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The Snoring Mouthpiece Review Issues Blog Post On Humidifiers And Snore RX For Snorers

The Snoring Mouthpiece Review has announced that they have published a new blog post on how humidifiers and snoring mouthpieces like SnoreRX can help snorers. The blog post is titled, “Humidifier: A Great Gift Even For A Snorer,” and explains why a humidifier can be a great gift idea for a friend or family member who snores. By introducing a moderate amount of moisture into the air, a humidifier can help the snorer relax and have a sound sleep that prevents snoring.

Steve Walker, author of the blog post, says, “A humidifier does more than just provide a spa-like ambiance to a room. It’s actually pretty useful to have a humidifier especially during the winter season.”

He adds, “It’s a practical gift because of the many uses of this particular electronic device. Aside from adding moisture in the air, the humidifier can also help relieve symptoms of different allergies, prevent dry skin, prevent babies from falling sick, and prevent snoring.”

According to the article, the moist air provided by the humidifier soothes the tissues at the back of the throat. The humidifier keeps the throat moist and this prevents irritation that is connected with snoring. Overall, humidifiers offer substantial benefits not only for the health of people but also for belongings and the atmosphere. When a humidifier is installed in the home, it not only helps strengthen the immune system, but it also decreases the incidence of nose bleeds by ensuring that the mucous membrane in the nose is moist.

Meanwhile, aside from the humidifiers, snoring can be prevented by snoring mouthpieces that have been well reviewed by The Snoring Mouthpiece Review. One example is the SnoreRX. The SnoreRX is FDA cleared and what makes it distinctive is the “MicroFit” feature. This allows the adjustment of the position of the lower jaw for maximize the person’s comfort and effectiveness.

However, the SnoreRX will have to be customized for each particular user through boil-and-bite technology. This means that it will have to be submerged in boiling water for approximately 18 seconds. The person who will use it will then clamp on it while it is still soft, resulting in a perfect mold for his or her mouth.

The “micro-adjustments” that are allowed to establish a better fit for the user are what make the SnoreRX different from the other snoring mouthpieces. It is the repositioning of the jaw that is one of the primary goals of mandibular adjustment devices (MADs) like the SnoreRX. This will make sure that the throat is free of obstruction, thus preventing snoring and sleep apnea. With its “Posi-Lock” feature, the customized setting will be locked for a particular person.

The SnoreRX is made from medical-grade copolymer and it has been observed that its lifespan is between 12 to 15 months, is which is much longer than the average lifespan of most MADs, which is 4 to 6 months. The above-mentioned blog post also mentions other anti-snoring devices that they have been reviewed aside from the SnoreRX. These include the Good Morning Snore Solutions, SleepTight, and ZQuiet. These are all recommended as possible gifts for family and friends who have a problem with snoring, and possibly sleep apnea.

Sleep apnea is a serious problem because it is characterized by the interruption of the snorer’s sleep when he momentarily stops breathing. This is because the nasal and throat tissues are relaxed during sleep and they may obstruct the airway. For instance, the base of the tongue may fall back into the airway because of gravity while the person is sleeping. This may partially or totally block air flow, which usually causes the person to choke and gasp for air. When this happen, the affected person usually awakes in order to be able to breathe again. This interrupts the person’s sleep several times during the night, resulting in serious health problems.

Those who want to get more details about the SnoreRX and other snoring mouthpieces can visit The Snoring Mouthpiece Review website, or contact them through the phone of via email.

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The Snoring Mouthpiece Review Publishes Post On Z Quiet, A Device Designed To Prevent Snoring And Its Complications

The Snoring Mouthpiece Review, which is based in Long Beach, California, has published a new blog post that discusses the causes and complications of snoring and its possible solutions. The blog post is titled, “Snoring: Causes And Complications Of It.” The article points out that it is heavy snoring that people should worry about because something more serious could be going on, such as sleep apnea.

Steve Walker, author of the article, says, “The vibrating nasal tissue is what causes the snoring sound. The more it vibrates, the louder the sound. There are various causes of snoring. In general, it is due to the tissues and muscles in the airway that tend to collapse and block the airway while a person is asleep. But what is more important to know are the potential complications of heavy snoring, such as high blood pressure, stroke, heart disease, and even falling asleep while driving.”

Vibrating nasal tissue is the main reason for the snoring sound. This is caused by the relaxed throat or nasal tissues through which the air goes through while a person is sleeping. When these tissues obstruct the airway, this reduces the amount of air going through the airway or the tissues may totally obstruct air flow so that the body is momentarily without air. Another possible cause of snoring is a genetic anatomic obstruction like large tonsils, a deviated septum, a large neck circumference, and a floppy soft palate.

