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The Health Risks Of Snoring

This educational guide is brought to you courtesy of the makers of the VitalSleep anti-snoring mouthpiece.

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SNORING - IT'S MORE SERIOUS THAN YOU MAY THINK

Snoring tends to be viewed as little more than an annoyance. Anyone who sleeps with a chronic snorer knows this is not the case. People who snore can be woken repeatedly through the night by their own snoring, thereby preventing them, and their bed partners, from experiencing sound, restful sleep. The cumulative effects of inadequate sleep can endanger the health and well-being of these individuals

THE CRITICAL NEED FOR SLEEP

Did you know people can survive longer without food than without sleep? This fact emphasizes just how important quality sleep is to our health.

Even though snoring happens while we sleep, it prevents us from achieving the deepest levels of sleep essential for proper brain function. It disrupts the natural sleep cycle by waking us, and our partners, continually through the night. Furthermore, snorers' bed partners often develop their own disordered sleep patterns, and suffer many of the same consequences as snorers.

Snoring not only strains our relationships, it poses serious risks to our health and vitality.

 

 THE CRITICAL NEED FOR SLEEP

 

1. SLEEP APNEA

Snoring can be a sign of sleep apnea, a serious medical condition in which the snorer stops breathing during sleep, for seconds or even minutes. Untreated, it can be life-threatening. Sleep apnea symptoms include loud snoring, pauses in breathing (as observed by another), waking suddenly with shortness of breath, waking with a dry mouth or sore throat, morning headaches, insomnia, excessive daytime sleepiness, attention difficulties and irritability. If you suspect you or your sleeping partner may have sleep apnea, consult your doctor as soon as possible for proper diagnosis and treatment.

2. HEART DISEASE AND STROKES

Medical research has established a direct link between poor sleep and an increased likelihood of heart attacks and strokes. In fact, sleep-deficient individuals are at higher risk of cardiovascular disease regardless of age, weight, smoking and walking regimens, according to the National Sleep Foundation. To keep our hearts and vascular systems performing as they should, we need quality sleep and plenty of it.

3. DEPRESSION

Doctors have discovered prolonged bouts of insufficient sleep can lead to depression and that once an individual’s sleep difficulties are solved, the depression lifts.

4. STRESS AND ANXIETY

We all feel stressed from time to time. In fact, 44 percent of Americans suffer from stress, according to an in-depth medical study of 10,000 participants. Whereas sleeplessness was once considered the byproduct of stress, recent medical research reveals stress is the result of poor sleep, particularly for those of us who are already worrywarts. 

5.FATIGUE

We tend to think of fatigue as simple tiredness, say, after a poor night’s sleep. But chronic fatigue, which can stem from sleep deprivation, can be severe, resulting in headaches, muscle and joint pains, and a host of other ailments.

6. WEAKENED IMMUNE SYSTEM

When we lack adequate sleep, our immune systems are weakened, increasing our susceptibility to colds, flus, bacterial infections and other illnesses. Additionally, a weakened immune system means we are less equipped to fight off bugs once they have struck. 

7. ACCIDENTS

Sleep-deprived people on the job and on the road pose serious threats to our safety. In addition to 100,000 yearly traffic accidents, these individuals are responsible for over 250,000 workplace accidents and mistakes every year, including such wide-scale disasters as the Chernobyl nuclear plant explosion and the Exxon Valdez oil spill. 

8. IMPAIRED THINKING

Poor sleep impairs our thought processes such as our ability to learn, make sound judgments and focus our attention. When we cannot think clearly, we make mistakes, incorrect decisions and fail to retain information. A chronic inability to think clearly leads to serious difficulties in one’s work and personal life. 

9. WEIGHT GAIN AND DIABETES

Medical research shows people who sleep less at night are more likely to be overweight and obese. One study indicated people who slept a few hours less every night over a small number of consecutive nights gained an average of two pounds. The reason is sleep deprivation causes people to eat higher-calorie foods. Medical experts agree that overweight and obese people are at greater risk of contracting type 2 diabetes.  

