Trouble with snoring

Snoring not only affects the health of the snore person, it also disrupts the well being all family members trying in vain to sleep. If snoring is left untreated, it can lead to restless nights, concentration problems, fatigue and headaches – for everyone who loses sleep as a result of it. Snoring is widespread and tends to worsen with age. It is estimated that almost fifty percent men and more than thirty five percent women snore regularly.

Snoring is caused by the physical obstruction of the flow of air from the nose or mouth to the lungs. The more the airway closes or is blocked, the harder the body has to work to push air, which puts pressure on the heart. That is why loud snoring can lead to high blood pressure and cardiovascular issues. Other things that may contribute to snoring include: overweight, smoking, alcohol, certain medications, sleeping on your back, severe fatigue and deviated nasal septum.
Loosing sleep due to noisy friction partner, or loosing sleep because the partner feels compelled to wake you and tell you to calm down. It is never a good situation, and sometimes can lead to problems in relationships. It is needless to because mouth devices such as SomnoFit® can help open the throat and facilitate the passage of air to the lungs. SomnoFit® works by positioning the lower jaw forward and allowing the back of the throat to open naturally.

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For many couples SomnoFit® has improved sleep, lessened daytime fatigue and eliminated the need for earplugs.
Most people who have sleep apnea do not know they have it because they are not awake. A family member or bed partner is usually the first person to notice the signs of sleep apnea. If your partner comments on your loud snoring, you should pay a visit to a doctor to discuss it.

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