Snoring begins to have complications when it interferes with the snorer’s breathing while sleeping and/or when it interrupts the bed partner’s ability to get sufficient restful sleep. When the snorer stops breathing while sleeping, this means that the oxygen level for that person decreases and he or she may awaken choking and gasping for air. This prevents the person from getting a good night’s sleep. And those momentary deficiency in oxygen may result into other more serious conditions, such as hypertension, stroke, and heart disease.

Naturally, it would be best for people who notice that they have possible symptoms of sleep apnea to consult with a doctor. And there are devices on the market that can help prevent snoring and sleep apnea. While the usual device prescribed for preventing sleep apnea requires the person to wear a bulky mask, modern snoring mouthpieces don’t require masks, one example of which is the ZQuiet. This is a mandibular adjustment device (MAD) type of snoring mouthpiece.

The ZQuiet has been in recent news and it is different from other MAD mouthpieces because while most of them require the jaws to be closed, with the lower jaw slightly in front of the upper jaw, it is possible for the person to open or close his or her mouth while wearing it. This permits the usual movement of the mouth, including opening and closing, and normal breathing, while keeping the lower jaw slightly in front of the upper jaw. This position of the jaw is what prevents the base of the tongue from falling back and blocking the airway.

However, those who are considering MADs like the ZQuiet, need to know that it is not recommended for those who have jaw problems, moderate to severe sleep apnea, or wear dentures. It may not also be recommended for those who have sensitive teeth or have an overbite. It is important to consult a doctor or dentist about this. For such conditions, it may be advisable to go for a tongue stabilizing device (TSD) like the Good Morning Snore Solution.

It has been observed that the ZQuiet is well suited to people who breathe through their mouth when they sleep. Those who have tried it have stated that it was like “a breathing hole” that opens wide when the mouth opens.

Those who want to learn more about the ZQuiet details on how it can help prevent snoring and help a person avoid its complications can check out The Snoring Mouthpiece Review website, or contact them on the phone of through email.

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New Snoring Mouthpieces Review Blog Post Offers Advice To People Suffering From Exhaustion

The Snoring Mouthpiece Review, which is based in Long Beach, California, has published a new blog post that offers advice to people suffering from exhaustion when they wake up in the morning. The article is titled, “Are You Exhausted When You Wake Up In The Morning?” It presents some remedies for people who feel exhausted even after waking up in the morning. It is pointed out that the primary reason is that the person is not getting enough sleep and that it could be even be related to a more serious condition, which is sleep apnea.

Steve Walker, a spokesperson for The Snoring Mouthpiece Review, says, “Sleep apnea actually causes you to stop breathing while sleeping. Your airway gets blocked as your muscles relax during sleep with the result that little to no air gets to your lungs. So, even if you think you’ve slept long enough, you still feel exhausted when you wake up in the morning. This sleep disorder is also the reason why you snore so loud.”

Steve continues, “The condition is indicated by loud snoring that is usually followed by choking noises. And if the brain detects that insufficient oxygen is getting into the body, the person instinctively wakes up to be able to breathe again and this may happen several times during the night. No wonder, you feel exhausted when you wake up in the morning.”

It should be noted that loud snoring does not necessarily mean that a person suffers from sleep apnea. It is loud snoring that is followed by choking or gasping sounds, or silent pauses may likely indicate sleep apnea. It often results into sleep deprivation, which is indicated in the morning as fatigue, unintentional napping, difficulty concentrating, mood swings, and irritability. Other common symptoms include insomnia, feeling tired even after having a full night’s sleep, headaches and migraines, reduced sex drive, nocturia, and loss of memory.

Meanwhile, a solution for snoring is the Good Morning Snore Solution (GMSS). This is a snoring mouthpiece that helps people manage their snoring. It is a Tongue Stabilizing Device (TSD) mouthpiece that is unique when compared to other mouthpieces, which are usually Mandibular Advancement Devices (MADs). The GMSS will work even for people with temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder or those have any type of specialized dental work, such as bridges, dentures, and others.

The GMSS is FDA-cleared and the company that produces it is accredited by the Better Business Bureau. It is comfortable to wear because it is flexible and made of soft material. It is also safe because it is free from BPA. Also, there is no problem about getting the proper size or adjusting it because it is a one size fits all mouthpiece.

There are several reasons why the GMSS is a good snoring solution for many people. First, it is more affordable that most oral appliances, which usually need to be customized by a dentist. Many of these “dentist-only” devices are within the price range of $2000 to $3000. Second, the GMSS has been clinically tested to be effective and safe. Third, the mouthpiece will adjust to the shape of the person’s mouth, in the same way that a pacifier does with a baby, and will not disturb the person’s sleep. Fourth, the GMSS works by controlling the tongue instead of the jaw, which MADs are designed to do. It is, therefore, more effective because the tongue is much more malleable compared to the jaw bone

With these mouthpieces, people who suffer from sleep apnea may not just avoid waking up exhausted in the morning. They may also be able to avoid other serious diseases that have been linked to sleep apnea, such as stroke, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, depression, diabetes, liver problems, and metabolic syndrome.

