Anti Snoring Devices

Anti Snoring Devices

Anti Snoring Devices

We proudly offer a range of medical grade, natural snoring solutions to help eliminate snoring. We also provide peace and quiet to partners who long for good night’s sleep due to snoring partners.

Shop our selection of snoring aids today!

The Oscimed Anti Snoring Belt

The Oscimed Anti Snoring Belt is an ingenious solution for snoring and sleep apnea. It consists of a smart electronic device that communicates with a chest belt. As the user falls asleep, it starts to vibrate when they are on their back so that they can be alerted & turn onto their side. The soft, adjustable belt is worn around the chest or waist, either on the skin or over an undergarment. The antiperspirant belt helps them stay comfortable while being effective at preventing snoring and sleep apnea caused by sleeping on your back.
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Somnofit Anti Snoring Device

The Somnofit Anti Snoring Device is a patented medical device that reduces or entirely removes snoring and mild to moderate sleep apnoea. The Somnofit is a mandibular advancement anti-snoring device (MAD) that is an innovative snoring solution designed and manufactured by a Swiss Medical Company. It is recommended by Doctors, Pharmacists & Sleep Physicians globally as a successful sleep solution against obstructive sleep apnoea and patients who cannot tolerate CPAP machines.
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Clipair Nasal Device for Breathing & Snoring

Swiss-made Clipair, the nasal device that helps you breathe and sleep better! This discreet and comfortable stent fits easily into the nose and holds the sides of the nose open, even during strong inspirations. That means you can finally breathe through your nose freely again, and say goodbye to snoring. The Clipair nasal dilator is perfect for those who suffer from difficult nasal breathing, a narrow nose or nasal valve, or for those who use a CPAP mask. It's also great for athletes who want to improve their breathing during sports. Try Clipair today and see how much better you'll feel!
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AIRMAX Nasal Breathing Device


The specially designed Airmax, made of super soft medical grade silicone, has tiny wings that expand the narrowest parts of the nasal passage to increase airflow. This comfortable device provides an effective and straightforward solution for all people who have difficulties breathing and snoring.

The Airmax is perfect for people who have trouble breathing, especially during sleep. It is the ideal solution for people who snore at night or for those who have difficulty sleeping due to allergies, colds or touches of flu.

It is a cost-effective and natural solution to help with your breathing troubles!

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how to stop snoring naturally?

lose weight

Weight loss may improve your snoring. In a study of 20 obese men, losing weight significantly reduced the severity and frequency of noisy breathing! Losing even just 3 kilos can make all the difference in reducing fatty tissue around our mouth/ throat area. 
A small change like this might reduce your tendency to honk that harmonica. 

no alcohol

Drinks and drugs are not your friend when it comes to sleeping. “Alcohol reduces the tone of muscles in the back of the throat. The more you drink, the more relaxed the tissues and muscles become, and the louder you will snore. Additionally, people who don’t normally snore can do so after drinking alcohol four-five hours before bedtime. 

nasal devices

Nasal Dilators are an affordable and effective way to reduce your snoring. These devices open up the airways to breathe more, snore less and sleep better, without medication or surgery! Dilators are  an easy-to-use, small device made from soft adjustable polymers that sit comfortably inside your nose to open the airways and prevent snoring. 

sleep Position

 When you sleep on your back, gravity naturally narrows down your airways and causes your tongue airways, and causes the tongue, soft palate (throat) to collapse to the back of your throat, causing snoring. Lying flat also makes the diaphragm have to work harder to expand the lungs. Side sleeping is the best position to reduce compression of the airways. 

Why do we snore?

Snoring arises from various factors: mouth and sinus anatomy, alcohol, allergies, colds, and weight. As you transition into deep sleep, throat muscles relax, narrowing the airway. Snoring could signal sleep apnea, a severe condition. Consult your doctor for underlying issues. Lifestyle changes like avoiding alcohol, side sleeping, and weight loss can help ensure restful nights for you and your partner, along with considering solutions like chin straps and nasal strips.

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is snoring dangerous?

The diagnosis of snoring on its own is usually considered harmless, but for some people it indicates a more serious underlying medical condition or sleep disorder.

Throat-based snoring is the loudest and most dangerous type of snoring. It’s an indication that someone might have sleep apnea. Sleep Apnea, a potentially serious sleep disorder, in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts. If untreated, it can not only cause daytime tiredness, but also lead to more serious troubles, such as high blood pressure or heart problems.

In adults, the most common cause of obstructive sleep apnea is excess weight. During sleep, when throat and tongue muscles are more relaxed, this soft tissue can cause the airway to become blocked.

If you’re overly sleepy during the day, snore often or loudly, and/or have a partner who notices that sometimes when they wake up in the middle of the night to poke, prod or check on you, it might be a good idea to talk to your doctor about any  possible underlying medical conditions or sleep disorder.

Sleep Apnea and snoring?

If you or your partner snore loudly and feel tired even after a full night’s sleep, or find yourself gasping or choking for air. It is possible that your nights are being interrupted by sleep apnea. A person with sleep apnea tends to snore louder than others and has a hard time breathing. They often pause for 10 seconds or more while taking their next breath.

How do I get rid of sleep apnea?

 Try a Nasal Dilator

 Sleep on your side

 Avoid Sedatives

Lose weight 

Exercise regularly.

Drink alcohol in moderation

Don’t Smoke


With recent studies showing that 45% of the population snore occasionally and 25% snore regularly it’s easy to understand that snoring is a leading factor contributing to poor sleep - and all the associated problems that come with it.

For the snorer, it can be a sign of underlying health issues but is often the result of factors that are controllable, but if you are the partner of a regular or loud snorer there can be little more frustrating than trying to sleep through the deep resonant sound of continual snoring whilst your partner, sleeps, apparently oblivious to the noise.

In fact, snoring often ruins the quality of sleep for the snorer, and if all the usual remedies such as avoiding alcohol, not sleeping on your back and losing weight have made little difference it may be time to try one of a range of anti snoring devices.

At Sleep and Sound, we supply a number of snoring devices such as the Somnofit Anti Snoring Device, recommended by doctors, that can completely prevent snoring and can even combat mild sleep apnea, or the Oscimed Anti Snoring Belt that recognises when the wearer is sleeping on their back and gently vibrates, encouraging them to change their sleeping position.

In addition, there is a selection of simple nasal devices which help to keep airways open thus reducing the instances and severity of snoring.

Everyone needs good sleep to maintain health and lifestyle – there’s no need to let snoring have a negative effect upon your life.

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