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One Downside Of Snoring Mouthpieces There are perhaps thousands of anti-snoring products that are currently on the market, some of which are downright bizarre. Throughout the years, the snoring mouthpiece and chinstrap have remained two of the most popular over the counter snoring solutions, each being sold by a number of different manufacturers. The snoring […] Read More

Adaptive Servo Ventilation (ASV) and CPAP Therapy Snoring is the most common and recognizable symptom of sleep apnea, a serious and sometimes life threatening sleep disorder.  There are two main types of sleep apnea: obstructive sleep apnea and central sleep apnea.  Both types have several forms of treatment options but the most commonly prescribed and […] Read More

The Relationship Between OSA, Arthritis and Osteoporosis Only in recent years have we discovered the relationship between snoring, sleep apnea and several medical conditions including heart disease, high blood pressure, anxiety, depression, and ADHD. We are now learning of two more conditions that are related to snoring and sleep apnea – Osteoporosis and Osteoarthritis. While […] Read More

Sleep Apnea and Anxiety Snoring and sleep apnea limit the amount of oxygen to the brain leaving an overage of carbon dioxide which may be linked to anxiety.  When the brain is lacking oxygen, certain areas within the brain become impacted by the oxygen shortage and can trigger anxiety, fear, panic attacks, and depression.  This […] Read More

Routinely waking up each morning with an unexpected headache is a concern that should be appropriately addressed as it may be an indicator of an underlying condition. While there are a number of possible explanations for morning headaches such as severe high blood pressure, dehydration, hangovers,  bruxism, low blood sugar, and caffeine withdrawal, we are […] Read More

According to a study conducted at Standford University, those that are clinically diagnosed with depression are more at risk of developing sleep apnea compared to those that are not depressed.  The study showed that those with depression were five times more likely to be diagnosed with sleep apnea.  Researchers are still studying whether or not […] Read More

Parkinson’s disease affects nearly 10 million people worldwide and 4 million of them suffer from snoring and sleep apnea. What is Parkinson’s Disease Parkinson’s is a chronic neurodegenerative disease that attacks neurons located in the brain.  The neurons release a chemical called dopamine which causes the brain to lose control of body movement and function. […] Read More

Nose cones and Mouthguards, What’s the Difference? Nose cones, vents, dilator, clips, no matter what you call them they all serve the same purpose which is to hold your nostrils open to maximize breathing for better sleeping and less snoring. Nose cones are sold under a variety of names including WoodyKnows, P&J Health, NoseDoze, Turbine, Stanaway, […] Read More

Snoring has become a recent epidemic in the United States in recent years and is causing many snorers as well as their sleeping partners to search for remedies to treat and stop snoring – one of these snoring treatments is acupuncture.  Acupuncture is a holistic medical procedure that stimulates the body and nervous systems by […] Read More

Why Do I Wake Up With A Sore Throat? It’s 6:00 am and you wake up with a sore throat. The first thought that comes to mind is that you may be coming down with a cold, but you don’t have time to deal with being sick. You have a very busy day at work, […] Read More

All About Stop Snoring Pills In western medicine, we have a pill for nearly every ailment, so it’s quite common for people to seek a pill or tablet for one of the most common issues faced in the American household – snoring. With no shortage of demand for such a product, several companies have stepped […] Read More

What is Diabetes? For years, most of us have believed that the disturbing sound of snoring is simply a bedroom nuisance that’s jokingly dismissed. Today, numerous medical studies have shown a link between snoring and a number of serious medical conditions such as obstructive sleep apnea, high blood pressure, heart attack, stroke, and even diabetes […] Read More

Which One Works Better – Snoring Mouthpiece or Chinstrap? There’s a debate among snorers who are unable to decide whether to choose a snoring mouthguard or chinstrap. Both products have received a bit of attention in recent years but are both equally effective at treating snoring? We are going to examine each and help you […] Read More

Snoring impacts more than half of the population and may actually be caused by what you eat. They say you are what you eat, right? Well, what if you snore because of what you eat? There are many foods that are a part of our daily diet that may be the underlying cause of your […] Read More

