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SnoreRx Review: Delivering The Very Best In Adjustable Comfort (2018 version)
|Type:||Adjustable jaw supporting mouthpiece|
|Price:||1 - $89.10* 2 - $69.30* (per item for Family pack) *by using the promo code SDTW10|
|Money back:||Yes, 30 days|
|Company name:||Apnea Sciences Corporation|
|Business address:||27121 Aliso Creek Road #140 Aliso Viejo, CA 92656|
|BBB accredited:||Not Listed|
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In a crowded marketplace you’re always going to find lots of products that look, seem, or even are, exactly the same. This becomes no more apparent than when you start looking at the numerous products sold as mandibular advancement devices (MADs).
MADs are the leading group of anti-snoring devices that offer solutions for disturbed sleep episodes via a number of well-established proven technologies. Yet, as I’ve recently found, not all MADs are created equal.
The product really does stand out. As with other devices in the MAD category it has custom impression technology, a boil-and-bite feature, that is critical in preventing tooth movement but secondly, and this where the SnoreRX comes into its own, it uses a patented micro-fit calibration system that allows adjustments of 1mm increments to ensure a more precise fit.
This adjustability, along with the materials it incorporates in its build, really sees the SnoreRX setting the benchmark for all other MADs. In my opinion: It’s simply the best one on the market today.
It actually has a built in measurement unit so that you can keep track of exactly how far you move it.
This may not sound like much but it really is important. What this means for you is that you can keep adjusting things and tweaking them until the device works perfectly for you.
How It Works
The SnoreRX is kept stationary in your mouth by your teeth – via boil-and-bite technology – while the adjustable section pushes your lower jaw into position.
Once the jaw is held forward the tongue is unable to relax and therefore the chance of your airway becoming restricted – a major cause of snoring – is reduced.
With better airflow and a tightened jaw and throat, the causes of snoring are put under control.
It’s that simple, but it is the way by which the SnoreRX achieves this that is so different. The quality of the build and the micro-adjustability really do set it apart from others in its category.
It actually has a built in measurement unit so that you can keep track of exactly how far you move it. This may not sound like much but it really is important. What this means for you is that you can keep adjusting things and tweaking them until the device works perfectly for you.
Although it may take a few nights to get the micro-adjustment right, there is another nice feature that comes into play when you find your ideal setting. One thing this product has that others don’t is a locking system.
This locking system was designed to keep the mouthpiece exactly where you need it once you have adjusted it to your liking. This way the setting of the device will not change during sleep or when you aren’t using it. The locking feature is a really great complement to the micro-adjustment.
Setting up the SnoreRX to fit your exact needs really couldn’t be easier. As with other mandibular advancement devices SnoreRX features a simple process known as the boil-and-bite method.
This process helps tailor fit the device for each distinctive user and shouldn’t be seen as difficult or technically demanding to complete.
The simple to follow step-by-step instructions see the procedure take no more than a few minutes. It really is as easy as your ABC, and if you do not get it right the first time you can always try again… and again.
To complete the boil-and-bite method all you need do is place your mouthpiece in boiling water for the stated amount of time. Then, once cooled to a safe temperature, insert it in your mouth and bite down.
The malleable material then molds around the shape of your teeth for a fit that’s made just for you.
Once you have boiled-and-bit it’s just a matter of using the micro-adjustable increments to determine which setting best suits you.
After that? You’re good to go!
Without doubt it’s the adjustability of the SnoreRX – with its Flex-Jaw technology – that sees this MAD deliver a different kind of comfort, a comfort that I hadn’t experienced with these type of bite-and-boil products… until now.
The Flex-Jaw technology, combined with the top-end materials used, really ensures as pain and trouble-free an experience as there is amongst those snorers who use MADs.
Ease of use is also a real boost for this MAD. During the set up there’s no need for tools or fiddly adjustment. All you have to do is manually fit it to your needs in quick, safe, easy steps.
The attention shown by the manufacturer to making it easy to use is also obvious in the build because there are no breakables, like rubber bands, for example, that many other products use.
Priced at around $100 some readers may balk at the cost when they know there are much cheaper solutions available. Some of you may even well question as to why you think a $100 payout could possibly be a positive.
Well, here’s why: Quality materials. Quality build. Quality product.
In the long run, it all adds up to a very reasonable price because it lasts, works and – perhaps even more importantly – there’s a 30-day money back guarantee.
That’s right. The SnoreRX has a 30-day 100% money back guarantee. That for me shows a real confidence in the product by the manufacturer and one that, thankfully, attracted me to give it a trial run. I didn’t return mine.
As with any and all products, especially one that sits in the mouth for any length of time, nothing is going to be perfect. This is also true of the SnoreRX.
It can feel cumbersome over the first few days and will take time for you to get used to. It will also take time for you to find the best jaw setting; until it beds in and feels right. You will also drool; this is a natural response to your mouth being open but will ease off after a few days of use.
Some users have even seen these temporary side effects last as long as a week, but once you become accustomed to the SnoreRX then these issues really do fade away as the advantages of sleeping snore-free become clear.
As your mouth is kept open, in order to allow for easy breathing, then some users do wake with a dry or even sore throat. This is a reality of using a MAD with breather holes built into it, a slight discomfort many users suffer in return for quality sleep.
Unfortunately there is no good news for wearers of dentures as the SnoreRX only works at its optimum potential when its boil-and-bite technology is utilized.
SnoreRX: Why So Good?
For me it’s obvious that the makers of SnoreRx understand the issues that snorers face in terms of comfort, a need for a precise fit and their demands for adjustability. The SnoreRX is a MAD that really aims to accommodate everyone, acknowledging, through design, the fact that not every person has the same bite, jaw and mouth shape.
Aiming for comfort SnoreRX truly hits the bull’s-eye. With its durable soft medical grade copolymer material you’ll have far fewer issues with gum soreness and teeth irritation.
Comfort is one this mouthpiece’s major pluses and easily puts other MADs to task using a material that is comparable to the vastly more expensive custom built MADs your dentist can produce for you.
There are, of course, other adjustable mouthpieces, but none that allow you to adjust again and again to your exact fit. Like all jaw advancing mouthpieces it obviously takes a few days to get used to, that’s only natural, but what’s really different about the SnoreRX is that you become accustomed to it on your terms.
You don’t have to adjust your mouth or jaw to the mouthpiece. Instead, by adjusting it millimeter by millimeter, it comes to fit your mouth and jaw until it feels just right.
The SnoreRX is an excellent example of well expressed Research and Development; it truly does feel like the future is here, now. I like it because it has all the qualities of working with a functionality that puts other MADs in the shade.
It sets a new standard in the MAD category and is the one device I see other manufacturers really needing to emulate.
Yet, even coming as highly recommended as it does, it’s important to admit that the SnoreRX is pretty pricey, and for some people expense, not surprisingly, can be a deal breaker.
Cost is, of course, important, so I also feel it’s vital to note that with the SnoreRX you won’t have to bite the money bullet every three months-or-so because you need a new MAD to fit your every changing mouth and teeth.
With the SnoreRX you can just reset, readjust and go! Now that’s value for money and time.