These Are The Best Anti-Snoring Devices
The most common devices being mouthpieces and head /chin straps and nasal strips.
Mouthpieces are generally constructed by dentists and are designed to comfortably fit inside the mouth to position your lower jaw in a way that increases the opening of your airway.
Head/Chin straps function in the same way, but are worn around the head and although they look seemingly ridiculous, the straps function by moving the lower jaw forward which allows the airway to open and lets the air pass through much more smoothly, thus reducing the audible vibrations.
Nasal strips are the most common anti-snoring devices, as they are easily accessible and the most affordable option. The strips function by pulling the nostrils further from the septum, which increases the opening of the nasal passageways, allowing more air to pass through and reducing snoring.
Regardless of which anti-snoring device fits your budget and your preferences, many snoring sufferers have found relief by using one of these products for the treatment of their snoring.
The final treatment option deals with snoring as a symptom of Sleep Apnea, a disorder that causes an individual to stop breathing multiple times during the night. This cessation in breathing can last for seconds or for a minute or more, which can result in this disorder being life threatening if left untreated. When treated, those diagnosed with Sleep Apnea begin using a Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) device nightly. The device blows a continuous stream of air into the back of the throat which prevents the throat from collapsing, thus keeping the sufferer regularly breathing throughout the night and putting an end to the loud snoring that accompanies this disorder.