Stop Snoring Proactively? Try SnooZeal

It’s a straight up fact: currently, there is really no particular solution that remedies snoring as well as snoring mouthpieces. I’m talking about none. Yes, there is CPAP, and that can be effective despite its overall awkwardness, cost and just frankly difficulties. But if you’re like most people, a CPAP machine is just not going to cut it – there is really very little debate about this.

snoozealSo, in terms of snoring mouthpieces that are fantastic and have been proven over and over again to really halt the symptoms of snoring, you’re really not going to get much better than the SnoreRX (http://snoringmouthpiecereview.org/snorerx), a MAD mouthpiece with the kind of precision most others dream of, and of course, the Good Morning Snore Solution (http://snoringmouthpiecereview.org/good-morning-snore-solution), the TMJ go-to mouthpiece for anyone with a snoring issue. The latter, of course, allows you to use it even if you have dentures, something that is not the case for MAD mouthpieces.

The Key Negative Of These Mouthpieces

Alright, alright. Well, there are different devices for different people, that’s for sure. And some people simply do not like sleeping with something in their mouth. It’s just a fact. But for many people out there, the mouthpieces above, along with a few others reviewed on our site are absolutely effective and comfortable to roll with.

But your main issue with a snoring mouth guard of any kind? It has to be worn. Like every night. So, until you take a look at a more major way of solving your snoring issues, like perhaps losing a ton of weight or even committing to a serious snoring surgery, you will have to wear your mouthpiece if you want to stop the log sawing.

But what if you could address your snoring problem at its foundation: by tackling the tongue. The SnooZeal does this, and you don’t wear it as you sleep; instead, it zaps the snoring out of you, according to MedGadget.com:

The SnooZeal product consists of a mouth piece that places electrodes above and below the tongue, a control unit that connects to the mouthpiece, a remote control, and a smartphone app. It works by electrically stimulating the tongue to give it a workout and keep it from completely relaxing and collapsing during the night.

The SnooZeal is not actually used during sleep, but indicated to be placed in the mouth twice a day for a period of six weeks. This essentially physically trains the tongue muscle and helps to keep it at least partially contracted even at night.

The device can be controlled either via the remote or through the accompanying smartphone app.

Via: http://www.medgadget.com/2016/11/snoozeal-prevents-snoring-training-tongue-daytime.html

Er, working out your tongue? Is that a thing? Yes, claims the SnooZeal site itself:

The remote control or App activates electrodes in the mouthpiece, which stimulate the tongue muscles, effectively giving them a “work out”. The wireless system removes the need for wires going to the mouth.

The Smart App allows you to monitor how often you have used the device, when, and most importantly, how your snoring has changed over the period by monitoring your snoring levels at night.

SnooZeal offers four programs for different types of toning improvements to the tongue muscle function.
It can be used anytime, anywhere, in any personal environment – watching television or whilst doing almost anything around the house.

Er, OK. Giving your tongue a “workout”, eh? Now, the cynic in us wonders if this is a lot like those “electric ab belts” that are supposed to zap you into full on South-Beach-style six pack abs. As in, some hype, kind of cool as a concept, but frankly not useful at all. Possibly even a scam.

But, this is just speculation, of course. The SnooZeal may in fact work. Their website does not really display any particular way to order the product, so this may in fact just be a beta-style product. There is nothing on the site in terms of clinical trials, or really anything about how you can actually buy a SnooZeal for yourself!

And still, we have to commend the SnooZeal folks for attempting to attack the obstructive sleep apnea problem at its source: your tongue. If this product is more than just vaporware, it does have the real possibility of changing lives!

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When It Comes To Snoring Devices, Be Careful!

What can I say? We live in a world where you have to watch out for scams. There are con-men (and ladies) out there that are trying to get every last dollar with their snake oils and wild claims. Heck, there is a president of the USA that has played one of the largest con games in the history of US politics who plans to sleep his way through his presidency, hire Nazis for his cabinet, and give the entire economy away to corporate interests (not so sure that Hillary wouldn’t, but that’s another matter).

nsf-mypillowSo we’re probably all about sick of con games at this point. It’s enough so that many are probably having difficulties sleeping at night! And on the latter point, it looks like another scam has come about: this one from a product that has become popular, despite some claims that even the FTC is balking about:

Lindell claims that the pillow is a cure-all for almost any sleep problem. Whether it’s snoring, sleep apnea, tossing and turning, waking up in pain— they can be solved with MyPillow.