Where Does Snoring Originate From? In a sea of anti-snoring products, it’s often difficult to make a decision when all companies promise to put an end to your snoring. There are literally hundreds of product to choose from including nose cones, chin straps, mouthpieces, special pillows, and nasal strips to name a few. How does […] Read More

With the growing number of cancer patients and sleep apnea cases in the United States and Europe, many are wondering if there is a link between snoring and cancer.  Will snoring actually put you at risk of developing cancer?  Or is snoring a symptom of one of the many types of cancers? Studies about Cancer […] Read More

The didgeridoo is a musical instrument used throughout ancient Australian culture which is said to treat and stop snoring by practicing certain breathing techniques needed to create the one of a kind sound.  It was first developed in northern Australia and has gained popularity throughout the years and is now played in countries around the […] Read More

There are two main types of sleep apnea that both relate to snoring: central sleep apnea and obstructive sleep apnea. Both forms of sleep apnea deal with limiting the amount of oxygen to the body and brain. Both also have the symptom of snoring, however, the reason your airway becomes obstructed is actually completely different […] Read More

What is Obesity Hypoventilation Syndrome? Obesity Hypoventilation Syndrome (OHS), also known by the name Pickwickian Syndrome, was first identified in the 1950’s and is a form of sleep related breathing disorders that is characterized by low blood-oxygen levels caused by failure to breathe deeply or fast enough. This condition is typically found in those who […] Read More

The Reasons Why Men Snore More Than Women While most women are unwilling to admit to others that they snore, there’s no denying the fact that snoring occurs in both men and women. It’s also true that while women do snore, it’s much more likely for a man to snore than a women. While the […] Read More

Why Your Body Needs Water Water, H2O, Aqua, call it what you like but it’s essential in order to maintain life. While we all know this, it’s surprising to hear that up to 75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated. Did you know that over 60% of our body mass is, you guessed it – water? […] Read More

Natural Snoring Solutions and Herbal Remedies Snoring has become a burdensome nuisance in the bedroom and many Americans are looking for natural remedies to stop snoring.  More than 20 million people in the United States alone suffer from snoring, and that number is said to double in the next few years.  Because of the recent […] Read More

MMA Maxillomandibular Advancement surgery, or MMA, is an effective treatment for obstructive sleep apnea, or OSA.  OSA occurs when the pharynx collapses in the back of the throat, blocking the airway and causing a series of missed breathes typically followed by a large gasp for air and loud snoring.  MMA surgery, commonly referred to as […] Read More

The Buteyko Method is a popular method used by many people as a natural way to control your breathing and stop snoring. The Buteyko Method and Snoring Dr. Konstantin Buteyko was a russion doctor, born in 1923 about an hour and a half from Kiev, Russia.   During his medical training, and after hundreds of […] Read More

What is Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome? Sleep Related Breathing Disorders (SRBD) can be broken down into three stages – Benign snoring, Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome (UARS), and finally Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). Some expert argue that it’s a progressive disorder that starts with non-harmful snoring and ends in OSA which cause a number of health […] Read More

Is the Good Morning Snore Solution on Ebay the Real Deal? The Good Morning Snore Solution is a tongue stabilizing device that was introduced by Dr. Leslie Dort of Canada in 2007 after several studies were conducted, proving this device to be effective. Here’s one such study that was published. This is a mouthpiece that I […] Read More

Snoring is a bedroom nuisance that can be heard in nearly half the households across the US on any given night. Anti-snoring products are a multi-million dollar industry that include a variety of different devices and supplements, all of which promise less snoring and a better nights sleep. As they say, some of the best […] Read More

The Airing Micro CPAP The Micro CPAP machine is a recently designed product that is currently under FDA review and is being tested to treat sleep apnea.  The micro CPAP machine is an exceptionally smaller technology compared to a normal CPAP machine, as it does not have long hoses, a large machine, or a face […] Read More

Nose cones, vents and dilators, are actually referring to the same type of product that is used to stop snoring – nasal dilators.  Nasal dilators were developed as a surgical alternative to open the nasal valve in the nostril, in order to improve airflow during sleep, and reduce or stop snoring.  Nasal dilators are not […] Read More

