702 Small Business Awards

This device claims 85% success rate for snoring sufferers

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SnoreMeds has been nominated for the 702 Small Business Awards with Sage One by Trish Taylor.

Trish came across the product when a relative of hers was battling with snoring a few years ago, and she says the owners were hands on and informative.

Her relative bought the innovative snoring device and has not had a snoring problem since.

She says the company shows great interest in their clients needs.

Owner Michelle Hall-Jones says the company started in 1994 and has focused on health and issues related to snoring and sleep.

The demand is very high

Michelle Hall-Jones , SnoreMeds

She says people often don't realise they have a snoring problem until the go online and research why they are having sleeping problems, or a partner points it out to them.

It's a bit of a dinner party joke when people talk about snoring, but the issues are actually quite serious.

Michelle Hall-Jones , SnoreMeds

The key risk relates to sleep deprivation. Symptoms like day time drowsiness, headaches, anxiety, depression, weight gain, heart disease and more.

Michelle Hall-Jones says always first go and visit an Ear Nose and Throat specialist to rule out any medical conditions like allergies.

She says they launched their mandibular advancement device, which is a custom fitted mouthpiece, globally and it has been very successful.

So confident are they, that they offer a 45 day money back guarantee.

SnoreMeds claims the product has an 85% success rate for snorers.


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