Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Press Release: Stop Snoring Tonight ….. For FREE!

Press Release: Stop Snoring Tonight ….. For FREE!

Share on StockTwits has published a short video that shows how to stop snoring tonight, using items you already have in your home.  Works for a majority of snorers, Try it! 
LIGHTNING RELEASES: Bellevue, WA, (11/18/2014) – Snoring is very common and also very annoying.  Studies report that approximately 90 million people in America snore.  And if you don’t snore, you probably sleep with a snorer.  Snoring is a huge social issue that touches almost every one of us., the largest snore prevention store in the US, is dedicated to helping people eliminate this very common affliction.   To solve this issue, we know that no single treatment works for everyone, but everyone CAN find a treatment that works for them. 
SnoreMart has published an easy “Stop Snoring Tonight for FREE” video that shows a simple solution based on the most common attribute of snoring:  Sleeping on your back.  Sleep professionals know that sleeping on your back, or the supine position, is highly correlated to snoring.  This is because gravity works against us in the supine position.  The muscles relax and the lower jaw falls backward.  This pushes the tongue and attached tissues into the airway.  And just like that, snoring occurs. 
The simplest tried and true remedy is to prevent us from sleeping on our back.  Here is how it works: Take a tennis ball and tape it to the back of an old t-shirt.  Wear the t-shirt to bed.  You won’t sleep on your back, it’s too uncomfortable.  Check out the video:    
If you want to find a more professional and easy solution to accomplish the same effect, check out our positional therapy devices on  Products include the Zzoma belt, Remetee Bumper Belt and the new SlumberBump.   A really interesting electronic device called the iRollover is also available.  Designed in a Chicago Sleep Laboratory, this device uses an accelerometer and a small recorder to play your recording of “Honey, Roll Over!”.  Clinically validated as a super effective alternative to the tennis ball. 
To find 60 other solutions to stop snoring, please visit the Superstore for Everything Snore:  
Contact Information:
Patrick Tessier
SnoreMart, Inc.
15731 NE 8th St, Unit 7447
Bellevue, WA  98008

Press Release: appointed Authorized Distributor for Zzoma Positional Sleep Apnea / Snoring Device

Press Release: appointed Authorized Distributor for Zzoma Positional Sleep Apnea / Snoring Device

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Press Release: appointed Authorized Distributor for Zzoma Positional Sleep Apnea / Snoring Device
Share on StockTwits has been appointed as an Authorized Distributor for Zzoma, the FDA cleared medical device for treatment of snoring and mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea.
LIGHTNING RELEASES: Bellevue, WA (12/2/2014) – Snoring and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) are part of the spectrum of an affliction called Sleep Disordered Breathing. Studies report that approximately 90 million people in America snore. And if you don’t snore, you probably sleep with a snorer. Snoring can also be a signal for obstructive sleep apnea, one of the most common medical conditions in North America. Fortunately, this serious condition can be easily treated.  
One of most effective and simple treatments is to prevent supine sleeping. In other words, don’t sleep on your back. Supine sleeping is highly correlated to the entire range of sleep disordered breathing. When we sleep on our back, gravity works against us. The lower jaw can fall backward, causing the tongue and surrounding tissue to clog the airway. The result is snoring for most people and obstructive sleep apnea as the condition becomes worst.
The Zzoma Positional Device, found at is one of the most effective devices to prevent supine sleeping. In the 2010 landmark study, published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, it was found that for patients with positional OSA, Zzoma is equivalent to CPAP therapy.
Patrick Tessier, CEO of SnoreMart Inc., said “Zzoma has been the go-to choice for Health Care professionals treating their patients with positional therapy for many years. It works great, backed by academic studies and non-invasive. Many people treating their sleep disordered breathing use this as the initial treatment.” It fits comfortably up to a 60 inch chest, is incredibly soft and well made. is the largest Snore Prevention Store in North America. Founded by a former snorer, SnoreMart is an authorized dealer for 25 of the finest manufacturers of snore prevention products in the world. To find 60 other solutions to stop snoring, please visit the Superstore for Everything Snore:
Contact Information:
Patrick Tessier, MBA
SnoreMart, Inc.

