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Why do people Snore?
According to the Sleep Health Foundation Snoring is a common condition that affects 40% of adult men and 30% of adult women in Australia, but it can be hard to reduce or stop snoring. Snoring is caused by a partially closed upper airway (the nose and throat).
The collapsed/relaxed neck muscles cause restricted airflow and the airway becomes too narrow for air to travel through to the lungs. This makes the surrounding tissues vibrate causing the familiar snoring sound.
Snoring may be problematic because it can be a symptom of an underlying medical problem that needs treatment, and because it can be terribly disruptive to the rest of the household.
Despite snoring being a widespread problem, it’s not actually normal to snore; snoring signals that something is wrong with the way we are breathing as we sleep.
Get relief with SnoreMD
SnoreMD is classified as a class 1 medical mandibular advancement device (MAD). It is designed to hold the lower jaw in an advanced position to help prevent your tongue from collapsing into your throat.
In doing this it reduces the risk of soft tissues falling close enough together to vibrate and cause the dreadful snoring sound. When your airway is kept free of obstruction, your body gets the proper oxygen it needs throughout the night to allow for a more restful night’s sleep.
When it comes to advanced features, SnoreMD has made comfort and effectiveness the number one priority. This Australian-made product has a sleek design and all medical-grade copolymers and components.
There are no bulky side adjustments, uncomfortable acrylics, screws, rubber bands, rods, or torsion, and it has a built-in cushion to be gentle on your teeth.
There is a generous size air gap separating the upper and lower portions. This also minimizes the claustrophobic feeling some get wearing certain mouthpieces.
Sleep Physicians have been safely prescribing mandibular advancement devices (MAD) such as SnoreMD to their patients for decades. MAD’s have proven to be a successful alternative to continuous positive airway pressure machines (CPAP machines) to treat the symptoms associated with mild to moderate sleep apnea and snoring.
If you suspect you have sleep apnea, you should speak to your doctor or a sleep physician to determine if a product like SnoreMD is suitable for you.
SnoreMD is proud to be partnered with leading pharmacies and sleep clinics that offer sleep services to assist you on your journey to a better night’s sleep.
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