Sleep is an essential part of our everyday lives. You have no doubt seen the people who do not get a good night’s rest. They are the ones with the dark circles under their eyes or they are wandering around almost zombie-like. They are the ones who don’t eat very well and are maybe a bit snippier than you’d like to deal with on a daily basis. There are a variety of reasons why people can suffer from terrible sleep; if they have children they might be getting interrupted during the night, if they have an old mattress it might need replacing, if they have a lot of stress it can cause them to wake during the night or not be able to get comfortable, and they might snore or sleep with someone who does.
Living with snoring, whether you’re the one who does the snoring or not, is a difficult challenge. People don’t snore because they want to and there are several lifestyle issues that surround why they may snore. Maybe they are stressed out, they drink or smoke heavily before they go to bed, they are overweight, or maybe they need to take sedatives just to get any kind of sleep. People who snore can have their sleep interrupted by their partner jabbing them ever-so-sharply in the ribs or even the snoring sound they make. People who live with snorers generally have a difficult time falling to sleep if the snorer goes first and earplugs can only do so much.
There is hope out there, however. There are a multitude of products on the market that are designed to combat the snoring issue. There are nasal strips, chin straps, wrist-devices, and anti-snoring mouthpieces. Many people choose to use the mouthpiece option as it helps deal with the snoring at the source.
Stop snoring mouthpieces like the ones at this site work by either forcing your lower jaw out and allowing additional air into the airways or by holding the tongue in place Read the rest of this entry »