Of course, it is always a good idea to consult a doctor to really make sure about a person’s condition. People who are interested in the GMSS details and other devices to help stop snoring and sleep apnea may want to check out The Snoring Mouthpiece Review website.

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Snoring: From An Engineer’s Point Of View

Snoring is often talked about by doctors. Well, that makes sense. After all, snoring is a health issue that deserves medical attention. That puts doctors in a very good position to impart critical information about snoring. Needless to say, they’re the best people who can help cure it as well.

It’s seldom that we hear engineers talk about snoring. So, when they do, our ears are open.

Haibo Dong is an associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering.

Dong and Ph.D. students Junshi Wang and Pan Han are gaining new understanding of the fundamental science behind sleep apnea by using CT scans and MRIs to image the mouth and nose and the full airway – the “windpipe” – during snoring and apnea, and then computer-modeling the actions that cause vibrations of the uvula and obstructions. They are looking for the changes in the shape of the airway during sleep that cause perturbations in airflow. Those perturbations are the vibrations of snoring and the often-resulting breathing difficulties.

(Via: https://news.virginia.edu/content/when-snoring-goes-annoying-dangerous-engineer-studies-sleep-apnea)

Snoring can be treated. Unfortunately, some treatments fail.

“Treatments often fail because there is a knowledge gap of the fundamental science behind the reasons for this health issue,” said Haibo Dong, a University of Virginia associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering who specializes in fluid dynamics research.

(Via: https://news.virginia.edu/content/when-snoring-goes-annoying-dangerous-engineer-studies-sleep-apnea)

Understanding how snoring is produced can help bridge the gap. Research that puts together engineers and doctors can hopefully solve that.

If Dong’s team and his research colleagues, including Dr. James Daniero, a head and neck surgeon in UVA’s Department of Otolaryngology, can understand the basic mechanics of sound produced during normal breathing, then perhaps better treatments and longer-term solutions for abnormalities may be possible.

“This work is highly interdisciplinary and involves scientific problems in the fields of biology, physics, physiology and engineering,” Dong said. “By studying biological fluid dynamics, we are trying to predict and eventually control sleep apnea and snoring.”

(Via: https://news.virginia.edu/content/when-snoring-goes-annoying-dangerous-engineer-studies-sleep-apnea)

Read on to see how they’re trying to do it.

Dong has now modeled both normal breathing and the breathing conditions of sleep apnea for people from 8 months to 80 years old. He is identifying the “force reduction,” the point when normal breathing does not provide enough air volume to keep the front and back of the airway open, resulting in collapse.

“With a normal airway, we see a very smooth channel that doesn’t vibrate much, and where there is not much force difference on the airway walls during breathing,” Dong said. “But with sleep apnea, we see fluctuations in force that become bigger and bigger, causing more and more vibration. Eventually the walls come together and cause obstruction.”

This causes a lack of oxygen to the brain after a couple of minutes, triggering a wake-up call. The breathing then becomes normal for a while, until the pattern repeats itself.

“We are looking for the conditions leading up to a threshold, that point where the airway collapses,” Dong said. “Knowing that could lead to more effective treatments to stop this before it happens.”

(Via: https://news.virginia.edu/content/when-snoring-goes-annoying-dangerous-engineer-studies-sleep-apnea)

The research aims to provide pin point accuracy as to when and how normal breathing breaks down This way, we can all understand what causes one to snore.

The research also shows that sleep apnea causes more obstruction and vibration. Understanding when and how these take place can help doctors come up with treatments that work.

The research is something we all can look forward to. After all, who doesn’t want a lasting solution to snoring?

In the meantime, we can look at snoring mouthpieces. We may still be at a lost to understand the basic mechanics of snoring but that shouldn’t stop us from trying to control the annoying sounds that we make while we sleep. Fortunately, there are ways to control and to stop those annoying sounds.

Snoring mouthpieces can help clear the airway passage while you sleep. These are instant fixes to your snoring problem. However, you need to choose one that you feel comfortable in. Before choosing one, there are things to consider. To be sure, get with your doctor first.

Nonetheless, the following snoring mouthpieces are worth considering. The https://snoringmouthpiecereview.org/good-morning-snore-solution is a mouthpiece that you can immediately get a hold of. There’s no need for a doctor’s prescription. If you want an instant fix, you can try it now.

Other snoring mouthpieces worth considering are https://snoringmouthpiecereview.org/sleeptight, https://snoringmouthpiecereview.org/snorerx, and https://snoringmouthpiecereview.org/zquiet. These three options are mandibular adjustment devices (MAD). They can also help control and prevent snoring.

