Don’t Be A SnoreHead!

snoreheadI don’t know about you, but when I wake up I generally let out a huge yawn, stretch until I can feel (or hear) my joints crack and generally laze about until my brain kicks in. Sometimes I’ll laze in bed and read a book or check out something on my phone before I actually get out of bed and I like doing so without any obstructions.

This is generally my morning routine provided I’ve had a good sleep. There are a lot of things that can impact whether or not you have a good sleep. Temperature, position, health, comfort are some of the major reasons why people can have a great sleep or a terrible sleep. If you’re unable to shut off your brain at night and you find yourself running through all the issues and problems you’ve had during the day that can really put a damper on your slumber. There’s also a huge issue that many people face that can make or break their sleep: snoring.

Now, you might snore or your partner might snore but the fact of the matter is that someone in your house is snoring and keeping people awake. I’ve heard tales of those who have snored so loudly the walls shook or that the snoring was so unbearable the spouses slept separately. While these might seem kind of funny the reality is that it’s going to put a strain on the relationship of those in the house.

If you are a snorer or know someone who is, chances are you have been looking into ways to help stop the snoring. You might even have read about the ZQuiet mouthpiece. Some people snore only when they’re sick because their noses are blocked and there are other ways to circumvent that issue. I want to talk about the people who snore constantly and they have no idea why.

Many people snore because when they are sleeping the muscles in their mouths and neck relax and the tongue falls to the back of the mouth therefore blocking off the airway. Some people snore because they drink or smoke before bed or because they may be struggling with weight issues. These concerns can all be addressed by focusing on the airway. The people who suffer with these concerns have airways that are not completely clear when they are sleeping which causes the sound we all know.

There are a lot of items on the market but there are some you should really stay away from. One of the more popular anti-snoring devices that a lot of people are using these days is anti-snoring mouthpieces. Some great reviews are here. They work by sitting your mouth and either pushing your jaw forward or holding your tongue in place so that it doesn’t fall back like mentioned above. Not all mouthpieces are created equally so you should really be careful when you are choosing one.

Not everything that’s cheap is junk and not everything expensive is perfect, right? That may be true but sometimes something cheap is really just that: cheap and ineffective. One of the mouthpieces that have caught the ire of those who have tried it is the SnoreHead®. If you go to their website it’s pretty shoddy looking and they try to pass it off as being able to give more savings to their clients. Okay, sure, sounds good right? Well if you order the SnoreHead® mouthpiece you’ll notice a few things about it as soon as you get it out of the box. For one, it looks like a normal athletic mouth guard. Those things are designed to protect your teeth, that’s it really. They aren’t going to help you stop snoring. The material is cheap and there have been complaints of breakdown. Remember, if you have this thing in your mouth all the time the wear and tear of teeth grinding and slobber is going to affect the material. In this case, cheap is really not good so please, run screaming from the SnoreHead®.


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