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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. […]

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ZQuiet vs SnoreRx Snoring Mouthpieces Compared

The ZQuiet, like the SnoreRX, holds your jaw slightly forward to keep your airway open. Each device belongs to a standard line of anti-snoring devices known as MADs (mandibular advancement device). My wife and I tried both. Personally I prefer ZQuiet, but my wife found that she had slightly better results with the SnoreRX (due to […]

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SnoreRx vs PureSleep

SnoreRx and PureSleep belong to the mandibular advancement device (MAD) group. The design forces your jaw forward, which opens up your airway to allow you to breathe while asleep without snoring. You wear both the SnoreRx Plus and PureSleep inside your mouth. PureSleep Mouthpiece The PureSleep comes in two parts: an upper piece and a lower […]

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Review of the SnoreRx Anti-Snoring Device, by Dr. Serena Goldstein, ND

I wasn’t sure what to expect when first trying the SnoreRx. My experience with CPAP machines is they can be tedious to put on and hard to sleep in. I was pleasantly surprised upon receiving a small, easy device to handle and use. This portability of SnoreRx is convenient as compared to a nightly CPAP […]

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SnoreRx vs CPAP

You wear the SnoreRx inside your mouth where it keeps your jaw thrust forward, opening your airway. SnoreRx belongs to the classification of devices known as MADs (mandibular advancement device). The CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) devices have an electric pump that forces pressurized air into your air passage to stop snoring. Users wear a […]

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Ripsnore Review

Considering Ripsnore is priced right in line with many other good anti snoring devices, I expected it to at least be comfortable or effective, or maybe even both. It claims to have a 98 percent success rate and it is an "As Seen on TV" product, so it's quite popular. Sadly, as I should already […]

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SnoreDoc Review

Update: From what I can tell, SnoreDoc has closed its doors (the website is down as of July 31, 2019). Like always, I encourage you to read the Best Anti-Snoring Devices list that our pros and doctors helped put together. From the moment I initially visited the SnoreDoc website, I loved everything about this device. […]

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SnoreRx and VitalSleep Snoring Mouthpieces Compared

MADS or mandibular advancement devices hold your jaw slightly forward in order to open up your airway and keep you from making any snoring sounds. The SnoreRx and the VitalSleep devices are MADs. Each of the anti-snoring devices fit inside your mouth. Both are very comfortable to wear. My wife and I found that we […]

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TheraSnore vs. SnoreRx

The TheraSnore and SnoreRx Plus are similar in many ways, including the ability to adjust the lower jaw incrementally between five to six positions, and the ability to custom mold the mouthpiece. If you trying to decide between the two, this article may help you see the differences and choose the one that is right […]

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Tap 3 Elite vs SnoreRx

The Tap 3 Elite and SnoreRx are both classified as MADs (mandibular advancement devices). My experience with each of them is similar to most consumers: both MAD devices do an excellent job. The Tap 3 Elite has a significant edge over the SnoreRx Plus, however, due to its sleeker design, more customized fit, and ease […]

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