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Best Snoring Solutions

Updated October 2, 2019

It’s estimated that 45 percent of adults snore occasionally while 25 percent suffer from habitual snoring problems. Considering snoring is a symptom of respiratory obstruction, it’s important to address the problem and attempt to remedy it any way possible. The older we get, the more prevalent snoring is known to become. Males and people who are overweight are also at an increased chance of suffering from this common yet serious problem.

When there’s demand, innovators will work to create products that offer solutions, and we recently purchased a variety of top rated anti-snoring devices to see which ones work and which fall short to help navigate you toward the best anti-snoring device.

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#1

SnoreRX

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  • Calibrator helps you read measurements for jaw adjustment
  • Posi-Lock prevents setting changes as you sleep as it locks your setting in
  • Teeth cushions provide added comfort
  • Full mouth breathing capability by design
  • 30 Day Return Period
#2

ZQuiet

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  • BPA and latex-free
  • Medical-grade materials don’t cause irritation
  • Use of Living Hinge Technology allows mouth movement and even speaking while wearing
  • Airflow ports keep mouth partially-open to allow mouth breathing
  • 30 Day Trial Period
#3

Zyppah

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  • Aesthetically pleasing
  • Easy to clean
  • Incorporates measures to reduce/eliminate snoring from tongue relaxation
  • Allows for mouth breathing
  • 90 Day Trial Period
#4

Good Morning Snore Solution

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  • Can be used with dentures
  • Can reduce or eliminate teeth grinding
  • Simple to clean
  • Doesn’t cause jaw soreness
  • 90 Day Trial Period
#5

Air Snore Mouthpiece and Drops

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  • Can customize as much as necessary due to the food-grade thermoplastic construction
  • Can be used with missing teeth or dentures in many cases
  • Works well for mouth breathers
  • Helps increase energy in the mornings
  • 60 Day Trial Period
#6

My Snoring Solution

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  • Comfortable
  • Don’t have to wear anything in your mouth
  • Low off-gassing
  •  Keeps mouth closed for those who snore when their mouth is open
  • 90 Day Trial Period

The Top 6 Snoring Solutions

1. Snore RX- Best Snoring Mouthpiece

 

Picture of the snore rx - looks like dentures

SPECS

  • Money Back Guarantee: 30 days
  • Ability to Breathe through Mouth?: Yes
  • Certifications:
    — FDA-Approved
  • Can Use with Dentures?: No

Most mouthpieces take some time to adapt to. However, some devices I tried were downright painful and took several nights to get used to wearing. Snore RX, on the other hand, was relatively comfortable, and it’s designed to allow full mouth-breathing. This can be especially helpful for people who naturally breathe through their mouths or suffer from sinus problems that prevent nasal breathing.

The Snore RX mouthpiece includes cushioning on the teeth for added comfort, and I really appreciated the Posi-Lock feature that prevents setting changes while you sleep. This product is certified by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, the gold standard by which sleep medical services are evaluated.

Pros

  • Calibrator helps you read measurements for jaw adjustment
  • Posi-Lock prevents setting changes as you sleep as it locks your setting in
  • Teeth cushions provide added comfort
  • Full mouth breathing capability by design
  • FDA-approved
  • Good price for the many features
  • 30-day money-back guarantee
  • Adjustable in 1 mm increments

Cons

  • Some soreness as you adapt to the product
  • Cannot be worn if you wear dentures
  • Some drooling can be expected as you get used to it

Check our full review.

2. Z-Quiet- Best Anti Snoring Mouthpiece for Mouth-Breathers

SPECS

  • Money Back Guarantee: 30 days before charges are incurred
  • Ability to Breathe through Mouth?: Yes
  • Certifications: FDA-Approved
  • Can Use with Dentures?: No

Do you suffer from congestion that makes it next to impossible to breathe strictly through your nose at night? This can make it tricky to find the best stop snoring device for your needs.

Z-Quiet is a great solution to consider. Not only does it include ports for air that keep your mouth partially-open to allow mouth breathing, but it even allows you the ability to move your mouth and even speak while you’re wearing it.

Best of all, you’ll receive two mouthpieces when your order arrives. Not only can this prove beneficial in the event you lose one, but it can also make things more convenient when it comes to cleaning. If one’s dirty, you can use your second mouthpiece until you have a chance to clean the first.

