Nasal strips are one of the most economical, comfortable and affordable ways of getting a better night's sleep. You’ve probably heard it all, or maybe you haven’t because your snore has become THAT loud. Let us give you the low down, when most people get to the stage of acceptance in the snoring journey, then they start to research proper solutions for their snoring issue. They will come across nasal strips and because they aren’t industrious, invasive, expensive or let’s be honest, much to look at, they are often thrown to the wayside because the belief that they work is close to impossible. How do they actually help you breathe in a way that doesn’t alarm the neighbours or get...
Snoring, it's one of those things that everyone denies they do, especially when they are confronted with the facts. The snorer’s partner will tell the snorer that they snore, and yet the snorer will not believe it. Many feel a sense of shame, awkwardness and discomfort when told they snore. Why? It’s a natural issue, it happens in 70% of adults at one stage or another and yet when faced with the issue, we (the snorer) sweep it under the rug. We have collated the five stages of a snorer before they accept and face the snoring at hand.
Enjoying a well rested sleep is becoming further from the truth. In this day and age we are engrossed in blue light, yellow light, digital stimulants, organic stimulants and stress that seems to build up over time rather than dissipate into the background. It’s a wonder how anyone gets sleep in the 21st century! There are many sleep heroes parading on the market, many dressing their brand up in a clinical laboratory coat and a bazillion promises to aid your already whirring mind. Sleep Quiet is different. It doesn’t pretend to be anything it isn’t, it’s promise? To sleep quietly. So who are they and what real difference will they make amongst the competitor noise?
Are we desensitised to the issue of snoring? Is it actually a topic that we recognise as a constant issue? Obesity rates skyrocketing, consistent back issues and even asthma trump the topic of snoring any day when it comes to distinguishing health problems in Australia. How can we really blame them? We’ve been sucked into watching Disney characters like Pluto, Humphrey the Bear and Donald Duck snore for days. The comical element brushes the serious out of the issue. If it's not deemed serious by society what is the urgency about getting the help the snorer needs. Why is it important to admit there is an issue?