New Snoring Mouthpieces Review Post On Getting A Good Night’s Sleep Released

The Snoring Mouthpiece Review, which is based in Long Beach, California, has recently published a blog post that offers a simple way to get a good night’s sleep. The article is titled, “A Simple Way To A Good Night’s Sleep.” It explores the various ways of preventing snoring in order to allow a person to sleep tight at night.

“While getting a good night’s sleep is important for good health, unfortunately, it’s not easy to get a good night’s sleep,” says Steve Walker, a spokesperson for The Snoring Mouthpiece Review.

He adds, “There will be some nights when your sleep is good and there will be some nights when your sleep is bad. If you’re a snorer, you probably have more nights of bad sleep. If you’re hardly getting any good night’s sleep, you’re going to get sick. And, if your partner says you snore, accept it and decide to do something about it. Don’t even attempt to deny it because the sooner you deal with your snoring, the better it is for your health and your relationship. Keep in mind that sleep apnea is a serious health problem.”

Sleep apnea is a disorder where the breathing of the affected person stops and starts several times during sleep. It causes momentary oxygen deprivation during those times when the person stops breathing and this particular disorder has been linked to stroke, heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, and even depression. It has even been found to be the cause of 38,000 deaths every year.

There are many ways to prevent sleep apnea. One possible solution is the Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) machine. However, the CPAP machine may not be a convenient solution because the person has to wear a mask that will cover the whole face. It is not exactly a comfortable thing to wear while sleeping. That is why people are looking for some other alternative, such as an oral appliance or mouthpiece that fits the mouth comfortably while being effective in preventing snoring and sleep apnea.

One example of a good mouthpiece is the SleepTight. This is a wire-free mouthpiece that was developed by a dentist. Its advantage over the CPAP machine is that it is comfortable to wear and it is less expensive. It is made of thermoplastic and the person who will wear it will just need to put it in boiling water for three minutes. Doing that will soften up the mouthpiece and the wearer can then bite on it to provide a custom impression of the person’s teeth. This custom fit can be retained by simply submerging the mouthpiece in cold water, and the mouthpiece can now be worn every night with the assurance that it fits the wearer’ mouth perfectly.

Another disadvantage of snoring is that it disturbs the snorer’s partner. Aside from the snorer not having a good night’s sleep, it is likely that the person’s partner will not have a good night’s sleep either, unless he or she decides to sleep somewhere else. Thus, snoring may not just be damaging to the person’s health, it may also damage a relationship.

And with the availability of mandibular advancement devices (MADs) like SleepTight, there’s really no reason to endure the inconvenience of snoring. It may be understandable that people were reluctant to wear such kind of oral appliances before because the first MADs had wires and were uncomfortable to wear. All of that are now just part of the past because modern mouthpieces are now available and can easily be ordered without a prescription.

The Snoring Mouthpiece Review offers helpful content on mouthpieces that can alleviate snoring and prevent sleep apnea, offering unbiased assessments of such devices that have recently come out in the market. They often published articles that people with snoring problems can use to better understand their condition and perhaps find a way to solve it.

Those who are interested in a good site offering advice on ways to stop snoring and sleep apnea can visit The Snoring Mouthpiece Review website.

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Zany Ways To Stop Snoring

You’ll do anything to stop snoring. Who wouldn’t? If you’re losing sleep with your partner’s snoring or vice versa, the two of you would really have to do something about it. If not, both of you are going to go nuts. Unless you’re Iron Man who can function pretty well without sleep, then you’re okay. But then, Iron Man is dead. In retrospect, he probably needed his sleep as well.

Snoring is one of the common reasons why people can’t sleep. It gets in the way for both the snorer and the non snorer.

Snoring is a buzz kill, a sleep robber and maybe an indicator of serious health issues, including the obstructive sleep apnea that can lead to heart disease.

(Via: https://www.ajc.com/lifestyles/health-med-fit/odd-but-effective-ways-stop-snoring/UilcBeHzvPGy7dY1X3fJeN/)

There are a lot of Americans who snore. As a matter of fact, millions of Americans snore.

Some 90 million American adults snore, according to sleepfoundation.org, and many could find relief with general health solutions.

The Mayo Clinic recommends getting 7-8 hours of sleep a night if you snore, for example, or losing weight since overweight people can have extra throat tissues that contribute to snoring.

(Via: https://www.ajc.com/lifestyles/health-med-fit/odd-but-effective-ways-stop-snoring/UilcBeHzvPGy7dY1X3fJeN/)

It is definitely a good idea to get 7-8 hours of sleep every single day. What if the person beside you is the snorer and you can’t even get an hour of sleep?

It wouldn’t hurt to lose some weight to see if it can help stop the snoring but what if it can’t? Well, you can always try these zany ways to stop snoring.

