Snoring Risks – Profiling Snorers to Solve your Snoring Issues
Snoring Risks - Profiling Snorers to Solve your Snoring Issues Although in principle anyone can become a snorer, there are a few factors that increase the snoring risks. Here you can read how high the snoring risks are and what you should avoid in order to be able to enjoy a good night's sleep again. [...]
Stop Grinding Teeth – Stop Bruxism for Better Sleep
Stop Grinding Teeth - Stop Bruxism for Better Sleep Unconscious clenching of teeth is called bruxism, teeth grinding or jaw clenching. We explain the causes, consequences and therapy of subconscious teeth grinding, to help you stop grinding teeth. Stop bruxism! Teeth grinding - What is it all about? Teeth grinding is the constant, unconscious clenching [...]
CPAP Masks - How to Find the Right One? About CPAP masks, what should I look out for to find the right one? Constant Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) ventilation has established itself as the treatment of choice for obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS). If set correctly, positive air pressure ventilation can cause a significant reduction [...]
What is the Best Sleeping Position for Snoring? Individual Tips for You! Waking up in the morning with a tense neck or back - who hasn't experienced this before? Other complaints can also develop due to wrong sleeping positions, though. One's sleeping position can, for example, influence snoring, heartburn and plantar fasciitis. So let's have [...]
Nasal Breathing - Always Better Through the Nose Does it matter if you breathe through your nose or through your mouth? It does! We explain the advantages of nasal breathing, describe how breathing is related to snoring and give tips on which snoring therapies help you breathe freely. What happens when you breathe? Breathing is [...]
Reduce Snoring Through Behavioural Therapy There are many different ways to reduce snoring. A range of professional products such as snoring mouthpieces, positional therapy vests, snoring mouth guards or nasal dilators can help. However, the first step should include targeted lifestyle changes. Sometimes this is enough to get nightly snoring under control. Among the different [...]
Arranging your Bedroom for an Optimal Sleep Environment
Arranging your Bedroom for an Optimal Sleep Environment How to create the optimal sleep environment to ensure you sleep soundly? Restful sleep allows the body to regenerate, while disturbed sleep can lead to cardiovascular diseases. Learn more about arranging your bedroom to ensure you get a good night’s sleep. Bedrooms are for sleeping As the [...]
Five recommendations against snoring There isn’t the “one” solution against snoring due to the many different reasons it may be caused from. In the following we provide five medically proven approaches with which you can remedy causes of snorings successfully. 1) Improve nose breathing Having a congested nose is favouring snoring and bad sleep. That [...]
Snoring and Sleep Apnea Exercises Snoring and obstructive sleep apnea are generally accompanied by tissue weaknesses. Untoned muscles inside the mouth and throat starts to vibrate as the air we breath rushes over them. It is easier to set untoned tissue into motion, than it is to cause well-toned tissue to vibrate. Through snoring and [...]
Become a Side Sleeper to Cure Your Snoring A very common cause for snoring is the tongue sliding into the back of the throat. Since this problem only occurs when sleeping on the back, the problem can be solved by becoming a side sleeper or sleeping on the stomach. Positional therapy can help you maintain [...]
Prevent mouth breathing Often snoring is caused by breathing through your open mouth while sleeping. But snoring is not the only result mouth breathing leads to. Compared to nasal breathing, mouth breathing is unhealthy. Most people are breathing through their mouth if there nose is congested. This happens mostly at night which then again leads [...]
Improve nasal breathing The evolution of snoring can be caused by different reasons which might be found in the anatomy of the upper respiratory tracts of nose, mouth and pharynx. This leads to different ways of therapy to battle snoring. A working nasal breathing is very important for a snoring-free sleep. Is the nose constricted [...]
Bruxism - What can you do against teeth grinding? Unconsciously pressing your teeth together is called bruxism or grinding. It is one of the so-called parafunctions of the masticatory apparatus. Unlike chewing, these functions are not physiologically useful. In most cases, bruxism occurs during REM sleep. Usually, the masticatory apparatus should be in [...]
Snoring mouthpieces - what are they? Snoring mouthpieces are also called mandibular advancement devices (MADs). They are used to prevent snoring - especially when the annoying noises occur mainly whilst lying on one's back. This is called tongue-based snoring. In the following we introduce you to the basic idea, effectiveness and side effects of this [...]
