. Habitual snoring can lead to some serious health and relationship problems. There really is nothing good about the repercussions of snoring.

There is another repercussion of snoring that we hardly hear of. Apparently, snoring causes injuries that can damage the body.

The recurrent vibrations caused by snoring can lead to injuries in the upper airways of people who snore heavily. This in turn, can cause swallowing dysfunction and render individuals more vulnerable for developing the severe condition obstructive sleep apnea.


Who would have thought that the vibrations caused by snoring can actually be damaging enough to cause some swallowing dysfunction? According to research, it can be.

These findings are reported by researchers at Umeå University, Sweden. Their on-going research focuses on the processes behind vibratory damage and healing of the upper airway tract. The data generated will help identify people at high risk of developing sleep apnea and to find novel treatment strategies.


Clearly, the health risks of snoring are mounting. Hopefully, this particular research could help heal the damage brought about by snoring.

"Besides the disturbing effects, constant snoring can be a significant health risk. Nonetheless, there are indications that our research will guide towards early preventive measures and in the long term also enhance healing of damaged tissue caused by snoring," says Associate Professor Per Stål, research leader at the Department of Integrative Medical Biology at Umeå University.


The findings of the research are not just interesting but alarming as well. According to the findings, patients who snore and suffer from sleep apnea show neuromuscular injuries in their upper respiratory tract. Both snoring and sleep apnea can also damage the nerves and muscles in the soft palate.

Researchers in Umeå have shown that snorers and sleep apnea patients have neuromuscular injuries in the upper respiratory tract. The injuries can be seen at both the structural and molecular level. Researchers could also observe a correlation between snoring and swallowing dysfunction as well as a relation between nerve damage and obstructive sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is characterized by repeated collapse of the upper respiratory tract leading to respiratory arrest during sleep, which increases the risk of cardiovascular disease.

The studies show that people who constantly snore heavily and have sleep apnea displayed a loss of nerves and muscle mass in the soft palate. Furthermore, the attempts by the body to heal damaged tissue were disturbed resulting in an abnormal muscle structure. Another interesting finding was that muscle fibres in the soft palate lacked or had a disturbed organization of certain structural proteins. These proteins stabilize the organelles of the muscle cell and support cellular structures related to energy production and muscle fibre contraction.


The most promising part of the research shows that the body tries to heal the damage caused by the injuries of snoring

The researchers also found that a neurotransmitter that is normally associated with healing and regeneration of neurons was present in the muscle cells. This finding suggests that the body is trying to heal the injuries, but the recurrent snoring vibrations prevent proper healing. It becomes a vicious circle where snoring causes damage and at the same time disturb healing of injuries, which can lead to swallowing dysfunction and sleep apnea.


It’s safe to say that it’s possible to heal and to prevent the damage caused by the injuries of snoring. As long as the snoring stops, the damage is healed and, in some cases, prevented.

The good news is that there are ways to stop snoring. One way to stop it is by wearing a snoring mouthpiece while sleeping.

The Sleeptight Snoring Mouthpiece is designed to keep your airway open so that you won’t have a hard time breathing. It also lessens and eventually stops the snoring that could damage your soft palate.

It’s really important to stop snoring. Visit to learn more about it.

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Tuesday, 25 June 2019

Study Finds That Women Underestimate Their Snoring

Men snore. They don’t deny that at all. They snore loud and mean that it’s hard to get any sleep beside them. The question is, are men the only snorers? Of course not! Women are snorers too. The funny thing is that they can’t seem to admit it.

In what may be the funniest news this week, a new study is finding that women tend to underreport their own snoring. The study looked at 1,913 patients, the average age of 49 years, who were referred to a sleep disorders center at a university hospital.


There really is nothing glamorous about snoring. Just imagine a weird, almost too annoying, sound coming out from a woman’s mouth. It seems unfitting for a woman to snore; almost too unfeminine.  That probably explains why it’s hard for any woman to admit that she snores.

What they found was that not only did women tend to underreport snoring, they also underestimated its loudness. The study found that 88% of the women snored, but only 72% reported that they snore.

In addition, about 49% of the women had severe or very severe snoring but only 40% of the women rated their snoring at this level. In the meantime, 92.6% of men were found to snore while a nearly identical amount (93.1%) reported snoring.


