Snoring is one of the most common sleep issues, affecting about half of the population at some point in their lives. It can be a real problem that can affect anybody and although is more frequent as we get older, children can and do snore as well. Snoring is embarrassing for the snorer, uncomfortable if they wake up with a sore throat and dry mouth, and also disruptive to the snorer’s own sleep. Waking yourself up with a loud snore can mean that it is difficult to get back off to sleep again.
With nearly half of adult men, and a quarter of all adult women being regular snorers, it is not surprising that the people most affected seem to be their partners. If your other half snores and it is affecting your ability to get to sleep or stay asleep, it is a problem that needs a solution. The anti-snoring market is becoming increasingly busy with stop-snoring products. Some of these do work, but many snoring devices are ineffective and disappointing – we look at the most effective snoring aids on our product page here. Our blog posts below discuss the different reasons why people snore, providing snoring advice and sensible tips to try and stop snoring or prevent it happening every night.