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Snorezip Oral Spray
After a few months of trying various snoring remedies, I came across an oral spray from Snorezip. With a quick glance at the label I saw that it was made with natural ingredients and that there were no artificial substances, which means no side effects. What persuaded me to try this particular remedy the most, however, is that it promised instant results, so I decided to give it a go...
Benefits of Snorezip Oral Spray
One of the biggest benefits of the spray is its ease of use. All I had to do was spray a bit of it under my tongue twice a day. I have previously tried other snoring remedies such as mouthpieces which can take a while to adjust, so the oral spray was a pleasant change. There's no negative taste at all and thanks to the lack of any artificial substances, you won't suffer from any side effects. Unlike some other snoring remedies, it effectively gets to work on reducing the build up of mucus, which has made my snoring worse in the past.
How does it work?
The spray has been designed to thin and loosen any mucus. It won't stop other causes of snoring though, such as the tongue falling back and blocking airways. Although mucus itself usually won't cause snoring, it can make snoring worse. If you're suffering from a build up of mucus, you may notice that this has an impact on your snoring. All you have to do is spray the product under your tongue a couple of times each day, and it will start acting on any mucus build-up that you may have.
Does it really work?
If you're a regular snorer, the Snorezip oral spray probably isn't for you. Although it will help with mucus, it's unlikely that this alone will be the cause of your snoring. In my experience, I noticed more of a difference whilst I had a cold because the illness had resulted in a build up of mucus.
Although it did help with my snoring in that it reduced it slightly, I wouldn't say it was a great solution on its own. I'd perhaps recommend using the oral spray along with another method that will keep the jaw in place. Mucus which causes long term snoring is incredibly rare, but I have heard of people that experience it. If that's the case with you, then the oral spray may be able to help.
What are the pros and cons?
The business behind the oral spray have not had any complaints filed against them, and have a generally good reputation when it comes to the products they produce. The main issue with the Snorezip oral spray is that it is simply not a snoring solution for everyone. Whilst it claims to work to reduce snoring immediately, this won't be the case if you don't have a build up of mucus. Most people's snoring is caused by other factors, and although mucus can further block the airways and make snoring worse, it's very rare that it's the sole cause of snoring.
On a more positive note, the Snorezip oral spray is incredibly easy to use and offers decent value for money. If you're not a fan of snoring solutions that you have to wear and don't want to spend too much on an anti-snoring product, then it might be worth trying the oral spray to see if it helps. Ultimately, if your snoring is temporary because of a heavy cold or seasonal allergies, then the oral spray should work well for you. However, if you're a regular snorer who suffers with the condition more permanently, then it's probably worth looking for another solution.
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