Another interesting finding is that women actually snore just as loud as men. This might be hard to accept by some women out there but unfortunately, there is some truth in it.

In terms of snoring loudness, the study found that both men and women were approximately at the same level. Women exhibited a mean maximal snoring intensity of 50 decibels and men one of 51.7 decibels.


The study required the participants to report and rate their snoring.  Their snoring was also monitored the whole night. The study seems to show a gap between what the women reported and what was actually monitored the whole night.

For the study, participants were asked to fill out a questionnaire that rated the severity of their snoring while a calibrated digital sound survey meter measured their snoring through an entire night. Snoring intensity was classified from mild (40 - 45 decibels) to very severe (60 decibels or more).


Nonetheless, the findings are relevant especially since snoring can often lead to a health condition called obstructive sleep apnea.

The results of the study are important as snoring is often a sign of obstructive sleep apnea. However, according to the authors, since there is a social stigma associated with snoring among women, women may hesitate or altogether deny reporting their snoring, leaving them undiagnosed for this disorder.


Snoring has to be treated, more so if it’s loud and habitual. It shouldn’t be ignored because it might lead to some serious health problems.

The first step to treating snoring is to simply accept it. There are natural ways to treat snoring. For immediate results, it’s best to consider snoring mouthpieces. These mouthpieces can help lessen the annoying sounds a snorer makes.

A doctor-recommended snoring mouthpiece is the Good Morning Snore Solution. This is an over-the-counter snoring mouthpiece. It holds the tongue and jaw in place, which can help lessen the chances of making weird and loud sounds while sleeping. It can also be worn with or without dentures.

The good news about the Good Morning Snore Solution is that it’s pretty easy to purchase it. There’s no need for a prescription. So, for women, who find it hard to accept that they snore, this is probably the right snoring mouthpiece for you. You can secretly deal with your snoring and eventually stop it. For more information, please visit

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Friday, 21 June 2019

6 Annoying Reasons Why Couples Are Sleeping In Separate Bedrooms

Have you heard of sleep divorce? Apparently, it’s the reason why more and more relationships are becoming stronger down under in Australia.

Thousands of Australian couples are sleeping in separate beds, with experts claiming that “sleep divorce” is making relationships and sex lives stronger.


According to research, sleeping in separate bedrooms is benefiting a lot of marriages.

Author and self-confessed “dedicated separate sleeper”, Jennifer Adams, says research showed more than 200,000 Australian couples were no sleeping in separate beds.

Adams, who wrote Sleeping Apart Not Falling Apart, said she and her husband had been happily married for 14 years despite sleeping in different bedrooms.

“Show me the stats of the divorced couples who shared a bed every night,” the 53-year-old told the Daily Mail.

“Sleeping in separate rooms does not mean the end of a relationship, it's just a way of maintaining a relationship.


It seems kind of odd for a couple to sleep in separate bedrooms but that’s just because it’s the norm. However, the norm isn’t exactly the best thing to do especially when it comes to salvaging a relationship. Think about it.

Jennifer shares how sleep divorce can become more socially acceptable.

“Talking about it openly becomes more socially acceptable. You would be surprised at how many happy married couples out there already doing this.”


Sleep divorce might just be the best solution for couples who find it hard to get a good night’s rest beside each other. It’s a more peaceful alternative to fighting the next day because of lack of sleep.

There are six annoying reasons why couples are sleeping in separate bedrooms.

Fly-in-fly-out schedules, shift work, body heat, snoring, farting and blanket theft are all blamed for disrupting sleep, forcing more and more couples to spend bedtime apart.


It’s funny that body heat, snoring, farting, and blanket theft are some of the annoying reasons why couples are sleeping in separate rooms. They may sound pretty petty but not when it comes to sleeping. Nothing is petty when it comes to getting a good night’s rest.

Snoring is definitely not a petty thing especially if it’s getting in the way of sleep.

“If you're being disturbed by your partner's snoring, and you're not getting enough sleep, then you need to do something to restore yourself,” she said.


That is the reason why sleep divorce has become a practical arrangement for couples.

Adams said the arrangement was very practical for busy Australian couples.


For some couples out there, talking about sleep divorce might just ignite a fight. After all, the reasons for considering a sleep divorce are not just annoying.  They're also very offending to talk about. Jennifer shares how couples can peacefully talk and consider a sleep divorce.

