SoeMac as an alternative therapy for problems with sleep

Our users tell us that they breathe more easily, and snore less, which can help them feel more energised during the day

Breathe. Sleep. Live. Better.



How has SoeMac helped people with snoring

We have seen that SoeMac can help to relax the airways, allowing for smoother and peaceful breathing, reducing the need to “fight for breath” which in turn, gives the body the opportunity to naturally proceed to the deepest sleep cycles.

Our users have also seen:

  • Positive impacts on reducing the volume level of their snoring
  • Significant benefit for their partner, or other family members who sleep nearby
  • They sleep more soundly
  • They feel relief from the feelings of fatigue that snoring can bring on waking.
  • They experience less snorting and snuffling



"My daughters tell me that I am a terrible snorer, and I used to disturb them. Since I discovered SoeMac, we all get a better night's sleep." - Susan, a lifelong snorer

Read our Testimonials

Nick Snoring

“I have found that it has helped with my breathing at night."


Nigel & May Buchanan Snoring

“We are really pleased we purchased this product and will not go to sleep without it."


Robert Snoring and Sleep Apnea

"I feel more relaxed in the morning and have less post snoring after effects.”


Louise Watson Snoring

“I no longer sleep with my mouth open and can breathe more easily through my nose.”


What is Snoring?

Snoring is a resulting sound due to obstructed air movement during breathing while sleeping. In some cases, the sound may be soft, but in other cases, it can be loud and unpleasant, which can have a major impact on partners who sleep with a snorer. Snoring during sleep may be a sign of Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Researchers say that snoring is a factor of sleep deprivation, and it can contribute to other health and mental alertness problems.

What causes it?

Snoring can be caused by numerous factors. It is often connected to lifestyle, but can also be caused by physical and mental health conditions. Things to consider:

  • Are you stressed or anxious? This will affect how you sleep
  • Is the sleeping environment suitable? Being too hot or cold, or an uncomfortable bed can have an impact
  • Have you had caffeine or alcohol before going to bed?
  • Jet lag and shift working may have an impact
  • Certain physical conditions such as heart problems
  • Mental health problems
  • Certain medication, so always read the instruction

How can it be treated?

Snoring can result in a lack of, or poor quality sleep, which can affect your daily life. If it is severe, it may be time to see your GP, but some of the following may help you get a better night’s sleep:

  • Try to sleep on your back rather than your side
  • Sleep with a window open, and make sure the room isn’t too warm
  • Avoid caffeine, alcohol and nicotine before bed as these are all stimulants
  • Plug in SoeMac to bring increased energy to the oxygen, and position it closely, and slightly above your head. It should help you (and your partner if appropriate) to sleep better and wake feeling more refreshed and energised.

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More Snoring Testimonials

"I have noticed that I sleep more calmly now. My daughters tell me that I am generally  quieter at night since using SoeMac, they used to regularly complain about my snoring!" I tend to be on the snuffly side of things when I wake in the morning, but this has also improved and my throat is clearer, and I feel less congested than I used to."

Sue Pringle

"I'd like to thank you for the SoeMac, I've been using it for about a month now and have found that it's helped with my breathing at night, which has also improved in me getting a better night's sleep. I also wake in the morning with far more energy and am ready for the day ahead, which I am tackling with enthusiasm and zest. It has also helped my wife, who now doesn't complain about my snoring because she gets a better night's sleep too.”

Nick Pinder