Why do I Snore?
Snoring is defined as a coarse sound made by vibrations of the soft palate and other tissue in the mouth nose and throat.
Snoring is caused by turbulence inside the airway whilst inhaling caused by a partial blockage that may be located anywhere from the tip of the nose to the vocal chords.
This usually occurs through reduced throat muscle tone whilst sleeping, caused by flaccidity of delicate throat tissue which obstructs the airway resulting in vibrations as the air passes through.
- Waking up tired every morning
- Using mandibular snoring devices
- Considering throat surgery
- Spending £'s on Throat Sprays and Nasal Strips
- Fed up with the Misery of Snoring
- Embarrassed by snoring when travelling
If this is you - help is at hand: The Snor-rinG®
Did you know?
Snorers average snoring volume is 68db
NHS tests with accupressure rings reported significant snoring volume reduction by participants.
Over 15 million adults snore in the UK; 100 million in the EU and 50 million in the USA.
And that over 41% of the UK population are affected by snoring
Two thirds of snorers are males and 77% of snoring products purchases are by females.
NO LONG TERM OTC (over the counter) repeat products (sprays, strips and drugs) tackle both throat muscle flaccidity and nasal congestion – Snor-rinG® does.
British Sleep Apnoea Association
EEC Data on File
Snor-rinG® is totally safe, drug free, and can be used daily with no adverse effects.
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