Hypopnea – Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome – Central Sleep Apnea
Hypopnea - Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome - Central Sleep Apnea Sleep related breathing disorders are complex and have a disruptive effect on one's daily life. The difference between the different types of sleep related breathing disorders; hypopnea syndrome, upper airway resistance syndrome and central sleep apnea are confusing, especially if you suffer from mixed apnea. [...]
Mild OSA, Moderate OSA, Severe OSA – OSA Apnea and CPAP Therapy
Mild OSA, Moderate OSA ,Severe OSA - OSA Apnea and CPAP Therapy Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA Apnea) OSA apnea occurs when the upper respiratory tract closes partially causing either mild OSA or moderate OSA or closes completely causing severe OSA during sleep at recurring intervals and the oxygen content in the blood drops as a [...]
Best Snoring App for Android and iPhone Can snoring apps really help with diagnosis? Do they really offer any measure of quality and benefit for snoring diagnosis? What is the best snoring app available? So many questions! We offer information and advice on this topic. For some time now there has been a series of [...]
Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome a Sleep Related Breathing Disorder
Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome a Sleep Related Breathing Disorder Snoring can be much more than just a relationship killer or an everyday problem. Here you will learn that you should consult a doctor if you suffer from apnea, i.e. lapses in breathing.Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS), upper respiratory tract resistance syndrome (UARS) and central sleep [...]
Snoring Partner? Here Are Some Guidelines on What to Do
Snoring Partner? Here Are Some Guidelines on What to Do There is a still a stigma attached to snoring. Once unmasked as a snorer, people often take the mickey out of you. Even more worrying, having a snoring partner is often considered a relationship killer. However, it is not only important for the sake of [...]
Primary Snoring and the Consequences of Snoring Snoring without interruptions in one's breathing is called primary snoring and considered harmless by many medical professionals. But even this simple snoring is not quite as trivial, because every form of snoring is, first of all, a sign of disrupted breathing behaviour and this should generally not be [...]
Snoring in children – what to do when their lullabies keep you awake
Snoring in children - what to do when their lullabies keep you awake Snoring in children is a quite common phenomenon. Studies have shown that about half of all children snore occasionally. As a result their sleep is not as restful as it should be and this can have some negative consequences. In addition, children [...]
Very Loud Snoring? Is it a sleep related breathing disorder?
Very Loud Snoring? Is it a sleep related breathing disorder? To describe snoring exactly is not so easy. The general term "snoring" is neither a medical, nor scientific term, but rather an everyday collective term for all rattling and grunting noises associated with breathing, that occur during sleep. The question "why do people snore" only [...]
Stop snoring! – What causes snoring and what can be done to stop it?
Stop Snoring! What causes snoring and what can be done to stop it? Unfortunately, it is still a widespread misconception that there is a universal solution to stop snoring. But this is not the case! It may be that some swear by nasal dilators and others are convinced by anti snoring mouthpieces (mandibular advancement devices). [...]
How to Cure Snoring Naturally? Grandma’s Remedies Revealed!
How to cure snoring naturally? Grandma's Remedies Revealed! It doesn't always take an expensive product to get snoring under control. There are also home remedies that can successfully combat snoring.How to cure snoring naturally ? Find out more about Grandma's tips & tricks and how well such products really work! Oiling the saw that saws those [...]
Snoring Remedies: Is There Really Help For Every Snorer?
Snoring Remedies: Is There Really Help For Every Snorer? Many myths and stories about "magical" snoring remedies float around. Yet the snoring solution with the greatest chances of success is very unspectacular: You have to find out what kind of snoring you're suffering from. This will make it clear which type of snoring remedies you need [...]
Hay Fever Snoring – Swollen Mucous Membranes due to Allergies
Hay Fever Snoring - Swollen Mucous Membranes due to Allergies Anyone suffering from an allergy is all too familiar with the problem of having a blocked nose. Allergens such as pollen irritate the mucous membranes and cause them to swell, typically hay fever snoring and breathing difficulties set in. At night allergies often lead to [...]
Snoring Aid? What’s Best for Your Type of Snoring?
Snoring Aid? What's Best for Your Type of Snoring? Perhaps you are not aware of this, but not all snorers are alike. Snoring has many causes. Fortunately, there are also a number of different snoring aids hat are precisely suited to your snoring requirements. We can roughly distinguish between the following different causes of snoring [...]
