Sleep Apnea Explained
Sleep Apnea is a common sleep disorder affecting an estimated 200,000 Americans every year. Sleep Apnea occurs when a person periodically stops breathing while sleeping, lasting anywhere from a few seconds to minutes. When normal breathing resumes, the sleeping person lets out a loud snort or choking sound.
How Do You Know If You Have Sleep Apnea?
The most common warning sign is loud snoring, usually noticed by the person sleeping next to you. You may also experience dry mouth, weight gain, irritability, nightmares when sleeping, headaches, fatigue or depression.
Untreated sleep apnea increases a person’s risk for some life-threatening illnesses such as high blood pressure, stroke, diabetes, obesity, and heart failure.
How to Treat Sleep Apnea
Part of sleep apnea treatment is adopting lifestyle changes such as getting regular physical exercise and losing weight. Once diagnosed, doctors commonly prescribe a Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) machine.
When used as directed, a CPAP is designed to increase air pressure in a user’s throat preventing the airway from collapsing when the user breathes in.
Other sleep apnea treatment options include having surgery to either remove tissue in the airway or having the tonsils removed or by using dental appliances.
What’s in a Name?
Whether you refer to dental appliances as an anti-snoring mouthpiece, stop snoring device, anti-snore guard, or a multitude of other terms, these devices are officially called Mandibular Advancement Devices, or MAD for short. These devices work by moving the lower jaw, or mandible, forward to prevent the airway from collapsing, which results in the wearer receiving a good night’s sleep.
Sleep Apnea Mouthpiece versus CPAP
For the treatment of mild or moderate Obstructive Sleep Apnea, the most common form of the disorder, using either treatment boils down to the patient’s preference; although CPAP machines are prescribed more often by doctors than dental appliances.
However, treatment compliance improves by use of a dental appliance, particularly when the sleep apnea patient is either claustrophobic or wearing a CPAP mask makes the patient uncomfortable to the point where getting a good night’s sleep becomes impossible.
Choosing the Best Sleep Apnea Mouthpiece
When comparison shopping for the mouthpiece that will best fit your needs, comfort, ease of use, safety, and quality plays a factor in addition to price considerations.
SnoreRx for Sleep Apnea
Of the multiple dental appliances available for purchase today, SnoreRx consistently outperforms all other dental appliances for overall comfort, ease of use, and quality as measured by not only medical professionals but hundreds of satisfied customers.
Testimonials from satisfied SnoreRx Customers
“SnoreRX was the third mouth guard I tried for my snoring. All three worked as far as stopping my snoring. However, one caused too much tooth pain, and the other just didn’t fit quite right. I liked that SnoreRX was adjustable and had a very large breathing hole. My only complaint is that I had a difficult time getting impressions of my molars on the device. Doesn’t seem to have much effect on how well it stops my snoring though! My hubby is very pleased.” Miller-Terranova
“I have tried a lot of products to help with snoring. SnoreRx is the one that makes my wife happy, and I feel comfortable using. I do not feel like a monster or an alien. The set up is easy for such a technical device, and you see your money’s worth. Customer service is outstanding: I had an issue with my SnoreRx 2 months after I bought it. I emailed them and received an answer in less than 5 minutes. After two more emails, no more than 15 minutes total, I was offered a no cost replacement once they received mine. The very next day I sent it, emailed them a tracking number, and they sent my replacement IMMEDIATELY. They did not wait to receive mine. I am looking forward to receiving my new SnorerX since it has been the ONLY solution for my snoring.” Jordan
“Life Changing. No longer need a CPAP.” Melcher
Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I buy SnoreRx?
How do I know SnoreRx will work for me?
SnoreRx is designed to fit comfortably in most mouth sizes. Custom calibration allows the device to be adjusted to a setting that is comfortable for you to avoid overextension of the jaw.
How do I know SnoreRx is working?
The easiest way to tell is if the device is working is by having someone nearby letting you know if your snoring has been reduced while using the device. Beyond that, if you are starting to get more restful sleep and waking up more revitalized, SnoreRx is doing its job. For tech savvy users, smartphone apps are available to record snoring sounds as you sleep.
How should I care for and clean my SnoreRx?
It is important that you brush SnoreRx daily with a toothbrush and toothpaste. If available, an ultrasonic cleaner works best. Always allow SnoreRx to air dry, as it eliminates any bacterial build up on the device. In addition to the daily cleaning, it is also recommended SnoreRx is cleaned with denture solution once a week or every two weeks. Avoid use of abrasive cleaners such as mouthwash, dishwashing soap, ammonia, bleach and other household cleaning products.
Is there a guarantee?
SnoreRx is committed to your satisfaction. While they strive to reach for 100% satisfaction, we understand SnoreRx may not be for everyone. If you are not satisfied, you may take advantage of the guarantee.
Just return SnoreRx within 30 calendar days of receiving your device for a refund of the product price. SnoreRx does not refund any shipping costs. The package must be postmarked on or before the 30 days from the date of delivery. Unfortunately, they cannot accommodate returns postmarked after the 30-day return window.