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Posted on 13th Aug 2015
One of the greatest solutions for snoring is a mandibular device. Mandibular devices have been bringing relief to snorers and their long-suffering partners for over a decade. They work on a very simple principle - if you put a mouthpiece into your mouth that very slightly pushes your lower jaw forward, the airway in your throat is completely open, making it almost impossible to snore. There are a variety of mandibular devices on the market right now and most deliver on their promises.
The Snoremeds anti-snoring mouthpiece has gone one further. Going beyond the one-size-fits-all concept, it has now come out with a second mouthpiece in its range aimed at people, men and women, with naturally smaller mouths.
Both their standard and their smaller mouthpieces work in a similar manner. They can both be custom fitted to the shape of the snorer’s mouth. Simply pop a Snoremeds mouthpiece into boiling water for a few seconds and then mould it to the shape of your mouth.
Made from hyperallergenic thermoplastic, Snoremeds mouthpieces are comfortable to wear. Unlike many other mandibular devices, they have emergency holes in them to allow the wearer to breathe through the mouth if necessary (especially if the wearer has sinus issues). Research has proved that many people using regular mandibular devices experience claustrophobia whilst wearing them. This is not the case with Snoremeds. The deliberate holes in the front of the mouth not only allow for easy breathing through the mouth, they also prevent any excess build-up of spit. Snoremeds anti-snoring mouthpieces have proved to be successful with 85% of snoring sufferers. The option of a smaller mouthpiece is expected to bring further relief to a great many snorers.