Breakthrough Study Reveals Potential Cure for Snoring

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There’s a potential cure and it’s being kept quiet…

Every night, in homes across the country, bedrooms reverberate with the trumpeting, whistling, whining and grunting of the nation’s snorers.

It’s a deafening cacophony that blights an estimated 60 percent of the population — and their long-suffering partners — and fuels a lucrative and ever-growing trade in snore-busting gadgets and remedies.

But as anyone who’s tried the throat sprays, nasal dilators, jaw slings, magic pillows or mouth splints that claim to ease snoring will know, snoring is infuriatingly difficult to fix.

It is just one more insulting consequence of the aging process, and therefore extremely common. But despite that, few people appreciate quite how debilitating it can be to your health and your relationships.

The snorer might sound as if they are blissfully sleeping, but their body will be struggling to get air in and out through slack and floppy airways and this extra effort will ultimately compromise the quality of the deeply restorative phases of sleep.

This is the time when the vitally important mental and physical repair process is supposed to happen, and the heart should be able to slow and rest.

Although snoring is more likely to occur if you are overweight, it can also trap you in a vicious cycle whereby the snoring itself triggers weight gain. Studies show poor sleep typically stimulates the appetite for sweet and fatty foods as your body fights to cope with fatigue.

As long-term snoring causes protracted sleep deprivation, which in turn means your snoring worsens, the weight piles on. This then increases your risk of obesity-related disorders such as diabetes, heart disease, even some cancers.

Snoring is a potent trigger for bitterness, ridicule, and resentment in relationships and studies show that for around 6 percent of couples, bad snoring can be enough to trigger marriage breakdown.

Inveterate snorers, and therefore their bed partners, rarely get close to achieving even the lower recommended target of six hours of restful sleep each night. Studies show the partner of a snorer loses 90 minutes of sleep most nights and so gradually builds a sleep debt that can never be replenished.

Studies show men and women who are deprived of sleep report lower libidos and less interest in sex due to depleted energy, sleepiness and increased tension. Men are often alarmed to learn that snoring can have a direct effect on their ability to maintain an erection, too.

Over time, the elevated blood pressure caused by regular snoring will damage the blood vessels, making them thicker and restricting blood flow — a problem which very often affects the tiny capillaries of the sex organs first.

If your snoring is a source of stress between you, this can make ‘performance anxiety’ worse, and concern about ‘underperformance’ can be the kiss of death for a sexual relationship.

And here come the vultures..

When so many people are looking for a “magic pill” rest assured companies will try to capitalize. Anti-snoring devices range from nasal strips, mouthpieces, neck braces, positional devices, chin straps, nasal dilators, throat sprays and more.

The problem is that none of these so-called solutions tackle the root of what’s causing the snoring. Worst of all, the companies producing these products don’t really want you to stop snoring… Why? Because when you stop snoring, they stop making money.

Let’s have a look at what they Mayo Clinic says about some of the so-called “snoring solutions” that the industry is selling:


  1. May take weeks to adjust to
  2. May cause temporary jaw pain
  3. Intrusive

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Positional Devices:

  1. Can detach at night if not attached well or worn too low on the torso
  2. Can be a long adjustment period (2 weeks+) if user normally sleeps on their back intrusive

Anti snore pillows:

  1. Are typically designed for single-position sleepers
  2. It can be difficult to get used to the firmness
  3. The structure causes neck pain in some
  4. Foam flattens over time, so they need to be replaced frequently
  5. Some are too lightweight, causing it to slip from under the head during the night

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Chin Straps:

  1. Doesn’t it around all head sizes
  2. Straps can cut into the ears
  3. Many reports that it puts an uncomfortable amount of pressure on head
  4. Need very clear sinuses, since jaw is closed shut
  5. Depending on the brand, some fabrics used can cause constant itchiness Intrusive

Nasal Dilators:

  1. Won’t be effective for majority of snorers
  2. They can pop out of your nose in the night
  3. Many users report pain & discomfort in the nostrils intrusive

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Nasal Strips:

  1. Shown ineffective in 40-patient study
  2. Adhesive can be hard to clean off & can irritate the skin
  3. Can leave red blemishes behind
  4. Some contain latex, which can affect those with allergies & produce a nasty odor
  5. Single usage only

Most people who try the above solutions have quickly realized that those are not viable solutions for them. Not only are their benefits highly questionable, but they are extremely intrusive and unpleasant to use. Who wants to go to bed wearing a mouthpiece or chin strap?

With the sheer desperation, many people experience when it comes to snoring It’s not surprising that so many snorers search for “magic pill” solutions on the chemist’s shelves. But new research shows they may well be wasting their time — and money.

Here’s what the multi-billion dollar anti-snoring industry doesn’t want you to know… There’s a remedy that’s simple, unintrusive and stops snoring for good!

In the vast majority of cases the problem can be cured — or massively reduced without any external device.

Snoring is caused by vibration of soft tissue and muscles that constitute the upper airways. In non-snorers, the tissues and muscles are firm and hence do not vibrate when breathing. Whereas in snorers the soft tissues and muscles are floppy, this causes them to vibrate when breathing resulting in the snoring sound.

Studies have shown that if you exercise those slackened throat, tongue, jaw and mouth muscles, just as you would your quads or biceps in the gym, you can build back their strength and tone, and return the structures to their former youthful condition.

Stopping to snore is within your grasp — and it’s as simple as committing to a few minutes of throat exercises every day.

For some years specialists in the U.S. have been studying the effectiveness of exercises in tightening and toning the throat muscles, and research shows near-miraculous results.

Daily targeted exercises can reduce snoring volume by 60 percent and frequency by 39 percent. That’s a far, far better result than you’d get from anything you might be able to pick up at the chemist.

Many people will notice improvements even after the first night, but you’ll need to stick with it. It might take three months of daily practice to achieve top tone (and minimal snoring), but once there, dipping into the exercises every so often is usually enough to stop the throat from falling back into its former slack state.

Researchers have revealed a unique set of exercises they say can dramatically reduce snoring in patients. They involve moving your tongue, jaw and exercising your mouth.Experts say it can dramatically cut the amount, and power, of snoring.

“We tested the effectiveness of oropharyngeal exercises to reduce snoring,” said Brazilian Geraldo Lorenzi-Filho, MD, Ph.D., study author, “the exercises significantly reduced snoring in our study group.”

US doctors have backed the research

“This study demonstrates a promising, noninvasive treatment for large populations suffering from snoring, the snorers and their bed partners, that are largely omitted from research and treatment,” said Barbara Phillips, Medical Director of the Sleep Laboratory at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine. “Frankly, this will change the advice that I give to my patients who snore. And that’s a lot of people.”

As you now know and probably already knew, the various so-called solutions that are currently out there for snoring simply do not work and are extremely intrusive and unpleasant. They do not get to the root cause of snoring and attempt to cover it up with cumbersome contraptions.

In order to cure your snoring for good, you must address the root cause which is done by exercising your throat, tongue, jaw and mouth.

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  • Paula Parsky July 22, 2019, 2:40 pm

    I purchased the SnoreRx out of desperation. The company assumes that you have a microwave to begin to custom fit their device, but after inquiring, indicated that I could use boiled water from the stove. After attempting to insert and wear it for a while, I realized it was too big for my mouth. Moreover, I was drooling, and when I attempted to remove it, I would gag. I am returning it.

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