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Frequently Asked Questions
It’s safe to drink alcohol and use Snoreeze products. However, alcohol can make your snoring worse due to its relaxant effect on the muscles at the back of the throat. Snoreeze products will be less effective if you have consumed alcohol.
Yes. Snoreeze products are made with natural ingredients and are safe to use every night. For most people, positive lifestyle changes can help to reduce your risk of snoring.
The recommended dosage of Snoreeze products should be enough to reduce most people’s snoring for up to 8 hours. However, if you find you start to snore again at some point during the night, using another application of the product is absolutely fine.
Snoreeze products are made with natural ingredients. However, we recommend that you consult our doctor before use. Many types of medication, such as sedatives, can increase snoring due to their relaxant effect on the muscles at the back of the throat.
Snoreeze products are made with natural ingredients and are safe to use if you have asthma or any other respiratory problems. However, we recommend that you consult your doctor before use. We advise against using the Snoreeze Oral Device if you are suffering from serious respiratory conditions such as asthma or emphysema.
Snoreeze products are made with natural ingredients and are safe to use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. However, we recommend that you consult your doctor before use.
Purchasing Snoreeze products
Snoring is a complicated problem, with many different causes. This is why the Snoreeze range consists of so many products; to try and provide a product suited to every snorer. If you use a Snoreeze product and find that it does not relieve your snoring, it might be that you would be more suited to another product in the range. Make sure to read the detailed product descriptions provided on the website or use the “Diagnose your Snoring” questionnaire before making a product choice. If you are still having issues, you can contact our customer service team who will help you with any concerns.
You can buy Snoreeze products directly from us using this website. Selected Snoreeze products can also be purchased from Boots, Holland & Barrett, Ocado, Amazon, Lloyds Pharmacy, Well Pharmacy, Rowlands Pharmacy, and a range of independent pharmacies.
The Snoreeze Oral Device treats sleep apnoea and targets the main cause of snoring. Its adjustable design brings the lower jaw forward to create free space behind your tongue and ensure your airway stays open at night. This clears the obstructed upper airway, allowing air to flow through easily, providing effective relief from sleep apnoea and snoring.
Snoreeze Nasal Spray’s unique blend of natural ingredients coat the nasal passages to open the nasal airways and improve airflow throughout the night.
Snoreeze Throat Spray/Lozenges/Oral Strips patented dual action, time-based formulation tones and lubricates the soft tissues at the back of the throat to provide effective snoring relief for up to 8 hours.
Yes. Different combinations of both Oral and Nasal Snoreeze products can work together to stop your snoring.
Snoreeze Nasal Spray and Nasal Strips have been developed for those who snore because of colds, allergies, or a blocked nose and work by relieving nasal congestion.
All Snoreeze products – Throat Spray, Nasal Spray, Lozenges, Nasal Strips, Oral Strips, Oral Device – target the main causes of snoring and have been developed with the loudest snorers in mind. We would usually advise people to try one of these products first, as they work for the majority of snorers.
Snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA)
Smoking can irritate and damage the tissues at the back of the throat. This causes your airways to become inflamed, leading to frequent and louder snoring.
If you are overweight, the increased tissue mass around your neck could narrow the airways in your throat. This can lead to frequent and loud snoring.
The main cause of snoring is relaxed muscle tension in the back of the throat, which can lead to a narrowing of the airways and vibrations of relaxed muscle tissue. Another cause of snoring is congestion of the nasal passages which can limit or block airflow through the nose. This can be due to colds, allergies, or a blocked nose, which forces you to breathe through your mouth and can lead to snoring. Lifestyle factors such as drinking alcohol, smoking, and being overweight can all make you more likely to snore.