“The key message is this should be done for health. Sleeping is such a luxury and if you're not getting enough, ask yourself: If your partner is disturbing your sleep? If so, then you should consider sleeping in separate rooms.”


Here’s a peaceful verbiage that could bring up the topic of sleep divorce.

“Even though I can sleep through your snoring when I wear ear plugs, I can do it for a while but after about three days they irritate my ears and then I can’t sleep because of the irritation.”


While sleep divorce is a good way to maintain and in some cases, strengthen a relationship, it’s not exactly the best solution to snoring.

Leaving a snoring partner alone in a room could be quite dangerous. If snoring is getting the way of a relationship, then it’s best to treat the snoring first before considering a sleep divorce.

One of the easiest ways to treat snoring is by wearing a mandibular adjustment device, like the Sleeptight mouthpiece. This is really going to keep the snoring partner quiet, lessening the annoying reasons why couple sleep in separate bedrooms. To learn more about the Sleeptight, visit

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Tuesday, 18 June 2019

The 2019 MAD Mouthpiece Award Goes To ZQuiet

The winner is ...ZQuiet. Yes! ZQuiet wins the award for being the best MAD mouthpiece for 2019. Awarded  by The Snoring Mouthpiece Review, ZQuiet tops a long list of MAD mouthpieces in the market.

As part of its commitment to offering unbiased, rigorous reviews of snoring cessation products such as mouthpieces, pillows, chin straps and software applications, The Snoring Mouthpiece Review has awarded the ZQuiet® its 2019 MAD Mouthpiece of the Year, beating out other rivals in the category.


MAD stands for Mandibular Advancement Device and it is one of the two categories of snoring mouthpieces. The second category is composed of the TSD or Tongue Stabilizing Devices.

Snoring mouthpieces are typically categorized in one of two ways: 1. MAD or Mandibular Advancement Device, and 2. TSD or Tongue Stabilizing Devices. The MAD category remains the most popular in the realm of anti snoring mouthpieces, with TSD devices quickly gaining ground thanks to the key star in the category, the Good Morning Snore Solution.

The MAD category features literally 15-20 other major mouthpiece manufacturers doing battle for snoring mouthpiece supremacy, so separating individual products can be tough for the inexperienced user.


What makes ZQuiet the best MAD snoring mouthpiece? According to Steve Walker of The Snoring Mouthpiece Review, the design of ZQuiet is what makes it stand out in the market.

“We truly believe that the ZQuiet, at least when it comes to Mandibular Adjustment Devices, is easily the best and most usable mouthpiece of 2019,” said Steve Walker, spokesman for The Snoring Mouthpiece Review. “Its design remains a really unique selling point, as it allows freedom of movement where many other MAD designs do not.”

One of the key drawbacks for many MAD users is that this style of mouthpiece tends to lock the jaw in position - a problem that can create many issues. As an example, some MAD mouthpieces do not allow you to breathe through your mouth, which is a problem for many snorers. Additionally, by freezing the jaw in place, many people can become subject to problems with the jaw that can lead to serious difficulties such as TMJ disorders - the ZQuiet avoids this issue with the use of its revolutionary “Living Hinge Technology”.


ZQuiet boasts of the Living Hinge Technology which allows the mouth to move freely while you are sleeping. It does not restrict breathing and it is very comfortable to wear. Unlike the other MAD mouthpieces, there’s hardly any adjustment period for wearing a ZQuiet mouthpiece. Another good thing about the ZQuiet mouthpiece is that there’s no need to boil it.

“When it comes to overall comfort and flexibility of use, ZQuiet really does not have much in terms of direct competitors,” said Walker. “The movable hinge easily corrects what is one of the toughest issues that people tend to have with MAD snoring mouthpieces - jaw and dental problems caused by repositioning the jaw incorrectly.”

The benefits of ZQuiet are numerous, but certainly it is jaw mobility that make it a major standout. Unlike many MAD style mouthpieces, there is no need to boil the plastic in order to create a tight fit, and the user is allowed the freedom to move the jaw from side to side and to open and close the mouth.


Snoring is a loud problem and ZQuiet can silence it in a very unique way. Although it’s a one-size-fits-all mouthpiece, it is able to deal with snoring depending on the comfort level of the snorer. That’s a big plus for the ZQuiet mouthpiece.

