The SnoreMate is an anti-snoring mouthpiece designed to ensure you get the sleep you deserve. Simply wear it while you sleep. It molds to your teeth and gums, gently holding your lower jaw forward, enabling air to flow seamlessly. Say goodbye to snoring with this effective and affordable solution.
- 30-night money-back guarantee
- BPA & Latex Free, FDA-approved material
- Effective from the first night
- Endorsed by dentists and doctors
“I recommend SnoreMate because it's easy to adapt to, comfortable to wear, and it encourages healthy breathing habits.”
The Unique Design of SnoreMate
Our mouthpiece stands out with its unique design. It's soft enough to ensure comfort but sturdy enough to maintain your lower jaw in a forward position to prevent snoring. Thanks to its malleable material, it can be custom-molded to fit any mouth, regardless of size or shape. SnoreMate works by expanding your airway during sleep, reducing throat vibrations and eliminating snoring.
Take the SnoreMate Test
- Push your lower jaw forward and try to snore as hard as you can.
- You'll find that in this position, snoring becomes nearly impossible.
- Now, move your lower jaw back and attempt the test again.
- If the first step reduced your snoring, SnoreMate is your solution!
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Snoring is the sound produced from vibrating respiratory structures due to restricted airflow while sleeping. It varies in intensity from soft to loud and unpleasant sounds. The primary structures responsible are usually the uvula and soft palate.
Types of Snoring
Yes, there are various reasons why people snore. Causes range from the jaw dropping open at night to small or collapsing nostrils hindering effective breathing through the nose. While snoring mouthpieces help about 85% of snorers, those with nose-based problems might find relief with nasal strips or cones.
Statistics vary, but at least 30% of adults snore, with some demographics seeing rates as high as 50%. A study of 5,713 Italian residents found habitual snoring in 24% of men and 13.8% of women. However, this rate increased to 60% for men and 40% for women aged 60 to 65 years, indicating that age can be a factor in snoring.
How to Mold Your SnoreMate Mouthpiece
For the best results with the SnoreMate mouthpiece, it's crucial to mold it correctly. Here's a step-by-step guide to ensure a perfect fit:
Step 1: Preparing the Boiling Water
Start by filling up a kettle or container with sufficient water, ensuring the mouthpiece can be fully immersed. Bring the water to a roaring boil. Once boiled, take it off the heat. A word of caution: avoid putting the SnoreMate in while the water's still actively boiling.
Step 2: Softening the SnoreMate
Using the Tab as a handle, immerse the SnoreMate into the hot water. Count to 12 and promptly remove it. Ensure the mouthpiece doesn’t come in contact with the container's sides. Precision is key!
Step 3: Preparing for Molding
After extracting the SnoreMate from the hot water, shake it slightly to eliminate any residual water. Grasp the Tab, making sure the TOP side is oriented upwards. Move your lower jaw a bit forward but resist the urge to clamp down on the mouthpiece's gutters.
Step 4: Achieving the Perfect Fit
With the warm mouthpiece at the ready, position it on your lower jaw and gently bite down, maintaining that forward position. A small tip: the further your jaw is positioned forward, the better the anti-snoring results. And don’t worry, it's pleasantly warm but won't scald you.
Step 5: Finalizing the Mold
Draw out all the air from the mouthpiece using a sucking motion, and employ your tongue and lips for a snug fit. For an even tighter seal, use your fingers to press against your lips and cheeks. Trust me, it makes a difference in the final mold!
Final Thoughts: Properly molding the SnoreMate is essential for its effectiveness. By following these steps, I was able to achieve a custom-fit that promises peaceful, snore-free nights!
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