If snoring and sleepless nights are getting you down, we are here to help. Whether you are a snorer or you share a bed with somebody who snores on a regular basis, there are ways to restore the peace and ensure you get the rest you need.
What causes snoring?
The noise you hear when somebody snores is caused by the vibration of the soft tissue at the back of the mouth. Most people snore from time to time, but if you snore on a regular basis, this may be a sign that you are struggling to get enough oxygen while you sleep.
The most common risk factors for snoring include being overweight, sleeping on your back and allergies. Structural problems, which affect the nasal passages, colds and coughs can also increase the risk of snoring.
In many cases, changing your sleeping position, treating allergies and losing weight can help to reduce snoring. However, if snoring continues, there may be other options available.
How we can help
We provide Somnowell anti-snoring treatments to help patients enjoy restful nights of sleep. Somnowell has produced a range of treatments for snoring, TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorders and sleep apnoea and we have found these treatments to be highly effective.
We recommend the Somnowell anti-snoring device to combat snoring. This device adjusts the position of the lower jaw in order to increase air flow and ensure that you get enough oxygen during sleep. The device shifts the lower jaw forward slightly and facilitates improved breathing during the night. The device is built to last and it is designed for comfort.