Commercials explain that “MyPillow helps you get and stay in deep restorative REM sleep all night long” because it “keeps your neck supported and aligned to your exact individual need.”

How does Lindell know? He explains in one commercial, “I had all these problems too.”

One customer testimonial on the company’s website even called MyPillow “a God-send.”

Via: http://ijr.com/2016/11/736624-mypillow-commercials-promise-to-cure-all-sorts-of-sleep-problems-theres-just-1-major-problem/

All right, so this is all good. I don’t know of many pillow manufacturers that don’t claim that they’re the bomb, do you? I mean, you’re running a pillow company, and people use pillows to get a good night sleep. Why wouldn’t you want to big up your pillows (particularly if they’re premium, like the MyPillow)? Er, here’s why:

Court documents produced by TruthInAdvertising.org list the problems MyPillow claims to cure without sufficient proof, which includes but is not limited to, TMJ, insomnia, snoring, fibromyalgia, and Restless Leg Syndrome. They also assert that MyPillow does not clearly state that their National Sleep Foundation endorsement is not completely based on the merit of the pillow, but appears to be paid for.

Ha! Not a shock, friends. The National Sleep Foundation may be accepting bribes in order to put their stamp on things? We’re shocked! This coming from a “foundation” that boasts one of the worst snoring mouthpiece pages in the history of the Internet? Yes. Of course. I’m not entirely sure why people would be surprised. It’s not as if the NSF is an organization known for it’s honesty, after all.

The hilarious point about “MyPillow” is that there literally could be absolutely zero ways that it could help with TMJ. I mean, how is this even possible? According to WebMD:

Your temporomandibular joint is a hinge that connects your jaw to the temporal bones of your skull, which are in front of each ear. It lets you move your jaw up and down and side to side, so you can talk, chew, and yawn.

Problems with your jaw and the muscles in your face that control it are known as temporomandibular disorders (TMD). But you may hear it wrongly called TMJ, after the joint.

So how is a pillow going to help with a jaw problem? That’s just clinically insane. Now, only the most gullible of all pillow purchasers will assume that a pillow can cure something to do with their jaw structures, but this is truly hilarious.

The fact that another of the claims on the manufacturer’s website is that the MyPillow actually stops snoring is absolutely ridiculous as well. Now, I will admit that not all people want to use a mandibular advancing mouth guard like the ZQuiet, as an example, but there actually is an alternative to these mouthpieces.

I am speaking of the Good Morning Snore Solution (link), of course, which does not have the same rigid construction nor discomfort issues that a MAD mouthpiece can have. TMJ sufferers that use the GMSS have also offered solid testimonials in its favor – basically because it is the only mouthpiece of its kind, and really does not affect the positioning of one’s jaw.

Snoring Scams Are Out There – Watch Out!

Now, it’s unlikely you’ve been a victim of a snoring scam, but it is important to be very, very diligent when researching these types of advice. I can give some real credit for the State Of California for going after the MyPillow scamsters, because it really doesn’t happen as much as it should. So stay aware, people. And if you have a snoring issue, just use a mouthpiece!

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TMJ Sufferers – There Is Help For Your Sleep Apnea

If you have an issue with TMJ, or your temporomanibular joint, life can be very difficult. Pain and discomfort for a person with TMJ problems can be immense – and not just in the facial and jaw areas – sometimes it can affect the entire body! Some of the common symptoms of a TMJ problem can include problems eating, limited jaw movement and ringing in the ears.

tmj-disorderObviously, when you are dealing with a TMJ issue, sleeping can sometimes be a problem. But when you not only have a TMJ issue, but obstructive sleep apnea, it can be a virtual nightmare, at least according to Dr. Mark Duncan, writing for the Huffington Post:

We have all seen the images of tools used to manage sleep apnea that require sufferers to sleep with a CPAP mask, making them look like a super villain or scuba diver. However, obstructive sleep apnea is a potentially serious condition. Sufferers experience obstructed airflow and stop breathing repeatedly during sleep, sometimes for a minute or even longer. This may happen from five times an hour to more than 100 in severe cases. The body is damaged by only 5 of these episodes an hour, and as we learn more, it appears that even minor episodes can cause chronic damage.

When breathing stops, the brain reacts to the situation by producing a rush of adrenalin which in turn quickens the heartbeat. Muscles in the chest then work to resume airflow and the person gasps for a breath and falls back asleep. This scenario is then repeated multiple times during the same night while the person never realizes what is occurring. That’s because they never really “wake up” but only experience a short pause in sleep. This pause destroys the normal sleep cycle cascade which is critically important to health and brain function.