Laser-Assisted Uvulopalatoplasty (LAUP) LAUP is a series of procedures and office visits where the doctor reshapes the uvula in order to stop loud and habitual snoring.  The uvula hangs across your tongue in the back of the mouth.  It’s a soft fleshy tissue that is considered part of your soft palate.  When you swallow, the […] Read More

When it comes to treating Obstructive Sleep Apnea, there are now more options available than ever. Two of the most popular treatment options are Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) Therapy and Oral Appliance Therapy. Their are several variations of both products. For instance CPAP Therapy may include an number of different types of machines including […] Read More

How to Deal With A Snoring Partner – 4 Step Solution to Speaking With Your Spouse Snoring – it’s a problem that affecst over ninety million Americans on a nightly basis. Although snoring is viewed by many in a joking manner, it can very easily cause a serious relationship strain, especially if one of the […] Read More

Snoring has become a serious nuisance in bedrooms across America.  Now 1 in 4 adults snore on a regular basis and of those snorers, many suffer from sleep disorders like sleep apnea.  Sleep apnea is a common sleep disorder where you pause your breathing for several seconds or breathe a series of shallow unproductive breaths. […] Read More

An alternative anti-snoring method or procedure to stop sleep apnea and snoring is a somnoplasty.  The procedure is common and involves injecting radiofrequncy energy and heat to create scar tissue in the back of the mouth and throat. Radiofrequency Energy Somnoplasties are often referred to as radiofrequency ablations.  Radiofrequency is heat generated from an electric […] Read More

Does Smoking Cause You to Snore? As a smoker, throughout the years you have probably heard all of the reasons why smoking is dangerous – emphysema, pneumonia, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and even lung cancer just to name a few. Smoking effects everything from your heart to lungs and causes nearly half a million […] Read More

Can High Blood Pressure be Caused by Snoring? You may have heard it before – Snoring can lead to high blood pressure. This is a statement that is commonly repeated but is it really true? Is it possible that this seemingly innocent little sound made by millions of people each night can be the cause […] Read More

The Science Behind Yoga Yoga is based on Hinduism and Buddhism practices that date back to ancient India during the 11th century.  It’s a set of mental and physical exercises, movements, and breathing techniques that not only benefit you physically, but mentally.  Yoga directs the mind to focus on specific body moments and breathing patterns […] Read More

  Snoring is caused by an obstruction in the airway and essential oils can actually decrease inflammation that may be causing the obstruction.  While you sleep and your tongue relaxes in your mouth, the airway can becoming blocked and limit the flow of oxygen.  When this occurs, your tissues in your mouth start to vibrate […] Read More

The Link Between Snoring and Erectile Dysfunction Hey guys, today I’m going to talk about a topic that most men avoid and that’s erectile dysfunction, and more specifically snoring, as it relates to erectile dysfunction (ED). If you have noticed that snoring is keeping your wife up while your external organ remains down, you might want to listen […] Read More

If you and your spouse or partner sleep in different bedrooms, you are not alone.  Over 20 percent of married couples alone sleep in separate rooms, and many for multiple reasons including opposite work schedules, having children with sleeping problems, underlying marital issues, and the most popular and burdensome being snoring. History of Sleeping in […] Read More

How Carrying Extra Weight Contributes to Snoring Snoring is an issue that affects over 90 million Americans. Of the 90 million that snore, about a quarter have mild to moderate sleep apnea. These numbers are similar in most other developed countries. What’s the cause of this epidemic? Why are so many of us snoring? Why […] Read More

Without insurance or limited insurance with high copays, the cost of a new CPAP machine can be so prohibitive that some people will buy used ones. However, the problem with this solution is navigating through all the different websites and trying to find a CPAP which is safe and works right. There are companies which […] Read More

The Debate Between the Prescribed SomnoDent and Non-Prescription Mouthpieces Oral appliances or dental appliances have been in existence for over 80 years now, although they have not been widely used to treat snoring and sleep apnea until the 1980’s when they were brought to light after several studies concluded that they were effective at treating both […] Read More

