So, how can you stop snoring without surgery. Maybe you are considering your options and you are hoping to be able to address your problem without going under the knife. In this article we look to discuss the options that may be open to you. We also look at some modern options that might be available such as Snorgo. If you’re looking for a tried and tested, non surgical way to stop snoring for good, 100% of those completing a short independent trial with Snorgo had huge improvements with 75% reporting no snoring at all.
Our article: How to Stop Snoring Permanently may also be of interest.
In this article we take you through how our easy to use product works so you and your partner can look forward to a decent night’s sleep again.
Snorgo is a UK designed and made product that stops snoring without surgery in as little as 6-8 weeks. Recommended by Doctors and Dentists, Snorgo is a small device that you insert into your mouth during the day to complete a series of simple daily exercises that can be done in a matter of minutes. By using the product to train the involuntary muscles that are responsible for snoring consistently, you can expect to enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep in as little as six weeks and see noticeable improvements in as little as one week.
Nearly all of us snore at some point in our lives and more often than not, snoring doesn’t present any problems but when snoring is persistent, loud or overly disruptive to sleep, then you may find yourself looking for solutions to cure your snoring problem for good.
Below we share more information about why we snore in the first place, how Snorgo can help to cure snoring, and explain why it is a great option for anyone looking for a fuss free, budget friendly alternative to surgical treatments for snoring.
Finding Non-Surgical Cures For Snoring
There is no doubt that severe snoring can be problematic. From reducing the amount of sleep you get yourself to depriving a long suffering partner from their own shut-eye, getting regular uninterrupted quality sleep is fundamental to good health and gives you a great platform to build a healthy lifestyle around.
When you have reached the point that you are looking for cures for snoring you will find that there are two main paths to review, surgical or non surgical. To understand the best method for you, it’s important to understand what causes snoring in the first place.
Why Do We Snore?
Snoring takes place when air moves around your nose and throat when sleeping. This movement of air causes the relaxed tissues in these areas to vibrate and the snoring sound we are all familiar with is the result.
Depending on the severity of your snoring you may have more than one contributing factor. Many snorers probably have more relaxed tissue than non-snoring counterparts. This means that the tissue in these passageways are vibrated more as air moves through while you sleep, resulting in louder, more disruptive snoring.
Snorgo provides a non surgical way to cure snoring
Surgical options available to snorers including removing excess tissue or reconstructing areas of the nasal cavity if needed. In contrast, Snorgo offers a non-invasive way of addressing the problem directly by exercising the muscles around the area in question to strengthen them. Strengthening these involuntary muscle movements help to reduce the vibrations in the airways so that the snoring sound ceases.
If you’re able to commit to just 2-3 minutes daily to use your Snorgo device to complete our recommended exercises you will be well on your way to curing your snoring without the need for surgery. You can view this video to see our mouth held product and exercises in action.
Benefits of Snorgo over other non surgical options
It’s easy to fit Snorgo into your daily routine
The success of any self improvement plan is entirely dependent on your ability to stick with it. It is well known that the best way to create healthy habits that last is to find easy ways to integrate tasks into your day to day routine with as little impact as possible.
To illustrate how easy it is to fit Snorgo exercises into your daily routine, you only need to find about 2 minutes three times per day. You can complete it whilst the kettle boils! We do recommend 3 sets of three exercises so only about 5-6 minutes in total. Those customers doing that little are reaping the rewards. You can split these out at your convenience throughout the day – perfect for your morning, lunchtime and afternoon pick me up cup of tea.
If the idea of remembering to wear snoring patches or oral devices while you sleep to open up your airways every night isn’t for you, try using Snorgo around your regular daytime activities.
Snorgo Is A Cheaper Alternative To Surgery
You have to meet certain criteria to receive snoring surgery on the NHS and with private surgical options running into the thousands, Snorgo represents a budget friendly, non surgical option with great results for a single one off cost of £34.99.
The product has been designed and produced in the UK by our experienced physician, Dr Pete Naylor in conjunction with Phill Sutton, a Chartered Scientist, so you can be sure it’s medically approved and up to the job.
Other reasons you may be prone to snoring
Aside from the physical makeup of your nose and throat, there are other common reasons why you may be prone to snoring such as; sleep apnea, smoking, the position you sleep in, obesity, and heavy drinking. These are all factors to consider when combating snoring without surgery so if you think any of these areas could do with improvement in your life, it could be worth tackling these areas at the same time as using Snorgo for the best all round results when it comes to curing your snoring.
Do Anti-Snoring Products Really Work?
Other non surgical products on the market will often claim to reduce snoring but Snorgo has been shown to cure snoring completely. As with all things related to health and fitness, the results of non surgical snoring cures will be specific to each individual but what we can say is that 100% of those completing a few weeks of using Snorgo reported huge improvement and complete satisfaction. Everyone even refused a £10 extra cash gift for their old Snorgo! (Just a little test we threw in to see just how pleased people were with it!). We invite you to try the product for yourself and let us know how you get on.
What Other Non Surgical Snoring Fixes Are Available?
Snorgo comes highly recommended by Doctors, Dentists and our customers as a way to stop snoring completely. There are plenty of other non surgical ways that may help reduce your snoring when used in conjunction with Snorgo. These include sleeping on your side, weight loss, cutting back on alcohol and treating allergies that may limit air flow through your nose and force you to breathe through your mouth. It’s important to remember though that although tackling these areas will be beneficial to your overall health in general and may assist in a reduction of factors contributing to your snoring, it’s Snorgo use that has been shown to completely cure snoring on it’s own, not just reduce it. If you want to know more about snoring and CPAP please consider: How to Stop Snoring without CPAP
When Should I Consider Surgery To Cure My Snoring?
It is pretty unusual to want surgery for anything. Mouth and throat surgery is not at the bottom of that list. Medical and surgical decisions have to be taken on a case by case basis and with your own personal healthcare professional. Physical and structural malformations may only have a surgical option but, on the whole, they are not the vast majority of causes or snoring and it is even possible that those who presume a structural issue is the cause of their problem can be helped anyway. We must stress that Snorgo is not a product for sleep apnoea and this is why many people are offered surgery – not just “snoring”. Snorgo is a well tolerated and safe product that most people can use. Most would prefer to try it early. It is simple and safe.
We hope this article has given you food for thought on how to stop snoring without surgery and has shown that with user dedication, the results of Snorgo’s product testers speak for themselves. If you’re looking for a budget friendly, non surgical way to cure snoring then Snorgo could be the product for you.
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Dr Pete Naylor is the inventor of Snorgo, a patent pending snoring cure made in the UK recommended by medical doctors.
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