“Treating snoring can often be a very unique proposition depending on the snorer,” said Walker. “While there are certainly standards, creating a one-size-fits-all product to address a variety of people is not easy, and we think that ZQuiet has done so very successfully.”


So if you’re looking for an effective snoring solution, why not look into ZQuiet? Read and learn more about it on

If there’s one snoring mouthpiece that really works, it’s ZQuiet. That pretty much is the reason why it’s the MAD mouthpiece of the year.

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Friday, 14 June 2019

Jacksonville is America’s Top Snoring City According To Study

Can you believe this? Jacksonville has more snorers than any other cities in the U.S. If you don’t believe it, take a look at this.

When it comes to snoring, no other U.S. city tops Jacksonville.

That’s according to a recent study by Withings, which makes products that measure health, such as activity-tracking watches, scales and health monitors.


One thing is for sure. Jacksonville is one noisy city. You might be wondering how the study was able to come up with such conclusion. Here’s how it was done.

Using data from health tracking devices, Withings found the users tracked in Jacksonville snore over five times a night with snore durations reaching one hour, 12 minutes.

By comparison, the national average for snoring was 2.65 times a night.


Here’s what they found.

Withings also found the Jacksonville people tracked in the study stayed up later than most of the nation, putting the city in the top five for night owls.


While Jacksonville tops the snoring category, it’s not exactly the city where you will find the late sleepers. Although it’s in the top 5 late night cities, it’s number 5.

Top Late-Night Cities: Cities with the Latest Average Bedtimes
1.) Philadelphia – 12:40 a.m.
2.) New York City – 12:36 a.m.
3.) Los Angeles – 12:30 a.m.
4.) Miami – 12:28 a.m.
5.) Jacksonville – 12:24 a.m.


The study also shows that the person’s BMI or the body mass index has a lot to do with snoring.

Withings’ data showed a significant correlation between a person’s body mass index (BMI) and snoring in both men and women. The higher the BMI, the more likely a person is to be a heavy snorer.


According to the study, men are more likely to snore heavily than women.

Withings found men were two times more likely to be heavy snorers than women.


Snoring should not be taken lightly. There’s a good reason why.  Read on and find out.

Snoring and nighttime breathing disturbances can impact the quality of sleep and can be a sign of sleep apnea, according to Withings.


Other health issues could arise from snoring if it’s not treated immediately.

The health technology company said snoring has also been associated with other chronic illnesses such as high blood pressure, obesity and depression.


All these findings were based on millions of Americans who use various products from Withings.

The study was based on anonymous data from a pool of 2.4 million American users, 1.4 million of whom tracked their weight; 130,000 of whom tracked their steps; 39,000 of whom tracked their sleep and 5,000 of whom tracked their snoring.


There’s no doubt that the findings show the severity of snoring among Americans. While the study is showing a significant number of  Americans are not getting enough sleep, it’s also showing a huge population of snorers.

Snoring may be a growing problem in America. However, there are solutions to this sleeping problem. One easy solution, not just for the snorers of Jacksonville but for the all the snorers nationwide, is the ZQuiet mouthpiece.

If Jacksonville tops all the American cities in terms of snoring population, ZQuiet tops all the snoring mouthpieces. This is not a rumor. It’s true. You can read more about it here.

The ZQuiet is very comfortable to wear. It does not get in the way. Your mouth can still move freely with it.  As a matter of fact, the ZQuiet  can even be worn while drinking water. Then again, why would anyone want to wear it while awake?

Kidding aside, that just shows who easy and comfortable it is to wear the ZQuiet.

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Thursday, 13 June 2019

Snoring Aids That Can Help The Whole House Get A Good Night’s Sleep

Long Beach, California based The Snoring Mouthpiece Review is proud to announce the release of their two most recent articles, intended to help anyone living with a snoring problem. “Whether or not you know you have a snoring problem, you and anyone living with you can benefit from our educational articles which help people understand why they and their loved ones are snoring, along with our rigorous reviews of effective snoring aids,” said Steve Walker, founder of The Snoring Mouthpiece Review.

