Snoring impacts millions of Americans both young and old at one time or another.
In fact, according to the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery (2018), 45% of adults snore intermittently compared to 25% that are classified as habitual snorers. Keep in mind this figure doesn’t even factor in the millions of other people who are affected by the disruptive noises elicited by their partners.
Treatment options for snoring vary depending on the severity and the impact it has on your quality of life. Oral appliances, continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machines, and surgery are some of the most common treatment options, but these tend to be very cumbersome and invasive. Maybe the time has come to consider Snorelax as the ideal solution for resolving your chronic snoring problem.
The most common causes of snoring include:
Snoring can occur as a stand-alone symptom, or it may be a sign of a more significant underlying problem, such as Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA).
Chronic snoring that consistently disrupts sleep may lead to sleep deprivation. It’s also considered to be a common cause of daytime drowsiness. Some potentially serious health consequences have also been attributed to prolonged snoring including atherosclerosis of the carotid arteries due to the proximity of the respiratory structures to the carotid arteries and an increased risk for ischemic stroke. Snoring suffers should consult a healthcare provider if they are consistently waking up feeling tired or think their sleep quality has diminished in any way.
What is Snorelax?
Snorelax is a state-of-the-art anti-snoring sleeping appliance pioneered by two doctors from Texas with over 60 years of combined medical experience. It’s marketed as “the ultimate snoring solution” and offers unmatched comfort while being budget friendly. It is supplied as a daily set of non-invasive specially designed support strips that keep the jaw aligned during sleep to prevent the collapse of the upper airway that causes snoring.
Snorelax offers a three-layer design to provide enhanced structural support, prevent curling, and maintain stretch. The “patent-pending technology” is made with skin sensitivity issues in mind considering it’s hypoallergenic, latex free, and breathable due to its classic mesh weave design. It comes in two colors (black and beige) and is currently available for pre-order through an active Kickstarter campaign, which gives backers the opportunity to take advantage of special offers that are offered at various reward levels to ensure the product is affordable for everyone.
How Does Snorelax Work to Stop Snoring?
Snorelax eliminates snoring by supporting the lower jaw, ultimately preventing it from relaxing into a position that obstructs your upper airway. An MRI of the upper airway taken with and without the use of the Snorelax device offers some diagnostic evidence that the airway opening is noticeably larger with the device than without. The two peel and stick 100% cotton self-adhesive strips can easily be attached to your cheek and lower jaw on both sides of your face.
The device is flexible enough to allow you to continue to use your mouth after application but sturdy enough to provide support when your jaw muscles relax while sleeping. Another bonus is the fact you can assume any sleeping position without worrying about whether they will come off or move around during the night.
Snorelax claims to offer a number of potential health and quality of life benefits to include:
Snorelax may also help prevent the onset of more serious health conditions that can be associated with snoring, such as dementia, myocardial infarction (heart attack), or stroke.
Snoring can impact your life on many levels. It can be detrimental to your sleep quality and that of your significant others. This can put unnecessary strain on your health and your relationship especially if it’s forcing you to sleep apart. Take charge of your health and start solidifying your relationship with your partner today by making the bedroom a snore-free zone once again with Snorelax.
Chief editor here at Snore Nation and a proud father of two cool boys. I am a reformed snorer, a reformed smoker, a reformed overeater, a reformed city dweller and a reformed workaholic stress monster on the mission to share my insider tips to restore that quality sleep for you and your partner!