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Snoring, a Universal Annoyance

Snoring is something that affects many Americans. While most children don't snore, the likelihood that a person will snore increases as they age. For those who share a bed with a loved one, snoring can become a problem in their relationship, sometimes causing them to end up sleeping in separate rooms. Even for those who sleep alone, snoring can cause sleep deprivation and increase the chance of some illnesses.

The Facts

More than 90 million Americans snore—65% are men and 35% are women. Some studies have shown that as many as half of all people snore. While it's obvious that snoring will affect those who are sleeping nearby, the effects it can have on the snorer are less well-known. Multiple studies have shown a correlation between loud snoring and  the risk of hearing loss, heart attack and stroke. Snoring can also be a sign of obstructive sleep apnea. This means that aside from keeping you from deep sleep, snoring may actually shorten your lifespan. There are many reasons for snoring, including:

Allergies | Colds | Stress | Smoking | Dry Air | Deviated Septum | Tonsils | Medications

How Snoring Affects Relationships

Sleeping with someone who won't stop snoring loudly can wreak havoc on your emotional state. Snoring is the most reported cause of spousal sleep deprivation, according to a study conducted by the Harris Poll in January 2004. A Mayo Clinic study of couples with snoring problems found that non-snoring partners lose an average of one hour of sleep each night from their partners snoring. Over a week, that adds up to a significant sleep deficit that affects career performance and personal relationships. Researchers found that non-snorers are awakened by their snoring partners on an average of 23 times an hour throughout the night producing fragmented and less deep sleep.

Snoring Solutions

With snoring affecting so many people and having such devastating effects, what can we do to fight back? Science has shown that there are many effective methods to reduce snoring. However, many of these methods have limited success and high risks, such as the use of  habit forming drugs or surgeries to remove parts of the throat. Fortunately, clinical tests conducted at a major medical sleep disorder research center concluded that the SILENT SNOOZ® snoring aid significantly reduced snoring in more than 85% of the people who tried it. With 20 years of experience and a 100% satisfaction money-back guarantee, so there's no risk to try our product. You've got nothing to lose, and an amazing night's sleep to gain!

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