There are many reasons why someone would start snoring, although some of them may be surprising to learn. Notably, sheer exhaustion is not one of them. Increased tissue around the neck and throat and poor muscle tone can cause snoring, and many people will know that having too much to drink before bedtime can do the same. A sleep disorder called sleep apnea, if left untreated, can take a toll on the heart and lungs, and leave sufferers feeling tired with no desire to exercise.

Those suffering from sleep deprivation from snoring may not be feeling in top form and, at the same time, not even realize it. Stress or worry can play a part, so sleep deprivation is often not even recognized. Furthermore, those who turn to caffeine for a pick-me-up or a drink to relax may be making the issue worse.

Most people see their doctor when snoring becomes persistent and they have already done what they can to lose some excess weight and eliminate alcohol consumption from their lifestyles. Investing in a healthy lifestyle can play its part but sometimes more help is needed, and this is when pursuing an appropriate snoring mouthpiece can help stop snoring, often stopping it altogether since they help air move freely. Many snoring mouthpieces do not even require a prescription for purchase—these items are conveniently named in one of the recent articles.

There are some simple remedies which can also help reduce or stop snoring. Surprisingly, many don’t realize that people who sleep on their back are more likely to snore because the tongue restricts airflow. So, for many, sleeping on their side is a simple remedy which helps eliminate the problem. However, for those who suffer from loud snoring and those who live with someone with loud snoring, investing in a snoring mouthpiece can save many sleepless nights for all parties involved. Read the article to find a recommendation for a suitable oral appliance/snoring mouthpiece.

The Snoring Mouthpiece Review is committed to offering unbiased and rigorous reviews of snoring cessation devices, and they publish in-depth reviews on leading devices which are made available on their website. Snoring is big business—according to the National Sleep Foundation, frequent snoring affects more than 100 million people in the US alone.

“As a sufferer, I tried many interesting products, but found many of them had problems. I found lots of customer complaints about products, but no real way to compare them. That is why I founded The Snoring Mouthpiece Review,” said Walker. “Manufacturers often ignore the essential fact that customer service is needed to ensure that the products are used as effectively as they can be.”

Not treating a snoring issue can lead to further problems down the line. Untreated sleep disorders can lead to many life-long health problems, including high blood pressure, risk of stroke, diabetes, and can even affect a sufferer’s general well-being. Aside from medical issues, most people are also less productive simply due to the fact that the condition causes them to feel tired. For many, investing in an effective snoring aid can help immediately help ensure that they have enough air flow through the night and wake up more rested and alert.

Those looking for effective products to help relieve snoring will have plenty of reasons to look up the two blog articles and read more on The Snoring Mouthpiece Review’s website—where they can also find full, unbiased reviews of many products as well as get more information regarding their condition. The Snoring Mouthpiece Review also offers coupon codes on some of the products they have reviewed.

For more information, contact Steve Walker, founder of The Snoring Mouthpiece Review, through the contact form on the website. Interested parties may also follow the company on Twitter for their insightful views on snoring-related disorders and other relevant topics.

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Tuesday, 11 June 2019

4 Surprising Reasons Why You Snore

Do you ever wonder why you snore? Are you one of those folks who think sheer exhaustion is the reason for snoring? Well, if you are; think again. Sheer exhaustion is not the cause of your snoring.

There are 4 surprising reasons why you snore. One of these surprising reasons is your weight.

No one likes to talk about their waistline, but it is something to remember when trying to cut down on snoring. According to the National Sleep Foundation, "Being overweight leads to poor muscle tone and increases the tissue around the neck and throat." With regular physical activity and a balanced diet, these muscles will become stronger and snoring may begin to decrease.


Another probable cause of your snoring is your alcohol intake. Maybe it’s time to cut down on it.

Having a little too much to drink before bedtime can bring on snoring. Alcohol relaxes the throat muscles, therefore lowering defense against airway obstruction. If you are planning on drinking, consider having your glass of wine a few hours before bed or avoid consuming alcohol altogether.


Your sleeping position could also be the reason why you snore. Apparently, sleeping on your back can make you snore more.

Everyone has their preferred way of drifting off to dreamland, but these sleep patterns can cause snoring too. The Mayo Clinic states that sleeping on your back narrows the airways, causing snoring. An easy fix is to change your sleep style. Sleeping on your side or on your stomach may reduce the likelihood of snoring.


Another cause of your snoring is that you could be suffering from a sleep disorder called sleep apnea. Unfortunately, snoring is a sign of sleep apnea. This is something that you should look into especially if your snoring is really loud and you wake up grasping for air.

Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder that causes you to stop breathing or gasp for air in the middle if the night. Loud snoring, feeling tired after a full night's sleep, and gasping for air are some of the main symptoms. Doctors can conduct sleep tests to determine how severe the apnea is. If left untreated, sleep apnea can take a toll on the heart, lungs, and leave patients feeling tired with no desire to exercise. Treatment usually consists of sleeping with a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine or an oral appliance to keep your airway passages open.


These are the four surprising reasons why you snore and if you notice, sheer exhaustion is not one them. Keep in mind that everybody snores. So, that includes you.

There’s really nothing to worry about light snoring. However, if your snoring is habitual then it’s time to do something about it. If you’re overweight, lose some of the extra pounds. Start getting healthy. Eat right and exercise more. You can never go wrong with a healthy lifestyle.

If snoring is still persistent after losing a couple of pounds and dropping the alcohol habit, then it’s time to see a doctor about it. Ask your doctor about snoring mouthpieces that can help you stop snoring.

Snoring mouthpieces are devices that you could wear while sleeping. They keep your airway open, preventing you from snoring.

You see, the reason why you snore is because of air restriction. Air can’t move freely from your nose to your mouth and because of that, the tissues in the said areas vibrate. The relaxed muscles in your mouth don’t make it any easier as well. Hence, wearing a snoring mouthpiece can help the air move freely.

There are four snoring mouthpieces in the market that very popular these days. These are,,, and Ask your doctor which one is right for you. Take note that the Good Morning Snore Solution does not require you to have any prescription for purchase. You can give it a try now.

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Friday, 7 June 2019

Snoring Remedies That Actually Work

We all want a good night’s sleep. That’s why we all look forward to sleeping when we get home from work. It’s the ultimate break from all the chaos and stress of the day. We all need to get a good night’s sleep to be able to rejuvenate. Unfortunately, there’s a major road block to getting a good night’s sleep and that is snoring.

According to The National Sleep Foundation, frequent snoring affects more than 100 million people in the U.S. Even more people experience infrequent snoring and may suffer from poor quality sleep. It will affect both the snorers and their partners, and may cause disrupted sleep for your entire family. It explains the high interest in quick fixes by snorers.


We snore because the airflow in our nose and mouth is restricted. It is blocked by the tissues surrounding both our nose and mouth.

Snoring is caused by restricted airflow in the mouth and nose. When it is blocked by your esophageal and nasal tissues, air will cause an increased likelihood of vibration, which will be translated into sound.


There are several causes of snoring. Allergies, sleeping pills, and heavy intake of alcohol could all cause someone to snore. Sleep apnea can definitely cause someone to snore all the time.

Common causes of snoring include underlying medical conditions such as sleep apnea, and allergies, or the use of sleeping pills or alcohol before bed.


Not all snores are the same. Interestingly, there are different kinds of snorers.

Depending on the tissue involved, there are several types of snorers. Nasal snorers will experience snoring because of blocked passages or a deviated septum. Tongue-based snorers will often snore when the tongue is in a hyper-relaxed state. Mouth snorers sleep through their mouth while sleeping, which may cause the soft palate tissues to vibrate against each other.


Whether the snore is coming from the nose, tongue, or the mouth, one thing is the same. The snore is irritating and it can hinder a peaceful sleep. Luckily, there are snoring remedies. As a matter of fact, there are a lot.

Considering the long list of snoring remedies, it’s unfortunate that only a few of them really work. Not all the snoring remedies are effective. It really depends of the gravity of the snore. Here are some of the chosen snoring remedies that actually work.

Sleeping on the side is actually one snoring remedy that works.

People who sleep on their back are more likely to snore because the position will cause the tongue to restrict airflow from the throat. Sleeping on your side can be a good way to address snoring. If you are having trouble getting used to the change, you could position pillows to prevent you rolling over in the middle of the night.


Avoiding alcohol and sleeping pills is also one of the few snoring remedies that seem to work.

Alcohol and sleeping pill use will relax your muscles. They can be a great option to relax your body and mind when taken in recommended amounts. However, if taken before bed, they could lead to an increased rate of snoring. You should avoid taking any alcohol or sleeping pills up to two hours before bed. This will reduce the likelihood of relaxed tissue, which will address snoring. You should limit your alcohol intake to specific times. You may also need to contact your doctor about available options to help you substitute any sleeping pills you may be prescribed to.


