How Ysnore Works
Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syntrome
The simple premise of the anti snoring nasal spray is that it provides clearance of the nasal airways when sprayed into the nostrils which allow normal breathing through the nose during sleep.
The unique patented formulation as tested in Clinical trails in the Stanford University USA shows that the lubricating effect of the homeopathic ingredients combining the yam root prevents dryness and lessen friction in the uvula, tongue and tonsils area when the mouth is open during sleep which further reduces the sound caused when this airway is obstructed. This simple dual dynamic of keeping the nostril clear and uvula lubricated also increases the dual-dimensional airway – reducing the air velocity and subsequently the soft-tissue vibrations caused by it. In theory and in clinical tests, this process can eliminate or, at the very least, significantly reduce snoring.
The theory behind the anti-snoring nasal spray and its ability to prevent snoring sounds is great, but for theory to move into the realm of truth there must be some research and studies that prove its hypothetical proposition. The Clinical Tests was conducted through the Stanford University Sleep Disorder Center and has confirms that when the anti snoring nasal spray formulation is used before bedtime, it prevents those soft tissue vibrations. In simple, by increasing the smooth nostril airway breathing during sleep and reducing the soft-tissue vibrations, snoring can be completely eliminated in many cases and significantly reduced in others.
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What Causes Snoring?
Snoring sounds are usually the result of the opening of the mouth and the relaxation of the muscles at the back of the mouth as a person falls into a deeper state of sleep. The deeper a person sleeps, the more relaxed these muscles become. When the mouth opens it allows the tongue to fall to the back of the mouth. Ysnore anti-snoring products counteract this issue while you sleep. Not only does it help you sleep, but can also help reduce some serious health risks and effects. It is true that more men are prone to snoring that women, but snoring can affect everyone residing in the same house as the snorer. Some of the risks of snoring that can affect the snorer and their loved ones:
- Daytime sleepiness
- Frequent frustration or anger
- Difficulty concentrating
- High blood pressure, heart conditions and stroke
- Increased risk of behavior issues in children such as learning problems and aggression
- Increased risk of car accidents due to lack of sleep
- Disrupting bed partner’s sleep
The Effects of Snoring
Narrow airways. May people who are overweight could have extra tissues in the back of their throat which may narrow the airways. Having a low, thick, soft palate can also narrow the airway due to relaxation and spreading of the tissue causing airflow to be minimized during sleep. Similarly, an elongated uvula (triangular piece of tissue hanging in the back of your throat) can obstruct airflow and cause vibration to increase – snoring.
Drinking too much before bed can cause your body to be relaxed to the point where even your throat muscles soften and reduce your body’s natural defense against breathing obstruction when asleep.
These can be anything from allergies causing chronic nasal congestion to a crooked partition between your nostrils – can be attributed to a condition at birth, or a broken nose.
This is a very serious condition where your throat tissues can partially or even completely block the airway, preventing breathing. This can be associated with Obstructive Sleep Apnea which we’ve provided more detail on how this works below.