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SnoreMeds Anti-Snoring Mouthpiece Review

A lot people are now suffering from snoring while they are sleeping. Snoring can be a major culprit for a person not to get a good night’s sleep and being able to function poorly during daytime, which can affect his or her performance at work or at school. There are a lot of snoring aids available in the market these days that are effective in relieving and/or decreasing snoring during sleep. And one famous and easy to use snoring aid is snoring mouthpiece. Snoring mouthpiece is a dental appliance that is specially made to help in treating snoring, while improving airflow from and to the lungs.

SnoreMeds Anti-Snoring Mouthpiece

SnoreMeds Anti-Snoring Mouthpiece:

SnoreMeds anti-snoring mouthpiece is a snore guard that is specially designed to maintain proper jaw position. It is a fixed-jaw-relation, which means that the SnoreMeds anti-snoring mouthpiece is not adjustable. This type of mouthpiece is not suitable to be used by all people with snoring problems, for people who are suffering from sleep apnea, respiratory diseases, Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMJ), gingivitis, people with loose teeth, and for those people who are wearing retainers or braces.

How the SnoreMeds Anti-Snoring Mouthpiece Works:

SnoreMeds mouthpiece is  type of “boil and bite” custom molded mouthpiece, that only needs to be submerged in a boiling water for it to soften, and once soft, the person who is going to use the mouthpiece will then bite on it to shape and mold it perfectly according his or her jaw size and teeth arrangement. Once the mouthpiece is dry, it can already be used during sleep. The mouthpiece works as a splint that maintains the lower jaw to be positioned slightly forward while you sleep. As a result of the lower jaw positioned slightly forward all the time, the throat is kept to be obstruction free, allowing better airflow through the airway, making breathing easier to do and it can stop snoring.

What to Expect When Wearing SnoreMeds Anti-Snoring Mouthpiece:

Since SnoreMeds is a non-adjustable mouthpiece, jaw pain and gum pain are usually complained by people who used the mouthpiece. This mouthpiece can also cause a lot of soreness in the jaw, due to the inability of the jaw to flex from side to side during sleep and the jaw is maintained in one position for approximately 8 hours or more every single night. It may take several nights before a person can get used to wearing SnoreMeds comfortably while sleeping.