Will A Snoring Mouthpiece Fix My Snoring Permanently? When you have a problem, you want a permanent solution and not just a temporary fix, right?  If your problem is snoring, this statement especially rings true. If you are considering using a snoring mouthpiece and want to know if it’s a permanent fix, the answer to […] Read More

How to Keep Your Husband From Snoring Is your husband’s snoring keeping you up all night? You may spend minutes or even hours nudging him in hopes of getting a break of silence long enough to fall asleep. Unfortunately, the silence is short-lived and the snoring resumes. Eventually, you give up and retreat to the guest […] Read More

According to the American Association or Orthodontics, it’s estimated that over 1.2 million adults in the Unites States are wearing braces to straighten their teeth and to obtain a beautiful smile. It’s also estimated that around 50% of adults snore, meaning that there are at least 600,000 adult snorers out there, some who are considering a […] Read More

Can You Die From Snoring? There has been quite a bit of attention drawn towards snoring these days. Millions of us either snore or deal with a snoring partner each night. Aside from being a nuisance for your partner, did you know that snoring can actually kill you? To be more specific, the act of snoring […] Read More

Why you snore during pregnancy Many pregnant women experience snoring during their late stages of pregnancy.  It is common that women who were never snorers before pregnancy can experience pregnant snoring.  In fact, snoring occurs in nearly half of all women during pregnancy.  This is commonly seen towards the end of the second trimester and […] Read More

Will a White Noise Machine Help With Snoring? Sleeping next to a partner who snores is not only frustrating but may even cause you to lose sleep, placing a strain on your relationship. Snoring is an issue that affects an estimated 40% – 50% of the US population. It’s no wonder why anti-snoring products are […] Read More

An injection Snoreplasty is a relatively new medical procedure that is indented to aid against and stop snoring. Unlike other procedures such as tonsillectomies and adenoidectomies, an injection snoreplasty is much less painful, fast, and affordable. The procedure itself involves first numbing the upper palate of the mouth, and then injecting a stiffening or sclerosing […] Read More

Adenoids are masses of lymphoid tissues that are located right behind the nasal passageways, behind the nose. They are a part of the body’s immune system and play a first-line defensive role along with the tonsils. They act as a filter by keeping harmful germs that travel through the nose or mouth from entering further […] Read More

Tonsillectomy The pair of soft tissues on either side of the back of the throat are your tonsils. Tonsils help to fight infections and are part of the lymphatic system. When your tonsils are fighting an infection, they will actually slightly enlarge, called hypertrophic tonsils or tonsillitis, resulting in a reduction of your airway size […] Read More

Snoring mouthpieces have become a popular snoring cure these days, sending snorers by the dozen to their local pharmacies such as Walgreens and CVS to find relief. The primary reason why this has become a popular choice is simple -they are effective and inexpensive. After testing several dozen of them, I can attest to their effectiveness. Can snoring mouthpieces […] Read More

AveoTSD Phone number: 800-854-7256 Email: mail@glidewelldental.com Review: AveoTSD Mailing Address: Glidewell Laboratories 4141 MacArthur Blvd. Newport Beach, CA 92660 United States Good Morning Snore Solution Phone number: 877-867-6979 Email: info@goodmorningsnoresolution.com Review: GMSS Mailing Address: Mpowrx Health & Wellness Products 2012 INC. Alastair Ross Technology Centre Suite 510, 3553 – 31 St Northwest Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2L 2K7 […] Read More

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), a condition were breathing becomes shallow and often pauses for several seconds while asleep, is becoming increasingly common not only in the United States but all around the world. While being older than 40 and carrying a few extra pounds are often to blame for this condition, this is not always […] Read More

Some of my readers occasionally write in to express concern about the possibility of a snoring mouthpiece causing tooth movement or shift, a change in their bite or alignment issues. This is a valid concern as no one wants to correct a snoring problem at the expense of the appearance of their teeth. Let’s get […] Read More

