How to stop snoring

by Martin Reed on 25 March 2013 in insomnia cures

Snoring is highly disruptive to sleep.

If you or your partner snore, I recommend you try Zyppah Rx.

It is a safe and effective FDA-cleared treatment for snoring and for a limited time you can try the product free for 30 days.

You just pay $9.95 for shipping and handling.

For more information, click the link below:

http://www.insomnialand.com/go/zyppah.php

The product was invented by Dr Jonathan Greenburg. He is a dentist with over 30 years experience. For the last 10 years, he has specialized in snoring and sleep apnea.

An alternative product that ships globally is offered by a company called MPowRx.

Their product is called the Good Morning Snore Solution. They offer a 30 day money back guarantee, their product has been clinically validated and it is doctor and dentist approved.

For more information, click the link below:

http://www.insomnialand.com/go/gmsnoring.php

There’s also an alternative to mouthguard devices. You can dramatically improve your breathing and reduce snoring by following a few daily exercises.

To learn more about the 3 minute exercises that can cure snoring, click the link below:

http://www.insomnialand.com/go/snoring-exercises.php

Believe it or not, you may be snoring without even knowing it.

One study in particular looked at 20 individuals with insomnia who claimed that they did not suffer from any of the symptoms normally associated with sleep disordered breathing.

The individuals in the study claimed they woke during the night due to nightmares, stress, trips to the bathroom, physical discomfort, anxiety, worries, racing thoughts or other unknown reasons.

When tested, it was found that 90% of these individuals experienced an abnormal sleep breathing event immediately before waking. Only 10% woke due to factors unrelated to their breathing.

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