Snore suppressants are a class of products that make snoring a non-event. They make the body breathe faster, lower blood pressure, and increase the frequency of the snoring. They also decrease body temperature. They work on the adrenal gland (the part that produces adrenaline). Many of them contain a variety of chemicals to increase their effect. Many people use snore suppressants, but most don't know if they're working. In this article I will review the most common types of snore suppressants and their effects on breathing and temperature. I'll explain that the goal of snore suppressants is to stop the body from producing a large amount of adrenaline, but this also results in an increase in the heart rate. Most people don't know if these snore suppressants really work. In fact, most people can't even tell the difference between a fake and a real snore suppressant. Most of the fake ones are made for people who have a very hard time sleeping or are at very high risk of snoring. It's a common misconception that all snore suppressants are made by pharmaceutical companies, but that's not the case. Some of the most popular snore suppressants are homemade and may even be derived from natural substances.