Here is my review.
Snoring is the most common reason for people to go without sleep. People with chronic snoring have difficulty breathing. They may experience severe discomfort at night because their breathing can't come in regular pulses. There are two major types of snoring: mild snoring (also called "frequent snoring") and moderate snoring (also called "mild snoring"). The severity and frequency of snoring varies greatly from one person to another. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends a standard sleep-wake cycle of seven to eight hours, which includes both regular sleep (sleep which occurs while awake) and a slow-wave sleep (sleep in which a person stays asleep). The CDC also suggests that people with chronic snoring should try to do more than three hours of snoring-free time each night, but there's no set rule as to how often that may be needed. The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) recommends that most people should sleep for seven to nine hours per night. I often hear snoring in the context of snoring prevention (also called "snoring treatments"). The NSF recommends that people with a family history of snoring be treated with snoring medication. The Snoring Prevention Program recommends that snoring be controlled in the home with a snoring machine, which should only be used in cases where someone is sleeping in an adjacent room. These devices are marketed in Canada, the United States, Britain, Europe, and Japan.