We receive lots of emails from people telling us how SnoreRx has changed their lives. Regardless, we decided to put the SnoreRx to a real test and send it to sleep centers, sleep apnea dentists, and medical doctors.
These medical professionals tested the SnoreRx on clients and compared it with expensive oral appliances. These unique medical reviews on the SnoreRx can help you decide if the device is right for you.
We've also created a list of our favorites called Best Anti-Snoring Mouthpieces. You will not only see our rating system but also the reviews of several great mouth guards to choose from.
In this review Dr. Balatgek tests the SnoreRx on her clients at the sleep apnea center she manages.
In this review Dr. Christian has a test group of four users try the SnoreRx and provide their feedback of success.
In this review Dr. S tests the SnoreRx as a lifestyle treatment to accompany diet and lifestyle changes.
In this review Mark Walton discusses why the SnoreRx is his #1 choice of anti-snoring device on the market.
Some time ago, our founder, Mark Walton reviewed the device and rated it "best-in-class."
In his review, he includes measurements of his snoring decrease while using the SnoreRx. After reviewing every mouth guard that is FDA Cleared, and some that are not, the SnoreRx is still his #1 pick.
The majority of user reviews are positive in the above clinical trials. Doctor and dental reviews recommend using the SnoreRx upon seeking professional medical advice on your sleep condition.
SnoreRx is an oral appliance sold as a treatment for snoring. It uses mandibular advancement, which moves the lower jaw forward, to open the upper airway during sleep. A wider airway then improves airflow and reduces snoring.
Yes, SnoreRx really does work. Like any snoring mouthpiece, it takes some getting used to. The concept behind SnoreRx is proven and the adjustability that the SnoreRx device provides ensures a comfortable fit.
Apnea Sciences, the parent company of SnoreRx, suggests that the SnoreRx device will last between 9 and 11 months on average. Some people grind their teeth while sleeping and will experience more wear on their device than average. With proper care you can expect the device to last longer than 12 months.