The really difficult point comes as this: when you have TMJ issues, the likelihood of you being able to use a Mandibular Advancement Device or MAD, mouthpiece like the SnoreRX (reviewed here) or the VitalSleep is practically zero. When your jaw is misaligned, trying to force it somewhere that it shouldn’t be can be not only painful, but absolutely dangerous.

What’s crazy about TMJ issues is that in some cases, according to Dr. Duncan, sleep apnea can actually be CAUSED by a misaligned jaw joint:

More and more studies are showing a connection between TMD and sleep disturbances. In many sleep apnea cases, a misaligned jaw joint or TMJD, is actually to blame. This is because the tongue’s position is impacted by the alignment of the upper and lower teeth. When the teeth are misaligned, the tongue can block the airway as you sleep. This problem with the jaw alignment or malocclusion can cause a person to wake up frequently throughout the night.

Via: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dr-mark-duncan-dds-fagd-dicoi/is-tmj-disorder-costing-y_b_11657326.html

So we have a problem. What do you do when you have a jaw problem that makes the most cost effective way to fight your snoring, a mouthpiece, practically unusable? Well, fortunately, thanks to the Good Morning Snore Solution (http://snoringmouthpiecereview.org/good-morning-snore-solution), you just have to change your mouthpiece to a different kind.

Yes, because the Good Morning Snore Solution, or GMSS, does not actually alter the position of the jaw, TMJ users can actually use it. One of the key problems for most MAD snoring mouthpieces is that they tend to “lock” the jaw in place, or at least keep it from moving so that it does not slide back and cause blockage around the epiglottis in the throat. The GMSS is a tongue stabilizing device, meaning it focuses on holding the tongue forward so that it will not slip backwards into the throat.

The GMSS relies on suction from the mouth, working much like a baby soother, and does not require any kind of bite-down in order to function. Instead, as a tongue retaining mouthpiece (and one of the few readily available ones on the market), it focuses on maintaining tongue positioning. This means that a person with TMJ problems can actually let their jaw move naturally, which ensures the most pain-free scenario. This is also the reason why the Good Morning Snore Solution tends to work so well for people with dentures: there is simply no bite down to speak of.

Obviously, finding out that TMJ is not only related to, but may in fact cause snoring and sleep apnea, can be quite shocking for some people. But, that doesn’t mean that you cannot address the key, and most dangerous part of the equation: the sleep apnea. And the best way, at least in terms of anti snoring mouth guards, tends to be the Good Morning Snore Solution.

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Need Snoring Help? Don’t Ask GQ

It’s always a bit strange when a big publication chimes in on a subject they don’t normally approach. But, variety is the spice of life, after all, and magazines are dying all around us. So why not approach the difficult topic of stopping snoring, right? At least this is the thought of the GQ publication: it’s obviously an important thumbs-down-gqtopic, as more people snore than voted for Donald Trump – so why not put a hat into the ring? Why not help out the readers that are sawing logs and waking up wondering if they got any sleep at all last night?

And one would think the information would be better, but as expected, it’s a little fluffy, even for GQ’s 10 Ways To Stop Snoring. I mean:

2. Sleep on your side.
Air turbulence is generally the fault of the soft tissue in the roof of your mouth, uvula (the flappy droopy thing), and pharynx (the back of your throat). If you sleep on your back, gravity pulls all these things south. Side-sleepers have a better chance of avoiding this problem. To train yourself sideways, pick up something called a wedge pillow. There are also shirts with tennis balls on the backs, to make rolling that way super-uncomfortable.

Isn’t really what I would call, ahem, really mind-blowing advice for snorers. Let’s be real… our mothers have told us this for years. “Sleep on your side, and all will be fine.” Hilariously, the link they include is to buy a pillow. My thoughts on this are here. Now, let’s be honest. If you are reading this article, you probably understand that sleeping on your side ain’t no solution at all. Why not try sleeping upside down? At least that sounds plausible and new (if absurd).

Oh, but the sages at GQ are not done. They have more mind bending research:

6. Free your nasal passages.
Especially if you’re sacked with seasonal allergies. Take a pre-bed hot shower, for the steam. Squirt in some saline. (This is also achievable through a device called a ” neti pot,” which is a traditional Chinese phrase meaning “fire water into your nose twice a week.” “It’s a very odd experience,” says Breus, underselling it, “but it irrigates things.”) You can also try nasal steroids like Flonase and Nasonex, but be aware they take 7 to 10 days to take effect.

