About 40 percent of adult Americans suffer from occasional snoring, while 25 percent are habitual snorers. Snoring occurs when air flows past relaxed tissues in your throat, causing the tissues to vibrate.
This usually happens when you sleep on your back. There are many things that can cause snoring, such as obesity, alcohol use, and smoking. If you snore regularly, it can disrupt your sleep and cause daytime fatigue. It can also lead to relationship problems.
There are many devices that claim to help with snoring. One device that has been proven to be effective is the snore guard.
This mouthpiece is designed to keep your airway open while you sleep so that you can breathe easily. It also prevents your tongue from falling back into your throat and blocking your airway.