Pros

  • BPA and latex-free
  • Medical-grade materials don’t cause irritation
  • Use of Living Hinge Technology allows mouth movement and even speaking while wearing
  • Airflow ports keep mouth partially-open to allow mouth breathing
  • FDA-approved
  • Two mouthpieces included
  • Easy to clean
  • Not much drooling associated with use

Cons

  • Can be cut down to size if it’s too big, but nothing you can do if it’s too small
  • Not for use with dentures or weak teeth
  • Initial jaw soreness
  • Shipping charges aren’t refunded if you choose to return the product

Read our full review.

3. Zyppah

SPECS

  • Money Back Guarantee: 90 days
  • Ability to Breathe through Mouth?: Yes
  • Certifications: FDA-Approved
  • Can Use with Dentures?: No

Did you know that your tongue has an impact on snoring? In many cases, the tongue relaxes to the point that it blocks your airway. If you’ve tried snoring mouthpieces and haven’t found the solution you were expecting, there may be a solution in the Zyppah mouthpiece. Zyppah’s unique in that it offers a mouthpiece and tongue retaining device all in one, making it a versatile sleep solution for anyone with both issues.

Zyppah is a good fit for snorers who need something they can use for mouth breathing. It’s also a great option for those who need extra tongue support to stop snoring. However, it is worth noting that the Zyppah only comes in one size designed to fit 90% of mouths. The issue is that bottom of the mouthpiece can’t be manipulated. So, If you have a small jaw, it may take you a little longer to get used to having the Zyppah in your mouth all night.

Pros

  • Aesthetically pleasing
  • Easy to clean
  • Incorporates measures to reduce/eliminate snoring from tongue relaxation
  • Allows for mouth breathing
  • Long trial period lets you get a good idea of whether it’s going to work

Cons

  • Can’t make adjustments to lower mandible protrusion
  • Hard to close your mouth, especially for females
  • Tongue strap falls off

Read our full review.

4. Good Morning Snore Solution

SPECS

  • Money Back Guarantee: 90 days
  • Ability to Breathe through Mouth?: No
  • Certifications: Health Canada, the FDA, EEA, and Australian Register of Therapeutic Products
  • Can Use with Dentures?: Yes

With so many anti-snoring devices on the market, it can be difficult to narrow down your choices to just one. The Good Morning Snore Solution is ideal for anyone who wears dentures, grinds their teeth, seek a product that doesn’t cause jaw soreness, or want a TSD that doesn’t constrain your entire tongue. If you’ve had issues with TSD’s causing tongue pain, the fact that this product only focuses on the tip of the tongue should come as a huge relief. There’s also no customization process needed for the Good Morning Snore Solution. It’s very flexible and easy to fit in any sized mouth. You even get a full three months to try the product out. If you’re not satisfied after 90 days, you can take advantage of Good Morning Snore Solution’s 100% money-back guarantee.

Pros

  • Can be used with dentures
  • Can reduce or eliminate teeth grinding
  • Simple to clean
  • Doesn’t cause jaw soreness
  • Small tip doesn’t require the entire tongue to be constrained

Cons

  • Doesn’t allow for mouth breathing
  • Slight drooling during the first day or two of use

Read our full review.

5. Air Snore Drops

SPECS

  • Money Back Guarantee: 60 days
  • Ability to Breathe through Mouth?: Yes
  • Certifications: N/A
  • Can Use with Dentures?: Yes

As discussed, drops, sprays, and pills are typically best when used as a short-term solution. If it’s allergy season or you’re sick and snoring due to mucus buildup, Air Snore drops can provide relief. It’s best when used with the Air Snore mouthpiece.

The drops are very aromatic, and I liked that it’s made of natural ingredients. These include:

  • Sunflower seed oil
  • Eucalyptus leaf oil
  • Lavender flower oil
  • Peppermint leaf oil
  • Scots pine leaf oil

These ingredients did a great job working together to help me get relaxed and keep my airway free. If you need a quick, temporary fix for snoring stemming from congestion, this could be an excellent solution.

Pros

  • Soothing and antiseptic properties to help relieve cold-like symptoms and nasal congestion
  • Easy to use
  • Smells good
  • Great short-term snoring solution during illness, allergies, or congestion

Cons

  • Not a long-term anti-snoring solution

Read our full review.

6. MySnoringSolution- Best Chinstrap for Snoring

SPECS

  • Money Back Guarantee: 90 days
  • Ability to Breathe through Mouth?: No
  • Certifications: N/A
  • Can Use with Dentures?: Yes

MySnoringSolution was surprisingly comfortable considering it wraps around your head while you sleep. I really liked that they offer three sizes. One-size-fits-all usually doesn’t fit all, and this is especially true if your head is larger or smaller than average. Best of all, since you receive two chin straps, this makes it easier to enjoy consistent snore-free sleep even if one of your straps is dirty.