Morning sickness, fatigue, and unusual food cravings are all common and often anticipated side effects of pregnancy. However, the occurrence of snoring on the other hand leaves most pregnant women confused and usually concerned. If you are pregnant and have recently started snoring, you may find comfort knowing that over 25% of women begin to snore at sometime during their pregnancy. […] Read More

Oral Appliance Therapy – The CPAP Alternative You have spent countless nights trying to become accustomed to wearing your CPAP mask and have grown tired and feel defeated. Frustration sets in and you are actually considering surgery as a solution to your sleep apnea. If this sounds familiar, you may want to take another look at your […] Read More

Several years ago when I first looked into buying an anti-snoring mouthguard, I remember wondering exactly what it would feel like to wear one of these devices. Some of the products that were available appeared large in size and intimidating. I simply couldn’t imagine the idea of falling asleep with such a monstrous piece of plastic in my mouth. Fortunately, […] Read More

A common question asked by those who are interested in a Mandibular Advancement Device is “Will my insurance cover one and how much will I have to pay?”. There are actually several different factors that will determine if and how much your health insurance will cover. Determining insurance coverage Dental appliances for Obstructive Sleep Apnea Before getting too far ahead, […] Read More

How safe are snoring mouthpieces? According to the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, about 24% of women and 40% of men have a snoring problem. Currently (as of 2015) the population in the United States is approximately 319 million. Assuming that half of the population are men and half women, that’s 38 million snoring women […] Read More

Tell me about dental appliances One of the latest snoring treatment options to appear on the market is the dental appliance, better known as a snoring mouthpiece. While the technology behind this device dates back to the 1980’s when it was issued exclusively by dentists, it wasn’t until recent years that several manufacturers started to produce […] Read More

The Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) machine is considered the “gold standard” when it comes to treating Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). Those who have been prescribed a CPAP machine often describe the experience as uncomfortable, irritating, and cumbersome. Some patients complain of issues keeping their mask securely fastened to their face, a dry stuffy nose, […] Read More

Considerations before buying a Snoring Mouthpiece on Amazon With over 200 million items offered for sale from 35 different departments, it’s no wonder why Amazon.com is the worlds largest e-commerce company with over $74 billion in annual sales. The large selection of items that are available at competitive pricing can be a bit overwhelming. Where else can you find everything from the […] Read More

Do women really snore? “Women don’t snore!” Throughout the years, this common belief has been accepted as factual information by most people. If you live with a female partner who keeps you awake throughout the night, you already know that nothing could be further from the truth.  Perhaps you are the guilty party and have come here to find […] Read More

Who makes mouthpieces for smaller mouths? Lately, I have received several emails from my readers concerning snoring mouthpieces that are simply too large to fit comfortably into their mouth. They are curious to know if a smaller, more compact alternative is available. Up until recently, most manufacturers have failed to address this size issue. The majority are still […] Read More

About Snore No More The Goodnight Anti-snoring ring is a non-invasive method used to stop snoring. This product is a great natural form of medicine that does not involve awkward mouthpieces or painful nose strips. More than 90 million Americans and 15 million British suffer from snoring currently and can choose from 852 anti-snoring devices, […] Read More

The Good Morning Snore Solution (GMSS) and the SnoreRx are two distinctly different products that are both designed to achieve one common goal which is to prevent snoring. The GMSS was invented by Dr. Leslie Dort, a Canadian dentist while Jim Fallon created the SnoreRx with the assistance of a team of engineers and specialist. Both […] Read More

As a chronic snorer, I have tried a number of different anti-snoring mouthpieces in an effort to find one that is effective as well as comfortable and affordable. Along the way I have tested both the ZQuiet and the SnoreRx and while both were actually effective, there were some clear differences between the two. Design The ZQuiet uses a one […] Read More

What is sleep? Before discussing how alcohol causes snoring, it’s important to have a basic understanding of what sleep is and how consuming alcohol affects sleep. Sleep is a normal, cyclical state of unconsciousness from which a person can be quickly awakened. It is as fundamental to life as food and water. Sleep experts theorize that sleep is […] Read More

