Snorgo is the brainchild of Sonaids Ltd. Sonaids are a UK based company based in the North-West of England
The Minds Behind Snorgo
Dr Pete Naylor
Dr Pete Naylor (Medical Director) has been a GP for almost 20 years in the North-West. He has also worked for NICE and been in senior managerial roles in the NHS.
Phil Sutton is a Chartered Scientist having extensive knowledge within design, production and the manufacturing world. Working in partnership with Dr Naylor they have brought the Snorgo product to the market.
Sonaids company aim is to help you. If you have any concerns or questions in relation to your product please get in touch.
Support your Snorgo Efforts
We hope that you find your Snorgo as successful as we anticipate you will. Please remember though that snoring can often be worsened by lifestyle factors and it is really helpful to try and address these whilst using your device. Exercise, smoking, alcohol, large meals, weight all can significantly contribute.
We believe the benefits of your training will markedly improve if you can consider any of these as well when you are using your Snorgo. We know we are the easiest to introduce but please look carefully at these other factors and try and go the extra mile to get even more benefit from your Snorgo exercise programme.
Not all of these may be relevant to you but please consider them carefully:
Exercise can support snoring prevention – even when it doesn’t lead to weight loss.
Being overweight is a significant cause of snoring. Fatty tissue and poor muscle tone contribute. Particularly consider any excess weight around your neck.
Nose and sinus problems
Please see a health professional if this is a concern of yours
Sleeping flat on your back causes the flesh on your throat to relax and block the airway. Changing this position can sometimes help.
Large meals late in the day
Trials have shown this is probably not helpful for snoring.
Alcohol, smoking and medications
These can all contribute to over relaxation of the pharynx and increase snoring. Please try and reduce them particularly as you start to train with your Snorgo.