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Weight Loss for Snoring – SnoreLab’s SMART Strategy


It’s the piece of anti-snoring and general health advice that we often don’t need to be told: "lose some weight". Our SMART approach (substitute, move, avoid, reduce, think) is based on forming new habits, making lots of changes that go beyond just your diet, but keeping them manageable and sustainable to not only lose weight, but to keep it lost.…

Mouth Exercises for Snoring


We know that getting some exercise can help us lose weight which is a great way to tackle snoring. Increasingly, we are seeing that exercise to help snoring needn’t involve running, or cycling or swimming, or even breaking a sweat. More people are turning to mouth, tongue and throat exercises to take control of their snoring and are seeing amazing…

What Happens in a Sleep Study?


In this guide to sleep studies, we explore what a sleep study does, how to get a sleep study, which type of sleep study is best for you, what to expect at a sleep lab, what to expect with a home study, what your results mean and what happens after diagnosis. At SnoreLab, we often get asked “Can the app detect sleep apnea?” Some users have found…

A Guide to Neti Pots


Neti pots are devices used to flush out your nasal passages. Often resembling a small teapot, they are used to pour salt water through your nasal cavity. They can be extremely effective at reducing snoring caused by a blocked nose. If a stuffy nose is causing you to snore, nasal irrigation has benefits over other anti-snoring methods. Neti pots…

Buying Guide: Anti-Snoring Mouthpieces


Mandibular advancement splints, mandibular repositioning devices, protrusion splints and mandibular advancement devices (MADs for short) are all the same type of snoring remedy. These are anti-snoring mouthpieces that fit in your mouth, covering your teeth like a gumshield. These devices work by positioning your lower jaw (your mandible) further…

CPAP Problems and How to Fix Them


Here, we address the most common problems people have with CPAP. When used correctly and fitted well, CPAP can dramatically reduce apneic events as well as greatly decreasing snoring volume and frequency. This guide will show you how to get the most from your CPAP device and rectify problems with: feeling claustrophobic, air leakage, pressure…

Buying Guide: Air Purifiers


Air purifiers can help snoring triggered by allergies and pollution. Poor quality air can irritate our upper airways, leading to stuffy and inflamed noses and throats. Air purifiers filter out the harmful particles that bring on these symptoms and can massively reduce snoring as a result. Air purifiers can reduce snoring triggered by reactions to…

Buying Guide: Humidifiers


Humidifiers can help snoring triggered by breathing in dry air. They can be a great way to help snoring caused by nasal congestion and throat irritation. Dry air can aggravate the tissues of your nose and throat, causing irritation and inflammation that can worsen snoring. Additionally, dry and dehydrated airways have thicker mucus which increases…

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SomniFix Mouth Strips Review


SomniFix Mouth Strips are an innovative new product for promoting healthy and quiet nasal breathing to stop your snoring. Breathing through your mouth is one of the most common causes of snoring. If you're snoring and find yourself waking up with a dry mouth and sore throat, it’s likely that mouth breathing was the cause. Breathing correctly…

7 Effective Snoring Aids to Stop Snoring


No single snoring remedy works for everyone. This is because there are many different causes of snoring. Here are SnoreLab’s seven most effective types of snoring aid that have been shown to help many of our users stop snoring. Explore the benefits of using mouthpieces, nasal dilators, specialist pillows, air purifiers and humidifiers, SomniFix…

7 Effective Lifestyle Changes to Stop Snoring Naturally


We conducted a poll and found that more of our users prefer to help their snoring with lifestyle changes as opposed to trying consumer anti-snoring remedies. But what are their techniques? What changes can you make that truly have a positive impact on your snoring? Here are SnoreLab’s seven recommendations: sleep on your side, lose weight, clean…

Anti-Snoring Pillows


A bad sleeping position massively increases your risk of snoring. If you sleep on your back, gravity compresses your airway and sends your tongue and jaw backwards, all leading to a greater chance of obstruction and noise. Addressing the problems with your sleeping position is a great excuse to invest in a new pillow. There are many specialist…

Nasal Dilators for Snoring


Many people snore due to a blocked nose. There are several options when it comes to opening your nose. One popular option is to use a nasal dilator. Nasal dilators work by mechanically opening your nasal passages, decreasing the resistance to incoming air without resorting to medication. There are two main types of nasal dilators: external and…

SnoreRx Mouthpiece Review


At SnoreLab, we regard SnoreRx as one of the best quality and most effective anti-snoring mouthpieces that you can buy online. SnoreRx boasts some great features that give it the edge over many of its competitors. Quality materials - the high-quality medical-grade plastics give a longer lifespan and greater comfort. Custom fit - SnoreRx uses a…

Smart Nora Review


Smart Nora is a revolutionary snoring solution: a smart, non-invasive anti-snoring device that can have great results for every type of snorer. Whatever causes your snoring, Smart Nora can help. Whether you sleep on your back, side or front, breathe through your mouth or nose, are obese or normal weight, Smart Nora's unique anti-snoring approach…

Homemade Hacks to Improve Your Sleeping Position


Many people snore because they sleep on their back. The good news is that simple causes have simple solutions – if you sleep on your back, it’s time to try sleeping on your side with the help of some simple techniques you can engineer at home. Making this basic change – without the need for any invasive techniques, complicated devices or…

men using different CPAP masks

CPAP: A Guide to the Different Types of Mask


CPAP stands for continuous positive airway pressure. A CPAP device uses a mask to force air into your nose or mouth and is very effective in treating moderate to severe sleep apnea, a condition where the airway repeatedly closes during sleep. Contrary to popular belief, CPAP does not give you more oxygen, it simply establishes a current of normal…

A Guide to Hay Fever and Snoring


Given that up to 30% of us suffer from hay fever, it is possible that this seasonal pollen allergy could be playing a major role in your snoring. If it’s warm outside and your nose is blocked, follow our guide to see if hay fever is making your snoring worse, and try our ten tips to breathe quietly again. Hay fever is simply an allergic reaction…

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Sleep Apnea: Screening, Testing and Treatment


Sleep apnea is a serious condition where your airway repeatedly closes during sleep, depriving you of oxygen until you gasp awake. The combined effects of disturbed sleep and repeated bouts of low oxygen cause lots of problems for your physical and mental health. Despite this, many sufferers remain undiagnosed. But how do you get diagnosed? There…

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ZQuiet Mouthpiece Review


ZQuiet is a dentist-designed anti-snoring mouthpiece that advances your lower jaw by a few millimeters to prevent the base of your tongue blocking your airway. If you snore when lying on your back and after drinking alcohol, or if you are overweight and have a weak lower jaw, you may find that ZQuiet’s slogan “Pop it in and the noise is gone” is…

Good Morning Snore Solution Review


The Good Morning Snore Solution (GMSS) is a revolutionary anti-snoring device that targets the most common cause of snoring: your tongue. If you are overweight or sleep with an open mouth, your tongue might be causing you to snore as it falls back into your airway.The Good Morning Snore solution sucks onto the end of your tongue, pulling it…