(BUY1 GET 1 FREE!) Stop-Snoring Solution Mouthpiece
The first choice for many snorers – and arguably the most successful category on the market today – is the mouthpiece.
They are an established technology, have little to no negative side effects, and some are even put through their paces via clinical trials before release.
Mouthpieces are one of the most established and proven devices around. Doctors, dentists, and developers alike have had a lot of time to get any kinks worked out, which can only be a good thing for us, the consumer.
Stop Snoring Solution was created to help you get your life back! You probably don’t realize the toll that snoring is taking on both you and your loved ones, but after a few days of using this device you’ll notice what you have been missing for so long…
- Wake up refreshed and revitalized
- Works for women and men!
- Small, flexible and low profile
- Increase your energy through proper sleep
- Enjoy the health benefits of quality sleep
- No more sleepless nights!
- 100% brand new and high quality.
- Prevents Grinding of Teeth.
- Eliminates Snoring.
- Made from soft silicone making this one of the most comfortable mouthpieces on the market.
- Four large holes allows you to breathe-easy during sleep. (supplied model has just 1 hole)
- Mouthpiece effortlessly controls your tongue position.
- Ready form technology allows you to wear this mouthpiece right out of the package without boil and biting. (this definitely does need moulding)
Stop Snoring Solution addresses the problem of snoring by comfortably stabilizing the jaw and bringing it forward. By preventing the jaw from falling back, Stop Snoring Solution opens up the airway in the back of the throat and allows air to pass through freely without creating the harsh vibration, hence alleviating the annoying snoring noise.
This small and surprisingly soft mouthpiece was designed by a dentist and has demonstrated both safety and effectiveness. It is designed to be comfortable, easy to use, and enables freedom of jaw movement so you can sleep with your mouth open or closed.
- Improve sleep quality.
- Lower the chances of developing depression.
- Help your partner sleep.
- Protect your heart.
- Reduce the risk of hearing loss.
- Help improve job performance.
- Are convenient and easy to carry around.
- Are affordable and widely available.
- Slow the progression of age-related cognitive decline.
- Can improve exercise performance.
- Provide immediate relief.
- Are easy to use.
- Can help curb weight gain.
- Can increase immune function.
Did you know that snoring may be medical condition called obstructive sleep apnea, a condition that blocks your throat while you sleep that stops you from breathing that wakes you up every night this may also leads to:
- highblood pressure
- heart attack
- heart disease
- behavioral problems
1. Insert the blue handle into tray breath hole, then put into container.
2. Put hot water about 70-80 degree C, into container till the tray is submerged.
3. Keep the tray in water for about 15-25 seconds, then take out the tray using the insert handle.
4. Gently shake off the excess water and insert the mouth tray into mouth.
Adjust the tray to a comfortable position and then bite on, using your fingers to the tray around the front and sides to make a good mold of your teeth and gum shape.
5. Remove the tray, after you feel that all your teeth have left good impression on it.
6. Put the shaped tray into cool water to fix your Anti Snore tray, and take out the insert handle.
The anti snore tray is made of food grade EVA material, which can mold and remold,
So, if you not satisfy with the shaped tray, you can repeat the above stops to mold one as you wish to have.
Thoroughly clean the breathe-easy mouthpiece with warm water after use and dry.
Store the breathe-easy mouthpiece in the protective case to keep it safe, in its shape and sanitary until it’s next use.
Are anti-snore devices safe? Yes. There are a few major side effects seen with the use of anti-snore devices. Most of the common mild side effects will go away as you adjust to using the device.
Are anti-snore devices as effective as CPAP machines? It depends on the cause of the snoring. Anti-snore devices and CPAP may be used by people with sleep apnea. However, many people who snore do not have sleep apnea, so CPAP machines won’t be effective for them.
If you have a severe case of sleep apnea, you may need a CPAP machine to prevent snoring. However, if your snoring is caused by your tongue blocking the airway, then a mouthpiece will be more effective.
