Snoring

A universal language of evening torment!

Snoring affects as many as 25% of adults in our population, throw in those who are suffering “second hand snoring” and you have a problem seriously affecting a huge number of people every night.

The SnoreOwl™ has been proven to help the majority of people who choose to reach out for help. Many other products that you may have tried simply don’t work because they fail to open the airway behind the tongue.  The SnoreOwl™ comfortably positions the lower jaw forward, this brings the tongue out of the airway and develops muscle tone necessary to stop the snoring.

The following questionnaire helps us provide you with some simple guidance.  We will review and respond directly to you with answers and assistance:

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What is sleep apnea?

The reality is that pretty much all people who have sleep apnea snore, BUT not all people who snore have sleep apnea.

Because snoring is the first and most obvious sign that someone might have sleep apnea, anyone considering a solution to their snoring should be aware of the signs of sleep apnea.

Sleep apnea occurs when someone stops breathing at night. Sleep apnea episodes can happen a few times or many times at night. It can be for a short period or as much as 120 seconds. The bottom line is this condition may be serious and needs to be investigated.

This gasping awake or stopping breathing at night is often accompanied by loud snoring and an excessive level of sleepiness during the day.

As you seek help with your snoring, sleep apnea is something you should speak with your family doctor about.