Losing weight is also one of the snoring remedies that can finally help you get a good night’s sleep.

People who rank above the expected weight for their height group will be likely to have more tissue in their throat. This can increase the tendency of snoring, since this tissue is more likely to vibrate. If your body mass index measurement suggests you are overweight, addressing this will help you cut down your snoring. You can seek the help of a nutritionist or doctor, take up regular exercise and eat smaller portions of healthier food to reduce your weight to recommended levels. With balanced weight, you will be better able to keep your snoring in control.


Out of the long list of snoring remedies, here’s one that has been proven to work.

Loud snoring can be addressed by oral appliances. There are a number of dental fixtures help to keep the airways open, which reduces the likelihood of blockage.


SnoreRx is one good example of an oral appliance that really works. It’s well known for a particular feature called “MicroFit.” Unlike other oral appliances where the wearer has to adjust, the “MicroFit” feature of SnoreRx adjusts to the wearer. That makes it more comfortable for the wearer. For a in-depth review of it, visit

The following article Snoring Remedies That Actually Work is republished from The Snoring Mouthpiece Review Blog


Tuesday, 4 June 2019

A Tale To Tell: A Funny Story On Snoring

Here’s a funny story. It’s about a husband who learned to stop his snoring on his own. Well, actually he got some help from his wife. But of course, he won’t admit that.

He starts his story animatedly, describing how his wife recorded his snoring.

My wife complained that I snore.

Ever forgiving in other aspects of our co-habitation, she decided to record me in the act.

She played it back while I was sleeping. She played it back in all its orchestral glory, thinking this might cure me.

But she says I broke into a two-part harmony.

She tried giving me left hooks and I woke up with bruises up my arm.

She said, “I thought you were dead. You stopped breathing.”

I heard, “You stopped breeding.”

“I was doing it in my sleep!” I exclaimed.


Aside from his snoring issues, the husband obviously has some hearing issues as well. Poor wife has to put up with both. Then again, you got to hand it to the husband, he eventually admitted that he had a snoring problem.

It takes a certain amount of self-criticism to reach the conclusion that your wife might be right about: a) your snoring, and b) about the need to do something about your snoring. So, as the final submission of the snorer to the snoree, I agreed to go to a sleep clinic to be tested.


So, he went to a sleep clinic. He checked himself in right in the middle of winter. You’d think the sleep clinic would be a posh, comfortable place. Based on his description, it was a far cry from it.

The bedroom I was assigned to was like a room in the Bates Motel. The art on the wall was enough to give me nightmares – blackbirds with yellow eyes, although the caption read, “Moonlight over the Prairies.”

The technician went to work on me. He placed suction caps with wires on my head and face. The wires were inserted into a box at my bedside that would transmit my brainwaves and my movements to the technician’s screen.

I felt like Frankenstein’s monster.

There were cameras on the walls. Shades of The Twilight Zone.

He told me to go to sleep now. He would be in the next room and if I needed anything, I just had to call out.


So, he called out when he needed to pee and that pissed off the technician.

The technician came in rubbing his eyes. He unplugged me from the machine. I had to go to the washroom with the wires dangling from my face. I was terrified I’d run into someone. Norman Bates, perhaps.


The husband goes on to describe his experience in the sleep clinic. Although it was pretty obvious that his experience was for from being pleasant, he seemed to have found humor in it.

To cut the long story short, the husband was diagnosed with sleep apnea.

A week later I was summoned to the doctor who told me that I had sleep apnea and I needed a CPAP machine.


Even if he was a bit reluctant to wear the CPAP mask, he decided to go through with it. He wasn’t going to throw away the hundreds of dollars he had paid the sleep clinic that recommended the CPAP device.

Eleven hundred dollars later, I was the reluctant owner of a device that blows air up your nose through a hose attached to a face mask that makes you look like a Second World War fighter pilot.


So, did the CPAP mask work? According to his wife, it did.

That was because I couldn’t sleep.


The story ends with the husband getting used to the CPAP. As a matter of fact, he has even found another purpose for it.

