Reduce your snoring with SnoreGym, the workout app for quiet sleep from the creators of SnoreLab.
With this exercise app for snorers, get your snoring under control by working out your “snoring muscles”. You can also directly sync with the No.1 snoring tracking app - SnoreLab - to track your progress.
One of the main causes of snoring is weak muscles in the mouth area. SnoreGym is an exercise app which helps to tone your upper airway muscles to reduce snoring.
SnoreGym will guide you through a set of clinically-proven exercises for your tongue, soft palate, cheeks and jaw.
- Exercises to reduce snoring
- Easy-to-follow animations
- Clear and detailed instructions
- Evidence-based workouts
- Progress tracking
- Sync to SnoreLab
Scientists have tested a set of mouth exercises which tone muscles in the tongue, soft palate, throat, cheeks and jaw. This research has shown that mouth exercises can reduce snoring, decrease the severity of sleep apnea, reduce disturbance of bed partners and produce better sleep and quality of life.
It is important to do these exercises regularly to reduce your snoring. We recommend at least 10 minutes a day for 8+ weeks.
Exercise now for quieter sleep!
Improved counter and animation for the Chewing Exercise. Bug fixes and performance improvements.
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So far so good. I just started a few days ago, so I really like the reminder feature. I typically never let apps send notifications, but in this case I have. I have a reminder set for morning late afternoon and evening. So I am doing the exercises 3 times a day. I will update the review at a later date to mention the effectiveness of the exercises, however, I also use a few other remedies for my snoring/sleep apnea including a wedge pillow, humidifier, and playing the didgeridoo. With the remedies listed I’ve gotten a snore score as low as 4. The wedge pillow has thus far made the biggest impact, bringing me down from scores from the 50s up to 104, but I really dislike the wedge pillow. I’d love to see what my numbers look like after some time with the exercises And without the wedge.
As far as the app goes , the only glitch I’ve noticed is that the chewing exercise cuts off after 42 seconds instead of going the full 60. I just keep going and count the remaining 18 seconds in my head.
Thanks for this app.
Developer Response ,
Thanks for your review. We're glad that you are happy to let SnoreGym send notifications as the exercises have the greatest impact when done regularly, so keep it up 👍
Regarding the Chewing Exercise, this is something that has been previously raised and we have since created a fix. This will be available in the next update.
The log is all kinds of messed up
I go to SnoreLab Friday afternoon and select the link to go to SnoreGym. The 6 exercises are completed and it logs it for Saturday. I press the button to continue to complete the 6 exercises another time, and it logs it for Friday. Less than 10 minutes apart and it logs it on different days.
So, my log is inaccurate. Also, why won’t the exercises show up in SnoreLab as either a remedy or a factor?
Developer Response ,
Thanks for your review and feedback. Our next release of SnoreLab will include SnoreGym in the remedies list. It is designed so that you needn't add your workouts manually from this screen and it will instead be automatically added to your SnoreLab session. Regarding the timing on the log, we recently fixed a timezone issue that should address problems like what you are reporting. Could you please get in touch on email@example.com so we can investigate this in more detail.
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- 67.1 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.