Biomaster on Snorgo snoring cure

Meet Snorgo

Snorgo is your snoring cure. That’s right – CURE.

Snorgo is not a device to wear at night to ease symptoms. It is used to help you undertake an exercise that specifically targets muscles to prevent snoring. Snorgo is a patent pending device developed in the UK by the Sonaids’ team.

Snorgo has been specifically designed to support this process and has been independently medically tested with amazing results for those who are prepared to put in just a few minutes of exercise each day for a couple of months.

Snoring can have significant impacts on sufferers, their partners and their families. Help is available though – watch some of our video testimonials to see how Snorgo can help you.

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Patent pending UK Device, unlike anything else

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Independently tested with a UK medical doctor

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Trial subjects chose Snorgo over all alternative financial incentives

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Snorgo aims to get you snoring free in 6-8 weeks

Why Snorgo?

Snorgo aims to cure your snoring – not just relieve it. There is also no need to wear an uncomfortable piece of plastic at night. You simply use it briefly at your convenience during the day. Snorgo is a UK designed, developed and produced product and has been independently medically tested here. The results of the trial showed that it works and its impacts are great for those undertaking just a few minutes of exercise each day. Our testimonials show how people find Snorgo easy to fit into their lives and have an early positive impact. Cure your snoring today with Snorgo.

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Absolutely Fantastic

As a dental surgeon I have come across a number of anti-snoring devices. As far as I am concerned the results have been fantastic.

Graham Hurst

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Wish we had it years ago

I am now waking up after restful, peaceful nights of sleep. I wish we had it years ago. I would certainly recommend it and I am more than delighted.

Janet Hurst

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Extremely Impressed

It was either a divorce, a new house with another bedroom or give Snorgo a shot. The cheaper option was the Snorgo. Extremely impressed with the product, it is easy to use and non-invasive.

Leanne Deathridge

Benefits of Snorgo

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A Cure For Snoring

It is a bold statement but it is true. Snorgo can cure your Snoring!

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Convenient

Snorgo is easy to fit into your life and you can see early results.

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Fits Around You

Snorgo exercises can be done at a time to suit you.

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Nothing Needed To Be Worn At Night

Snorgo does not require anything to be worn at night.

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Clean & Healthy

Snorgo has silver-ion technology to prevent micro-organism growth.

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Results Can Be Seen From One Week

Improvements were seen in as short a period as one week.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does it work?
We are pretty confident it relates to the training of what are called involuntary muscles of the pharynx, the space behind your nose and mouth that connects to your oesophagus (food-pipe). Involuntary muscles are different to voluntary ones, like the ones of your arm or leg, in that you can’t command them in the same way. It is because of this they are harder to exercise. That’s where Snorgo comes in. It is tailor-made to support this type of exercise. Almost like a dumbbell for the pharynx.
Do I have to wear anything at night?

No – Snorgo is only used for a few minutes each day at a time to suit you. We advise three sets of 3 exercises each day. These only take few minutes in total.

How do I do the exercises

Please see the video below for a demonstration:

Is there anything else I need to do when using Snorgo?

Whilst you do not absolutely need to do other things whilst using Snorgo we strongly advise you consider them. There are a few health factors in life that influence snoring. If you can try and address these whilst doing your Snorgo exercises we suspect you will find an even greater improvement. See our 'About Snorgo' tab which has a 'Support Your Snorgo Efforts' for more details.

Will it definitely work?

In areas of exercise and health there are no guarantees but what we will say is that in our trial there was a significant improvement in 100% of those prepared to continue working with Snorgo for 4-6 weeks. There can be unusual causes for snoring, such as nasal problems, and if it doesn’t work we advise you to seek help from your doctor if snoring is a significant problem.

Will it cure my snoring?
We think it could well do – look at our testimonials. We have people who stopped Snoring after a short time with Snorgo
Do I just stop after 8 weeks?
With any form of exercise – whilst you may improve. If you completely go back to your ‘old life’ you may well find problems return. We suspect that most people may have to occasionally use Snorgo to keep the problem away. We don’t think you will find this a problem though. For many – it will be the best decision you have made.

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