Monday, November 3, 2014

SnoreRx vs SnoreMD

Dear Sir or Madam,

How do you know whether a SnoreMD or SnoreRx will be preferable?

Thank you,

Dear Patricia,

Thanks for contacting SnoreMart. SnoreMD is a step up from the SnoreRx (made by the same manufacturer). We recommend SnoreMD for women, since it is 40% smaller by volume. Actually, anyone with a smaller arch will prefer the SnoreMD. See the photo above. SnoreMD and SnoreRx are both great products from the same manufacturer,  but SnoreMD has a few advantages.
  1. Sleek design: The SnoreMD has a sleeker design which attributes to the comfort of the device. By reducing the size of the SnoreMD even by small millimeters, it is a huge difference measured in comfort in your mouth.
  2. Open anterior: The SnoreMD design leaves an air gap between the upper and lower portion of the mouthpiece. This has proven to offer superior comfort to the wearer. It reduces a "claustrophobic" feeling and allows you to talk, drink, and breathe easy while wearing the device
 Also SnoreMD has superior construction. It is made from the same hypoallergenic materials as the SnoreRx, but they are fused together in the SnoreMD. Nothing can come apart. 
Thank you for asking this important question!


Monday, April 7, 2014

SleepPhones... Pajamas for your ears!

We’re happy to announce a wonderful new addition to our Superstore for Everything Snore family, a warm welcome to SleepPhones! A spin on traditional listening devices, the patented “headphone in a headband” design secures ultra-thin stereo headphones inside a soft, stretchy headband making them sleep-friendly. Developed by a family doctor, they provide a safe, all-natural way to encourage restful, audio-assisted relaxation without bulky headphones or uncomfortable ear buds.
SleepPhones come in two different styles: the classic and wireless. The classic Sleep Phones plug into most media devices, such as your iPod, smartphone, CD/DVD player, MP3 player, radio, white noise generator, computer and anything with a 3.5 mm jack. The wireless SleepPhones are Bluetooth-enabled allowing you to sync your sounds from a Bluetooth music player such as most smart phones or a computer with no bulky components or tangling wires.
If you have been searching for a comfortable solution to drown out your bed partners deafening sleep sounds, then you need to not look any further. Whether you decide to be serenaded to sleep by the sound of ocean waves, white noise, audio books or your own tunes, these “pajamas for your ears” certainly do the trick. These little guys are also washable, hypoallergenic and RoHS/CE compliant with the highest standard for electronics. With a more than 9 out of 10 customer recommendation, they just scream reputable.
Given the abundance of positive appraisals for these products, I took upon myself to give them a trial run. Truth is, I’ve had a hard time taking them off! Not only do I feel a constant, comforting warmth around my earlobes but also the sound quality is fantastic and the design doesn’t allow for distracting second-hand sound, as one might have anticipated. Whether I’m listening to soothing hums of nature during my workday, dancing about to my favorite tracks getting ready, or drowning out my bed partner’s earsplitting snoring, my SleepPhones are there around my head, pleasing my ears with soft, mellifluous sound.
When you are ready to block out the thunderous sleep sounds of your bed partner with something more warm and enjoyable, give the SleepPhones a try! I would highly suggest them.

For more information regarding these lovely ear pajamas, visit:

SleepPhones in their natural habitat, (my bed)

Friday, February 28, 2014

Talking to Your Partner About Snoring

If your partner snores, you know how difficult getting a good night’s sleep can be. Not only will you wake feeling restless, but your partner may not even realize that there is a problem. In some cases, snoring can lead to marriage problems. Before snoring interrupts your relationship, have a talk with your partner.

Discussing snoring is not an easy topic. Your partner may be in denial. As you start the conversation, avoid placing blame. Explain to your partner how their snoring is affecting you. During the conversation, stress how worried you are about them. Offer to work together to resolve the issue.

