For some of the SnoreFree exercises you'll need an additional device. A few of them, such as a cork or a drinking straw, can be found in your household, in your kitchen for instance. Others are a little more difficult to get. To make your training success easier, we have assembled the most essential of them in a practical package.
All tools for your SnoreFree workout in a practical package. It contains 12 different utensils, in total over 50 pieces.Order here
A very thin, flimsy pastry made of water, flour and starch (also gluten-free). Can be purchased in supermarkets and grocery stores in the bakery section as edible paper or baking wafers - or also as a Christian communion wafer or sacramental bread in church supply warehouses.30 in the UtilityPack
The small confeti wafers are made of the same ingredients like the big white wafer, and they are also available in different shapes like butterflies, stars and hearts. The shape doesn't make a difference for the exercise, the only important thing that counts is that they are small enough to fit on the tip of your tongue and the front palate point.~50 in the UtilityPack
Colored Dental rings, skin-friendly, anti-allergic, made of latex. Kitchen rubber rings of the smallest size can also be used, fold them so that the rubber ring fits on the tip of your tongue.10 in the UtilityPack
Medical mouth spatula, available in pharmacies, drugstores or medical supply shops. You can also use a (plastic) spoon, pencil or Chinese chopstick for the exercises with spatulas.5 in the UtilityPack
Also known as Sangria straw. If you don't have such an extra-slim drinking straw, you can also use a toothpick for the tongue-pointing, and a normal thick drinking straw to stick it at the tip of the tongue.5 in the UtilityPack
You can take any normal drinking straw. You can often get them for free in fast food restaurants, where they are usually available to the guests.5 in the UtilityPack
Skin-friendly anti-allergenic medical cannula tube made of silicone as for an infusion. Usually only available in bulk from medical retailers and doctors' supplies.2 in the UtilityPack
This ultra-thin version of the medical silicone tube addresses your suction power extraordinarily.2 in the UtilityPack
Thick medical silicone tube. Also available as aquarium tubes, or as watering tubes in hardware stores (gardening section).2 in the UtilityPack
Keep and collect corks from empty wine (or champagne) bottles and clean them. If you don't have a cork at hand, you can use a piece of a carrot, or put two fingers vertically (on top of each other) in your mouth between your teeth. For the mouth opening applies: the wider the better.3 in the UtilityPack
Basically you can use any cotton swab from a drugstore or supermarket. However, the medical cotton swabs we send you are a little longer, have a longer shaft, and so you can reach better your throat and the rearmost tongue section.10 in the UtilityPack
Our blue SnoreFree balloons with our logo imprinted. But you can also use any other normal balloon by your own choice. For instance, lift one at the next children's party!5 in the UtilityPack
Instead of a pudding, you can also use a very thick yoghurt (for instance of sheep's milk), a very thick creme or any similar product of the same fat consistency. Important is only that the pulp is so viscous that it provides you the highest possible effort for the sucking. Basically, the thicker the better.
Preferably a flower, or a mild discreet perfume, or a gentle essential oil. Recommended: all kind of peppermint notes such as menthol, camphor, tiger balm, eucalyptus, tea tree oil, or also aloe vera, ylang-ylang, lavender, jasmine, lemon balm, Melissa, lemongrass, and other herbs.
You can use any glass, cup, or mug. Fact: An adult should drink two and a half litres of water per day.
A normal toothbrush, which you probably have at home, is sufficient for the tongue massage exercise. However, you can also get yourself a tongue scraper or tongue cleaner.
A sports water bottle from your bike or a plastic bottle with a very narrow spout would be ideal for the bottle-sucking exercise.
Instead of gummy bears you could also use a sugar cube, a sultana, a nut, or any other candy (gumdrops). Enjoy the taste.
Our super-practical SnoreFree smartphone stand. Helps you doing the exercises - because you have your hands free.1 in the UtilityPack
Allow your utensils to dry in the fresh air for a few hours before placing them in a closed container and sealing them - do not store them in a damp place! The best way to clean the thin silicone tubes is to simply suck a glass of water through them.
Have fun training. We are happy to answer any questions you may have. firstname.lastname@example.org