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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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ZQuiet vs SnoreGuard

The ZQuiet, similarly to the Snore Guard, keeps your jaw slightly forward to maintain an open airway. Both devices are part of a standard line of anti-snoring products known as MADs (mandibular advancement device). My wife and I tried both of them. Each device worked relatively well but my wife, due to her smaller sized […]

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Ripsnore vs SnoreMender

These two MADs (mandibular advancement devices) made by Ripsnore and SnoreMender both work with varying degrees of success. My wife and I slept wonderfully while using the SnoreMender but the bulky and ill-fitting Ripsnore presented many challenges throughout the night. If it is a choice between the Ripsnore and SnoreMender, seriously consider using SnoreMender. Snoring […]

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Zyppah vs. ZQuiet

If you have been exploring mouthpiece options then you have probably found that when it comes to mandibular advancement devices (MADs), Zyppah and ZQuiet tend to the most popular picks. Both devices are on my list of top four favorite anti-snoring solutions, but I like ZQuiet just a bit more. This does not mean you […]

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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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Zyppah vs SnoreRx

Both of these snoring mouth guards are classified as MADs (mandibular advancement devices), though the Zyppah is more of a hybrid device. In my mind, both units are excellent options. However, SnoreRx has the edge over Zyppah due to its calibration functionality, comfort and superior customer service. Zyppah and SnoreRx Mouthpieces Compared Though I did […]

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VitalSleep vs PureSleep

These two MADs (mandibular advancement devices) made by VitalSleep and PureSleep both work very well. My wife and I slept comfortably with both devices. The convenience factor of the VitalSleep ultimately made it our preference over PureSleep. You have to be careful during the fitting process with PureSleep. Review all the instructions before you try either […]

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Ripsnore Vs PureSleep

These two MADs (mandibular advancement devices) made by Ripsnore and PureSleep both work with varying degrees of success. My wife and I slept comfortably while using the PureSleep but the bulky and ill-fitting Ripsnore presented a number of challenges throughout the night. PureSleep PureSleep arrives in two parts: one piece is fitted to the upper […]

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Ripsnore vs ZQuiet

These two MADs (mandibular advancement devices) made by Ripsnore and ZQuiet both work with varying degrees of success. My wife and I slept wonderfully while using the ZQuiet but the bulky and ill-fitting Ripsnore presented many of challenges throughout the night. Seriously consider using ZQuiet and forget about the uncomfortable and ineffective Ripsnore. Snoring Mouthpieces Compared […]

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SnoreMate vs. VitalSleep

August 2018 Update:   SnoreMate is now an outdated product and does not appear to have an active business.  Disregard the following information. ------------- The biggest attraction to SnoreMate is its price. At $32 for a single snoring mouthpiece, you really can't go wrong, right? Well, if that $32 ends up tossed in your junk drawer […]

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