Snoring relief from the first night.
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SnoreMeds is an easy-to-use, one-piece, custom-fit mouthpiece. Customer reviews confirm they are highly effective with snoring sufferers. It works by gently moving the lower jaw forward, thereby opening the throat and keeping the airway unobstructed. This eliminates the vibrations we know as snoring.
- It holds your jaw and tongue forward to improve breathing.
- Custom moulded teeth impressions for a comfortable and secure fit.
- Treat the root cause of snoring and start getting restful sleep.
Barry C - 🇦🇺 Australia⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
"I have snored for years, to the point, it affected relationships and quality of sleep. I have been using the anti-snoring mouthguard for over a month. My partner says I am no longer snoring and I am no longer waking up during the night. Highly recommended.
SnoreMeds anti-snoring mouthpiece is available in 3 different pack quantities.
- Single Pack - 1 x Snoring Mouthpiece | 1 x Fitment Spatula | 1 x Storage Container | Instruction leaflet.
- Double Pack -2 x Snoring Mouthpiece | 2 x Fitment Spatula | 1 x Storage Container | Instruction leaflet.
- Value Pack - 4 x Snoring Mouthpiece |2 x Fitment Spatula | 1 x Storage Container | Instruction leaflet.
Recommended by dentists, doctors and sleep clinics.
SnoreMeds snoring products are SAFE to use and are:
- BPA FREE
- Made from FDA cleared medical grade Thermoplastic
- Latex Free
An anti-snoring mouthpiece will last for up to a year, if cleaned regularly and stored in the container provided. It is recommended that a mouthpiece is changed every 4 months, to prevent bacterial build-up.
Not recommended for people who wear dentures or those under 16 years of age
Jerry M - 🇳🇿 New Zealand ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
"Been using SnoreMeds snoring devices for over 10 years now. Has worked from the start and I am still married"
Poor quality product
Terrible used it twice and threw it out. Will go back to SnoteRX brand. More expensive but at least I know it works.
I find it very uncomfortable and it address my issues.
Was easy to fit. Didn't reduce my snoring but was worth a try
I wanted this to work, but nope.
I'm not sure what to say here. I really wanted this to work for my wife's sake, but I am not having much luck with it. I have not been able to get it to fit very well at all. After my first attempt at moulding the mouthpiece I didn't snore for a bit, which was great, but I was in pain and it took the whole day for my teeth to stop hurting. Also, the mouthpiece only works when both upper and lower sets of teeth are located properly, which for me, is only when I'm deliberately biting down on it. Unfortunately for me (and my wife), as soon as I fall asleep for any length of time, my lower jaw slackens and my teeth no longer sit in the mouthpiece. It's as if the mouthpiece is too thin or something. After re-moulding it my teeth hurt less but the mouthpiece still won't remain in place. Time to try something else I think.
Didn’t really help
Initially when I moulded the mouth piece and for the first two weeks it worked fine, then it no longer became affective. Have now removed it completely.
Hi Simon, The success of ANY anti-snoring mouthpiece lies in the fitment thereof. The lower set of teeth serve only one purpose - to move the mandible forward just a few millimeters, thereby holding the soft tissue in the back of one's throat open, preventing the vibration we all associate with snoring. The top set of teeth hold the mouthpiece in place. Thus, moulding the mouthpiece to the top set of teeth is critical. Softened in hot water, it is vital that the softened walls of the mouthpiece are moulded around the teeth. It is important that one bites down hard, creating impressions in the mouthpiece, whilst using one's index fingers to "mould" the edges of the mouthpiece around the teeth. We also recommend sucking the trapped air between the mouthpiece and palette out, thereby securing the mouthpiece in position. Once all of this has been successfully completed, fitment to the lower jaw is possible. Made from medical grade thermoplastic, sourced from Du Pont in Europe, the mouthpiece may be moulded a number of times, without losing shape. However, using boiling water is not recommended. All too many people advise that the breathe holes have collapsed and the mouthpiece is distorted, because they (literally) "boiled" the mouthpiece... If you still have your mouthpiece, I would recommend re-moulding the mouthpiece a second time, for a better fit.