Yep. They went there. It’s important that everyone take a moment to soak the previous passage in. Now, it’s also important to remember that in most cases, snoring HAS ABSOLUTELY NOTHING TO DO WITH your nasal passages. Absolutely nothing. Like, nada.

If people snore daily, it is very unlikely to be a “congestion problem”. I write about nasal snoring here, but do understand that it is nowhere near the main problem for most snorers.  Hell, even the American Rhinologic Association doesn’t seem to be very passionate that snoring is mainly nasal. But, is there perhaps some kind of motivation why GQ would even mention nasal congestion as a snoring cause? Well, our answer does come in the form of…

7. Paste hilarious-looking strips on your face. Yeah they look silly, but do you want to quit snoring or not? Breus warns, though, many people apply breathing strips too high. “Take your thumb and forefinger, and start at the bridge of your nose. Breathe in, and slide the strip down, stopping right where your nostrils flare out.” They don’t always work, but there’s no harm in trying.

Oh yeah. They went there. Breathing strips. The statement “they don’t always work, but no harm in trying” does portray exactly how confident the writer is about their effectiveness, and again, it’s rather weak advice. Snoring is not a result of nasal congestion for most people! Not sure there are other ways to say this! I mean, this was a pretty tough article in general. It isn’t until the final “way to stop snoring” that GQ hits the mark, and even then, it’s fairly wishy washy:

10. If none of these things work… …and they might not, your next move is to hit up an ENT (or an otolaryngologist if you’re all fancy). He/she might suggest a dental device that pulls your jaw slightly forward forward, or a bite-device like you’d use in flag football.

ZQuietOk. Wow. Let me just say that there is no reason to see an otolaryngologist if you want to buy a mouthpiece like our recommended MAD, the ZQuiet (which we have no complaints about), or even the Good Morning Snore Solution TSD, which avoids all of the negative symptoms a jaw advancing mouthpiece can produce for some people. If you have an amazing health insurance plan and a few hours to spare, yes, you can see a specialist. But is it truly necessary for most snorers? No!

Why wait a couple of months for an appointment with an expensive specialist when you can address your problem right now? All of the most respected mouthpieces have 30 day guarantees, and are going to be cheaper than a specialist. What’s more, a solid mouthpiece can actually solve your snoring problem starting today!

Get Expert Advice From Experts

When you’re looking to overhaul the engine in your car, you’re probably not going to pick up a copy of Good Housekeeping for some guidance. Building a deck? You’ll probably want to avoid Motor Trend magazine. Looking for a good local restaurant? You ain’t going to find your answer in a copy of Men’s Health.

So yes, if you need to stop snoring sooner and not later, you’ll probably want to put down that copy of GQ. There are a lot of things that this classic publication is good at… It just so happens that solving your snoring issue is not one of those things.

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SnoreRX – Prescription for Success

If you’ve ever wondered how those mouthpieces work and if they’re even worth it, read on. Living with a snorer, or being the snorer others have to live with, isn’t the best past time around. Many people snore for various health snorerxreasons and due to participating in other not-so-healthy activities right before bed. Instead of ignoring the problem it’s important to identify the cause and deal with it before you get kicked out of your bed. Depending on the cause of the snoring you may need to consider investing in a mouthpiece. There are several on the market but some recent changes to one of our favorites, SnoreRX, is sure to raise some eyebrows:

Apnea Sciences, the manufacturer of SnoreRx, has announced a new improved design to its popular “stop snoring” mouthpiece, SnoreRx.

The changes in SnoreRx were brought about due to an ongoing effort to improve the user experience where customer suggestions were heard and acted upon.

New upgraded features were designed to resolve three of the most common issues reported by customers which include:

–     Slimmer less bulky design.

–     Easier adjustment and stays locked in place.

–     Greater comfort and improved custom fit impression.

More details for SnoreRx can be found here, www.snorerx.com.

SnoreRx remains the only non-prescriptive oral appliance that meets and exceeds established medical standards set by Medicare and is approved by the FDA.

One of its flagship features include a built in calibrator allowing the user the ability to reset the mouthpiece adjustment to provide maximum effectiveness and comfort whenever needed. The adjustment moves in 1 mm increments, or what’s called Jaw Advancement Calibration.  SnoreRx does not produce constant pressure or torsion which can lead to pain and tendinitis.

Jeff Rafael, a senior SnoreRx affiliate, had this to say:

“The concept behind SnoreRx is not new, however the design is.  They have taken all aspects of this type of device to a much higher level.  Making the new upgrades has addressed many of the most common issues reported by customers.

