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Anti-Snoring Devices

There are scores of devices on the market to help you stop snoring. These reviews will help you find the right match without having to test each one yourself.

 

SnoreMender PS Review

SnoreMender PS Review

The SnoreMender PS design looks very simple until you see that it opens and closes easily (see video below), which is rare for one of these top-rated anti-snoring mouthpieces. Being able to move your mouth while wearing a device is a pretty attractive quality, but I’m sorry to tell you that my experience with this…

My Snoring Solution Review

My Snoring Solution Review

In my quest to find a device that would put a stop to my snoring, I stumbled across the My Snoring Solution chinstrap. I only planned on trying mouthpieces, such as SnoreRx, but I found this product to be so unique that I couldn’t resist. It had a 90-day money back guarantee, so I figured I really…

SnoreRx at CVS: Our Review

SnoreRx at CVS: Our Review

SnoreRx is a mandibular advancement device (MAD). It treats snoring by shifting the position of your lower jaw forward. This prevents the soft tissue of the throat from obstructing your airway. It has FDA approval for use as a snoring reduction device. All good MADs are customizable, with most using the boil and bite method….

SnoreMeds Review

SnoreMeds Review

Although many people love mouthpieces with all the bells and whistles, I tend to be drawn to the devices with a simpler design, as long as they work. I had high hopes for SnoreMeds. I should actually say my bank account had high hopes for SnoreMeds. I liked that it looks simple and easy to…

SnoreRx vs SnoreMD Pro

SnoreRx vs SnoreMD Pro

The SnoreRx and Snore MD Pro are mandibular advancement devices or MADs. These type of anti-snoring devices keep your jaw thrust forward so that your airway remains open and you don’t snore. You wear these versions of a MAD inside your mouth. Both SnoreRx and SnoreMD Pro have Flex Jaw to help customize the fit. Snoring Mouthpieces…

SomnoGuard AP 2 Review

SomnoGuard AP 2 Review

If you are like me, you automatically assume that mouthpieces that are only available by prescription are going to be superior to those you order online. After all, there has to be a good reason why they typically cost more and they are harder to get your hands on, right? Unfortunately, this is not the…