We’ve all been there at one point or another in our lives. You’re lying in bed wide awake, desperately trying to catch some shut-eye, but the person you are sharing the bed with is snoring away. While this isn’t a problem for one or two nights, what do you do when it’s your girlfriend/boyfriend that’s doing the snoring each and every night?

How to stop your girlfriend or boyfriend snoring. The best way to cure snoring with your girlfriend or boyfriend is to use the new UK patent pending Snorgo device. This invention aims to get you completely free from snoring from 6-8 weeks of training your involuntary pharynx muscles. It’s a completely non-invasive and painless solution to your snoring problems.

Sound too good to be true? Well, trust us, it isn’t. Our new device is by far the best way we know of to cure snoring in a stress-free and straightforward way that will only take a few moments of your partner’s time each day. It certainly beats some of the far fetched ideas that you see suggested online, such as tying a tennis ball to your back and wearing compression socks.


How does Snorgo work?

Imagine this, in just 6-8 weeks your partner could be completely free from their snoring issues, leaving you able to get good nights’ sleep without being disturbed countless times throughout the night. As we all know, sleep is crucial for a lot of our bodily functions, so this is as much a treatment for you as it is for your partner.

So how does it work exactly? The Snorgo is a device that is designed to help the user perform painless and straightforward training exercises to help strengthen the muscles that are believed to be one of the root causes of snoring.

A lot of the other treatments on the market focus on dealing with the symptom and not the cause, which is why we decided to take a step back and try to understand what the real triggers are behind snoring. 

We noticed that in a lot of prolific snorers, they seem to have weaker involuntary muscles of the pharynx, which is what we have directly linked to an increased likelihood of snoring. These muscles occupy the space behind your nose and mouth that connects to your esophagus (food pipe).

As you would expect, involuntary muscles are particularly hard to exercise. By definition, they are typically activated as secondary muscles to help support other movements. This makes them tricky to activate in isolation, but that’s precisely what the Snorgo manages to do.

Our UK patent-pending device is tailor-made to help strengthen those muscles that are directly responsible for all your sleepless nights. It’s time for them to hit the gym, don’t you think?

Snorgo 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. It does take a certain level of commitment and consistency to see the best results, so be ready to crack the whip with your partner, it’s for your own good!


Here is how your partner’s new training regime is going to look:

3 x 10-second Snorgo sessions three times per day. Yep, that’s only a grand total of 90 seconds a day with perhaps an extra couple of minutes gap in between. All-in-all it is about 5 minutes per day. On top of that, it’s super-simple to use, and it’s effortless to clean. Your boyfriend/girlfriend will have a hard time thinking of excuses to get out of this one!

Will my partner have to wear anything at night?

Absolutely not! As we mentioned previously, the Snorgo is completely non-invasive and does not need to be worn at nighttime by your partner. 

As we see far too often with other snoring solutions, they require the user to wear uncomfortable contraptions to try and limit the amount of snoring they do, and most of the time, they are completely unsuccessful.

The Snorgo aims to cure snoring completely, not just relieve it temporarily. All your partner has to do is complete three sessions of exercise each day for no more than a minute and a half. 

There doesn’t need to be any tennis balls strapped to their back, uncomfortable compression socks to be worn, and no white noise machine or earplugs to help you block out the sound of snoring. Best of all, You don’t go to bed with someone looking like Hannibal Lecter either!

How do the exercises work?

The Snorgo is surprisingly simple to use. All you have to do is remove the device from the carry case (make sure it’s clean), and place it into the pre-dental area of your mouth. This is the area between your teeth and your lips.

Once you have the Snorgo in place, simply pull the device away from your mouth gently and try to hold it in your mouth by tensing your lips and mouth muscles. By doing this, you’ll be strengthening the involuntary muscles of the pharynx. It takes time, but eventually, these muscles will become stronger and should ultimately prevent snoring completely.

For a visual demonstration on how the Snorgo works, check out this video.

How long does it take to start working?

We ask that you keep going for about 6 weeks. We would certainly hope you are seeing results by then. Significant improvements have been reported at the end of the first week though. We would just emphasize to keep going for 6 weeks before you give up. This gives your body enough time to adjust to the new exercise and allows the involuntary muscles of the pharynx to strengthen. 

It’s crucial that your partner trusts the process and sticks with the training as much they can if they are to give themselves the best chance of success.

We are finding the most significant improvements in individuals who manage to keep consistent with their exercises until they see results. Put it this way; you wouldn’t expect to see washboard abs when you look at yourself in the mirror if you don’t stick to a training routine. This is no different. 

Over the six week training period, this only equates to a little over one hour of total training time.

How do I suggest to my partner that they need to use the Snorgo?

Snoring can cause a lot of strain on relationships as it seriously affects the sleep quality of the person the snorer shares the bed with. 

The frustration from consistently disrupted sleep can build resentment and even dread when it comes to bedtime, so it’s much easier to tackle the problem head-on, especially now that there is a real and proven treatment for the issue.

Before now, all of the solutions for snoring have mostly been based on pseudosciences and old wives’ tales that simply do not work. The Snorgo is different as it tackles the problem at its root and delivers long-lasting prevention of snoring.

The perfect gift

If you are still struggling with a way to suggest this to your partner, then why not buy it for them as a gift? Technically, it’s a gift for both of you, and it could be the key to saving your relationship. 

Gone are the days of sleepless nights and sitting there in envy as your partner is fast asleep while you’re counting sheep desperately trying to catch some shut-eye. It may just be the best gift you’ve ever bought.

You can choose to stick with the old school methods of treating snoring, or you can opt for the medically proven, UK patent pending Snorgo and make all of your snoring issues a thing of the past!


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Dr Pete Naylor

Dr Pete Naylor is the inventor of Snorgo, a patent pending snoring cure made in the UK recommended by medical doctors.

  • Wirral CCG Chair 2014 – 2016
  • General Practitioner (GP) 2000-2017
  • National Institute for health and Care Excellence National GP representative (Diagnostics) 2012 – 2018
  • Associate Medical Director ICE Creates 2018 – 2020
  • Senate Council Member Merseyside 2014 – 2017
  • Forensic Medical Examiner Merseyside/Wirral 2005 – 2008
  • Youth Justice Management Board Wirral 2015 – 2017
  • Medical Director
  • NHS Doctor 1996 – 2017
  • GMC registered Doctor 1996 to present

Qualifications

  • Master of Science in Medical Leadership Birkbeck University and Royal College of Physicians. (Awarded Merit) 2013
  • OPP Myers Briggs Trainer, 2010. Subsequently also completed Step 2 to further support training
  • Diploma in Occupational Health, 2006
  • Diploma in Child Health, 2000
  • Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery, Sheffield University, 1996
  • Bachelor of Science, Psychiatric Neurobiology, Sheffield, 1995. Work produced papers on mRNA and Brain Plasticity.

Awards

  • Outstanding Innovative and Inspirational Leader 2013 Northwest Leadership Academy (Given for commissioning work with Wirral Health Commissioning Consortium.)
  • Vision Award 2012 (National award): Best Long Term Condition Initiative for WHCC
  • North West Respiratory Best Practice Award 2012: Self Care Award for WHCC
  • Diploma in Occupational Health – annual award