If a person is a candidate to wear a stop snoring mouthpiece, I believe SnoreRx is now by far the safest, most effective and affordable solution to cure their snoring problem, period.

I love that it’s 100% made in the US, it adjusts, and is loaded with a ton of great safety and comfort features to get a great night’s sleep.  I use it personally and I know how wonderful it is.

[…]”

Via: http://free-press-release-center.info/pr00000000000000293265_snorerx-stop-snoring-mouthpiece-upgrade-offers-slimmer-design-for-people-who-snore-in-2015.html

One of the major concerns users had was with the size of the SnoreRX so the company responded in kind. Released just last year the improvements to the mouthpiece are already being lauded by users. The company kept the features users have become used to and worked on making it sleeker an more comfortable. This is a great example of a company being told that something isn’t working and then going ahead to do the best they can to make it better for their customers. Not many corporations tend to care about what their users think and those are the ones you will find who produce cheap, and grossly ineffective, products that they try to foist off on users.

With its precise calibrations to make it easy to customize and use the SnoreRx is definitely worth the $99 you’d ave to spend in order to get it. Sometimes you need to consider the value over the quantity of the money you are spending. This is one of those instances where slightly expensive comes with a great payoff that cheap just can’t give you.

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No Need For A Discount With This Mouthpiece

If you need something to help with your snoring issue you’ve got to check out the mouthpiece called Good Morning Snore Solution (GMSS).snore If you’ve been putting off looking into a mouthpiece because you’ve read or heard that they’re big, hurt the gums or are uncomfortable, that’s even more reason to check out GMSS. This is a wonderful mouthpiece that is designed to fit nicely in your mouth without putting stress on your jaw.

Good Morning Snore Solution is full of pros and has very little in the way of cons:

  • One Size Fits All – No longer do you need to boil, bit, shave down or even order a completely different size to fit your mouth. For GMSS, all mouths are created equal.
  • Good For Longer Term Use – Snoring doesn’t just disappear after one night of treatment. You’re going to be in for the long haul so why not use something designed for the journey ahead?
  • Affordable – While one piece will set you back $99.94 USD, it’s also one of the only products that offers a 30-day money-back guarantee so you can order with peace of mind.

Like many mouthpieces there may be some discomfort while you are getting used to using the device. Good Morning Snore Solution has one of the lower levels of reported discomfort which is a great feature. More and more people are trying out this in favor of others as it has left them with a more restful, virtually painless, night.

We aren’t the only ones raving about it:

Based on the reviews, this stop snoring mouthpiece is a cozy and suitable to use solution that’s known as the top item to use compared to other anti-snore mouthpieces available in the marketplace.

In order to get complete information about this product, visit this webpage: http://goodmorningsnore.offerlistingx.com.

[…]

Some snorers create an extremely irritating gurgling sound with whistles and irregular snorts that affect the people sleeping nearby. Heavy snorers occasionally get awaken by their own particular snoring, and in many circumstances by their personal sleeping partners who can’t bear the sound.

Different treatments have been tried over the years but there is no significant result which have been affirmed. Acupuncture, hypnosis, herbal supplements and adjusted sleeping patterns didn’t treat snoring. testing.

Via: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/8/prweb11008631.htm

We’ve got a lot of love to share for Good Morning Snore Solutions as well in our review, which you can read here. This is one of those devices where you don’t have to solely rely on the information you read online, however. With their money-back guarantee you can take that chance and order it for yourself. Once you try sleeping with this piece you’ll wonder why you didn’t try it in the first place. It’s definitely worth every penny spent.

Good nights lead to good mornings and that’s what you should be reaching for as well. Make Good Morning Snore Solution part of your sleep routine and you’ll soon find that the aches from being jabbed with elbows will be a thing of the past. The perpetual fog that clouded your mind on those less than ideal mornings will be lifted and you’ll find you have more energy than before. These are all benefits from a good sleep that you might have forgotten about or chalked up to age. Just because you’re older doesn’t mean you get to have a crummy sleep every night. That’s not part of being an adult, no matter what people tell  you.

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GMSS Causes a Buzz

A condition like snoring is often ignored until it become a massive problem. For some people, they may simply not know that they snore at all until someone tells them. For others it’s one of those dirty little secrets no one wants to talk about. Sure, everyone knows grandma tends to snore gmssloudly after having too many glasses of wine or that little Johnny has been sawing logs since he was ten. Just because no one talks about it doesn’t mean it isn’t happening. What’s important is recognizing there is an issue and addressing it before the house is full of sleepless zombies.

