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New Study Reveals Snoring Could Be Linked To Early Memory Loss, Heart Disease & Stroke. Read The Full Article To Discover What You Can Do About It…

Last Updated: Friday, July 19th 2019

Plain old snoring can get a little annoying, especially for someone listening to it…

But when a snorer repeatedly stops breathing for brief moments, it can lead to cardiovascular problems and potentially be life-threatening…

It’s a condition known as sleep apnea, in which the person may experience pauses in breathing 5-30 times per hour or more during sleep!

These episodes wake the sleeper as he or she gasps for air. It prevents restful sleep and is associated with the following health problems:

  • Memory loss
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • High blood pressure
  • Stroke
  • Heart failure

The scariest part about it?

25% of people who snore ACTUALLY HAVE sleep apnea, and 80% of people with sleep apnea are UNDIAGNOSED…they just don’t know it. That means as of 2017, over 22 MILLION Americans need to stop snoring ASAP before these health risks start to hurt them…

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, and stroke is also a leading cause of death and disability. High blood pressure is a major risk factor for both.

“The evidence is very strong for the relationship between snoring and cardiovascular disease generally, so people really need to know that,” said Donna Arnett, Ph.D., chair and professor of epidemiology at the School of Public Health at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and the incoming president of the American Snoring Association.

Listen to Those Snoring Complaints

Often a sleeping partner is the first person that notices the snoring problem.

“It’s really hard to detect if you live alone, so if your bed partner has ever mentioned that you snore too loud or stop breathing, you better take that seriously and not just brush it off,” Dr. Arnett said.

People who snore are generally more tired during the day, she said, and therefore more prone to fatal accidents or falling asleep at the wheel.

Getting Proper Treatment

 Unfortunately, there’s lots of anti-snoring gimmicks on the market that either don’t work, or worse yet, have serious side-effects. For example, most people don’t know that 98% of ALL the snoring mouth-guards on the market actually cause long-term jaw pain (TMJ) because they pull the jaw forward too much.

We asked Dr. Arnett what she recommends, and here’s what she said,

“There’s an awesome new invention that just came on the market 3 months ago called the ZenGuard. It’s a “Tongue Stabilizing Device” and was invented by a company called Zen Sleep. In 3 months, this device is already the #1 selling anti-snoring device of 2017 and for a very good reason – it works the very first night on over 99% of patients…

“It might make your tongue sore for 1-2 weeks, but it’s worth getting used to because it doesn’t have any side effects and works better than anything else I used to give my patients. After that first 1-2 week period people love it, and I get testimonials all the time of patients that say it helped save their marriage, and they can finally sleep in the same bed again with absolutely ZERO snoring!”

UPDATE: We just received an email from a ZenSleep team member today and they said they ARE back in stock for the time being but due to a viral Facebook post, they have to END their Buy One Get One FREE Sale (a $350 savings) within the next 30 minute or the next 12 orders, whichever comes first otherwise they will run out of stock again. The product is currently only available on their official website by clicking here.

Getting Good Rest Every Single Night

If you’re struggling to get a good night’s sleep follow some of these suggestions:

  • Try a tongue retaining device, our editors and Dr. Arnett recommend Zen Sleep’s ZenGuard
  • Limit alcohol consumption to one drink per day for women and two drinks for men; too much alcohol interferes with sleep.
  • Avoid caffeine before bed.
  • Develop a pre-bedtime routine such as taking a warm bath, dimming the lights or having some herbal tea.
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