Mouthpieces and Anti-Snoring Devices: Detailed Product Reviews

Snoring is not just a minor issue that can simply be ignored. It can be the root of many problems; health concerns, marital and even social issues. That is why it needs to be addressed once and for all. There may be a lot of snoring solutions offered on the market these days, but there is only one perfect fit for you. That is why I came up with a site that allows you to make an informed decision when buying anti-snoring devices. Finding the ideal product may never be easy, but this is the only way for you to avoid the torture and the discomfort of wearing the wrong device.

The product reviews on this site are compilations of experiences of different people. Hence, you will not only be limited to my opinion alone. You may notice that while some products are highly commended by some users, others complain that they are uncomfortable to wear, bulky, expensive, ineffective and tough to clean. This shows that these products have different effects on various individuals and the choice on what to buy will still boil down to your personal preferences.

Below are some of the product reviews included on our site:

Zquiet                       Good Morning Snoring Solution                      Pure Sleep Mouthguard

  • Made of soft and non-irritating material
  • Best for person with small or weak lower jaw
  • Allow to speak,breathe through mouth
  • Easily customize,trimmed,fiiled
  • 30-day free trial offer only at shipping charge
Good Morning Snore Solution 
  • Relatively comfortable,designed by dentist
  • Made of BPA-free material
  • Comparatively longer longevity
  • Easy to clean
PureSleep Mouthguard 
  • Easy custom fit
  • Airhole provision to breathe through mouth
  • Lasts for more than 6 months

Vita Sleep Snoring mouthpiece              Zypphah                       Chin Strap

Vita Sleep Snoring 
  • Made of non-irritating thermoplastic material
  • Full fledged customization using a boil-and-bite technique
  • Sidewise mobility,thus reducing strain on lower jaw and teeth
  • 30-day money back guarantee with 1 year warranty for replacements
Chin Strap 
  • No side effects as jaw pain,etc
  • Comfortable to wear
  • Great benefit of weak or loose teeth or dental work done on teeth
  • 90-day money back guarantee with 3 months trial period
  • Designed by dentist, align with comfort
  • Airflow hole allows to breath through mouth while asleep
  • 30-day guarantee and free shipping

Choosing the right device for you can be very overwhelming. Seeing these devices for the first time makes the deciding which to try even worse. With so many choices and no experience with these products, using others experience to help with your decision can save lots of trouble.

After trying some of these anti-snoring products, I came to realize that there is no “one size fits all” anti-snoring devices. It may work perfectly on your friend but does not work the same way for you. Perhaps the product with the worst reviews turned out to be your perfect fit. The good thing is; many of these products come with a money back guarantee. Hence, if you find it ineffective after a few days of use, you can simply send it back to its distributor and they will refund the money you have paid for it.

These reviews are great to be used as a reference but keep in mind that your personal preferences may be entirely different. Still, it pays to know how different people reacted to the various products. Who knows, you may happen to have a similar experience to some of the reviews.

But is there really a need to solve your snoring issue? If you feel that it doesn’t bother you at all (or no one will be bothered about it since you sleep all by yourself), then you are definitely wrong! Snoring is not just about the annoying sound, its impact on your health can be more devastating than you expect. It is not a laughing matter.

Stop Snoring Once and For All

According to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine President, Dr. M. Safwan Badr, snoring forces your body to exert more effort when breathing. It is a symptom that is worth checking for. Something is going on and your doctor has to know what triggers it.

Snoring can be a result of a narrowed airway. As the air passes through it, the throat’s soft tissues will create a vibrating noise.  It is wise to entrust the treatment to a professional rather than treating the snoring by yourself. This is to rule out if it was caused by sleep apnea or sleep disordered breathing.

Sleep apnea causes breathing to stop. And this can happen to more than hundred times every night. The body’s deprivation of oxygen will have significant effects on its major organs. Among the resulting fatal conditions include depression, heart attack, and diabetes. On the other hand, if snoring is precipitated by an allergic attack, the doctor is the most credible person to prescribe treatments for nasal congestion or seasonal allergies which are the cause of the snoring.

Anti-Snoring Solutions: Options Available in the Market

When it comes to snoring treatments, you have so many options to choose from. Among these are snore pillows, nasal strips, and chin straps. Among those that work best are the oral devices. However, making a choice can be very crucial. If you don’t do well on this part, you may end up suffering the discomfort that the device brings without getting the full relief possible. This can also be one of the reasons why some snorers opted to use other options. However, unfavorable past experiences on mouth guards must not stop you from looking for the one that will suit you best. Most of those who tried the device find the discomfort to last for only a few days from the initial use. Eventually, they get used to it and the mouthpiece begins to feel like just part of their mouth. Hence, they are able to wear it without noticing that it is there at all.

TRD (Tongue Retaining Device) and TSD (Tongue Stabilizing Device)

Though these devices are often referred to as “mouthpieces”, they don’t go inside the mouth at all. It prevents snoring by keeping your tongue from falling back. This is by holding the tip of your tongue forward. This lowers the possibility of soft tissues from getting close to one another, thereby preventing snoring.


Surprisingly, it doesn’t cause any discomfort at all while it holds your tongue while you are asleep. The fact that a lot of snorers (including me) wear it only shows that comfort is not an issue at all. One of my favorites is the Good Morning Snore Solution.

