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Need A Mouthguard For Snoring?
It doesn’t matter who you are – rich, poor, single, or part of a devoted family – if you’re snoring loudly throughout the night, you’re causing yourself and the people around you a heap of aggravation. Snoring isn’t just loud and annoying, it’s a real breathing problem.
Snoring is the result of a slackness in the jaw that partially seals off your throat while you sleep. Now, you can also potentially get sleep apnea when snoring gets too advanced. That’s when your breathing passages cut off altogether. I don’t need to stress how serious that can be.
And others seem to grasp that seriousness too – there are plenty of gimmicks and home remedies aimed at cutting off snoring for good. But a good old fashioned mouthguard might be the strongest solution for your snoring.
Here’s How Snoring Mouthguards Work
It fits over your teeth, compensating for your underbite or overbite… and holds your lower jaw forward so that you can breathe clearly. You’ve probably seen similar mouthguards at sporting events, but those just have one piece that clamps over the teeth and protects the mouth from impacts – usually the body of an opposing player.
Now, a snoring mouthguard fits snugly around your front teeth and bottom teeth, pulling your jaw forward and freeing up a little room in your throat for air. That way the tissues in your throat don’t vibrate as much.
What Do You Need From A Snoring Mouthguard?
Well, first it needs to be comfortable. The last thing you want is a mouthguard that’s too big to ignore – if it takes you a week to get used to sleeping with it, you’ve probably ruined your natural patterns, and a restful sleep is the whole point of getting the mouthguard in the first place! A guard that feels bad and stretches your jaw like it’s being assaulted by an angry pro wrestler is totally self-defeating.
It needs to have a clinically proven success rate. Look, unless you’re paying hundreds of dollars to consult your dentist, have a mold custom made for you, and get regular follow ups, you can’t guarantee success with a snoring mouthguard.
But you can guarantee a minimum level of trustworthiness by getting an FDA approved guard, from a company that’s willing to give you your money back if the guard doesn’t work or isn’t quite right for you.
Finally, it needs to deliver fast results. Mouthguards can get expensive, and even if there’s a money back guarantee, you can’t afford to spend 2 weeks for shipping and two weeks waiting for results that may or may not come.
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