How to Stop Snoring
1 CommentFriday, 5 July 2013 | Jess
Snoring is a very common occurrence for most people at some point during a night’s sleep. However sometimes what starts as something that bothers you or your partner occasionally can eventually become a persistent problem every single night. Snoring can often be overlooked until it develops into something quite serious causing major problems such changing sleeping arrangements. There are different kinds of snowing from open mouthed snoring to nasal snoring and there are different products available to help you overcome your particularly snoring problem. This guide will help you identify the product to best help you with your individual circumstances so that everyone can get a batter night’s sleep.
The Rhynil Stop Snoring Spray is suitable for sufferers of nasal stuffiness, people with small or collapsed nostrils and mouth breathers and is approved by British Snoring and Sleep Apnoea Association. The formula is made entirely from the natural herbs with antiseptic and anti-bacterial properties making it ideal for infectious conditions in the sinuses and nasal passages and can reduce catarrh and inflammatory conditions such as allergic rhinitis. The anti-inflammatory properties of Rhynil reduce the inflammation in the nasal airway and improve nasal breathing. The spray is very easy to use, all you need to do is use it twice a day to both the nose and the roof of the mouth and one bottle holds enough formula for 4 weeks' treatment.
The Snore Calm Elite Foam Ear Plugs feature a super high Noise Reduction rating of 37db offering excellent noise blocking from most loud noises including loud snoring. These ear plugs are a good solution if you wake yourself up by snoring or if you wake up someone else! They are re-usable and are perfect for everyday or occasional use and are made from hypoallergenic and non-irritating foam.
The Nozovent Nasal Dilator is ideal for people with nasal stuffiness or small or collapsing nostrils and has been designed to help users snore less and in some cases can even help stop snoring altogether as it decreases the amount on energy needed in order to breath. The Nozovent gently expands the narrowest part of the nostrils making it easier to breathe through the nose meaning the soft palette in the nose cannot vibrate as easily and less energy is required to breathe.
The can help to stop snoring by making breathing through your nose more easy and natural so are ideal for mouth snorers and breathers. The strips are self-adhesive and help keep the mouth closed during sleep to help stop snoring, if during sleep you breathe through your mouth you will probably snore. The Snore Calm Strips have actually been proven effective in hospital sleep studies.
The Therasnore Stop Snoring Mouth Guard is a very effective treatment to help stop snoring and for sleep apnoea, it fits to the upper teeth and allow the user to breathe normally through their mouth and is the preferred snoring solution for NHS hospitals, clinics and dentists. The Therasnore offers clinically proven way to help stop loud snoring and mild to moderate sleep apnoea by stopping the jaw from falling back during sleep.
The Relax Snore Stopper is a watch style device that detects snores and then gently stimulates the wrist to encourage a change of position and a quite night and has been featured on ITV's This Morning with Dr Chris Steel. This devise is suitable for most types of snoring and is particularly useful if you find that you snore more when you are lying on your back.
So before you start changing around sleeping arrangements try a snoring product first and restore peaceful night’s sleep. All the products in our snoring range are available with Free UK Delivery from www.healthandcare.co.uk