Snoring and Sleep Apnea

[accordion] [spoiler title=”What causes snoring?”] Simple snoring is caused by the lower jaw (or mandible) relaxing and falling back. This restricts the airway and allows the tongue to rub against the soft tissue at the back of the throat. This combination of events causes the snoring noise. Holding the lower jaw (or mandible) forward relieves this condition eliminating the snoring noise. SleepPro® and Noiselezz® are the solution to this problem. They are very simple, economical, easily tolerated, small, and painless.[/spoiler] [spoiler title=”How does my weight affect snoring?”] Being overweight is one of the main causes of snoring. Simply put, being overweight causes the airway to be smaller, the tongue larger, and soft palate larger (and softer). All of these changes contribute to snoring, breathing, and sleeping problems. You can often predict a snorer by the size of the neck.[/spoiler] [spoiler title=”Is there a cure for snoring?”] Medical science tells us that there is no cure for snoring. Anyone claiming to have a cure, or anyone using the word “cure” in their advertising, is making a false and misleading statement. However, you will find very effective snoring treatment at our online store. We carry several very effective products which will restore quiet and restful sleep to you and your partner.[/spoiler] [spoiler title=”What is Sleep Apnea?”] Snoring is usually the precursor to sleep apnea and is a possible combination of snoring and the cessation of breathing. Sleep apnea is a very serious health hazard. Medical advice is highly recommended. The currently recognized treatment is CPAP, or Continuous Positive Airway Pressure device. With this device, you must have a noisy air pump in your bedroom and wear a mask. There are many studies indicating that mandibular advancement is effective in the treatment of sleep apnea.[/spoiler] [spoiler title=”What are the symptoms of Sleep Apnea?”] You may not discover the symptoms yourself, but your partner may notice that you stop breathing momentarily during sleep and often make choking sounds. You may also wake up abruptly and start gasping for air. Other signs are: limbs jerking during sleep, morning headaches, waking up tired and thirsty, irritability, memory problems, daytime fatigue, having an irresistible urge to nap.[/spoiler] [/accordion]