Snore Less. Sleep More.
It's Quiet Time in The Woodlands
You know the unmistakable sound of a snore when you hear it. Sometimes, it makes you want to run into another room. Other times, you want to jam earplugs in your ears to get some peace. Snoring is not only an issue for everyone who sleeps near you, but it’s affecting how well you sleep and breathe.
Do you ever get the 8 or 10 hours of shut-eye only to wake up
feeling like you never even went to bed?
Do you always wake up with a dry mouth or a headache you can’t explain?
Do you wake up with a strange/bitter taste in your mouth?
Snoring could be to blame.
Why Do We Snore?
Sometimes while you’re sleeping, air has a tough time moving freely through your mouth and nose. This can occur when you’re struggling with congestion from a cold or other illness. However, it can also be a sign that your airway is narrow or has narrowed over time, causing your tissues to vibrate, erupting in what we all know as a snore.