What's the perfect way to tell a loved one that their snoring is driving you nuts? It's simple, with a new E-card from Snoring Isn't Sexy®. Telling someone he or she snores has never been easy. Replies range from total disbelief to absolute denial and often contain a series of expletives.
(Vocus) August 27, 2009 -- What's the perfect way to tell a loved one that their snoring is driving you nuts? It's simple, with a new E-card from Snoring Isn't Sexy®.
Telling someone he or she snores has never been easy. Replies range from total disbelief to absolute denial and often contain a series of expletives.
To spare the embarrassment, Snoring Isn't Sexy, LLC is launching of a series of E-cards designed to provide a way to gently (or not so gently) tell someone exactly how you feel about their snoring. The E-cards are available in various tones ranging from deeply concerned to downright snarky.
The cards, offered absolutely free with no sign-up requirements, are the brainchild of Snoring Isn't Sexy founder Dr. Larry Barsh. They are designed to grab the attention of the snorer and, hopefully, encourage him or her to admit the problem and seek professional medical or dental help.
"There is an epidemic of snoring. Snoring can destroy a relationship and is a sign of obstructive sleep apnea, a condition in which the airway can close multiple times throughout the night. Sleep apnea has been implicated in a series of medical problems including heart disease, sudden cardiac death, high blood pressure, diabetes, depression, obesity and even erectile dysfunction." said Dr. Barsh. "We hope that these cards will alert snorers to their problem, how a loved one feels about it and encourage them to seek professional help. And these are just the start - more cards are on the drawing board and will be released as they are developed."
The cards are available at SnoringIsntSexy.com/ecards.cfm.
About Snoring Isn't Sexy, LLC
Snoring Isn't Sexy, LLC was founded in 2008 by Laurence I. Barsh, DMD, a dentist who has been involved with sleep medicine since 1992 and who now devotes full time to educating the public about dentistry's role and responsibility in the recognition and management of snoring and sleep apnea. Dr. Barsh and the dentists associated with Snoring Isn't Sexy, LLC feel strongly that management of sleep-breathing disorders is a shared responsibility of both the medical and dental professions.
Snoring Isn't Sexy, LLC consists of independently owned and operated affiliated offices. Visit http://www.SnoringIsntSexy.com for a directory of all participating dentists.
Laurence Barsh, DMD
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