The SnoreDoc Mouthpiece works to reduce snoring by holding your lower jaw slightly forward of its normal position while you sleep. It opens your airway and eliminates the vibrations we all know as snoring. No vibrations, no snoring!
Snoring is caused by the soft tissue at the back of the throat relaxing during sleep partially blocking the airway. Air passing through causes vibration - and the unmistakable sound of snoring. By using the SnoreDoc Mouthpiece your lower jaw is gently pushed slightly forward, which alters the normal position while you sleep. The airway is therefore gently opened and it allows for the vibrations to be eliminated, thus reducing the snoring sound and allowing a more restful, quiet sleep.
Say goodbye to snoring once and for all!
If you have issues with snoring or sleep apnea, you may have seen some commericals and advertisements for multiple snoring mouthpieces that all claim to help you stop snoring. The reality is that each snoring mouthpiece has its own pros and cons, but none of the snoring aids are as effective or as comfortable as Snore Strap; our innovative and trademarked custom fit anti snoring strap is unique in the marketplace due to its quality and comfort.
It will help you adjust to sleeping with a chin strap quickly and help you and others around you get a better night’s sleep. Why wait? We offer a 100% money back guarantee if you are not satisfied with the strap. You’ve got nothing to lose!
If somebody told you that singing helps to get rid of snoring issues, you may think that the person is kidding you. But the fact is, singing exercises the throat muscles, and is truly a natural way to reduce snoring. However, snoring causes may vary from person to person, and singing or other natural therapies may not work out to eliminate all sorts of snoring issues. Snoring is caused by obstructions in air movement during sleep. Here is some helpful information on how you can stop snoring using our Snoring Mouthpiece. The throat muscles relax while we sleep, and the disturbed airflow vibrates the soft palates in the upper airway, resulting in the harsh buzzing sound. Unwanted fat accumulation in the throat area, or a weak throat that collapses on the airway, are the main causes of snoring. However, there are many other snoring causes, which include clogging of nasal passage by secretion of mucus, improper positioning of the jaw, allergies, and smoking and drinking habits.