Mouth Breather

Somni Snore Guard - For Mouth Breathers

If you are a 'mouth breather' and sleep with your mouth open you will probably snore. When we breathe in through the nose the air passes over the curved part of the soft palate in a gentle flow into the throat without creating unnecessary turbulence. When we breathe in through the mouth however, the air hits the back of the throat 'head on' and can create enormous vibrations in the soft tissue.

You can promote nasal breathing and eliminate bad breath with our range of mouth breathing devices.

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