August 2018 Update: SnoreMate is now an outdated product and does not appear to have an active business.
Are you wondering if you are a good candidate for SnoreMate (or any other mandibular advancement device)? There is actually an easy little test you can do right now while you are sitting at the computer. Well, if you are sitting at your desk at work, you might want to wait until you get to the privacy of your own home.
Try to make a snoring sound as loud as you can. It is probably easy, right? Since SnoreMate is designed to hold the lower jaw forward to keep your airway free of obstruction (similar to Zyppah) this is what you need to mimic.
Move your lower jaw forward, so it extends beyond your upper jaw. Now, try snoring again. Were you able to snore? Most people can’t. Even if you did, it was probably very light. This means that you are a good candidate for mandibular advancement anti snoring devices.
Learn more about how SnoreMate works in my review of SnoreMate.