This Great Snoring Mouthpiece Prevents Grinding of Teeth
Made from soft silicone makes this one of the most comfortable mouthpieces on the market today. It is of the highest quality but is not priced like the other brands. (same quality as a lot of others, but not even close to the price that they charge.)
Four large holes allows you to breathe-easy during sleep.
Air Spring Base allows for a comfortable variable bite opening. This gentle joint decompression
mouthpiece effortlessly controls your tongue position.
Ready form technology allows you to wear this mouthpiece right out of the package, (without boil and biting).
But the proper way is to mold it. How you do this is you, mold the mouthpiece in hot water to comfortably fit your mouth.
Detailed step-by-step instructions are included and a handling tab is provided. After this one fitting, you place the device into your mouth before going to sleep, and take it out when you wake.
The device can be placed in the protective case provided between uses. This will allow it to dry and to protect it from dirt and damage. If it ever feels uncomfortable simply redo the procedure.
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Description (Last Updated On: February 1, 2019)
What are the Features & Functions of this Snoring Mouthpiece?
Prevents Grinding of Teeth
And Eliminates Snoring
The snoring mouthpiece is made from soft silicone, making this one of the most comfortable mouthpieces on the market today.
Four large holes allows you to breathe easy during sleep.
The air spring base allows for a comfortable variable bite opening. And a gentle decompression of the joint effortlessly controls your tongue position.
Ready form technology allows you to wear this mouthpiece right out of the package without boil and biting
How does it work?
The snoring mouthpiece gently holds your lower jaw in a slightly forward position while you sleep.
This opens the airway in your throat which helps to reduce/eliminate snoring.
1. Why do we snore?
Snoring arises when breathing is obstructed. This can be caused by a cold or an anatomical irregularity in the nose or throat. However, the most common cause of snoring, is that the muscles in and around the throat relax too much when we are asleep. This means that the opening in the throat becomes narrow. The air has difficulty in passing to the lungs. As one requires the same amount of air to the lungs, the air intake speed increases. Pressure in the throat increases, and the uvula and soft palate begin to vibrate. The noise produced by these vibrations is called snoring. Therefore, snoring is a sign of troubled breathing during sleep. The louder the snoring sound, the narrower the opening in the throat.
2. Is snoring common?
Yes! Snoring is a common phenomenon which has existed for as long as people have slept. Calculations concerning the frequency of snoring show, it is so common, that there is a snorer in nearly every second home. Men are more frequent snorers than women in there younger years. This difference equalizes more as women age.
1 x snoring mouthpiece in a factory sealed bag (box not included)
1 x sturdy protective case
1 x handling tab to enable you to hold the mouthpiece when fitting
1 x instructions