Snoring is a problem of both genders and a problem among all ages. It can occur nightly or intermittently. Overweight males are most at risk and become more of an issue with age.Snoring disrupts your own and your partner’s sleep. Because of fragmented sleep, it translates into a poor daytime function. Studies have shown that heart disease and sleep apnea are associated with snoring and 50% of people who snore have obstructive SLEEP APNEA.

During sleep, the muscles of the throat relax and the tongue falls backward so the throat becomes