Why do we snore?

Snoring is caused by a narrowing of the airway in the throat. As we get older and heavier, the throat muscles relax and fatty tissues build up closing the airway (Pic. 1). The velocity of air increases, causing the tissues to vibrate and make the sound we call snoring. Some individuals are born with a narrow airway and hence snore from an early age.


  Restricted airways   Open airways

  Pic 1. Airway restricted during sleep which causes snoring vibrations.   Pic 2. SnorBan mouthpiece - Open airway with the forward position of the lower jaw making more space to breathe and preventing snoring vibrations.

SnorBan® is a mouthpiece specially designed to hold the lower jaw forward (Pic 2.). With the jaw held in this way the airway is kept open so there is no narrowing which leads to the vibration of the throat we know as ‘snoring’. When you use SnorBan® the snoring stops or is considerably improved. More information on how SnorBan® works here.

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  1. SnorBan anti-snoring mouthpiece eliminates or reduces snoring and improves the quality of sleep. SnorBan has a documented effect and works immediately. It gives a high degree of comfort as it is individually shaped to fit the user's set of teeth. SnorBan is made of hypo-allergenic thermoplastic and in a light and durable design. Special offer: Guaranteed effect or your money back within 30 days!


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