How to stop snoring?
Snoring can lead to serious Health Risks!
How to stop snoring?
Snoring is often the sign of a condition called obstructive sleep apnea, which raises the risk for diabetes, obesity, hypertension, stroke, heart attack and other cardiovascular problems.
People with obstructive sleep apnea or heavy snorers stop breathing for 10 to 20 seconds while they sleep.
This can occur from a few to hundreds of times a night. Those people DO NOT SLEEP.
Anyone who is told they snore should consider obstructive sleep apnea as a possible cause.
Snoring is caused by the tongue not having enough room in the back of the throat. There are chemicals in the brain whose job is to trigger breathing, and these can fail in some people who snore. As a result, oxygen levels drop dramatically, causing cortisone, adrenaline and other hormones to surge.
These hormones contribute to high blood pressure and irregularities of the heart and can cause or exacerbate heart failure, trigger heart attacks, even sudden death. Even without snoring, people with obstructive sleep apnea have reduced oxygen in their system that can damage the heart.
Risk factors and symptoms.
We once thought obstructive sleep apnea was a disease of the obese, but we now know this isn’t true. While some people who are obese may have sleep apnea, other risk groups include:
- People who drink alcohol or use sleeping pills.
- People with diabetes.
- Those with congestive heart failure.
- People in their 50s and 60s.
- Men more than women.
You NEED to treat your snoring! Symptoms include:
- Daytime fatigue or needing a nap.
- Falling asleep or being drowsy at odd times such as while driving or watching television.
- Waking up suddenly from sleep gasping or choking for no apparent reason.
- Waking up with a dry or sore throat or a headache.
- Inability to focus.
- Not feeling refreshed in the morning.
- Choking on acid reflux during the night.
You must treat your snoring! Critical risks includes:
diabetes, obesity, hypertension, stroke and heart attack.
How does the SnoreSaver work?
Snoring occurs when the tongue drops backward in the mouth during sleep.
When this happens it restricts the airway causing the soft tissue at the back of the throat and mouth to vibrate.
SnoreSaver is a small silicon piece that comfortably fits in the mouth and gently pulls the tongue between the lips by creating a vacuum and opens the airway – This vacuum stabilizes the tongue during sleep and prevents snoring. So simple So smart.
Using SnoreSaver is easy:
1. Simply place the device between your teeth.
2. put your tongue inside the bulbous.
3. Use your fingers to apply pressure to the bulbous section that sits between your lips.
4. When you release the pressure, the resulting suction pulls the tongue forward and holds it in place.
1. Getting used to the product might take some time, but we can guarantee you, once you get used to it it will be a life changer!
2. Even if the SnoreSaver device comes out of your mouth during the night, you will probably sleep with the device for an hour, two hours or more.
During this time your body experiences for the first time a good and full sleep without awakenings!
This is very important and You will feel much better and alert....
From our customer's experience, We know that over time and practice the device will stay in your mouth all or most of the night.
3. The best way to track your results, would be by using the mobile app called "Snore Lab". Feel free to download it on your smartphone and it will track your progress, so you will be able to clearly see the results.
Maintenance Requirements & Product Longevity
The SnoreSaver device does not require any maintenance.
However, as with dentures, retainers, and other types of oral devices, you will need to adopt adequate hygiene practices.
Keeping your SnoreSaver clean could be as simple as placing it under the faucet and giving it a rinse. Putting it in a glass of water with some denture cleaning tablets is a better idea. Neither method is going to take up a great deal of your time.
Can You Expect Any Discomfort or Side Effects?
The tongue stabilizing device (TSD) can initially take some getting used to.
Having the tongue sucked into a vacuum chamber and held forward of the lips overnight is likely to feel a little strange at first but the body soon adapts. You will also be able to breathe through your nose.
How About Tongue Sensitivity?
If you have an unusually sensitive tongue, you can reduce the chance of discomfort by having a short lead-in period.
This entails wearing the device for 1-2 hours per day while awake instead of going straight to nighttime use.
Doing this for 2-3 days should be enough to help your tongue become accustomed to the feel of the device.
Although it’s not a side effect, as such, some people find TSD's cause a slight increase in salivation, making them drool on their pillow.
Again, this is something that generally reduces as the body adapts to the device.
How long does it take to get used to wearing the SonoreSaver?
The adjustment period could take up to 4 weeks. Apart from adjusting to the new oral sleeping sensation, you may find you experience some degree of soreness around your tongue and gums.
The tissue in the mouth is quite sensitive that’s why it can take time to get used to using TSDs, braces, or any other form of oral device.
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