One zany way to stop snoring is to use a tennis ball.

Lying on your back when you sleep puts greater pressure on your throat, so shifting to your side may work to quiet loud snoring, Dr. M. Safwan Badr, president of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, told Huffington Post. To improve your odds of actually staying asleep on your side, sew a tennis ball into the front pocket of an old t-shirt, then wear the shirt backwards to bed. This should make it super uncomfortable to lie on your back once you drift off. Once you’ve adjusted to the new sleep position (and stopped snoring), you can ditch the uncomfy shirt.

(Via: https://www.ajc.com/lifestyles/health-med-fit/odd-but-effective-ways-stop-snoring/UilcBeHzvPGy7dY1X3fJeN/)

That’s just one zany way to stop snoring.  You can also try sleeping with a longer pillow.

According to Reader’s Digest, a full-length body pillow can help you adjust to sleeping on your side.

(Via: https://www.ajc.com/lifestyles/health-med-fit/odd-but-effective-ways-stop-snoring/UilcBeHzvPGy7dY1X3fJeN/)

Dr. Gene Sambataro, who is a dentist, also recommends tongue aerobics.

Sounds a little odd, and you may not want an audience, but strengthening your tongue and the facial muscles you use to chew and swallow with exercises known as “myofunctional therapy” can work wonders with snoring, according to Sambataro. “Muscle weakness within the tongue, mouth, and upper throat may lead to snoring and obstructive sleep apnea,” he says.

(Via: https://www.ajc.com/lifestyles/health-med-fit/odd-but-effective-ways-stop-snoring/UilcBeHzvPGy7dY1X3fJeN/)

Another zany way to stop snoring is to change your pillows.

No, you’re not trying to re-decorate the snoring away. Instead, you’re after the allergens in your bedroom and in your pillow that may contribute to snoring. “If you feel fine during the day but obstructed at night, these things may be contributing to your snoring,” Sambataro says. “Everyone should evaluate whether your pillows are creating some nasal congestion due to a reaction to the material.”

(Via: https://www.ajc.com/lifestyles/health-med-fit/odd-but-effective-ways-stop-snoring/UilcBeHzvPGy7dY1X3fJeN/)

You can also try popping a bit of peppermint. This zany trick is recommended by Reader’s Digest (RD). It might just help.

A drop or two of peppermint oil rubbed around your nose may be able to open nasal passages, and peppermint mouthwash could shrink throat tissue that contributes to snoring, according to RD.

(Via: https://www.ajc.com/lifestyles/health-med-fit/odd-but-effective-ways-stop-snoring/UilcBeHzvPGy7dY1X3fJeN/)

Mixing mint into your humidifier is not exactly zany but it’s definitely worth a try.

If you have the option to use a humidifier at night, bump your odds of opening your nasal passages by adding a few drops of peppermint oil to the water, RD suggested.

(Via: https://www.ajc.com/lifestyles/health-med-fit/odd-but-effective-ways-stop-snoring/UilcBeHzvPGy7dY1X3fJeN/)

Using a nose cone is also one zany way to stop snoring.

Sambataro also suggests nose cones you place in each nostril to expand it. “This technique has a similar effect as strips, without the irritation of removing them in the morning,” he notes.

(Via: https://www.ajc.com/lifestyles/health-med-fit/odd-but-effective-ways-stop-snoring/UilcBeHzvPGy7dY1X3fJeN/)

Lastly, Dr. Sambataro recommends nasal sprays.

With regular use, sprays will help get rid of the bacteria and fungus that produce mucous and eventually obstruct the nasal airway, Sambataro noted.

(Via: https://www.ajc.com/lifestyles/health-med-fit/odd-but-effective-ways-stop-snoring/UilcBeHzvPGy7dY1X3fJeN/)

These zany ways could work to stop snoring. They’re worth a try but if you want a sure way to stop snoring, then why not use an oral device like https://snoringmouthpiecereview.org/zquiet? Zquiet is a mandibular advancement device that can help keep your airway passage clear of any obstruction.

Snoring Can Speed Up Aging

Snoring affects your health. It affects it in a very bad way. There’s nothing good about snoring. For starters, you’re going to have a lot of cranky days ahead if your partner is a snorer. There’s just no way you’re going to get any sleep.

Snoring may be one of the most annoying things to hear at night. It can be your father, brother, sister a friend during a night out or you yourself. But aside from the noise, there is another reason to try to avoid snoring.

(Via: https://www.medicaldaily.com/snoring-breathing-problems-during-sleep-may-make-people-age-faster-436445)

There’s more to snoring than just the noise that irritates everybody. If you or your partner snores or you know someone who is plagued with this nocturnal problem, it’s time to take action. Snoring can speed up the aging process.

