What are Mouth Exercises?

Anti-snoring exercises can be of massive benefit to all snorers. Unlike conventional snoring remedies, these exercises treat the root cause of snoring - a weak upper airway. Snoring is caused by slack tissue in your airway increasing resistance to air passing through. Anti-snoring exercises aim to tone up this slackened tissue.

Staying Motivated with SnoreGym

If you have downloaded SnoreGym, congratulations! You have just unlocked a new exercise regime that could very well stop your snoring. But … We’ve…

Men vs. Women – Who Snores More?

Do men snore more than women? The short answer to this question is yes. There are sex differences when it comes to snoring. But there's a little bit…

Is Snoring Genetic?

Questions in life rarely have a definitive answer, and this is no exception. Here, the answer is an unsatisfying “yes and no”. There is a genetic…

The Science Behind SnoreGym

Researchers have found evidence to show that performing mouth exercises can reduce snoring and sleep apnea, improve deep sleep and give more rest to…


How to Cope with a Snoring Partner

If you’re losing sleep because of your partner’s snoring, there are some things you can do to help…

What is Sleep Apnea?

Apnea simply means “no breathing”. Sleep apnea is a serious condition where your airway repeatedly…

What is Snoring?

Snoring is the sound of the soft palate and other soft tissue in the upper airway vibrating. This…

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