ResetFilter Price Customer Rating Application Snoring type Wearing comfort Application Cleaning Allows mouth breathing Lateral jaw movement with mouthpiece possible Suitable jaw sizes Can be fitted to dentition after warming up the mouthpiece (boil & bite) Mandibular advancement Ø Durability Advantages / Special features Best Quality SomnoFit-S Primary snoring Mild obstructive sleep apnea Moderate obstructive […]
Anti-Snore Pillows – Does Positional Therapy Effectively Stop Snoring?
Anti-Snore Pillows - Does Positional Therapy Effectively Stop Snoring? A major cause of snoring is that the tongue slides back into the throat during sleep (so-called tongue snoring). Because of gravity, this only occurs when you sleep on the back. An anti-snore pillow (pillows that help with snoring) or a snoring belt, are considered important [...]
International Research Scholarship on Primary Snoring
International Scholarship for Research on Primary Snoring Prize Money 2019: USD 2,800 (max.) SomniShop awards the International Scholarship for Research on Primary Snoring every year. Here you will find all the information as well as the latest announcements. The International Scholarship for Research on Primary Snoring has become firmly entrenched in sleep medicine. It will [...]
CPAP Alternatives -for Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnea
CPAP Alternatives - for Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnea CPAP therapy is still considered the "gold standard" among the nonsurgical therapies for snoring and obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS). CPAP stands for “continuous positive airway pressure” and was first used in the year 1983. During the night, positive air pressure coming out of a compressor [...]
What You Should Know Before Buying a Snoring Mouthpiece
What You Should Know Before Buying a Snoring Mouthpiece You only snore while you sleep on your back (i.e. your are a tongue snorer)? Then a snoring mouthpiece is definitively a good snoring aid for you. Choosing the right one among the many, however, isn't quite that simple. There are so many devices on the [...]
Stop mouth breathing – say no to snoring and mouth dryness
Stop mouth breathing - say no to snoring and mouth dryness A dry mouth is unhealthy and annoying. It brings with it unpleasant accompanying effects such as nocturnal mouth dryness, mouth odor or inflammation. Mouth breathing at night can cause snoring. Here you’ll find out why it is recommendable to “hold your tongue” at night [...]
Women Snoring? Do Women Snore Differently? Find out What Helps.
Women Snoring? Do Women Snore Differently? Find out What Helps. Snoring is percieved to be a man's problem. It is a fact that there are more men that snore than women. In addition, snoring is almost a taboo topic for women - after all, it's not exactly a lady-like subject. But studies and statistics show [...]
Snoring in Pregnancy? Here Are Our Five Top Tips! As if there weren't enough problems during pregnancy - with water retention, mood swings, hot flushes - there is also an increased risk of snoring in pregnancy. About a quarter of pregnant women suffer from snoring during pregnancy, from the sixth month of pregnancy, onwards. We [...]
When Buying a Nasal Dilator – What Do I Need to Know to Control Snoring?
When Buying a Nasal Dilator – What do I Need to Know to Control Snoring? There are a few synonyms for the word "nasal dilator". You can, for instance, talk about nose vents or nose clips. But no matter what you call them, they are always used to gently widen the nostrils and keep them [...]
Exercises to Stop Snoring - What Really Works? You are looking for alternatives to classic anti-snoring devices (for instance, snoring mouthpieces)? Then these highly-focused stop snoring exercises are likely just the thing for you. But you are not doing squats or lunges! Instead, you are training your mouth and throat muscles - learn more about these exercises to [...]
Nose Snoring Test - A Simple Home Test If you suffer from nasal congestion while you are awake, it most likely that you do when you are asleep too. This nightly nasal breathing problem is then often a (co-)trigger for snoring. Does this apply to you? Find out more about nose snoring with the help [...]
What is the Optimal Sleep Time for Ideal Sleep Duration?
What is the Optimal Sleep Time for Ideal Sleep Duration? What is the optimal sleep time to start the day fit and full of energy? There is a persistent belief that the ideal sleep duration is at least 8 hours at night. However, the majority of the population sleeps between 6 and 7 hours per [...]
Pathological Snoring - OSA, UARS and CSA Snoring can be much more than just a relationship killer or an everyday problem. Here you will learn that you should consult a doctor if you suffer from apnea, i.e. lapses in breathin.Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS), upper respiratory tract resistance syndrome (UARS) and central sleep apnea (CSA) [...]
How to Stop Snoring? – Five Tested and Proven Tips
How to Stop Snoring? - Five Tested and Proven Tips Unfortunately, there is no “single" way to stop snoring and therefore no universal answer to the question “ How to stop snoring ? ” Snoring may have several causes and there are quite different solutions to address them. We will show you five medically proven [...]