A new study, published in the journal Sleep, shows that sleep-disordered breathing, such as obstructive sleep apnea, could speed up aging. Snoring is among the common warning signs of this health problem.

Sleep-disordered breathing occurs as abnormalities of respiration during sleep due to less blood oxygen saturation and brief arousals. In the U.S., nearly 30 million adults are estimated to have obstructive sleep apnea.

The study shows that sleep-disordered breathing could make a person’s body 215 days older than its proper age. Sleep disruption was also associated to 321 days of age acceleration.

(Via: https://www.medicaldaily.com/snoring-breathing-problems-during-sleep-may-make-people-age-faster-436445)

That means you’re going to be about 7 months older than your actual age. Sure, there is no easy way to slow down the aging process but moving forward 7 months your actual age is very, very fast. That’s just for sleep-disordered breathing.

Unfortunately, sleep disruption speeds up the aging process a lot faster than that. That’s very alarming because you don’t have to be snorer to suffer from sleep disruption. As a partner of a snorer, you’re bound to suffer from sleep disruption as well. No amount of anti-aging cream can help you get back the 10 months of accelerated aging that comes with sleep-disruption.

If you find that hard to believe, take a look at below what a doctor has to say about it.

“People’s biological age might not be the same as their chronological age,” Xiaoyu Li, lead author of the study and a postdoctoral research fellow at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston, said in a statement. “Our data provide biological evidence supporting adverse physiological and health effects of untreated sleep-disordered breathing.”

(Via: https://www.medicaldaily.com/snoring-breathing-problems-during-sleep-may-make-people-age-faster-436445)

Here are the highlights of the study.

For the study, the researchers analyzed the health of 622 adults. The team checked the participants’ blood DNA methylation and sleep.

Results show that women tend to experience faster biological aging linked to sleep-disordered breathing than men. But the researchers suggested further study focused on this area is needed.

“While women are often considered to be at lower risk for health outcomes related to sleep-disordered breathing, our findings suggest increased biological susceptibility,” Li said.

They also aim to conduct another research to determine if available treatments could help reduce epigenetic age acceleration.

To date, sleep-disordered breathing is commonly left undiagnosed and undertreated. But Li said understanding how sleep-disordered breathing affects age could lead to new anti-aging interventions and promote longevity.

(Via: https://www.medicaldaily.com/snoring-breathing-problems-during-sleep-may-make-people-age-faster-436445)

So, if you know someone who snores or maybe you’re the one who snores, get help now. You wouldn’t want your body to age a lot faster than your chronological age, would you?

If snoring is becoming a problem for you and you’re worried about the early aging effect of it on your body, why not try some of the anti-snoring mouthpieces?

There are four anti-snoring mouthpieces that you can look into. The first of which is the ZQuiet. This anti-snoring mouthpiece is unique because it allows your mouth to move normally. As weird as it may sound, you can wear it while you’re awake. Although you don’t really snore when you’re awake but then you can drink water and go right back to sleep without having to worry about taking it off and putting it on again.

The second anti-snoring mouthpiece is the Good Morning Snore Solution. This mouthpiece is soft and flexible. What’s unique about it is that it’s available over the counter.

If you want a mouthpiece that’s going to fit perfectly, try out SnoreRX. It’s known for their “MicroFit” feature that makes it very comfortable to wear.

The fourth anti-snoring mouthpiece you can look into is Sleeptight. This particular mouthpiece can help prevent sleep disruption for both you and your snoring partner. That can really help slow down the aging process that comes with sleep disruption.

The Snoring Mouthpiece Review Releases Post On Solutions For The Sleep Deprived Due To Snoring

The Snoring Mouthpiece Review, an organization based in Long Beach, California, has announced that they have recently published a blog post offering some solutions for those who find it difficult to sleep because they snore or their partner snores. The article is titled, “Sleep Solutions You Can Try.” One of the potential reasons why people cannot get enough sleep is that they snore or they sleep beside one who does. The article points out that approximately 40 percent of adult men and 24 percent of adult women snore regularly, which means that it is likely that people are not getting enough sleep because their significant other snores or they themselves snore.

Steve Walker, a spokesperson for The Snoring Mouthpiece Review, says, “You can always try sleeping in separate bedrooms but that’s a very temporary solution. Sleeping away from your snoring partner is just going to help you. It will not, in any way, help your snoring partner. As a matter of fact, it might even hurt your snoring partner.”

GMSS

He explains, “If your partner snores heavily, the more he or she will need you to stay close by. Heavy snoring is a manifestation of stoppage of breathing. As annoying as it may sound, you may need to wake up your snoring partner when you hear him or her struggle for air.”

