I have been a consumer of snoring products for years, and I have been diagnosed with snoring in 2001. The diagnosis is based on my research, which I will describe. I am not a doctor and this review is not medical advice, but I am an objective snoring expert and can answer your questions.
The snoring issue is very common and has been around for many years. The most common cause is air blockage in the diaphragm, which is a muscular, flexible tube that sits between the throat and lungs, and that connects the lungs and the diaphragm. The diaphragm is a muscle that allows you to breathe. When air can't get into the lungs and/or into the diaphragm, it can't work properly, causing a cough, wheezing, a heavy breath, and possibly a heart attack. The lungs are the first part of your body to heal after an injury. You may feel like the air is going out of your lungs, but that's not true. Your lungs are working very hard to filter out the toxins from your blood and the rest of your body. In some cases, the lung's natural filtering ability may not be working properly. If you have trouble breathing, it may be helpful to see your doctor.