When it comes to snoring, there are only two kinds of snorers.
Type 1: It is a common snoring type that is characterized by the loud or grinding noise of the mouth. This is very annoying. Type 2: It is a type of snoring that causes you to have difficulty breathing, often requiring a long, drawn out breathing cycle. This type of snoring is quite difficult to manage and is quite rare. This product should be used if you have Type 2 snoring.
The "Snoring" and "Snoring Relief" labels are not related products. Snoring Relief is for patients who have had no previous medical diagnosis of snoring, who have normal breathing patterns, and who don't experience any side effects from the product. It is not for the faint of heart or the sensitive. There is a reason people have these labels: To protect you from snoring, which can be serious, especially for children, who should not be snoring for long periods of time. You can see how to make your own Snoring Relief, in our guide, How To Make A Snoring Relief. You can buy it at our store, for about $17.
How Can Snoring Relief Work? Snoring Relief works when your body's snoring triggers become triggered and stop breathing, because your body's snoring stops the breathing, you get up and walk around a bit, you take a deep breath to settle the breathing, you go to sleep, and the breathing becomes less and less.