Managing snoring issues has become such an important thing that the number of snoring solutions in the market has rocketed in the past few years. Having the problem under control is the promised output of many of them. Whether the solution is a chinstrap, or mouthpiece, the common claim is that they will solve a snorer’s problem. There’s really just one way to find out – and that’s to try it.
Many devices will claim effectiveness and that they have the ability to stop snoring. What I would recommend is that you do your research before purchasing one. There are some devices that have benefited users with a decrease in the intensity and frequency of snoring, while there are others that have totally cured them.
None of these solutions – or combinations of solutions – are expensive and are very easily accessible. On top of this they work quickly, even instantly, and you could have solved one of the biggest problems of your life = either a s a medical problem or a social problem.
Dental mouthpieces such as those from SleepPro, or MAD’s – Mandibular Adjustment Devices – as they are often called, are fully endorsed and recommended by the NHS – and they also supply them on certain occasions.
An anti-snoring mouthpiece is designed to position the jaw while sleeping in such a way that the airways are kept open. Some people need to adapt to such a device first before they can be comfortable in using it. The fact that a mouthpiece should be worn all through the night makes the most popular ones the ones that are made from the most comfortable materials. Most people get used to it quite quickly and find that it really works for them.
SleepPro provide a range of MED’s to provide the perfect solution. They offer a Standard product which is a good way to test the product’s effect on your snoring – and then upgrade to either and SFA version – this is self adjustable – or a completely Custom version which will be made to fit your mouth perfectly and comfortably from a molded impression. The products are British made to the highest standards and use high grade materials to ensure the best in both comfort and fit.
Chinstraps essentially work the same way as the mouthpieces in that they position the jaw slightly forward in order to keep the airway more open. But the device cups the chin instead, and come with straps that are tied around the person’s head. If you can be comfortable with this kind of contraption, it can work for you – but many heavy snorers wear both for maximum effectiveness.
If you’re a heavy snorer then always take advice from your dentist or doctor and keep them informed if you are trying products to help you – their advice can be invaluable. Despite a great fit and a positive response, there are still sometimes side effects to using an anti-snoring device – so get the most comfortable solution you can – and you’ll find it can really work well for you.
By John Redfern