Snoreworks Review - UPDATED Nov. 2017
Only those who have been snoring heavily for years know how frustrating and tiring, not to mention embarrassing, snoring can be. It’s not just that you keep everyone up with your snoring – you also wake up tired, irritated, with a sore throat, and low on energy. Mouthpiece devices are not everyone’s cup of tea so if you are interested in purchasing a snoring aid that is less obtrusive and also more affordable, check out our Snoreworks nasal tubes review.
What Is Snoreworks?
Snoreworks are nasal tubes that were created with the purpose of reducing snoring. They cannot cure your snoring for good – no snoring aid can – but they can definitely help you start snoring less and breathing better. Like all nasal tubes, they work by keeping the nostrils open.
Sometimes, when we sleep on our side, one or both nostrils tend to collapse and close. In some people, this happens in just about any sleeping position. This disturbs the inner dynamics in our breathing apparatus, starting from the soft palate. As the nasal passages partially close, the airflow becomes irregular and the soft palate starts vibrating, producing snoring sounds.
With nasal tubes like Snoreworks, this does not happen. Whether you sleep on your side or on your back, the nasal tubes softly dilate your nostrils and allow regular airflow as you breathe in and out. The tubes are anatomically shaped to fit your nostrils and they are kept in place by a small soft connection between them. As the breathing becomes smoother, the likelihood of snoring is greatly reduced.
Snoreworks are offered in different sizes, from small to extra-large, since, naturally, not everyone’s nose is the same size. They are made of soft, comfortable, BPA-free silicone.
How Is It Different?
The main thing that sets Snoreworks apart from other snoring aids is that, like most nasal tubes, this aid is very unobtrusive, comfortable, and safe. More importantly, there are no side effects at all. This means no jaw pain, teeth misalignment, tongue soreness, drooling, dry mouth, allergies, rashes or other adverse effects.
Also – and this sets Snoreworks apart from most other nasal tubes – they come in a set of four different sizes to choose from, which means you can definitely find the tubes that are the perfect fit for you and perhaps share the rest of the package with your bed mate or your family members who also snore.
Snoreworks are made from silicone which means they are very soft, much softer than nasal tubes made from simple plastic materials. Make sure to try out different sizes, starting from the smallest, because not everyone has the same sized nose and you can’t really know what “nose size” you are until you try them all out.
Use Snoreworks every night for best results. They are very easy to use and they do not require any fitting or molding. Simply take a pair of tubes and place one tube in each nostril. Push all the way in, as far as the link between the tubes allows you to. Don’t worry about going too deep or accidentally inhaling the tubes – that’s what the small silicone connection between the tubes is for.
Snoreworks are very soft and should not cause any kind of discomfort, especially if you pick the right size. To clean them, simply rinse them under warm running water for a few seconds each morning after you take them out and occasionally wash them with dish soap.
The set four different sized reusable vents plus a convenient travel case costs $14.95, which is a great price considering that it used to be $19.99. As far as the prices of nasal tubes go, Snoreworks falls somewhere in the middle.
- Light, discreet, and soft nasal tube
- No side effects
- Fair price
- They may fall out