There are several causes and remedies for the snoring issue and one of those is investing in a good mouthpiece to help with the physiological issues. One of the mouthpieces we constantly get good vibes about is the Good Morning Snore Solution. It’s a lovely little mouthpiece designed to address the issues snorers face. The coolest things about it are:

  • Cost Effective – There’s a 30-day money-back guarantee and it only costs $99.94. Don’t let the sticker shock you. There are plenty of devices out there that cost more without any sort of guarantee attached.
  • Less Invasive – Unlike most mouthpieces that work by covering all your teeth and being inside the mouth, the Good Morning Snore Solution sits between the teeth and tongue, much like you were sucking on a soother.
  • Size Does Matter – Coming in one size may seem like a downside, but since this piece is not meant to fill your entire mouth it actually works out better for you.

There are plenty of users who are just thrilled with the mouthpiece. Some have even decided to give it an in depth look:

Good Morning Snore Solution that uses the same technology as a jaw displacement device, but is much less intrusive and certainly not as uncomfortable, has caught the attention of HealthAvenger.com’s Stan Stevenson, prompting an investigative review.

“Our Good Morning Snore Solution review shows that it is a mouthpiece that has been developed by experts in the sleep market. All it effectively does is displace the tongue and in doing so, snoring is dramatically reduced or even cured altogether,” reports Stevenson. “Those who have previously turned to horrendous contraptions such as mouth guards or chin straps and mandibular displacement devices can also replace them with the Good Morning Snore Solution.”

To get more information or to purchase it click here now.

“Developed by clinical experts on sleep disorders, Good Morning Snore Solution uses tongue displacement technology, which is comfortable and non-intrusive. If we were to look at surgery that it is only offered to those with significant problems, we notice that there are high risks involved, the success rate is very poor, and that relapse is incredibly common,” says Stevenson. “Incredibly affordable, easy to clean, and care for, the device offers a one size fits all solution, which means that anybody can purchase one and start enjoying a good night’s sleep at last.”

Via: http://www.prweb.com/releases/good-morning-snore/solution-review/prweb11546203.htm

Being able to sleep is one of those things we take for granted. We’ve also found the Good Morning Sleep Solution to be extremely user-friendly and one of, if not the, best mouthpiece for users. Your sleep health is an important piece to consider when looking at your health as a whole. Without a proper sleep you won’t be able to function as well as you could the next day and there are a whole host of problems that can arise from that. So why take your chances? Put yourself in a position of success and get the sleep you’ve only daydreamed about achieving.

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New Users Rave About Results With This Mouthpiece

Sleep is precious and not enough people get the right amount of it. Whether you are a snorer or share a house with someone who is you’re sure to feel the after effects of a bad sleep the next day. If you snore, you probably feel extra tired, possibly sore from late-night elbows to the ribs and you may have even noticed vital-sleepyour concentration suffering. If you share a house, or a bed for that matter, with a snorer, you have most likely experienced all of the above before. There’s probably something you’ve noticed about someone who doesn’t get the right amount of sleep: they’re probably grumpy and miserable, affecting everyone around them with their bad mood. Most people don’t choose to become bears who haven’t hibernated, but lack of sleep can turn the best of us into beasts.

A great way to tackle your snoring problem is using a mouthpiece designed to combat the common causes of snoring. VitalSleep is just one of those pieces. It’s best attributes are the fact that it’s:

  • Easy to Use – One dip in boiling water and one hard bite afterwards and you’ve got a customized piece of hardware.
  • Made in 2 Sizes – All mouths were not created equal. Check out the different sizes for men and women to see which will literally fit you best.
  • Inexpensive –  Sitting at $59.95 for one or $99.95 for two you can’t really go wrong. Did we mention it ships the same day you order at no extra charge? Nice.

Don’t take it from us, though. Check out these reviews from first time users:

New reviews have been released by VitalSleep. The VitalSleep mouthpiece for snoring is made of a BPA free material that molds to the shape of the user’s mouth. What make it special is that it can be adjusted to suit the severity of snoring, unlike many other anti-snoring devices found on the market.

D. Finzel of Livonia, MI states “Vital Sleep mouthguard has literally changed my life. I don’t have to sleep downstairs on the couch anymore. When my family and I go to a hotel for hockey tournaments or on vacation, I can sleep in the room. I used to have to go sleep in the car, not just for my family, but for people in surrounding rooms. My snoring was that loud. It had gotten worse over the years, but this mouthguard has changed my life. I’m not tired in the morning and have lost weight with all the energy I have again! I was so exhausted all the time, I’d had my thyroid checked multiple times and everything was always normal. Thank god for this miracle!”

