July Awareness: Patient Information Day 5th July
Your health is at the heart of our business
3rd July 2017 National Health Information Day: the start of a national, week-long drive to promote everyone’s awareness of the great quality health resources available to the British public. For more than 20 years Snoreeze has supported your health and well being with quality products that ease night time breathing disorders including heavy snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA).
Striving to do what is best for your health
Helpful information is much a part of the Snoreeze service as are our range of tried and tested products. On the Snoreeze website you will find clear, concise and easy to follow health care information about treating your heavy snoring.
Severe or heavy snoring is a potential health issue. Snoring is a sign of sleep disordered breathing and might indicate you have sleep apnoea.
The Snoreeze Oral Device treats more than just your snoring
The Snoreeze Oral Device is a combination of years of scientific research, technology development and monitored user surveys into snoring and sleep related breathing disorders.
Heavy snoring and sleep apnoea is a factor in night-time oxygen starvation (hypoxia). Hypoxia is increasingly linked with serious health risks including high blood pressure, heart failure, stroke, type 2 diabetes and dementia.
Snoreeze Oral Device – The user friendly solution to OSA
Heavy snoring and OSA is caused by soft tissue of the nose and throat relaxing into the airways during sleep. The Snoreeze Oral Device comfortably maintains your lower jaw in the best position to keep your airways open.
Adjustable to fit your bite, like a sports gum-shield and conveniently reusable for up to 180 nights. The Snoreeze Oral Device helps keep your night-time breathing easy, healthy and snore free all night.
*Sleep apnoea is a common disorder in which you have one or more pauses in breathing or shallow breaths while you sleep. Breathing pauses can last from a few seconds to minutes. They may occur 30 times or more an hour. Typically, normal breathing then starts again, sometimes with a loud snort or choking sound. If you suspect you have OSA, we recommend you see your doctor.