But slowly, slowly I’m getting used to fighting the Battle of Britain every night. And on Halloween, I’ll wear the mask when I answer the door.


The story is pretty funny but there really is a more affordable way to deal with snoring and even sleep apnea. This is not to say that what the husband did was wrong because it’s not. Going to a sleep clinic is also an option but it could get pretty expensive.

Snoring mouthpieces won’t cost an arm and a leg. For example, the is so affordable that you can even afford to get another piece for your partner. The best thing about the Good Morning Snore Solution is that you won't look scary when you wear it.

The following article A Tale To Tell: A Funny Story On Snoring was originally published to The Snoring Mouthpiece Review Blog


Review Shows The Snoring Mouthpiece Helps Customers Stop Snoring

The Snoring Mouthpiece Review, a company that develops and reviews anti-snoring products and mouthpieces, recently published two new posts on their blog to help educate their readers on the causes and dangers of snoring. Given that snoring is so common, many individuals disregard the seriousness of the condition. Through their blog, the company strives to inform their audience on the potential consequences of snoring, as well as what they can do to solve this issue.

When children, teenagers, and young adults constantly snore loudly, it is often not taken seriously by their parents, friends, and peers. Instead, a minor who suffers from chronic snoring often experiences gentle teasing and joking from their loved ones. What many people are not aware of, however, is that young people who snore are at a high risk of developing severe sleep apnea and cardiac problems. The correlation between snoring and the development of critical health issues in young people has been continuously proven by scientific studies, yet it remains a minor concern for the loved ones of young chronic snorers.

According to The Snoring Mouthpiece Review, young athletes are particularly at a high risk for developing sleep disordered breathing. The main cause of this disorder is chronic snoring, and young athletes who suffer from sleep disordered breathing often experience low levels of oxygen in the blood and higher than normal pulse rates when they sleep. These effects have caused a rapidly increasing rate of death caused by cardiovascular disorders in this subset of the population.

Furthermore, the company informs its readers that most patients who experience heart problems that stem from chronic snoring are over the age of 40, have a high BMI, and have a larger than average neck circumference. Besides the older generations, young athletes who participate in high contact sports such as football or rugby often have the other common factors that appear to cause severe snoring. With a higher BMI and a thicker neck due to the sport they participate in, young people are developing serious sleep disorders at higher rates. Due to these startling statistics, The Snoring Mouthpiece review urges young athletes involved in contact sports to watch out for any signs of snoring. Even if they snore only on occasion, the company strongly suggests that these individuals start wearing a mouthpiece to stop their snoring altogether, or to prevent it from getting any worse. Although it is not often discussed, it is common knowledge in the medical world that snoring can kill.

While many people suffer from snoring, and even chronic snoring, they are unaware of what actually happens in their body that causes them to snore. The Snoring Mouthpiece Review tirelessly works to educate their customers on the true dangers of the affliction. When individuals snore during sleep, their airway goes through an inconsistent pattern of closing or partially closing as they breathe. This causes a decrease in oxygen in the body, which in turn can cause irreversible cardiovascular disease. Along with higher rates of heart problems, individuals who experience chronic snoring are also at a largely increased risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, among other diseases.

Written to educate individuals who snore, or who know someone who snores, The Snoring Mouthpiece Review publishes articles and blog posts that describe the different types of anti-snoring mouthpieces available on the market, the benefits and drawbacks of each type of mouthpieces, and reviews and comparisons on specific brands of mouthpieces. It is especially important to the anti-snoring mouthpiece company that they educate their consumers on what types of mouthpieces they should look for—or stay away—from based on certain personal factors.

For example in a recent blog post, The Snoring Mouthpiece Review emphasized that Tongue Stabilizing Device mouthpieces should not be used by people who have a deviated septum or have been diagnosed with severe sleep apnea. On the other had, the company writes that those who have any dentures, crowns, or loose teeth, or those who suffer from TMJ, should stay away from Mandibular Advancement Device mouthpieces. The Snoring Mouthpiece Review urges their customers to purchase a mouthpiece to decrease their snoring symptoms, but it is also incredibly important to the company that their customers are educated on which type of device will work best for them. To learn more about the dangers of snoring, the effects of sleep apnea issues, and the correct product to solve their sleep disordered breathing, visit the company’s blog, or contact Steve Walker of The Snoring Mouthpiece Review.

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