It's about SLEEP, it's about HEALTH, it's about RELATIONSHIPS.
Improve your sleep with this customisable anti-snoring mouthpiece. It eliminates snoring from the first night and is available in two sizes for men and women. SnoreMeds has helped over 300,000 snorers enjoy soundless sleep.
Get the Sleep you Deserve.
▪️ SnoreMeds anti-snoring mouthpiece has been bringing effective relief to snorers for over 10 years.
▪️ Recommended by professionals to stop you snoring.
▪️ It’s easy to use.
▪️ Moulding takes a few minutes for a perfect fit.
▪️ You can sleep in any position.
▪️ Lasts for up to a year.
▪️ Choice Of Sizes For Men or Women.
▪️ 45-day money back guarantee on Single Packs.
Available in Two Sizes
One size does not fit all. Based on the popular Original fit for Men, SnoreMeds™ has specifically designed a smaller anti-snoring mouthpiece with a deeper bite for women who snore ensuring that SnoreMeds™ for Women mouthpieces are as comfortable as they are effective.
▪️ Eliminates snoring from the first night
▪️ Available in two sizes for men and women
▪️ Thousands of happy customers
▪️ 45 day money back guarantee on single packs
▪️ Sleep better and improve your energy levels
It Works FROM The First Night To Provide Soundless Sleep
Men's Double Pack - SnoreMeds Anti Snoring Mouthpiece
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⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Gail G - New Zealand 🇳🇿
This was our second purchase of this product as we found it very satisfactory and certainly stopped my husband snoring.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Tracey W - Sydney 🇦🇺
My husband has been using SnoreMeds for about 3 years now. It has completely eliminated his snoring ensuring a peaceful sleep for both of us. We wouldn't be without it .
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Marie S - Wellington 🇳🇿
My husband says it has cut my snoring by 90%. I found it took a couple weeks to get used to it.
But both myself and my husband feel so much more rested for my using it
WHY DO I SNORE AND HOW CAN I STOP
Snoring is usually caused by a partial obstruction of the upper airway behind the tongue. When we’re awake, our breathing is unobstructed, as our body consciously keeps our upper airway open. But, when we are asleep, the muscles around our airway relax and the airway often becomes narrower. For most people who snore, air rushing through the narrowed opening causes the soft tissue in this part of the upper airway to vibrate, making the sound we call snoring.
Several factors can be blamed for this night time nuisance with age, obesity, lifestyle habits and menopause being a few contributing factors. Sleep apnea is a more dangerous condition which is often misdiagnosed as habitual snoring.