With the school holidays now upon us, many families will be heading off on holiday during the coming weeks. Some might want to avoid soggy Britain and fly somewhere hotter (though perhaps not as hot as Rhodes just now), but others will happily opt for a staycation.
Camping is one popular option, some do it because it’s cheaper, but it can also be a lot of fun, enables you to be more mobile and if you have a family it is a great way to get closer to nature.
However, campsites are bound to be busy in August, so if you snore loudly, chances are you won’t be the most popular person on the site.
This is why now could be a very good time to get a custom-made anti-snoring device.
While there are several other things you can do to snore less, from losing weight to sleeping on your side, there are many devices that can make a huge difference.
Among these are devices to stop your tongue from partly blocking your throat, or to stop your mouth from falling open, both of which can be made by dental specialists. Non-dental interventions include nasal strips. The right one for you depends on the root cause of your snoring.
Whichever one it takes, those going camping with you will thank you for it. Others may be unaware you ever needed help to stop snoring, but will be very happy for a quiet night.
It is not just on family holidays where anti-snoring devices may come in useful for campers. Glastonbury might have come and gone, but the back end of summer still has a number of major music festivals, like Reading and Leeds, as well as the likes of Boardmasters, Outcider and The Green Gathering.
Those gatherings may be a bit more hedonistic and less family-orientated, but even so, a good night’s sleep will still be a welcome thing for many at the end of a long day.