Reviewers say the following
about seaching for help to stop snoring:
- Investigate claims carefully. Consumer magazines have asked various manufacturers of snoring "cures" for evidence to back up their claims; usually,
none is forthcoming. Just because a website says its snoring remedy is "95
percent effective" is no reason to believe it's true.
- Know when you need to
see a doctor. If your snoring is so severe that you wake up
numerous times during the night, you may have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA),
a potentially serious condition. If you think you have OSA, make an appointment
with a doctor immediately.
- Decide if the cure is worse than the
up to you (or your spouse/partner) to judge if the discomfort of an internal
or external nasal dilator is worth a slight reduction in snoring. If a snoring
remedy is so uncomfortable that you can't sleep, you've just replaced one
problem with another.