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Snoring is a widespread, but avoidable condition. It causes sleep deprivation to snorers and those around them, as well as daytime drowsiness, irritability, lack of focus and decreased libido . It has also been suggested that it can cause significant psychological and social damage to sufferers . Multiple studies reveal a positive correlation between loud snoring and risk of heart attack (about +34% chance) and stroke (about +67% chance) .
New studies associate loud "snoring" with the development of carotid artery atherosclerosis, 
the risk of brain damage  and of stroke.
If you (and by association) your partner are affected by snoring you should know it's more common than believed. Over 30% of adults snore, and in people over 60, the incidence of snoring can be as high as 60%.
The bottom line is that too many Americans don't get a proper night's sleep. This is the question that gave us sleepless nights while we were working on the development of VitalSleep, an FDA cleared adjustable stop snoring mouthpiece. Nothing gives us more happiness than knowing customers from all over the country have embraced this breakthrough device (how VitalSleep stacks against competition). In the last
3 years VitalSleep has been shipped to over 71,000 snorers across the USA!
While we're convinced our product is the best in the market if this is your first time considering VitalSleep we fully understand your need to collect all the facts. We shouldn't have to talk about the wonders of VitalSleep, you should experience them firsthand.
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