As many as one in four people in England snore regularly. Snoring can affect people of all ages, including children, although it's more common in adults aged 40-60. Twice as many men than women snore.
Scotland topped a recent survey by leading mattress manufacturer, with 61% of respondents admitting that either they or their partner snored – and 17% of those affected by snoring have considered surgery to fix the problem.
As many as one in four of us inn the UK is prone to snoring, which can be disruptive for both snorer and their partner. It can often lead to excessive tiredness, poor concentration and even relationship problems.
As part of the Great British Survey, it was said that 48% of partners are obliged to sleep in separate rooms to get a good night’s sleep.
Solusnore lozenges are sugar-free and specially formulated to gradually impregnate the flexible tissue in the throat to help prevent snoring. A number of factors can contribute to the slackening of these tissues including age and alcohol and tobacco consumption.
Active ingredients include vitamins E and B5, which help to prevent cell ageing and aid healing, mint oil to aid fresh breath, aloe vera and pectin.
Simply suck one tablet slowly to enable the gradual release of pectin. Lying down will allow for optimum lubrication of the soft tissue of the throat, thereby preventing any vibration. Pectin is designed to coat the essential oil and help prolong its action.
Taken one hour before bedtime, one Solusnore lozenge is enough for full night’s sleep and can help prevent snoring for up to eight hours – you’ll even wake up with minty-fresh breath.