Another chronic snorer named B. Barbero from Las Vegas, NV shared the following review.

“I’ve been a world class snorer for years and over those years, I have just gotten louder. Three years ago my wife moved into the guest room and vacations are always a chore to arrange because she can’t sleep in the same room with me.”

“I’ve tried surgery and a number of mouthpieces, gargles, and spray remedies – nothing worked. Then I tried Vital Sleep and it worked from the very first night”

Via: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/08/prweb9757853.htm

When you suffer from snoring all you want is that restful night of sleep. Pure, unadulterated sleep that is broken only after 8 hours when your alarm tells you to get up. Proper sleep helps you feel more rested, more fresh and more alive.

You can check out our full review here if you aren’t convinced. Otherwise, what’s stopping you from popping over and getting one of these bad boys for yourself?

The following blog post New Users Rave About Results With This Mouthpiece is republished from TSMR

From http://snoringmouthpiecereview.org/vitalsleep/new-users-rave-about-results

Buy ZQuiet: Free Trial Without Coupon Still Provides Discount

When it comes to a jaw advancing snoring mouthpiece, it’s hard to beat ZQuiet. In fact, readers of the Snoring Mouthpiece Review consistently tell us that it is their buy-zquietfavorite snoring mouthpiece. The reasons are quite simple:

  1. ZQuiet offers a free trial: Unlike many other mouthpieces out there, ZQuiet does essentially offer a free 30 day trial. Now, it does cost $9.95, but it’s fair to say that this is essentially a shipping cost. Very few mouthpieces will offer this kind of low entry price, which is why skeptical first timers seem to like it so much.
  2. ZQuiet’s Low Price: When you look through the variety of snoring mouthpieces on the market, ZQuiet is easily on of the cheapest available. Again, for first time users that aren’t sure that a mouthpiece will work for them, this is perfection. There are certainly cheaper mouth guards out there, of course, but many of them are cheap China-manufactured garbage, which unfortunately can lead to really bad things like TMJ or jaw pain.
  3. ZQuiet At A Discount: OK, so finding a coupon out there is pretty unlikely for most people. The history ZQuiet has with coupons is actually quite sparse, but if there happens to be an extremely rare seasonal discount, you’re best to jump on it. Unfortunately, these small discounts typically come around times like Black Friday and that’s about it, so if you happen to luck into a ZQuiet coupon, take that offer immediately. It’s likely it will not last!
  4. ZQuiet Works: With its “Living Hinge” technology, this is a uniquely comfortable mouthpiece that has been ordered by well over 500,000 customers in the United States alone. There are few mouth guards with that kind of order flow, and it isn’t just because this company does tend to do a good degree of marketing. It’s also because it works. It’s cheaper than most jaw advancing mouthpieces, is very comfortable, and, I’ll say it again, it works.

Probably about the only downside with ZQuiet for most people is that you have to order it directly. You simply cannot buy ZQuiet at Amazon. And while that may change in the future, the likelihood is very low.

Interesting ZQuiet Advocates

One of the more interesting recent champions of the ZQuiet snoring device is a group of folks that actually consist of sporting champions! I am talking about, of pphacourse, The Pro Player Health Alliance, or PPHA, a group of former professional athletes that are “focused on educating others about sleep apnea and sleep in an effort to reduce the number of deaths and adverse health conditions that result from untreated sleep disordered breathing”. So it’s an important goal, and one that these pro players understand considering how important good health has been to their careers.

According to their recent release:

OSA sufferers stop breathing multiple times when they are asleep, resulting in lower night time oxygen levels and poor quality sleep. The loss of oxygen during the night combined with the lack of good sleep can be a dangerous combination. Stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes and heart disease have been linked to OSA.

The message is personal to many of the greats that make up the PPHA team, including Derek Kennard, who played with three teams – the Arizona Cardinals, the New Orleans Saints and the Dallas Cowboys – during his more than 11 years in the NFL.

“The loss of my brother to sleep apnea became a wake-up call for me. I was always tired and looked like it as well and knew I might be at risk. I had a home sleep test and learned that I stopped breathing many times during the night – sometimes for as long as 1 minute and 30 seconds. Treating my sleep apnea has changed my life – it is helping to keep me safe, healthier and living a better quality of life.”

