The Snoring Mouthpiece Review, which is based in Long Beach, California, has published a new blog post that offers advice to people suffering from exhaustion when they wake up in the morning. The article is titled, “Are You Exhausted When You Wake Up In The Morning?” It presents some remedies for people who feel exhausted even after waking up in the morning. It is pointed out that the primary reason is that the person is not getting enough sleep and that it could be even be related to a more serious condition, which is sleep apnea.
Steve Walker, a spokesperson for The Snoring Mouthpiece Review, says, “Sleep apnea actually causes you to stop breathing while sleeping. Your airway gets blocked as your muscles relax during sleep with the result that little to no air gets to your lungs. So, even if you think you’ve slept long enough, you still feel exhausted when you wake up in the morning. This sleep disorder is also the reason why you snore so loud.”
Steve continues, “The condition is indicated by loud snoring that is usually followed by choking noises. And if the brain detects that insufficient oxygen is getting into the body, the person instinctively wakes up to be able to breathe again and this may happen several times during the night. No wonder, you feel exhausted when you wake up in the morning.”
It should be noted that loud snoring does not necessarily mean that a person suffers from sleep apnea. It is loud snoring that is followed by choking or gasping sounds, or silent pauses may likely indicate sleep apnea. It often results into sleep deprivation, which is indicated in the morning as fatigue, unintentional napping, difficulty concentrating, mood swings, and irritability. Other common symptoms include insomnia, feeling tired even after having a full night’s sleep, headaches and migraines, reduced sex drive, nocturia, and loss of memory.
Meanwhile, a solution for snoring is the Good Morning Snore Solution (GMSS). This is a snoring mouthpiece that helps people manage their snoring. It is a Tongue Stabilizing Device (TSD) mouthpiece that is unique when compared to other mouthpieces, which are usually Mandibular Advancement Devices (MADs). The GMSS will work even for people with temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder or those have any type of specialized dental work, such as bridges, dentures, and others.
The GMSS is FDA-cleared and the company that produces it is accredited by the Better Business Bureau. It is comfortable to wear because it is flexible and made of soft material. It is also safe because it is free from BPA. Also, there is no problem about getting the proper size or adjusting it because it is a one size fits all mouthpiece.
There are several reasons why the GMSS is a good snoring solution for many people. First, it is more affordable that most oral appliances, which usually need to be customized by a dentist. Many of these “dentist-only” devices are within the price range of $2000 to $3000. Second, the GMSS has been clinically tested to be effective and safe. Third, the mouthpiece will adjust to the shape of the person’s mouth, in the same way that a pacifier does with a baby, and will not disturb the person’s sleep. Fourth, the GMSS works by controlling the tongue instead of the jaw, which MADs are designed to do. It is, therefore, more effective because the tongue is much more malleable compared to the jaw bone
With these mouthpieces, people who suffer from sleep apnea may not just avoid waking up exhausted in the morning. They may also be able to avoid other serious diseases that have been linked to sleep apnea, such as stroke, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, depression, diabetes, liver problems, and metabolic syndrome.
Of course, it is always a good idea to consult a doctor to really make sure about a person’s condition. People who are interested in the GMSS details and other devices to help stop snoring and sleep apnea may want to check out The Snoring Mouthpiece Review website.
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