The Snoring Mouthpiece Review has announced that they have published a new blog post on how humidifiers and snoring mouthpieces like SnoreRX can help snorers. The blog post is titled, “Humidifier: A Great Gift Even For A Snorer,” and explains why a humidifier can be a great gift idea for a friend or family member who snores. By introducing a moderate amount of moisture into the air, a humidifier can help the snorer relax and have a sound sleep that prevents snoring.
Steve Walker, author of the blog post, says, “A humidifier does more than just provide a spa-like ambiance to a room. It’s actually pretty useful to have a humidifier especially during the winter season.”
He adds, “It’s a practical gift because of the many uses of this particular electronic device. Aside from adding moisture in the air, the humidifier can also help relieve symptoms of different allergies, prevent dry skin, prevent babies from falling sick, and prevent snoring.”
According to the article, the moist air provided by the humidifier soothes the tissues at the back of the throat. The humidifier keeps the throat moist and this prevents irritation that is connected with snoring. Overall, humidifiers offer substantial benefits not only for the health of people but also for belongings and the atmosphere. When a humidifier is installed in the home, it not only helps strengthen the immune system, but it also decreases the incidence of nose bleeds by ensuring that the mucous membrane in the nose is moist.
Meanwhile, aside from the humidifiers, snoring can be prevented by snoring mouthpieces that have been well reviewed by The Snoring Mouthpiece Review. One example is the SnoreRX. The SnoreRX is FDA cleared and what makes it distinctive is the “MicroFit” feature. This allows the adjustment of the position of the lower jaw for maximize the person’s comfort and effectiveness.
However, the SnoreRX will have to be customized for each particular user through boil-and-bite technology. This means that it will have to be submerged in boiling water for approximately 18 seconds. The person who will use it will then clamp on it while it is still soft, resulting in a perfect mold for his or her mouth.
The “micro-adjustments” that are allowed to establish a better fit for the user are what make the SnoreRX different from the other snoring mouthpieces. It is the repositioning of the jaw that is one of the primary goals of mandibular adjustment devices (MADs) like the SnoreRX. This will make sure that the throat is free of obstruction, thus preventing snoring and sleep apnea. With its “Posi-Lock” feature, the customized setting will be locked for a particular person.
The SnoreRX is made from medical-grade copolymer and it has been observed that its lifespan is between 12 to 15 months, is which is much longer than the average lifespan of most MADs, which is 4 to 6 months. The above-mentioned blog post also mentions other anti-snoring devices that they have been reviewed aside from the SnoreRX. These include the Good Morning Snore Solutions, SleepTight, and ZQuiet. These are all recommended as possible gifts for family and friends who have a problem with snoring, and possibly sleep apnea.
Sleep apnea is a serious problem because it is characterized by the interruption of the snorer’s sleep when he momentarily stops breathing. This is because the nasal and throat tissues are relaxed during sleep and they may obstruct the airway. For instance, the base of the tongue may fall back into the airway because of gravity while the person is sleeping. This may partially or totally block air flow, which usually causes the person to choke and gasp for air. When this happen, the affected person usually awakes in order to be able to breathe again. This interrupts the person’s sleep several times during the night, resulting in serious health problems.
Those who want to get more details about the SnoreRX and other snoring mouthpieces can visit The Snoring Mouthpiece Review website, or contact them through the phone of via email.
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