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SnoreMeds: A Cost Effective Solution to Snore Free Sleep That Everyone Can Fit, Wear and Afford
|Type:||Jaw supporting mouthpiece|
|Money back:||Yes, 45 days|
|BBB accredited:||Not Listed|
If you want a simple, easy to use, cost effective anti-snoring solution rolled into one fantastic product then look no further than SnoreMeds.
SnoreMeds is a boil-and-bite style thermoplastic Mandibular Advancement Device (MAD) designed to stop or reduce snoring that also happens to come in two handy sizes, Original Fit for men, and Small Fit for women.
Comfortable to wear and made from an FDA cleared hyper-allergenic thermoplastic it is both BPA and latex free.
How It Works
Mandibular devices have been providing support to snorers and their long-suffering partners, families and friends for well over a decade.
Working from a very simple principle MADs gently push the lower jaw slightly forward, an action that opens the throat, tightens muscles, and stops the tongue from falling back, therefore keeping the airway unobstructed which in turn makes it much more difficult – if not impossible – to snore.
With two holes at the front SnoreMeds enables the wearer to breathe through the mouth if necessary – essential if the wearer has trouble with blocked sinuses or other sinus issues. The holes also prevent excessive saliva build up while sleeping.
SnoreMeds is both quick and simple to fit. Made of a thermal hyper allergenic plastic, it softens when submerged in boiling water allowing for easy customization. Inserted into the mouth it creates a tailored dental impression of your teeth and jaw.
Easy to mold and comfortable to wear you really can’t go wrong with the fitting if you carefully follow the detailed instructions provided, plus if you do happen to get it wrong the first time you have another chance to get it right.
One final point to make note of is the recommendation that you use a mirror to see how far forward you need to push your jaw.
You can watch a video of how to fit SnoreMeds here:
This is where the SnoreMeds really stands out. Not only are unit prices very reasonable but the way the product is also marketed allows you to choose from three package types that become even more competitive!
Single SnoreMeds, selling at $40.90 with shipping costs of $7.84 (USA), ring out at the cash register at a very reasonable $45.40 per unit. For international orders shipping is priced in at $8.50 so even with overseas delivery you’re still looking at a MAD that is under $50.
The double pack at $59.95 also has shipping costs of $7.84 (USA) but now the price per unit is $29.97! This truly is one of the most competitive prices on the market today but that isn’t the end of it because finally – but by no means last – is the value pack which contains not three but four mouthpieces!
Now you may want to sit down for this because that means that the cost per unit works out an incredible $22.23 – and with no shipping costs – the total cost of $88.95 has to be one of, if not the most, cost-effective packages for MADs that there is.
All package types come provided with a spatula – two with the value pack – that helps with both molding and cleansing and an anti-bacterial container for easy storage and convenient carrying when your mouthpiece isn’t in use.
Compare it in price to any of the other market leaders such as the ZQuiet, Vitalsleep, SnoreRx, SleepTight and GMSS and it comes out a clear winner.
It comes in two sizes the Original Fit, which is recommended for men and the Small Fit mouthpiece, which is narrower and has a slightly deeper bite for women.
It can be molded twice.
There’s a 45 days refund policy for the Single Packs if it is still in the original packaging.
MADs are a proven and established technology with millions of satisfied users around the world.
SnoreMeds has been shown to be successful with 85% of snorers.
It is possible to courier goods to international addresses.
SnoreMeds has a relatively short life span that sees it needing to be replaced every 3-4 months. The softness of the material causes the mouthpiece to stretch, therefore reducing its effectiveness to hold the lower jaw forward over time.
As with all MADs there can be issues with jaw soreness, or morning-ache as it is sometimes referred to, but this usually fades with use.
Unfortunately, it is not recommended for use for those who wear braces or dentures.
It’s only suitable for those who have healthy gums and teeth.
It can take up to two weeks to get used to wearing a MAD but over time, it will become a much more ‘natural’ experience.
Why Is It A Good Choice?
It’s just so simple to use and set up, it literally takes seconds to take out of the package, submerge in boiling water, fit and set. Also, with those years of proven use behind it, MADs are always going to be a pretty sure bet to reduce and even stop sleep disturbance episodes: fast.
But what really gives the SnoreMeds its particular ‘wow-factor’ is the cost. This kind of price range makes it accessible to people who would usually avoid MADs due to their higher end price index, but with a value pack delivering up to 16 months of anti-snoring peace of mind at just $70.90 it really does pay to go SnoreMeds.
This is the cost cutter of all cost cutters. It truly does offer a value for money alternative for MAD users.
Yet – cost effective as it is – it still doesn’t really hold a light to the GMSS, still the best anti-snoring solution on the market today, and that’s essentially down to my personal preference of not liking things sitting in my mouth while sleeping.
Official website: snoremeds.com