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The Anti Snoring Device That Can Help You

The Anti Snoring Device

Are you a snorer? We have the cure.

 Millions of Americans every single night go to bed and snore all night long, irritating their nasal passages, throats, and inevitably their bed partners. Snoring interrupts REM sleep, and frequently wakes the snorer up due to a lack of oxygen entering the lungs.

People of all heights and weight types can snore. It’s a simple phenomenon of air flowing through the nose causing the nasal and throat tissues to vibrate.

So you’re a snorer, that’s ok. We have the cure.

Adjustable beds can make a world of difference if you have moderate or severe snoring and sleeping problems. Sleeping upright is one of the best ways to remediate the problem overnight, granting your body the ability to breathe in ample air throughout the night. Sleeping upright puts your body at the correct angle for the lungs and trachea to work in conjunction, and makes it incredibly hard for you to cut off breathing passages once asleep. These beds have many other benefits, of course, including acid reflux remediation, decrease in fibromyalgia, decrease in neck and back pain, and other sleep-related issues.

When you lay down at night and sleep flat on your back, gravity kicks in and pulls your tonsils, palate and tongue back into your head. These body parts work together to affect the airflow into your longs, and can even block it, causing you to suddenly wake up. When you lay at an angle each night, above being flat, gravity isn’t able to take hold anymore. Instead these parts remain where they should be, and your breathing is regimented and normal throughout the night.

An adjustable bed is a better investment in your health for the long run. Some even have anti snoring devices that will elevate sleep positions.  Propping your head up with a pillow can lead to permanent neck, back, and spinal injuries. Our adjustable beds elevate your body to the angle it was always meant to sleep at while alleviating pressure on your skeletal build.

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