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Brez(R), the First Over-the-Counter, Intranasal Breathing Aid Clinically Proven to Reduce Primary Snoring, Debuts in Rite Aid Pharmacies
Date:1/28/2009

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According to a survey conducted by the National Sleep Foundation, approximately 60 percent (183 million) of Americans suffer from snoring. Men are reported to snore twice as much as women. Primary snoring is typically associated with a variety of loud or disruptive noises when airflow is reduced during sleep.

One of the top health concerns associated with snoring is interrupted sleep for both the snorer and bed partner. An inability to maintain continuous sleep could lead to health consequences caused by sleep deprivation such as excessive sleepiness during the day, irritability, and a lack of productivity. People who snore chronically should discuss their condition with a physician, because it can be a symptom of sleep apnea (a reduction or cessation of breathing during sleep), a deviated septum or more serious health risks such as high blood pressure, strokes, and heart disease.

"The implications of snoring extend well beyond health and into the strength of relationships. Research indicates that individuals sleeping next to a snoring bed partner will lose between one and two hours of sleep each night due to the condition," said Osborn. "Because snoring can negatively impact the quality of the bed partner's sleep as well, it may also affect the overall satisfaction of the relationship. Brez nasal breathing aids can help end this frustration."

To learn more about Brez premium nasal breathing aids, visit www.myBrez.com or call 877-299-6700.

About AirWare, Inc.

AirWare(TM), Inc. develops, manufactures, and markets Brez(R), a premium, ergonomic, intranasal breathing aid. Brez is a patented, over-the-counter, medical device that has been clinically proven to reduce snoring events and increase the sleep quality of the bed partner. AirWare, Inc. was founded in 2002 and Brez has been reviewed and categoriz
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