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How the SnoreMeds anti-snoring mouthpiece works | Using a snoring Mouthguard
SnoreMeds™ works as a splint by positioning and holding the lower jaw slightly forward while you sleep. As a result the throat is kept open, allowing air to easily flow unobstructed through the breathing passage, allowing the patient to breathe more freely and stop snoring.
The reason that 85% of snoring sufferers prefer mandibular anti-snoring devices is because they work!
Mandibular anti snoring devices have been around for a decade. They work on a very simple principle - worn in the mouth, the devices push the lower jaw out by a few millimetres and thereby open up the respiratory tract, allowing air to flow unobstructed through the breathing passage.
SnoreMeds™ is an over-the-counter mandibular device that works effectively with 85% of snorers. Recommended by both doctors and dentists, it is made from non-latex, BPA-free, hypo-allergenic thermoplastic that is easily molded to the shape of the snorer’s mouth.
The SnoreMeds™ device has emergency holes which aid in easier swallowing with significantly less saliva build-up during the night. Research has revealed that many snorers prefer holes in the device and they suffer less from claustrophobia. Mandibular devices, with or without holes, are extremely effective. By preventing snoring, they allow oxygen to flow properly through the body so that the snorer (and the snorer’s bed companion), wake up refreshed.
This results in increased energy levels during the day (no more tiredness at work or nodding off in front of the TV at night); an improved attitude; reduction in headaches (if those headaches were caused by sleeplessness, lack of oxygen or grinding of teeth); and less risk of high blood pressure, heart disease or stroke.