Via: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2016/01/prweb13169152.htm

The PPHA seems to have taken up sleep disordered breathing as a serious cause, and their walk certainly fits their walk:

To tackle these serious health issues and encourage others to make healthy sleep choices, the PPHA is committed to increasing awareness about sleep disordered breathing and offer guidance and recommended solutions that can lead to effective treatment.

Talking with a physician about potential sleep apnea or treating snoring is critical. OSA sufferers, especially middle-aged adults and men, have a 46% increased risk of death, from any cause, compared to those without the sleep condition, says the National Institute of Health. As many as 85% of people with OSA remain undiagnosed.

While snoring is typically a sign of OSA, not everyone that snores has OSA. Snoring affects about 45% of Americans on any given night, and according to Henry Ford Hospital “snoring is a bigger risk factor for stroke and heart attack than smoking, being overweight, or high cholesterol.”

PPHA members have experienced the best diagnostic methods, and have tested and utilized various solutions for sleep apnea and snoring. Now they are sharing this education and experience.

It’s fantastic forward thinking stuff, and something you don’t see that often from professional athletes. See the full post here…

So if you’re looking for a snoring mouthpiece, but are not 100% sure of what you should choose, take a look at the ZQuiet. This mouthpiece has been proven to work for over a half a million Americans, and that number grows every single year.

To buy the ZQuiet, look here. For the Snoring Mouthpiece’s full and comprehensive ZQuiet review, click here.

 

 

The following blog article Buy ZQuiet: Free Trial Without Coupon Still Provides Discount was first published on TSMR

From http://snoringmouthpiecereview.org/zquiet/buy-zquiet-free-trial-without-coupon-still-provides-discount

Earplugs: Friend or Foe?

earplugDepending on what your sleep arrangements are like, you might be one of those who need to wear earplugs to get a good night’s sleep. Maybe you have a partner that snores or maybe you’re living in the middle of a construction zone. You could be one of those people who sleep so lightly that a fly breathing wakes you up or the party down the street is just a touch loud tonight. There are several ways to deal with excess noise when you’re trying to get a little shut-eye. Some people leave a fan running or use a white-noise machine. Some need to have specific music or an eye mask. Then there are those people who must have a pair of earplugs in to get some shut eye. The question then becomes, is that healthy?

Never put anything smaller than your elbow into your ear” is something we’ve been wisely cautioned against at some stage or another. But more of us are ignoring this advice.

We use in-the-ear-headphones to listen to music, car keys and hair pins to scratch that particularly unpleasant itch, and hearing aids to enable better communication.

Many of us also use disposable foam earplugs to protect from damaging noises in the workplace, or to block the noise of snoring partners, loud traffic outside bedroom windows, dogs barking and any other bothersome sounds that prevent a good night’s sleep.

If you regularly use earplugs to sleep, is it damaging? On the internet, people ask whether doing so can cause tinnitusinfections or ear pain. Can regular earplug use cause wax or pressure build up in the head? Can it cause headaches?

The facts about wax

To answer these questions, I should first explain a few things about ear wax.

Wax is good for the ear but too much can be bad for you. Wax comes from small glands in the outer part of the ear. It starts off looking like honey but the longer it stays in the ear, the darker and harder it gets as it traps dirt, grit and gunk.

Normally the wax will be “walked” out of the ear by its self-cleaning mechanism. Anything that slows down or reverses this mechanism can cause wax to build up. Unfortunately, anything smaller than your elbow can do this, sleeping plugs included. But everyone’s ears are affected differently.

An ear full of wax works like a built-in ear plug – great for sleeping, but if it ends up resting on the eardrum, it can cause discomfort and sometimes tinnitus.

Most of the problems people associate with earplugs are actually due to too much wax in the ears, although the wax may be caused by being a consistent earplug user.

If you are a consistent user and think you may have too much wax, ask your doctor to check inside your ear. Or better still, make an appointment to see your local audiologist. They may have a camera that can show you how much wax actually is inside your ear and whether something should be done about it.

A good night’s sleep

A good night’s sleep has many health benefits, and sleeping poorly can have follow-on issues such as concentration and memory problems.

Studies have demonstrated the benefit of sleeping aids such as ear plugs and eye masks in improving sleep for patients in hospitals. In fact, the studies show the aids can reduce the need for sleeping medications.

Via: http://theconversation.com/health-check-is-it-bad-to-regularly-sleep-wearing-earplugs-60374

The good news is that you won’t wreck your precious ears if you regularly wear earplugs to bed. The trick then becomes proper care and maintenance with said earplugs. Make sure you’re disposing them when they get too gross or it won’t just be snoring that prevents a good sleep.

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