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Clinical Studies and Medical Research Reveal the Dangers of Snoring

According to a study by Marta Novak, MD, PhD, on 12,643 Hungarian individuals, snoring with breathing pauses is one of the reasons of increased risk of cardiovascular diseases and increased health care utilization. Loud snorers are likely to have a greater chance of having problems like hypertension, heart attack and stroke compared to those who sleep peacefully. All this translates into the fact that loud snoring is associated with increased use of health care facilities like frequent visiting to hospitals or emergency rooms. You can see the link here – Snoring Linked To Cardiovascular Disease, Increased Health Care Utilization.


Dallas, TX -- (ReleaseWire) -- 06/30/2014 -- What causes snoring?

Normally, when an individual breathes in, the air flows freely to the lungs and then out. However, if this free movement of air is hindered by any obstacle, it vibrates and causes snoring. Snoring results from obstacles of two types and both these occur only when an individual is sleeping and is in a completely relaxed state. The tongue and the jawline fall back during sleep towards the throat. This in turn doesn’t allow the normal quantity of air to travel in and out of the lungs. But the anatomy of the lungs is such that they continue to inhale and exhale the same amount of air. Even with the presence of obstacles the air now has to travel faster in order to fill the lungs with the requisite amount of oxygen. The air that is traveling fast now keeps hitting the jaw line or the tongue (that act as obstacles) and starts vibrating. This is how snoring is caused.

How to prevent snoring

Light snoring may not affect quality of life, but loud snoring or OSA (obstructive sleep apnea) results in being drowsy or sleepy during the daytime. People often feel very tired; they can’t keep mentally alert and feel tired even after sleeping.

There are several mandibular devices on the market, which the manufacturers claim are very good. Some are even recommended by doctors and the patient has to go to the doctor to get these adjusted. Imagine the cost incurred on first buying these devices and then getting them adjusted by the doctor! This procedure would not cost less than $400.

Sleep Solutions 101 has recently launched an affordable device, the Breathe Easy Snoring Mouthpiece, which not only helps eliminate snoring, but can be bought without a prescription. This has to be inserted just before sleeping and it helps in positioning the tongue and jawline so that they do not obstruct the free movement of air in and out of the lungs. It eliminates the obstacles that cause vibration of the air, thereby stopping snoring.

The Breathe Easy Anti Snoring Mouthpiece is easy and comfortable to use and does not have any side effects. It comes with a 30 day money back guarantee and free shipping. At $129 it is definitely cheaper and is great value for money compared to many other over-the-counter anti-snoring devices.

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