As a snorer, you might interested in having a better understand why snoring occurs. This has been a topic of debate among medical professionals for several years now. As it turns out, there are actually numerous causes of snoring including sinus issues, carrying excessive weight, old age, drug or alcohol use, poor muscle tone in the throat, […] Read More

Positional therapy is a concept that many snoring and obstructive sleep apnea suffers have likely never even heard of. It’s a very simple method that can effectively eliminate snoring and in some cases, prevent mild OSA from occurring. This noninvasive technique costs little to nothing to try and is often overlooked by many who bypass this simple solution while seeking […] Read More

You probably already know that carrying a few extra pounds can lead to a number of medical issues including high blood pressure, diabetes, stroke, kidney disease and heart disease. Having a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 25 or greater is considered “overweight” and is usually caused by poor eating habits and a lack of physical activity. According to […] Read More

While searching for a stop snoring solution, you may have encountered a few manufacturers who are selling chin straps that promise a better night of sleep and an end to your snoring. Can a chinstrap really help to prevent snoring? This is an excellent question that deserves a thoughtful answer. Exactly what is a snoring chinstrap? […] Read More

Try now, Just pay $9.95 Does phrase sound familiar? If you have recently visited the Puresleep website in search of a snoring mouthpiece you have likely become frustrated trying to figure out exactly how much the Puresleep really costs. In a desperate attempt to figure out the true price,  you commit to buying the device by […] Read More

History of the Breathe Right Nasal Strip Nasal strips, commonly marketed under the brand “Breathe Right” have been sold worldwide since 1992 and have quickly gained popularity as NFL players were the first to endorse this product. Bruce Johnson, the inventor behind the Breathe Right dilator strips, created this product while in search of relief from his […] Read More

Surprisingly, one of the most common questions asked by those with a snoring problem is “Are there any surgery options for people who snore?”. While surgery is certainly an option for those who have a severe snoring issue, it should be considered as a last resort when all else fails. In most cases doctors will […] Read More

If you have turned on the television in recent weeks you have likely noticed an increase in the frequency and number of advertisements that are promoting stop snoring mouthpieces for $9.95, $9.99, $19.99 or a similar ultra-low price range. Perhaps you have a spouse that snores or maybe just a roommate? Whatever the case may […] Read More

There are several factors that one should consider prior to purchasing an anti-snoring mouthpiece such as comfort, quality, adjustability, and price. However, there is one attribute that many fail to consider. Buying a device that permits mouth breathing is often overlooked by those who suffer from sinus or allergy issues. Oral appliances, or snoring mouthguards, […] Read More

If you were to ask a dozen of my closest friends and family members “Who is the most frugal person that you know?” in all likelihood most, if not all, would respond “Bob!”. Yes, I’m that guy who wears the same clothes until they are riddled with holes before even considering a thrift store replacement. […] Read More

Loud snoring vs. sleep apnea: What’s the difference? A common question often asked by snorers is “What is the difference between plain loud snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)?”. Sometimes, loud snoring  is simply caused by the vibration of tissues in the airway. Other times, OSA is involved and actually causes a partial or complete physical […] Read More

In recent years the Tongue Stabilizing Device (TSD) has become a popular treatment option for both snoring and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). For years the Mandibular Advancement Device (MAD) has been the most popular choice in oral appliance therapy but today TSD’s are rapidly capturing an increasing percentage of the market share. What exactly are […] Read More

It’s 3 am and you’ve been wide awake, listening to the sound of your partner snoring the night away. You turn on the TV and suddenly a late night infomercial seems to be speaking directly to you. “Your snoring sounds like a freight train and even though you don’t know it, your partner sure does. […] Read More

An inevitable part of owning a snoring mouthpiece is the need to clean it. Considering that the human mouth contains on average between 800-1000 different strains of bacteria, it’s very easy to see why daily cleansing of your device is necessary. The inside of the mouth is dark, moist, and warm which creates the perfect […] Read More

