7 ways snoring affects your day

  1. You’re sleep deprived and tired and so is your partner. No one likes starting the day that way!
  2. You lack of concentration. This is definitely something that cannot be tampered with, especially at work with important activities all day long.
  3. Your appearance suffers. Everyone likes to look their best – no one wants to see those black bags underneath your eyes with a face that cries out extreme fatigue!
  4. You feel anxious and moody. A restless night means a restless day full of frustration and anger. It’s not pleasant for your colleagues when you become irritated and snap, and it’s certainly not something your family want to come home to either.
  5. Your muscles ache. Poor sleep amounts to a feeling of tiredness and exhaustion that leads your body to lack energy and strength.
  6. You try to compensate with too much caffeine. Although you may feel your caffeine supply works successfully in the short term by keeping you awake and buzzing, the long term effects are damaging to your body. These health risks can cause serious consequences and make you all the more tired.
  7. You feel like you’re ruining relationships that mean the most to you. Annoying your loved ones can be an upsetting cyclical pattern. It needs to be broken right away with Mute!

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So are you sick of the 7 ways snoring is affecting your day? Then try Mute – it’s anatomically designed to stent the nasal airways, allowing snorers to breathe more easily through their nose and keep the mouth closed during sleep. It’s available in a Trial pack and as well as three sizes.

Go on then, give Mute a try – it’s cheaper than a divorce!

You think you can’t escape snoring, but have you tried Mute?

You’ve tried nasal strips and sprays and different sleeping positions, you’ve humidified the bedroom and sipped pre-bed herbal infusions, but snoring still seems to be the most faithful companion to your sleeping time!

Even if you feel like you’ve tried everything, now is not the time to give up – it’s time to try new Mute, which is helping many snorers breathe more and snore less.

Mute is anatomically designed to stent the nasal airways, allowing snorers to breathe more easily through their nose and keep the mouth closed during sleep. In turn this reduces vibration in the airways that causes snoring. In trials, 75% of couples reported a reduction in the frequency and volume of snoring and found it more effective than other products. The technology behind Mute increases airflow on average by 38%, which may alleviate congestion, another critical factor to a reduction in snoring and a better quality of sleep.

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Mute has even managed to quieten down the sounds of ‘a low-flying jet’, from the UK’s loudest snorer, Jenny Chapman. So, why not act now, and give the trial pack a go? Follow this link to get yourself a Mute starter pack and find your perfect size!

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Different Sleeping Habits From Around The World

Sleep. A necessity for good health and wellbeing, which is undervalued given we spend over a third of our lives in bed!

While everyone tries to get the optimum seven to eight hours sleep per night, have you ever thought how your habits compare to others around you, or different cultures around the world?

A survey by KJT Group across 10 countries found Australians tend to wake up earliest, with 12% of people rising before 5am during the working week.

This is compared to 16% of Japanese night owls who recorded going to bed past 1am or later during the week, and 25% sleeping into the early afternoon, only to wake up around 1pm on the weekend.

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Twenty two per cent of UK respondents reported they felt strongly impacted by their bed partner’s poor sleeping habits, such as snoring.

This is supported by a second Omnibus study of UK, US and Australian couples, whereby UK couples report a higher likelihood to throw their spouse out of the bedroom for snoring, compared to couples in the US and Australia.

The nationwide UK Omnibus study also revealed that for 20% of Brits, both partners in the relationship snore.
Americans love their comedy and snoring is a rib tickling subject – 37% of respondents said ‘we laugh about it’ when questioned on the effects of snoring on their relationship. However, this isn’t the case in the UK and Australia, with 10% and 12% respectively finding it no laughing matter.

Overall, no matter where you live in the world, sleeping and sleep habits are something we all have in common and better quality sleep is something we need more of!

Want to learn more about how to get a peaceful night’s sleep? Here are three easy steps to sleep better:

1. Get your bedroom right: Ensuring your bedroom is the right place for a good night’s sleep is vital. Ensuring your bedroom is dark, quiet and the temperature is the right setting is critical. Don’t forget that ventilation is important – nice fresh air is vital.
2. Focus on breathing using your Mute: Once you have your Mute in place, a simple focus on breathing deeply through your nose for three seconds and exhaling through your mouth for five seconds should help to calm your mind. Slow your breathing down and find a nice relaxed steady pace.
3. Relax your body from your toes to your nose: Once you get your breathing into a nice rhythm start relaxing by focusing on your toes. Wriggle your toes and then relax them, then move slowly and steadily up your body, relaxing each part until you reach your nose. Remember, deep steady breathing. In through your nose and then out. Have a good night’s sleep.