Now that you have had this all important conversation, ask your partner to see their physician. Remember, snoring can be caused by a serious health condition. One of the most serious conditions is sleep apnea. With sleep apnea, the patient will temporarily stop breathing. Luckily, this can easily be treated. When your partner visits the physician, tag along. Explain to the doctor what you are hearing at night. This can help the physician make a proper diagnosis.

After getting a clear bill of health, encourage your partner to make simple lifestyle changes. This includes things like losing weight and avoiding alcohol before bedtime. Whatever you do, avoid sleeping in separate rooms. Not only will your partner feel resentment, but intimacy will be greatly reduced.

While dealing with a snoring partner can be a challenge, there is help out there. If one thing does not work, keep tying until you are both getting a good nights sleep. Find a solution that works for both of you.

Friday, February 21, 2014

Product Review - Sleepright Travel Pillow

If your travel plans do not include taking your snoring problem with you your next business trip or vacation, you can greatly benefit to switching to a SleepRight’s travel-sized snoring pillow. Though somewhat smaller than its full-sized counterpart, this travel pillow packs many of the same features into a smaller package that is easier to take on the go.

The SleepRight Pillow has very special features that will provide ultimate support to your neck no matter what position you are sleeping in. It is designed to cradle your head when you are lying on your side or back, providing ideal support for whatever position that suits your tastes.

If you are a side sleeper, the pillow works by reducing pressure on your ear and jaw. This generally allows your face to relax and cradles it with just the right amount support. At the same time, you will feel maximum comfort.

The SleepRight Pillow – Travel also allows for a 12 degree shoulder cradle, which is necessary for just the right level of alignment of the spine while you are sleeping. Your head and neck are properly supported by the special nooks in the pillow and the memory foam construction easily conforms to your individual body shape. If you sleep on your side, you also get a reduction in the amount of weight that rests on your shoulder, which allows for better blood flow in your arms. All in all, the SleepRight travel pillow is an excellent way to take the comforts of home on the road.

Friday, February 14, 2014

Top Symptoms of Snoring

4 Major Snoring Symptoms

If you have a significant other, chances are you are already aware of any snoring problems that you may have. However, if you are single, your significant other shies away from confrontation, your significant other is a deep sleeper, or you and your significant other have very different sleep schedules, you may have a snoring problem that you are completely unaware of. More importantly, this snoring could be part of a larger, more significant health risk. Snore Mart has compiled a list of five major snoring symptoms that are common warning signs.

  1. Frequent waking at night – if you find yourself waking up frequently during the night to urinate or get a glass of water, your rest may actually be interrupted by your breathing habits. The lack of oxygen and the constant noise can cause you to sleep more lightly and rise at the slightest interruption.
  2. Headaches and irritability – even if you have unbroken sleep, your uneasy rest could manifest in the form of morning headaches, irritability and even depressive episodes. If you feel the need to nap during the day in order to recuperate, it could easily be a sign that your nighttime rest is not as productive as it could be.
  3. Sore mouth and throat – one of the easiest signs of snoring to recognize is a sore throat. Snoring is a physically grueling process, and most snorers experience cottonmouth and pain in their throat when they wake in the morning. If you cannot get comfortable when you wake until you have a glass of water, snoring may be the cause of your discomfort. Similarly, if you find yourself breathing from your mouth instead of your nose during the day, the same is likely happening when you sleep, a common symptom amongst snorers.
  4. Memory and concentration problems – restful sleep benefits your brain even more than it benefits the rest of your body. Without a consistent sleep schedule, your brain will gradually suffer stronger and more frequent symptoms of fatigue, especially when it comes to short term memory and the ability to concentrate.

If you find yourself recognizing two or more of these symptoms on a regular basis, you should strongly consider consulting a physician. In extreme cases sleep apnea, a severe and potentially lethal disease, can be the source of these problems.