Top 3 reasons why anti-snoring mouthguard falls out at night Snorers who are new to oral appliances occasionally face challenges which cause them to second guess the effectiveness of the device that they just purchased. One such challenge is dealing with a mouthpiece that falls out at night while sleeping. Since I have faced this issue […] Read More

Perhaps one of the best ways to silence the sound of snoring is by using a mouthguard specifically designed for this purpose. Those who are interested in giving one of these devices a try may be wondering where they can buy a snoring mouthpiece. To answer this question, let me first start out by mentioning […] Read More

Why some choose a mouthpiece over the CPAP One of the most common questions that is often asked is: “Can I use a snoring mouthpiece as an alternative to my CPAP machine for sleep apnea?”. This is an excellent question that deserves a thorough answer. Sleep apnea and snoring often go hand in hand. In fact, […] Read More

A mouthpiece can be an excellent solution when it comes to preventing snoring. However, if you’ve had dental work performed such as dentures (full or partial) bridge work, or crowns (caps), you may have a number of questions related to your ability to use a mandibular advancement device. Several manufactures fail to address this concern, […] Read More

While searching for a stop snoring device several months back I came across a product that was like no other. This device was called the “Good Morning Snore Solution” and unlike several other products that I was familiar with, this one required no fitting and did not work by advancing the lower jaw. So how […] Read More

When snoring becomes a problem which products actually work? Several years ago I discovered that I had a snoring problem. Well, actually it was my wife who discovered my problem. In an effort to find relief and save our marriage, I began a quest to find a stop snoring product that actually works. My search […] Read More

If you happen to live with someone who snores, there is a good chance that you have at least considered the use of earplugs in a desperate attempt to enjoy a peaceful uninterrupted night of rest. Earplugs come in several different styles including expandable foam, shaped silicone, musician style, custom fitted and even electronic earplugs. […] Read More

Snoring is an issue that affects between 94 and 157 million Americans each year. Such a widespread issue gets a lot of attention from snorers and particularly those who have to live with them. An increasing number of snore relief products have hit the shelves in the past decade. A few of these products work […] Read More

We all know of someone who snores on a regular basis. This person may be a spouse, parent, family member, or perhaps even yourself. Snoring is a common nuisance that has plagued households for centuries and there are no signs of it becoming less prevalent. Exactly how common is snoring? Over the years several surveys […] Read More

Every year an increasing number of people are being diagnosed with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) and they are typically issued a CPAP machine which for years has been the gold standard for treating OSA. Unfortunately, many find their prescribed mask to be uncomfortable and end up storing the device away in a closet or they […] Read More

There is one question that is often asked by anyone interested in using an oral appliance to control their snoring and that question is “Can you choke on a snoring mouthpiece?”. This is of course an excellent question because after all, safety should always be your number one concern and the last thing that you […] Read More

Your dentist may have recommended an oral appliance (also known as a mouthpiece) to treat your snoring or perhaps you just watched a TV infomercial selling some type of stop snoring contraption. One way or another you have heard that treating the common problem of snoring could be as simple as placing a specially designed […] Read More

If you suffer from snoring or OSA there is a good chance that you have at least heard of the Pillar Procedure and perhaps have considered trying it to relieve your snoring or sleep apnea. Some doctors suggest that their patients consider trying this procedure if they are unable to tolerate a CPAP or Oral […] Read More

The unspoken truths about anti-snoring oral devices Nearly every industry, to some degree, employs marketing tactics that are often questionable and the anti-snoring industry is no exception. While most manufactures know better than to make false statements while advertising, many are guilty of deception by omission – that is not telling the whole truth by […] Read More

Who invented the mouthguard? The sports mouthguard, also known as a sports gumshield, athletic mouthguards or gumguard has been used for several years to protect the teeth of contact sports players. The origin of use dates back to just before the turn of the 20th century when boxers would stuff cotton, wood, and a number […] Read More

In recent months, numerous polls on bad bedroom habits have been conducted in the US, UK, and Australia. While the results varied from one poll to another, snoring constantly held the number one position for most annoying bedroom habit. The act of snoring is more prevalent of an annoyance than teeth grinding, fidgeting, hogging the […] Read More

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