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If you or someone close to you snores you’re certainly not suffering alone.


Life changing results

The British Snoring & Sleep Apnoea Association estimates that roughly 41% of the UK adult populations snores and, as well as being disruptive and annoying to you and your partner, it can have a significant, even dangerous, effect on your health, such as:

Heart Problems

Regular snorers are 5 times more likely to develop heart disease, hypertension, irregular heart rhythm (arrhythmia) or have a stroke compared to those who don’t snore

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)

A condition where the stomach’s contents flow backward up into the oesophagus causing indigestion and heartburn

Mental Health

Snoring and sleep apnoea have been linked to higher rates of anxiety and depression


Especially upon waking in the morning.


"When I received my anti-snoring appliance, I wore it that night and the results were truly amazing – I never snored and I hardly moved in bed. I woke up fresh and felt I had a good night’s sleep."
J Ruddell


Snoring occurs when the muscles of your throat relax, your tongue falls backward and your throat narrows, causing the walls to vibrate as you breathe.

In extreme cases, the walls of the throat can collapse entirely which creates a serious condition known as sleep apnoea.



The immediate effect was no more snoring.

"So I went to see Dr Paul Reaney in Markethill, Co. Armagh not very hopeful of a solution to my snoring 😴. Following a number of appointments, I was fitted with a "mouth guard" bespoke to me. The immediate effect was no more snoring.

I'm also a Type 2 Insulin Dependent Diabete and am seeing signs of improved Diabete control at night (something I didn't expect). I will continue to monitor this.

I want to thank Paul and his team and to recommend far and wide the solution to my snoring. If it works for me (having tried everything else) it will work for anyone.

Great result and a very big thank you. "


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Heart problems

Regular snorers are 5 times more likely to develop heart disease, stroke and hypertension than people who do not snore.

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Snoring can be hereditary

In 70% of cases, people who snore also have family members who snore too.

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Men snore more

4 our of every 10 men snore, whereas the number of women is 3 our of 10. Roughly one quarter of people are snorers.

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Bed partners

Bed partners of snorers have a few things in common:
Not getting more than 3-5 hours sleep a night.
Visit their GP more often than partners of non-snorers. One in 3 couples report disharmony in their relationship because of snoring.

Do you snore?

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Don't worry, we have the right solution.


If you would like to book a sleep consultation with Dr. Paul Reaney, please fill in your details below and one of our team will be in touch with you shortly.

The service was excellent

"So again thank you for the referral to Dr Iyer. The speed that we were able to get a consultation, having the study to the starting CPAP was probably just over a week. The service was excellent."