FAQ regarding Asonor® & Snoring Remedies


Do you need a prescription and where can I buy Asonor?

You do not need a prescription to buy Asonor.
In most countries you can buy Asonor at your local Pharmacies or you can order Asonor online safe and easy here:

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How do I use Asonor® anti snoring solution?

One should use Asonor every evening before going to bed. Please avoid eating, drinking or brushing your teeth after taking Asonor, as this will reduce the effectiveness of the product.

Tilt your head back and pump into each nostril until you can feel the solution in your throat. Usually, 4 to 6 pumps in each nostril are sufficient. The liquid solution should not remain in the nose, as the effect takes place once it can be felt in the throat.

The pump delivery system has been designed to work in any direction for easy application and deliver a “jet-stream” of the solution rather than a spray or atomization (which other nose drops products use) to avoid the solution staying in the nose.

Generally, Asonor will be effective from the first night, but in rare cases the effect will not take place for up to 14 days after beginning of use.

See the Asonor how-to-use Video:

How does Asonor work?

Asonor effectively removes the cause of snoring. It is an easy and simple treatment, which relieves you from many if the nuisances snoring causes. Asonor lubricates and softens the mucous membranes in the throat, whilst also slightly tightening the musculature in the throat. This means that breathing becomes easy and unobstructed, and furthermore prevents the dry mouth that many snorers complain about in the morning.

How long will the effect last?

With 4 to 6 pumps in each nostril before going to bed, the effect of the treatment will normally begin to abate after 7 to 8 hours.

If the effect starts to abate earlier or to prolong the effect, increase the dosage to 6-7 pumps in each nostril.

I did not find the answers on my question, what shall I do?

If you did not find the answers on your question you can sent us a e-mail to info@tannermedico.com and we will respond to you.

What are the side effects by using Asonor?

There are no side effects linked to the use Asonor.

Where is Asonor produced?

Asonor is produced in Denamark and Germany on our GMP and Pharmaceutical approved plants.

Why do we snore?

Snoring occurs when our breathing is obstructed. This can be due to a cold, or an anatomical irregularity in the nose or throat.

However, the most common cause of snoring is when the muscles in and around the throat relax too much when we sleep. This causes your throat tissues to sag, narrowing the airway. The pressure at the back of the throat will rise, causing the uvula and soft palate to vibrate. It is these vibrations that create the sound of snoring.

Studies show that approximately 42% of the population snores, of this 60% are male and 40% female. Snoring is often described as Social Snoring. A more serious condition is called Sleep Apnoea, which only affects 2% of the population.

Snoring may result in a decrease in quality of life in the form of cardiovascular diseases, high blood pressure, stress, headache, OSA, decreased sexual function and premature death. Read more>>

Why does Asonor not work on me?

Asonor works for 3 out of 4 people.

If Asonor does not work, it could be that you use the product incorrectly. To make sure you are using it correctly, read the “How do I use Asonor?” paragraph.

If Asonor still does not work, it is recommended to visit a doctor, as snoring can be caused by other factors than normal snoring, also known as “Social Snoring”.

The snoring can be due to a cold, an anatomical irregularity in the nose or throat, or in more serious cases Sleep Apnoea. In these cases Asonor is not recommended.

Why should I do something about my snoring?

There are many good reasons for this. Firstly, it probably bothers the ones who have to listen to it at night. Secondly, it is detrimental to your health.
International studies show that snorers have a reduced quality of life, due to migraines, headaches, cardiovascular diseases, high blood pressure, decreased sexual function and premature death. Read more >>