Does snoring keep you up at night? This device can help!
Do you wake up tired every day? Do you have trouble sleeping at night because you can't breathe well? Do you often wake up to the sound of your breathing?
If so, then you suffer from snoring, snoring is a common sleep phenomenon that most people now regard as commonplace, while others see snoring as a sign of sound sleep. In fact, snoring is the enemy of health, because snoring makes sleep breathing repeatedly suspended, causing serious hypoxia in the brain and blood, forming hypoxemia, and inducing hypertension, cerebral heart disease, arrhythmia, myocardial infarction, angina pectoris. The duration of nocturnal apnea exceeding 120 seconds is associated with sudden death in the early hours of the morning.
Millions of people are familiar with it - snoring. The number one annoyance in the bedroom at night. About one in two men and one in four women of middle age or older snores in their sleep. Previously dismissed as just an annoying disturbance of the peace, snoring is now recognized as a serious sleep and health disorder. These nightly lapses in sleep can even be life-threatening!
Now there's a revolutionary helper that immediately improves nasal breathing and can thereby prevent snoring.
Let's start from the beginning. When snoring, loud breathing noises occur in the upper airways during sleep. A full 70 decibels — as loud as a passing truck. That's the sound many people fall asleep to. The causes of snoring are based on anatomical bottlenecks such as swollen tonsils, polyps, a curved nasal septum, or an excessively long uvula. Men over 50 years old, especially, snore. As many as 60 to 80 percent in this age group are affected.
Is treatment for sleep apnea and affordable?
Plummeting sleep quality, embarrassing & annoying sounds... You often have to pay exorbitant fees for doctor visits, try expensive and inconvenient ventilators and instantly recognizable anti-snoring tools, spend more and more money, and become disillusioned and bankrupt. Add it all up... It's a big waste of money and an embarrassing scene.
Is there an affordable alternative?
The answer is yes!
Thankfully, SleepCare can help ease knee pain. SleepCare, a US-based startup, has come up with a new innovative and patented anti-snoring technology called Anti-Snore. This is a complete change in your sleep apnea routine and can help you feel healthier and more comfortable while you sleep.
What are we talking about?
It is called the Sleepcare, and it's the first small and easy-to-use device for combating bothersome snoring noises.
The SleepCare is an anti-snoring device that considerably reduces snoring as soon as you start using it!
It’s manufactured with a patented technology that’s now beating sales records around the world!
Tens of thousands of people have already used this little wonder to sleep better and more peacefully at night. And indeed - snoring can easily be combated with this method!
How does it work?
The SleepCare is equipped with a powerful bio receptor that detects sound and movement.
It’s designed to recognize the first “signs” of snoring.
Once these first symptoms are detected, the SLEEPCARE sends small electrical impulses to your wrist.
Think of putting your phone on vibrate. The micropulses will let you know that you’re snoring without waking you so you change your sleeping position, and your throat’s airways will open up again.
What does that mean? The SleepCare detects snoring before it starts and makes you change your sleep position so your snoring significantly decreases!
But what’s the connection between your sleeping position and snoring?
Snoring happens when the base of the tongue (the deepest part) and the palate touch each other. This causes a strong sound (snoring) when you breathe.
If you lay on your back, this becomes even worse on your back, and your airways are more susceptible to contract under the pressure of your neck and your chest.
The best way to avoid this is change your sleeping position and sleep on your side.
SleepCare will gently make you change your sleeping position.
A study done by University of California showed that sleeping on one’s side can reduce the snoring intensity. The subjects slept better and had better signs of health.
Who is the SleepCare for?
The SleepCare is perfect for everyone who doesn’t sleep enough because of their or their partner’s snoring. It's also for those of you who are overweight and have health problems because of your snoring, and for those of you who realize that snoring is not just embarrassing, it's seriously affecting your health
Manufacturers have already verified the safety of the SleepCare's use for people of all ages. It’s a non-invasive snoring solution.