One possible solution for snoring is the CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machine to help the person with breathing while sleeping. The CPAP machine will not just help get rid of snoring, but it will also help the individual feel more refreshed when waking up in the morning. However, the use of a CPAP machine will require a recommendation from a doctor and it is usually only used for severe cases of snoring.

Another possible solution is to change the person’s sleep position. When people sleep on their back, this can cause the tongue to drop back into the throat, causing a blockage. While it may take some time to get used to, sleeping on one’s side instead of on one’s back can possibly eliminate snoring. The sleeping partner can help with this because he or she can wake up the other person who is snoring so that he or she can change sleeping position.

The snoring mouthpiece, which was also mentioned in recent writings from The Snoring Mouthpiece Review, is also another possible solution to snoring so that people would be able to sleep better. This anti-snore device looks like a retainer but its function is to prevent the tongue from dropping back, thus preventing snoring. Its primary purpose is to keep the airways clear so that snoring can be avoided, so that the person can avoid sleep apnea and have a better sleep.

There are two snoring mouthpieces that The Snoring Mouthpiece Review suggests people should try. One is the SnoreRX, which has the “MicroFit” feature that will help in adjusting the position of the lower jaw for maximum comfort and effectiveness. The MicroFit allows for accurate calibration in increments of 1 mm for maximum clinical effectiveness and patient comfort.

The other snoring mouthpiece that is recommended is the GMSS. This particular anti-snoring mouthpiece is in a class of its own. It is also the only anti-snoring mouthpiece that can be bought without a prescription or a dentist’s bill. It is flexible as it is made of a soft material that is BPA-free. Essentially, it is very similar in principle and shape to a baby soother, with a bulb at one end. Furthermore, there is not need to worry about proper sizing because it is a one size fits all mouthpiece.

Another advantage of the GMSS is that it can be worn even by people who wear dentures at night. And as long as the patient does not bite down on it, it can last more than one year, and possibly even two years. This was revealed through testimonials and reviews.

People who want to learn more about the GMSS (Good Morning Snore Solution) or other anti-snoring devices can visit The Snoring Mouthpiece Review website or contact them via the telephone or through email.

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Does Your Husband Snore? Here How You Can Cope With It

Love is a wonderful thing. It can withstand anything except snoring. That’s the truth because we all need sleep, right?

So, if your husband snores, chances are, you’re not getting any sleep and your patience is diminishing.

Sleep is considered as the best medicine to get rid of mental fatigue and physical discomfort. Your health may suffer for not having quality sleep.

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Snoring can really get in the way of sleep. Unfortunately, it’s a common problem.

Snoring is a common sleeping problem. While sleeping people snore often and it happens when tissues in throat vibrate due to turbulent airflow. It creates noisy whistling sound while breathing during sleep.

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Snoring is not just detrimental to the snorer. It also affects the partner and that’s you. In a worst-case scenario, it can affect other people as well. If the snoring is very loud, the noise can permeate through the whole house. That could be catastrophic for everyone.

Nowadays, snoring, a common problem among all ages and for both male and female. If you snore occasionally then it’s not just a serious concern but it also creates a lot of nuisance for your bed partner. Frequent snoring disrupts daily functioning and arise sleep disorder. It can be difficult to cope with a snoring husband …

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When no one can sleep, snoring becomes everybody’s problem.

According to research, at least 7 – 8 hours sleep is important to a body. There are many conditions which disturb normal sleep. Disturbance in normal sleeping condition is a sleep disorder; some major sleeping disorders are Insomnia, Sleep apnea, Restless leg syndrome, etc.

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There are a lot of reasons why people snore. Don’t judge your husband too soon because you might just be a snorer as well. You just don’t know it. Fact is, everybody has the tendency to snore. Snoring is just different for each person. It could be that you snore as well but your husband snores louder.

So, why do people snore? Well, age is a big consideration to factor in. The older you get, the more you snore. Try to look back and remember if your husband was a heavy snorer before.

Another factor to consider is alcohol and caffeine intake. Too much of both can lead to snoring. If your husband has a daily habit of drinking those beverages, then it’s time to tell him to cut down on them.

The worst-case scenario as to why your husband snores is that he could, possibly, have sleep apnea.

Sleep apnea is also a major sleep disorder issue…

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Now, don’t go concluding that your husband has sleep apnea. You’re not a doctor. You’re a probably a sleep-deprived wife. So, don’t go making any conclusions right now. As a matter of fact, there’s no need to panic. Sleep apnea can be cured. It’s best to see your doctor about it.

So how can you cope with your snoring husband? Lucky for you, there are a lot of ways to do it. Here are just a few ways for you to resort to.

(i) If your husband is snoring then it is advisable to go to bed earlier, it will reduce your discomfort from his snores.
(ii) Recording his snoring will make him realize about your anxiety and sleeping discomforts. He will be more cooperative and help you tackle the problem.
(iii) To sort out snoring problem anti-snore pillows can be savior. These pillows are helpful in supporting head and neck position and open up the airways.
(iv) You can also go with a white noise machine to drown out the harsh sound of the snore. It can surround you with peaceful and sleeping atmosphere.

