Supported by a grant from GlaxoSmithKline (GSK)
The theme for National Stop Snoring Week 2010 is all about our houses. From house dust mites to pet dogs it seems that our houses are minefields when it comes to snoring. Nobody is safe as there are dangers lurking in every room.
Did you know that most people use at least seven personal care items per day but over 20% of them are allergic to their ingredients? Many symptoms of allergy cause breathing difficulties that can lead to snoring.
The interactive Interactive Snoring House has been designed to highlight how household items and substances that we use every day can be the cause of snoring. Take a tour of every room where you can click on the feature to find out more about why these items make you snore and what you can do to stop.
Also during National Stop Snoring Week 2010 we have thousands of free products to help with the household's snoring problems. GlaxoSmithKline has generously donated 30,000 samples of their popular Breathe Right Nasal Strips (look for the Breathe Right box in the house to request yours).
We also have these super National Stop Snoring Week 2010 give-aways.
We haven't forgotten the bed partner either because we have 5 copies of Jill Eckersley's new edition of her book 'Coping with Snoring & Sleep Apnoea' for those who are keen to read more about how to stop snoring, worth £8.99. And if that is not enough for you, by answering a simple question you could also win yourself 6 months' supply of Kleenex Balsam pocket tissues worth £90. Handy for those who suffer allergic rhinitis.