Top Apps to Improve Snoring Habits

Track, Record, and Analyze to Determine Sleep Apnea Symptoms 

Have you ever been told by someone that you have a bad snoring habit? 

There are plenty of apps out there to help track if you’re snoring throughout the night. Collecting this information will improve your health as well as your sleep. 

Snoring can be a sign that you have sleep apnea which could be dangerous if not treated. Learn more about your sleeping habits to determine if you have this condition. Take a look at these top five apps that can help track your snoring through recordings and analyses.

Snore Lab: Record, Track, and Measure 

You can record, measure, and track your habit with this handy app. Once you understand your snoring patterns…this app offers solutions. You then tap on treatments such as a mouthpiece or nasal spray to learn more about them. Once you've decided which one works best... test them out and see your results. 

Not only does this app record sounds...but it also tracks snore length and noise levels. It then calculates the results and generates your snore score. 

Snore Lab is available for both iphone and Android. Check out Snore Lab

Snore Clinic: The Snoring Analysis App 

This app monitors your snoring patterns to determine if you have dangerous symptoms related to sleep apnea. It keeps track of breathing stops throughout your sleeping cycle. A colored traffic light signal will then reveal your risk factor for sleep apnea. 

Snore Clinic by Kilnik Professor Sailer is available through Google Play and the Apple App Store. Check out Snore Clinic


Snore Control: Analyzes Snoring Patterns 

This app analyzes your snoring throughout the night. It also features an adjustable sound sensitivity to effectively record only snoring sounds. Snore Control Lite excludes other noises in your sleeping environment for accurate calculations. 

You can also take notes on factors such as caffeine/alcohol intake that may affect your sleep. Record your wake-up moods to determine if you’ve had a restful night’s sleep. 

Made by Apirox, who has a suite of sleep analyzing apps, it is only available for Apple users. Check out the Snore Control app

Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock

sleep-cycle.jpgSleep Cycle is one of the most popular sleep and snore tracking app. Sleep Cycle alarm clock tracks your sleep patterns and wakes you up during light sleep. Waking up during light sleep feels like waking up naturally rested without an alarm clock. It works just as well with two people in the same bed.

The app will record your snoring, tell you when and for how long you were snoring, and save a few samples for you to listen to. Check out Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock.

Smart Alarm Clock 

The first step in knowing how to change your snoring and sleep habits is to know what they are. This app studies your sleep patterns inside and out. It detects, records and analyzes your snoring habits. Smart Alarm Clock also features calming music to help lull you to sleep. 

Check out Smart Alarm Clock, available for Android and iOS.


"I'm Snoring! Now What?"

Once you've collected some data, and you've determined that you snore, the next step is to determine whether or not your snoring is a symptom of a greater issue. 

Dr. Stern of Center for Sleep and TMJ Disorders in Fairfield will be happy to answer any questions you might have. She’ll help you find the best treatment that fits your needs and you can get better sleep. Book an consultation and use your snoring habit data to improve your health. 


About Dr. Gloria Maczuga-Stern

Dr. Gloria Maczuga-Stern has practiced general dentistry in New York and Connecticut for 19 years. Her own personal experience with TMD led her to pursue further training for her pediatric, adult, and geriatric patients. At the Center for Sleep & TMJ Disorders she has been providing conservative, non-invasive treatment to patients with sleep breathing and temporomandibular joint disorders since 2008.

Dr. Stern strives to provide her patients with the highest level of care. Passionate about continuous education, she has over 2,500 hours of advanced education including orofacial pain, tmj disorders, and sleep disorder dentistry. As a result she is able to offer her patients the latest advancements in this field.

Dr. Stern received advanced training in temporomandibular disorders and sleep disorder dentistry from the Institute of TMD and Sleep Disorders and the Craniofacial Pain Center at Tufts University, and is a Diplomate of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine as well as a Certificate holder of the of American Academy of Integrative Pain Management.

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