Snore Stopper Sleep Apnea Gone Anti Snoring Chin Strap Sleeping Aid
" I have used this strap for 4 nights and have not snored at all!"
"When I sleep I snore through my mouth so this stopped my snoring!"
"Perfect my husband stopped his snoring this is priceless!"
You may be among the 45% of normal adults who snore at least occasionally or you likely know someone who does. He (or she) may be the brunt of jokes at family gatherings ("Uncle Joe snores so loudly he rattles the windows!"), but snoring is serious business.
For one, a snoring spouse often keeps the other person from a good night's sleep, which can eventually lead to separate bedrooms. "Snoring can create real problems in a marriage," says Daniel P. Slaughter, MD, an otolaryngologist and snoring expert at Capital Otolaryngology in Austin, Texas.
Not only is snoring a nuisance, but 75% of people who snore have obstructive sleep apnea (when breathing is disrupted during sleep for short periods), which increases the risk of developing heart disease, Slaughter says.
Use caution before you self-treat with over-the-counter sprays and pills until you've checked with your doctor, says Sudhansu Chokroverty, MD, FRCP, FACP, program director for Clinical Neurophysiology and Sleep Medicine at JFK Medical Center in Edison, N.J. "Many stop-snoring aids are marketed without scientific studies to support their claims," says Chokroverty, who is also a neuroscience professor at Seton Hall University's School of Health and Medical Sciences.
Instead, try these natural solutions and lifestyle changes, which may probably help you stop snoring, we think this Slumber Guard strap/ The Neoprene STOP SNORING STRAP works for people that snore with their mouth open. It provides help with Snoring, Sleep Apnea, Teeth Grinding, Bruxism & TMJ Pain by properly positioning your jaw. In addition, Beauty can wear it to shape their cheek to have more charming face as their wish.
What is Sleep Apnea?
Sleep apnea is a serious sleep disorder that occurs when a person's breathing is interrupted during sleep. People with untreated sleep apnea stop breathing repeatedly during their sleep, sometimes hundreds of times. This means the brain -- and the rest of the body -- may not get enough oxygen.
Sleep apnea often is characterized by loud snoring followed by periods of silence when breathing stops or nearly stops. Eventually, this reduction or pause in breathing may signal you to wake up, and you may awaken with a loud snort or gasping sound. You may sleep lightly due to disrupted sleep. This pattern of breathing pauses may be repeated many times during the night.
People with sleep apnea usually experience periods when breathing slows or stops at least five times during every hour of sleep.
Effects of Sleep Apnea if left Untreated:
High Blood Pressure
Heart Failure, Irregular Heartbeats, Heart Attack
Worsening of ADHD
What is Bruxism?
Bruxism (teeth grinding) is the involuntary grinding or clenching of the teeth. This is a subconscious behavior done mainly while one sleeps. Bruxism can generate tremendous force on the teeth causing broken teeth, loose fillings and loss of tooth enamel. Bruxing can also cause teeth to become more sensitive to hot and cold foods and liquids.
How do I know I grind?
Most of us do not know we are grinding our teeth. Many times it is your dentist or hygenist that will first see the wear on your teeth and inform you about your grinding. Many times it is your sleep partner that tells you after being kept awake by your grinding. Some other signs are sore fascial muscles, morning headaches and neck and ear pain.
2) To Clean: Hand Wash with detergent and warm water in a few minutes before the initial using, do not washing more than 5 minutes. Please do not washing this product with the washing machine in order not to destroy our product.
3) Does our Anti Snoring Solution Belts Fit You?
The following body weights are given as a guideline to help choose the proper size of our Anti Snoring Belts for you:
MEDIUM: 120 - 240 lbs, MEDIUM - 25" to 27.5", (63.50cm to 70cm)
LARGE > 240 lbs, LARGE - 27" to 30", (66cm to 76cm)
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However, since body weight is not necessarily correlated with head size, a more accurate guideline is to have someone measure the circumference of your head with a flexible measuring tape from the Jaw to the crown of your head (the furthest point from the Jaw, please see the below image) and back again. If you don't have a flexible tape, use a inelastic string to get the measurement, then measure the string.