Snoring can be a mild nuisance at best, but a dealbreaker at worst. In fact, a 2006 study by Rush Medical Center showed that couples who struggle with sleep apnea tend to have a high divorce rate. Even for singles, snoring is worrisome because it could also be a symptom of a chronic disease.
Today's review will look at AirSnore, a product that claims to help put an end to snoring. It's made up of two items: a mouthpiece and a bottle of drops, which could be bought separately, or as a set. The AirSnore mouthpiece is a free-size device that fits inside the mouth, and slightly lifts the jaw while sleeping to facilitate easier breathing. The AirSnore drops, on the other hand, help consumers sleep by clearing blocked airways — particularly useful for those suffering from colds, coughs, or chest infections.
The following sections will go through AirSnore's components, its promised benefits, its possible side effects, and its all-important customer feedback.