SNORE SPRAY REVIEWS

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          There are two different sprays in the market, Throat Spray and Nasal Spray. Snoring is caused by sounds or vibrations that our throat makes when it is very dry. It is also caused by built up mucous on our nose that makes us breathe through our mouth. If we breathe through our mouth, our tongue will fall backwards and might block the airways.

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Throat Spray is use to lubricate the back of your throat to lessen the vibrations that your throat makes and helps shrink swollen tissues in the throat and helps dry built-up mucous in the sinus passages. It reduces loudness and frequency of snoring. You don’t need to wear anything on your mouth to keep it close. It has no side-effects, non-drowsy, no contraindications and non-addictive. A person should apply 3 sprays at the back of the throat 30 minutes before bedtime and not to drink or eat after applying. Though expensive, continuous use may help to reduce and to stop snoring. But the result may vary from one person to another. Some says it doesn’t work from them but some do.

SNORE SPRAY REVIEWS

SNORE SPRAY REVIEWS

eThis spray is only use to cure simple snoring. But if a person is suffering from Sleep Apnea, it is better to consult a doctor. This prevents your throat from being sore and dry. It relieves snoring or may reduce it. It is made up of harmless ingredients that consist of natural oils that lubricate the throat including the tonsils that makes sound or vibrations when you sleep.

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Nasal Spray is used when your nose is clogged up with mucus. Too much mucus in the nose and throat will aggravate snoring because they tend to breathe through their mouth. Majority of these sprays are harmless and organic.

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