Snoring Information Guides
5 expert-written, Information Guides free to download. All the jargon and medical terminology has been ‘decoded’.
Starting with an overview of snoring and sleep apnoea, then a guide for long-suffering partners and finally the various treatment options.
We do this, because we’re passionate about sleep and want you to be informed. They’re yours for free: No ads and no catches.
‘Mouthpiece’ could equally be called a splint, mouthguard, anti-snoring device, jaw-advancing-device etc.
About the Guides
They’re free to download, and you don’t need to register.
Snorer.com Guides are based on current best scientific evidence. They contain no adverts and are not ‘sponsored’ by a company promoting its ‘cure’.
They’re full of critical insight and illustrations, and our intention in creating them is to help you determine what you actually need – not what someone might want to sell you.
We don’t make money from recommending any particular therapy or service.
Please do share them and link to Snorer.com – but please keep them intact and source them from us so we can keep what is online up to date.
Information Standard Accreditation - what it means
The Snorer.com Guides are accredited by the NHS Information Standard.
The Information Standard is a certification programme for all organisations producing evidence-based health and care information for the public. Any organisation achieving The Information Standard has undergone a rigorous assessment to check that the information they produce is clear, accurate, balanced, evidence-based and up-to-date.
What we do to keep the Guides current
We aim to keep the Snorer.com Guides current. It’s a big job – so if you see something you think needs updating, please get in touch.
Snorer.com Guides are consistent with:
- The Cochrane Collaboration Systematic Reviews and Protocols
- the National Institutes of Health’s position
- findings of the US Food and Drug Administration
- National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)
- the guidelines of relevant medical/dental societies
- professional consensus statements, and
- scientific research published in peer reviewed journals.
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