How it looks

TRD’s resemble the appearance of a pacifier. It comes with a bulb on the front with a suction cup on its other end. As you squeeze the bulb, it creates suction as you touch the other end of your tongue. This allows the device to hold your tongue forward. The other parts of the device rest between your inner lips and outer gums. And don’t worry if you move a lot while sleeping. TRD is perfectly attached that it will stay in its place even until you wake up.

Anyone can wear TRDs, regardless if you wear dentures, have bridge work, missing teeth, crowns or caps.

Is it effective?

Surveys say it’s 80% effective. This only shows that you can’t judge a product by its size. TRDs can solve major snoring issues. On top of that, it is also affordable. And this can be one reason why many people opt to use it, contributing to it being one of the more well known solutions.

Who can’t wear it?

Its use is only limited to nose breathers. Therefore, it is not recommended for individuals with nasal polyps, deviated septum, and sinus problems. Those suffering from allergies must also avoid this product, especially if your nose is stuffy because of the allergies.

MAD (Mandibular Advancement Device)

These devices have the appearance of a traditional mouthpiece. Such oral appliance resembles the usual mouthpieces used in sports that you know of. Hence, they look less strange. There are MADs with streamlined designs while others can be customized according to your fit.

How it works

Just like TRDs, MADs intend to clear your airway to prevent snoring.  However, they differ in their approach since a Mandibular Advancement Device holds your jaw and push it forward. This is so that your tongue won’t collapse back, clearing the airway at all times. The tongue always goes with the jaw’s position. And it can be very uncomfortable to position it back to the throat when the jaw is forwarded.

Zquiet vs Z

These are two of my best favorites when it comes to Mandibular Advancement Devices

Things to consider when choosing

As with other products, not all MADs are the same. There are certain factors you need to consider before making your final purchasing decision.  Safety must be on the top of your list. Know if the product is made of a high-grade medical material. Remember that this will be staying in your mouth extended periods; you wouldn’t want any chemicals added to its manufacture that will compromise your health. The design must also be geared towards your comfort. Hence, this must be smooth to prevent it from hurting your lips, gums, and tongue. A thermoplastic material can be a good choice.

Choose a BPA free material. BPA is otherwise known as bisphenol A. Though this used to be a common ingredient in almost all types of plastics such as baby bottles, food storage etc, its use was discouraged since studies showed that it can be very harmful to your health. The same ingredient is found in a cashier’s receipt. And it can travel to your bloodstream in as short as 4 minutes. And why must you worry about it? Well, BPA is linked to diabetes, cancer, erectile dysfunction, liver abnormalities, cardiac problems and ill effects on fetal hormone and brain development. Wouldn’t this be enough reason to stop its use?

It pays to check the airflow holes too. If you are having a hard time breathing through your nose, you would never buy a product without these holes. They allow air to pass through so you can breathe with your mouth. You may even need those with the largest holes to force oxygen inside. However, this can contribute to a MADs bulky design. Very tiny holes may also make it impossible for you to breathe through your mouth, even when not asleep, so stay away from devices without sufficient airflow paths.

What to expect

In your initial use, a Mandibular Advancement Device may cause jaw soreness. However, you will get used to it over time. Often times, such discomfort appears on the 4th day of use. However, feeling a horrific pain when using MAD is another story.  It may signal that you need to look for another product that will fit you better.

Drooling is another thing you need to expect. It’s like popping a jawbreaker in your mouth.

Frequently Asked Questions

Snoring triggers a lot of questions both to snorers and their bed partners. If you are one of them, this information below may be valuable to you:

What causes snoring?

There are many precipitating factors to snoring. Among these are medications, alcohol, hormones, obesity, or health conditions. All these lead to partial blocking of one’s airway. Once you sleep, everything else in your mouth relaxes. It causes the tongue to collapse back to your throat. Since your uvula and soft palate are very near each other, they tend to create a vibrating noise. This is the snoring sound that you hear when the person sleeps.

What is the best anti-snoring device?

As mentioned earlier, these devices can have different effects on different individuals. Meaning, I can never pinpoint which one is better. You still need to choose which one works best for you. Since they are offered with money back guarantee, you need not fret about your expenses.  Though all of them has one goal and that is to prevent airway obstruction, their different approaches and designs make them work differently on you.

Are they comfortable to use?

Pain must never be an issue. These devices must never cause pain at all. However, soreness can be commonly felt. MAD for instance may initially cause soreness of the jaw. It helps to massage the jaw to ease the soreness after you detach the device upon waking up in the morning. If you are using TRD, loosening the device may resolve the soreness issue.

What if I’m wearing dentures?

Though you can still wear MAD, it may not be an ideal option for you. This would mean wearing your dentures the entire night since the device would need something for you to bite to keep it in place. To avoid these issues, you can try TRDs. You can wear this device regardless if you have any teeth or not since its mechanism only involves the tongue.

Will I need a prescription when buying the device?

These products are under Class II Medical Device and a prescription is not required due to Federal Regulations’ code indicating that adequate direction is all that is required. Hence, you can procure the device without the need to present any prescription at all. This is why these products are now available for purchase online.

Final Words

Finding an anti-snoring device that fits you best can be such a hassle.  You will need to experiment on various devices until you land on a product that works best for you. But no amount of reward can compensate a night of peaceful sleep. The price you pay to get a full night of rest is insignificant for the health and happiness it brings.

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