If you’re one of the millions of people who suffer from snoring, you already know the problem. People with snoring have a narrowing of the airway that causes soft tissue vibration. This resistance to airflow results in snoring, negatively impacting both the snorer and anyone else around.
While the noise can be embarrassing and disruptive to others, snoring is also linked with many adverse health effects including obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, obesity, diabetes, depression, cancer, and dementia to name a few.
Past attempts to improve snoring and sleep include mouth guards, tongue depressors, chin straps, and even C-PAP machines. These options, as you may be aware, can be expensive, cause discomfort, or are simply ineffective.