Do you need a prescription for anti snoring devices? It depends. There are a number of anti snoring devices that are sold over the counter. However, these may not be as effective as those prescribed by dentists, and they may not fit as well.
If you have a serious snoring problem, you’re best off speaking to a sleep professional. They can recommend the anti-snore device that’s right for you.
Do anti snoring mouthpieces work? These oral devices have been designed by dentists in order to control the position of the mouth while sleeping. These devices have proven to be effective for lessening snoring. These mouthpieces work like orthodontics that keep the jaw in position and enable proper breathing.
What is an anti snoring device? Snoring is the result of an obstruction that prevents air from moving freely through the nose and/or mouth. Anti-snore devices combat this. Anti-snore pillows are devised to guide the sleeper into the correct sleeping position to help open up the airway.
Can snoring be a sign of heart disease? Snoring is often the sign of a condition called obstructive sleep apnea, which raises the risk for diabetes, obesity, hypertension, stroke, heart attack, and other cardiovascular problems. Even without snoring, people with obstructive sleep apnea have reduced oxygen in their system that can damage the heart.
How long do you have to wear anti-snore devices? Most anti-snore devices are designed to be worn continuously. If you stop wearing them, the snoring will likely return. Speak to a sleep specialist before you stop using a mouthpiece.
Will anti-snore devices work for sleep apnea? It depends. Sleep apnea is a condition where the airway is obstructed. However, the type of obstruction can vary, meaning that an anti-snore mouthpiece may not always be effective.
If you have sleep apnea, you should speak to your dentist about whether an anti-snore device is right for you. They can recommend an over the counter option, as well as a customized mouthpiece that may be more effective.
Are prescription mouthpieces more effective than over the counter devices? Yes, in most cases, prescription mouthpieces will be more effective than over the counter options. However, they may not always produce significantly better results, and they may not be worth the investment.
If you have a severe snoring problem, then you may need to have a specially fitted device made by a dentist. Speak to a sleep specialist to see what type of device is right for you.
How quickly will anti-snore devices work? In many cases, you’ll see results within a few days of use. It may take some time to adjust to the device, so you may have some pain or discomfort that makes it difficult to wear the mouthpiece the first few days. However, these symptoms usually go away within a week.
Does your heart stop when you snore? No, it does not stop. When you stop breathing, your heart rate also tends to drop the longer your body is deprived of oxygen. Then, your involuntary reflexes cause you to startle awake at the end of that period of not breathing. When this occurs, your heart rate tends to accelerate quickly, and your blood pressure rises.
Does the MAD anti snoring device work? A Mandibular Advancement Device (MAD) is worn while sleeping. It works by holding your lower jaw slightly forward to pull your tongue forward, as it is attached to the back of your jaw, preventing the upper airway from collapsing. The device can be used for simple snoring and mild to moderate sleep apnea.
Do anti-snore pillows really work? The main idea about how anti-snoring pillows should work is that after you place your head on it, the snoring ends. However, you must understand that anti-snoring pillows do not cure snoring. They can only reduce snoring.
Do skinny people snore? Being overweight increases fat around the neck, compressing and narrowing the throat. But thin people do snore too, and many who are overweight do not.
Why do I snore when I drink? Alcohol relaxes many things, from your mind to your muscles – including the ones related to your breathing. If you go to bed after drinking alcohol, that depressant, sedative effect relaxes your jaw and throat muscles. As a result, these muscles collapse onto your airway, restricting airflow and causing snoring.
Is sleep apnea fatal? Obstructive sleep apnea, most common in people who are overweight, occurs when the breathing airways collapse or become blocked. Sleep apnea is rarely a direct cause of death, but it can lead to a wide range of other potentially fatal health problems.
What happens if you stop using your CPAP machine? The CPAP machine creates enough pressure in your airway to hold the tissue open, so your airway doesn’t collapse. If you stop using CPAP, your sleep apnea symptoms will come back. Your breathing and sleep will be interrupted again. If your doctor says you need to use CPAP, you must use it every time you sleep.