Snoring and Sleep Apnea
In Europe, about 25% of people snore every night, and one person out of two declares that they live with a snoring person. This amounts to 15 million snorers in the UK alone.
The problem may be common, but it is certainly not trivial. Besides spoiling the night's sleep of these people (two out of three snorers say they are often tired and in a bad mood), snoring is frequently caused by sleep apnea. The latter multiplies by five the risk of cancer and greatly increases the cardiovascular and diabetes risks.
Although many solutions exist, previously, none seemed to satisfy snorers, who suffer as a result from fragmented, less restful sleep, eventually leading to a considerable negative impact on their health, work and social life. This is where Nastent™ comes in - a solution like no other.
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