10. STRAINED RELATIONSHIP

While snoring may be viewed by some as merely irritating, it is the third most common cause for divorce in the U.S. and troubles 30% of all married couples. An estimated four out of ten women whose partners snore move to another room to sleep. Some snorers are so loud, however, they still disrupt their partners’ rest despite the walls and closed doors between them

11. PREGNANCY COMPLICATIONS

Studies indicate women who snore during pregnancy have an increased risk of complications, including high blood pressure, fatigue, gestational diabetes (which means diabetes during pregnancy) and preeclampsia, a pregnancy complication with high blood pressure and organ damage, often the kidneys. Additionally, snoring mothers-to-be run the risk of having smaller babies.  

 

THE VITALSLEEP ANTI-SNORING MOUTHPIECE

We recommend a visit to the doctor to determine if your snoring—or your partner’s—is an indicator of a medical situation. If yours is a simple case of snoring, we recommend the VitalSleep anti-snoring mouthpiece.

Snoring is caused by a partial obstruction in the passageway between one’s throat and nose or mouth during sleep. VitalSleep diminishes snoring by holding the lower jaw forward to keep the airway clear and allow air to pass freely. By having a clearer airway, you'll experience improved airflow, quiet breathing and more restful sleep.

VitalSleep is cleared by the FDA to reduce snoring and is made of FDA-approved medical-grade materials so you can trust it to be safe and effective.

HOW VITALSLEEP MOUTH GUARD STOPS SNORING

WHAT IS SNORING

When you sleep, your throat muscles relax and narrow the airway between your lungs and nose or mouth. As the air travels over the partial obstruction, it vibrates and the harsh sounds of snoring occur.

 

HOW VITALSLEEP WORKS

VitalSleep is a flexible mouth guard which gently holds your lower jaw forward while you sleep to keep the airway open. It also stops the base of the tongue from falling into the airway to prevent further obstruction. By keeping the airway clear of blockage with VitalSleep, you will experience increased airflow and quiet breathing as you sleep.

Although snoring occurs during sleep, medical research indicates snorers can wake up hundreds of times per night without knowing it. As a result, snorers are deprived of deep, restorative sleep which is essential to their health and well-being.

 
 

VitalSleep has helped tens of thousands of snorers stop snoring and regain the ability to get consistent quality sleep.

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WHY VITALSLEEP WORKS

VitalSleep has been cleared by the FDA to treat snoring so you can trust it is safe and effective. It is made of FDA-approved, medical grade materials with an unmatched level of detail in technology and construction. It is also free of latex and BPA, a harmful chemical found in hard plastics. VitalSleep is proudly manufactured in the USA from 100% USA-sourced materials.

VitalSleep is adjustable and moldable to comfortably fit users of any size. Its sliding mechanism allows you to micro-adjust the mouthpiece by turning its left and right hex screws with a free tool which is included in all orders.

For a custom fit, you can mold VitalSleep to your mouth by immersing it in hot water, letting it cool and biting down on the device. VitalSleep also allows side jaw movement for reduced stress and greater effectiveness. 

Designed to be easy on the eye, VitalSleep has a semi-opaque white color and sleeker design than similar products. A protective carrying case is included at no additional charge.

Reduce snoring with VitalSleep at a single affordable price, with no recurring charges and a full year of free replacements. Additionally, VitalSleep is backed by a 60-day money-back guarantee.

 

 EASY TO USE AND COMFORTABLE 

  • Fully adjustable movement, up to 7mm, by easily turning two screws. Increasing the forward position of the mouth guard’s lower half will increase the opening of your airway and improve your breathing during sleep.
  • Available in two sizes, regular and small, so you are guaranteed the right fit.
  • Moldable construction ensures a custom fit.
  • Features a flexible frame for even more comfort.
  • Allows you to sleep as you normally do, in any position, breathing through your mouth or your nose.
  • Allows for side-to-side jaw movement for reduced stress on the jaw, greater comfort and effectiveness. It even provides protection against teeth grinding.
 

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CUSTOM FITTED TO YOUR MOUTH

VitalSleep takes less than 5 minutes to custom mold to your mouth and teeth.

Moldable: Simply immerse VitalSleep in hot water for 60 seconds, let it cool for 3 seconds more, insert it into your mouth and bite down for a custom fit.

Adjustable: VitalSleep is adjusted by turning its left and right screws. This adjusts the forward position of the device’s lower half to position your jaw for an open airway. Please follow the instructions included with your order.

VitalSleep requires minimal care. Large openings allow for simple and easy cleaning with a toothbrush and toothpaste or denture cleaner. Store VitalSleep in its durable protective case which is included at no extra charge.

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