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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 […]

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SnoreDoc vs SnoreRx

The SnoreDoc and SnoreRx are both classified as MADs (mandibular advancement devices). My experience with each of them is similar to that of a majority of consumers. Both MAD devices do an excellent job of preventing snoring. The SnoreRx the slight edge over the SnoreDoc due to its more slender design and adjustability, which ensures a […]

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Snore Guard vs CPAP

CPAPs (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) are machines that push air through your airway to keep it open and prevent snoring. A Snore Guard is a mandibular advancement device or a MAD that is fitted inside your mouth. It pushes your lower jaw in a slightly advanced position and keeps your air passage open. CPAP machines […]

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Mandibular Advancement Devices (MAD) vs. Tongue-Retaining Devices (TRD)

We all sleep to relax. Nothing revolutionary about that concept, of course. What happens, though, is that the muscles in your throat relax too, and their resting position can often block the path from your mouth/nose down to your lungs. Mouthpieces were designed to address this problem. There are two primary styles of anti-snoring mouthpieces […]

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Good Morning Snore Solution vs SnoreRx

Good Morning Snore Solution and SnoreRx use two different methods to stop you from snoring. Good Morning Snore Solution is a TRD (tongue retaining device) and the SnoreRx Plus is a MAD (mandibular advancement device). Both devices stopped my wife and me from snoring. The ease of fitting and cleaning the Good Morning Snore Solution […]

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ApneaRx vs SnoreRx

The ApneaRx 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 SnoreRx Plus has a significant advantage over the ApneaRx due to its sleeker design, more customizable fit, and its lower cost. Snoring Mouthpieces Compared ApneaRx […]

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SnoreRx vs SnoreMender

My experience with the SnoreRx Plus and the SnoreMender is similar to that of a majority of consumers: both MAD devices do a good job in stopping a person from snoring. There are few differences between the two models that are important to note when considering which one to purchase. Snoring Mouthpieces Compared Understanding several important […]

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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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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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