February 28, 2018
The Surprising Facts about Snoring

How much do you know about snoring? Most people know very little about it beyond the fact that it’s noisy, irritating and usually associated with grandfathers and distant aunts and it’s the butt of unkind jokes. We will listen to friends complain about the sleepless nights they endure because of it, but avoid admitting to it if we snore ourselves. Yet most of us do snore at some point or another, and nearly half of us do it on a regular basis – and that is just two of the strange but true facts about snoring most of us don’t … Read the rest

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February 18, 2018
Anti-Snoring Products: How to Spot a Scam

The European Patent Office has 1,306 patents for snoring products on their worldwide database. The United States has around 2000. Do all these inventions, and the hundreds of other products that fill websites and store shelves really work? It’s hard to believe they all do, because if they did there would be a lot less snoring going on. Some may work to a certain extent, and others may be purely a lot of noise about nothing. How do you spot a scam when it comes to anti-snoring products?

  1. Beware the  One Fits All Approach

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February 7, 2018
Published Research on Anti-Snoring Devices and Mild Sleep Apnea

Most published research into anti-snoring devices for treating mild sleep apnea comes to the same conclusion. Mandibular Advancement Devices (MAD) can play a part in treating mild sleep apnea, and possibly help with moderate sleep apnea cases, too. But does it compare well with CPAP machines, long considered the gold standard for sleep apnea treatment?

Again, most researchers agree with the authors of a 2015 Australian study that comes to the conclusion that MADs might not work quite as well (efficacy) as Continuous Positive Airway Pressure machines in bringing down sleep apnea scores, but they are just about as effective … Read the rest

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January 30, 2018
When Children Snore: Should You be Worried?

Snoring is not something we generally associate with children, but up to ten percent of children snore. Should you be worried if your child snores? That depends on how heavy the snoring is. About three percent of children suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome, condition in which the airways become so obstructed during sleep that they are unable to breathe.

What Symptoms Indicate That a Child May Have Sleep Apnea?

Certain types of snoring indicate the need for a visit to your family doctor. The problem may stem from a respiratory tract infection, swollen tonsils, or it could be the … Read the rest

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January 25, 2018
How to Sleep with a Snorer and Stay Sane: 7 Tips to up your ZZZZ’s

Marriage vows and life partnerships call for absolute commitments that will endure the good and the bad times, as well as periods of illness and health. But when does enough get to be enough with regard to that principle? In many cases it’s when one or other of the partners (or bed-friendly pets) are snorers. Sawing noises in the night have proved to be among the most common causes for relationships breaking up.

Constant snoring by a partner can push a non-snorer to near breaking point if it goes on regularly and for a long period, the raucous noise and … Read the rest

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January 25, 2018
Health Risks of Snoring: More than Just the Noise

If you think the effects of snoring are restricted only to your own embarrassment and the discomfort of your sleeping partner, think again. Snoring can be your body’s way of literally sounding the trumpet. It could be warning of a serious health problem that you may not realise you have. Loud and regular snoring can be related to various serious illnesses including being a symptom of sleep apnea, a chronic and dangerous sleep disorder. It interrupts your night-time breathing many times every night, causing you to stop breathing for anything from seconds to minutes multiple times during a night’s sleep.… Read the rest

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March 18, 2017
Top 4 Snoring Remedies That Are Worth Trying

Snoring is a common sleeping issue. Everyone can snore, but some people suffer from it regularly. Not only does the snorer suffer, but the people sleeping with them are also affected resulting in sleepless nights and strained relationships.

Snoring is completely different than sleep apnea. Note that snoring is just an indicator of a much serious condition called sleep apnea. Keep in mind that sleep apnea is a severe sleeping disorder where the person stops breathing during his sleep. If left untreated, sleep apnea could cause high blood pressure and heart attack due to lack of oxygen intake while … Read the rest

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March 17, 2017
Oral Anti-Snoring Devices: MAD vs. TRD vs. CPAP

Snoring can happen to anyone. However, some people experience it all the time resulting in restless sleep and disturbance to their partners. Many relationships have been strained just because of snoring. Good thing, the solution doesn’t have to be moving in separate bedrooms. Now, there are FDA-approved sleep devices that you can use to minimize, if not stop, your nightly noise pollution.

To solve snoring, we need to look at the source. Snoring is produced by the vibration of your soft tissues when you breathe during your sleep. The tongue and soft tissues in your mouth are relaxed during … Read the rest

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March 14, 2017
How To Solve Your Snoring Problem

Snoring is said to be a problem that you give to another person instead of yourself.  Why? A person suffering from snoring usually don’t have an idea that he has it until someone will tell him about it. If you have a partner, it is imperative that you find a solution to your snoring to help your partner to have a better quality of sleep.

Looking at the manner that you snore can give you an insight on the reason you are snoring. We have indicated some commonly observed snoring types and its probable cause.

  • Open-mouthed Snore – The snore
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May 8, 2015
Pillar Procedure For Snoring | Our Review Will Shock You

pillar procedureWhat is the Pillar Procedure? As soon as you see the word ‘procedure’ you can be reasonably certain that it’s got something to do with surgery, and that’s just what the Pillar procedure is. Small synthetic rods are surgically implanted into the soft palate.

Snoring and mild to moderate sleep apnea may be caused by the soft palate collapsing during sleep, so the idea behind the pillar procedure is that the little plastic rods will harden the soft palate, preventing it from collapsing and blocking the airways during sleep.


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