Sleep Treatments | Sleep Review
Nasal dilator maker Mute recently commissioned a Harris survey to better understand how common snoring is and how it affects others.
The survey of 2,050 US adults found that a person who snores lives in a full two-thirds of US households. That’s a whopping 79,498,991 households across the country.
Among the survey participants who live with a person who snores, more than half (55%) describe snoring as worse than the noise from road construction works, around two-fifths (44%) sleep in a separate room and almost three-fifths (57%) therefore sleep in a separate room %) pushed or pushed the sleeper.
Of single people who snore and want to be in a romantic relationship, 36% admit that they would lie about their snoring on a dating app.
“I can’t imagine anyone wanting to say of a loved one that the sound of a jackhammer rumbling is preferable to snoring. But this kind of embarrassment can easily be avoided by finding the right snoring solution, which I may add that 71% of those who live with a snore wish their partner would, ”said John Ende, vice president for North America at Mute, in a publication. “Mute opens the airway in your nose to encourage breathing through your nose instead of snoring through your mouth. It’s gentle and comfortable, and I’d say it’s a better option than putting an elbow to your ribs or sleeping on the sofa. “