What Causes Snoring?

Snoring noise is caused by turbulent air that vibrates the soft tissues in your airway. As you sleep the tissue in the back of your throat and in your nasal passages relax, and your tongue collapses in the back of your throat which narrows the airway and creates the turbulent air.

Many factors can contribute to snoring, including age, weight gain, alcohol and tobacco use, and sleep position. No matter what factors may be contributing to you or your bed partner’s snoring, the best solutions work to widen the airway and keep it clear of obstruction and the turbulent air that causes snoring.

Stop Snoring At The Source

Snoring Solutions Backed By Research & Technology

The ZQuiet anti-snoring mouthpiece stops snoring at its source. By gently advancing your lower jaw, it widens the airway in the back of the throat to stop tissue vibration and quiet the snoring noise. ZQuiet’s mouthpiece is backed by decades of research and works right out of the box.

Restricted Airway Causes Snoring

ZQuiet Opens the Airway To Stop Snoring

Watch the Technology in Action

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Watch Closely! Most snoring is caused by your jaw relaxing and falling back. Surrounding soft tissues collapse and restrict breathing. Your lungs work hard to force air through this compromised space, resulting in the snoring sound. ZQuiet corrects this. It gently positions your lower jaw slightly forward; helping to open your airway and keeping it clear in any sleeping position. You’ll effectively treat snoring and both sleep better from the very first night. Guaranteed!

Breathe Better, Sleep Better

Increase airflow and oxygen to achieve quiet, healty sleep.

Humans are designed to inhale and breathe through our nose while we sleep. Sinus congestion, inflammation, and soft tissue collapsing during sleep can restrict natural airflow and create air turbulence that creates snoring noise and diminishes oxygen intake.

How It Works

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Trina Webster: A lot of people call us at ZQuiet and say hey does a nasal dilator really work to treat snoring and the answer is yes. Unlike tape that goes over your nose a nasal dilator is a product that goes just inside your nostrils and props open your airway. Anytime your airway is clear you have less snoring so it really effectively works for that nasal snoring and the other thing about a nasal dilator is no matter what you're just getting more oxygen. So let me ask you this, if you're going to go outside and exercise would you like all the oxygen or just enough to get by because, that's what a nasal dilator does for your brain all night long. It increases your air flow which makes your snoring go away and your sleep is more restful so you're waking up feeling so much better in the morning. I highly recommend a nasal dilator for sleeping, for the treatment of snoring, and actually even just for exercise. My husband uses his when he goes on long bike rides because he's just getting more air. It's an awesome product and well worth a try. I hope this is helpful.

How To Silence The Noise And Sleep Blissfully.

When you sleep with a snorer, you lose an average of 1 hour of sleep a night. After just one week, that’s a full night’s sleep lost.

How It Works

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This video suggests the difference between Active Noise Cancelling Vs Noise Masking in which QuietOn gives BETTER, PEACEFUL & RESTFUL SLEEP AND KEEP HAPPY ALL THE TIME.

Not Your Average Earplugs!

Why You Snore

Earplugs Designed for Sleeping

Each of these compact earplugs provide passive noise reduction and use specialized noise filters that reduce snoring and other environmental noises by up to 27 decibels.

1. Hypo Allergenic - Material is safe and easy to clean

2. Ultra Comfort - Soft, flexible tips minimize pressure on the ear canal

3. Integrated Pull Tab - Allows for easy removal

4. Attenuation Filter - Provides 27 dB of passive noise reduction

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How Snoring Impacts Your Health

When you snore, your sleep is negatively impacted. When you lose sleep, you may experience weight gain, mood disorders, lack of focus resulting in accidents, poor performance at work, and relationship and family stress. Snoring is associated with high blood pressure, heart disease, reduced sexual function, diabetes, and stroke. Snoring affects bed partners, too. On average, the bed partner of a snorer loses an average of one hour of sleep per night.

Founded in 2008, ZQuiet offers a range of solutions to stop snoring. The ZQuiet mouthpiece stops what causes snoring at its source and is an FDA-cleared device that has helped millions of people stop snoring. ZQuiet now offers a range of snoring remedies and snoring aids to help snorers and the bed partners of snoring, including nasal breathing aids, positional therapy aids, and snore cancelling earbuds and earplugs.

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