A New Snoring Cure Eliminates Serious Health Effects of Snoring

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A new, inexpensive and simple anti-snoring device from SleepGenie.com gives snorers a new lease on life.

Our clients are reporting that they never even noticed how much they had gotten used to being in a zombie-like state in their day to day lives

A new, inexpensive and simple anti-snoring device from SleepGenie.com gives snorers a new lease on life. People are saving thousands of dollars on sleep studies and expensive surgeries and getting the sound sleep they (and their spouses) have been dying for.

People who snore or suffer from obstructive sleep apnea can experience serious health problems resulting from a constant lack of sleep. Snoring has been linked to obesity, heart disease, and is an indicator of other serious sleeping disorders such as obstructive sleep apnea.

Studies show that whether snorers notice it or not, they could be waking out of deep REM sleep over 100 times per night. Doctors are warning that in an already sleep-deprived society, heavy snorers are opening themselves up to serious health and weight problems each time they lay down for the night.

"Our clients are reporting that they never even noticed how much they had gotten used to being in a zombie-like state in their day to day lives" says Alan Schill of SleepGenie.com. "When people take their snoring problem seriously and do something about it, the effect on their lives and their health is tangible and dramatic."

The adverse and well documented health effects of snoring on the human body can be further complicated if you suffer from obstructive sleep apnea. This is an even more problematic and dangerous condition when the body stops breathing many times through the night. This can result in panic awakenings, breathlessness, and a sense of escaping from a bad dream.

If they suspect sleep apnea, your doctor might recommend a sleep study. Sleep studies can cost from $1500-$3000, so people are searching for solutions themselves online.

Snoring cures that have been reported to work include jaw and neck exercises, but there are also anti-snoring devices that have been reported to work quite well and which are non-invasive and safe. One thing is for sure, people are searching in high numbers on the internet for snoring remedies and reading about anything that claims to cure snoring.

"We get a lot of visitors who suffer from heavy snoring and are looking for a snoring cure that might save them from spending several thousand dollars on a sleep clinic" says Schill.

"Many of our customers are simply spouses of snorers who are also plagued by a constant lack of sleep due to their partner's snoring problem. They are looking for a snoring cure for their partner and to save their own health as much as their spouse's."

The final verdict of many family doctors and sleep disorder specialists is that snoring needs to be taken seriously. It is not just an annoyance. It can literally be life threatening, especially if it is merely an indicated of obstructive sleep apnea.

Schill says "Rather than treat it like an uncontrollable nuisance, snorers and their spouses should seek help from their physician and research snoring cures online."

For more information, please visit SleepGenie.com. For up to date information on sleep disorders, snoring cures, and sleep apnea visit http://sleepgenie.com/thesleepgenieblog/

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Alan Schill

720-488-9939

SleepGenie.com

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