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Anti Snore Technology Uses Electricity To Zap Tongue

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04:58 9 Mar 2020


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Anti Snore Technology Uses Electricity To Zap Tongue.

The Gadget is called Snoozeal and it is designed to combat Snoring.

Developed by Professor Anshul Sama a sleep Apnea expert.

The device boasts a 70% success rate when trialed on snore sufferers in Britain and Germany.

How does it work?

It works by targeting the loose muscles at the back of the tongue with a small electrical current.

It sits at the base of the mouth and is worn for 20 minutes per day for a six week period.

Unusually, Snoozeal is only worn while awake.

Slack muscles at the back of the tongue are usually the cause of snoring. The anti snore aide aims to tighten these floppy muscles and halt snoring in the individual.

Tests are currently being conducted by Snoozeal in the University College London Hospital.

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