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An early bedtime schedule can help lessen the snoring. Although it might not be easy to stick to, you can try. It really wouldn’t hurt to do so.

If your husband is in denial that he snores, you can use your smartphone to record his snoring. You can make him hear it so that he can realize the gravity of his snoring. This is a better way of approaching the issue instead of fighting with him the next morning.

Yes, anti-snore pillows can help but you can also try the https://snoringmouthpiecereview.org/good-morning-snore-solution. According to reviews, it is the best in the show. It works and it’s the only mouthpiece that you can buy without a prescription.

If you want an immediate way to silence your husband snoring, the Good Morning Snore Solution is perfect for you. It works and you can get it right away to have a good night’s sleep tonight. That definitely is an easy way to cope with a snoring husband.

Keeping Bedtime As Quiet As Possible

Relax. Close your eyes. Leave your worries behind and slumber into the quiet world of sleep one breath at a time. It feels so good until you’re awaken by your snoring partner. Suddenly, you’re back, wide awake, staring at your partner who is snoring like a mooing cow. You think to yourself, it’s unfair!

Snoring is many things, from that stealer of sleep to relationship saboteur. The pathology of what makes us snore is thankfully much simpler. When you fall asleep, all of the muscles and soft tissues in your neck, throat and airway relax. As you then inhale (our breathing rate is around 15 to 20 breaths a minute) the air is forced over these relaxed and floppy structures, causing them to vibrate. It is these vibrations that we hear as a snore.

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It’s normal to snore but it wouldn’t hurt to monitor the frequency of it.

Frequency of snoring is essentially intermittent or chronic. Intermittent snoring is often caused by something out of the ordinary for you, such as excessive alcohol, which relaxes your neck muscles even more and pushes you into a deeper sleep – it is a sedative, remember. Chronic snoring is more likely defined by fixed issues (although not, as you will see, entirely irremediable) such as only being able to sleep on your back or having a structural issue with your airway (like being punched in the face too many times).

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Snoring varies. Some aren’t so bad, while some can really be deafening. The severity of snoring can be graded from one to three, three being severe.

Grade-one (mild) snoring: This is infrequent snoring that has no health impact on you and may only lead to minor relationship issues.

Grade-two (moderate) snoring: This is snoring three or more days a week that may contribute to some daytime fatigue and more fatal relationship issues.

Grade-three (severe) snoring: This is heavy and loud snoring on a regular basis that can have physical, mental and social health problems – including obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) – and being dumped.

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Snoring can be very loud, depending on the grade.

A simple grade-one snoring is around 100 to 300Hz, which, compared to up to 1,000Hz for grade three (OSA territory), is a playful whisper.

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Not everybody who snores has sleep apnea. Nonetheless, snoring could be a sign of sleep apnea. That’s the reason why there’s a need to see a doctor if the snoring is frequent and severe. Sleep apnea is a serious health condition that needs immediate medical attention.

Snoring may be seen as one symptom of OSA. Essentially in OSA, the main motorway of air from your mouth to your lungs – your throat – temporarily “flops shut” as its muscles excessively relax during sleep. This stops your normal breathing in two ways. The first is apnoea, a total blockage of your airway for ten seconds or more. The second is hypopnea, a partial (50 per cent or more) blockage of your airway for ten seconds or more. Critically, this can have significant impact on your cardiovascular health with a 30 per cent higher risk of heart attack, stroke or death compared to non-OSA.

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Now that you know more about snoring, here are a couple ways to help you keep bedtime as quiet as possible. Keep in mind that these recommendations can work for both you and your partner. Who knows, you might be a snorer as well.

1. Try orthopaedic pillows
Designed not only to support your head and neck, they also keep your jaw open and forward.
2. Ear plugs
For your partner, not you. That really would be the final nail in the relationship coffin.
3. Nasal decongestant spray
Effective for when you have a head cold and need short-term relief from congestion.
4. Snoring devices
From mandibular advancement devices (bringing your tongue forward to not block your throat) and chin straps (stopping your mouth falling open) to vestibular shields (forcing you to breathe through your nose) and nasal strips (opening narrow nasal passages), all can help reduce symptoms. Just make sure you show any partners before rolling over “fully donned”.
5. Surgery
While rare, it’s an option for extreme cases where anatomical airway issues need correction.
6. Do up the spare room
Life isn’t always pretty.

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A good example of a snoring device is the https://snoringmouthpiecereview.org/zquiet. This is a mandibular advancement device that’s easy to wear. It’s guaranteed to keep your bedtime as quiet as possible.