A perfect night rest to an adult is like candy to little kids. We love it! The silence of the night, the soothing sound of the wind outside, and with the comfiness of our bed, we stay happy.
Imagine this… Just as you are about dozing off and entering the beautiful land of dreams, it starts. Zzzzzzzzz psssssssss… You gently nudge your partner who then stops… but just for a minute or two.
You repeat the process, but there isn’t just enough time for you to fall asleep before it resumes, and you then start wishing that you slept first.
What happens next? You stay up all night, thinking of how long you need to put up with this. You may even look at him/her and feel a little bit of disgust in your stomach while heading to the living room couch to catch some sleep.
Does the above scenario resonate with you? Well, you aren’t the only one. In fact, according to a Sleep Cycle study, over 40 percent of American women would rather sleep alone than with a snoring partner. Also, we’ve probably heard of couples splitting up due to this issue, not even mentioning that it affects one’s health.
For now, do not make it a huge deal – it isn’t their fault, and it may crush their ego. All you can do is sleep alone. Don’t think this means letting your partner down. It would only be for a while, while you both work as a team to finding a permanent solution.
We are all familiar with snoring. Either it directly or indirectly affects us, or we are the culprit of the sweet-night-dream disrupter. Statistics show that snoring affects more than half the world’s population, with 25% of us being habitual snorers.
“Why does he always snore?” You’ve probably asked yourself. Well, here’s an explanation for this.
You see, when we are asleep, the muscles in our neck relaxes. Sometimes (due to different reasons, some being physically worn-out), our neck muscles get too relaxed. This causes the upper airway (nose and mouth) to become too narrow that enough air can’t travel to the lungs. This causes vibration to the surrounding tissues, resulting in the sound we call “snores.” While some snores are mild, the narrower the airway, the louder and more intense they become.
Has your partner ever complained about feeling tired, just after waking up, or that they feel like they didn’t have a good night’s rest? Snoring might be the cause. Apart from this, it also poses risks of sleep apnea or chronic sleep deprivation. The good news is that there are remedies that can help.
There isn’t a particular reason as to why people snore. The popular one, however, is weight. Excess weight around the neck and throat is a major problem.
Also, biologically, men are built with a slightly narrower air passage than women, so they are more likely to snore.
How you sleep (Sleeping position) could also play a role. Sleeping on your side, against sleeping flat, can help reduce the likelihood of snoring. Do you know anyone who snores when ill? Maybe, down with the cold? A stuffy nose could make you sound like a chainsaw.
The mouthpiece slightly opens up the jaw so that your upper airway is clear and can receive air easily. This process diminishes your overall tendency to snore and can assist you to breathe more comfortably at night. It fits easily in the mouth and can be set to any size and/or shape of mouth.
Where to buy AirSnore: Both the AirSnore mouthpiece and drops can be purchased solely on the manufacturer’s website.
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