You get a full three months to use your chinstrap, and this allows you to experience its impact in a variety of circumstances. Perhaps you’ll experience illness, weather changes, or seasonal allergies during this time. The longer-than-average trial period allows for a fuller spectrum of expectations before your purchase is final.

Pros

  • Don’t have to sleep with anything in your mouth
  • Quality materials
  • Machine-washable
  • Comfortable
  • 90-day money-back guarantee
  • You receive 2 chin straps- use one while the other is in the wash
  • Three sizes available

Cons

  • Pricey
  • Can’t breathe through mouth
  • Returns subject to 25 percent environmental waste disposal fee
  • No contact information available aside from PO box for returns

Read our full review.

Types of Snore Stoppers

There are a variety of product types on the market, each with their own pros and cons. This allows for you to better identify what type of solution would work given situations that are unique to you. Let’s take a look at what’s out there.

 

— Mandibular Advancement Devices

The name sounds scientific and confusing. Put simply, mandibular advancement devices (MADs) are mouthpieces, and they work to shift your jaw (mandible) forward to tighten the upper tissues of the airway. This prevents the vibrations these tissues produce- your loud snoring- from occurring. Think of watching a flag wave in the wind. If you were to walk up and hold it taut, these waves (vibrations) cease.

MADs also allow you to breathe more efficiently while you sleep. Since airway tissues are made tauter, you are able to breathe in larger volumes of oxygen through the night.

Pros

  • Department of Respiratory and Sleep Medicine reports MADs are comparable to Continuous
  • Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) ventilators in terms of overall effectiveness in preventing snoring
  • Effective for those with misaligned jaws
  • Can help for those who grind their teeth
  • Convenient and typically easy-to-use
  • Many affordable options
  • Many can be custom-fit using the boil and bite process

Cons

  • Can cause dry mouth
  • Known to cause mouth-soreness, especially during the initial nights of use
  • Known to cause drooling, especially as you adapt to the product

— Nasal Strips

Most of us have seen these small strips that adhere across the bridge of the nose onto the sides of each nostril. Originally intended to help those with congestion from sickness and allergies to breathe more easily, they work to open up the nasal passageway for quiet breathing.

Pros

  • Can prevent dry mouth experienced by those who struggle to breathe through their nose
  • Daytime and nighttime use possible
  • Comfortable

Cons

  • If you tend to breathe through your mouth naturally, it will defeat the purpose of putting a stop to snoring

— Chin Straps

Much like nasal strips, chin straps weren’t originally designed with the snorer in mind. Instead, they were focused on use for patients who recently underwent various types of facial surgeries. It was discovered that by fitting the chin strap over the head and face, the lower mandible is supported to help keep the airway free through the night.

Pros

  • Effective for people who snore through the mouth
  • Can prevent mouthpiece from falling out if you use one with your chin strap

Cons

  • Those who toss and turn often experience difficulty in keeping device in place
  • Not for those who suffer from nasal snoring or sleep apnea (In fact, it can even be dangerous if you suffer from a condition that causes severe nasal congestion- talk to your doctor before considering the use of chin straps for snoring).
  • Finding the right size can be difficult if you don’t have an average-sized head
  • Because the lower jaw is so immobilized, some experience the development of teeth-grinding while sleeping
  • Some complaints of causing facial overheating

— Sprays, Pills, and Drops

Sprays, pills, and drops can be useful for snorers who typically suffer only when they are ill or suffering from sinus problems or allergies. These products use special blends of natural herbs and enzymes that cause a decrease in mucus production.

The good news is that these products can be highly effective if you are suffering from these types of problems. In fact, devices like mouthpieces and chin straps are often ineffective when battling snoring rooted in sinus issues. However, if you’re looking for a long-term solution for routine snoring, this may not be the best solution for you.

Pros

  • Effective for people suffering from allergies, illness, or sinus congestion
  • Natural ingredients
  • Good for a short-term snoring fix

Cons

  • Not ideal for those looking for a long-term snoring solution

— Pillows

Snoring is the result of an obstruction that prevents air from moving freely through the nose and/or mouth. Some of the best rated anti snoring devices come in the form of pillows.

Anti-snore pillows are devised to guide the sleeper into the correct sleeping position to help open up the airway.

Pros

  • Non-invasive
  • No adjustment period for your nose or mouth to get used to

Cons

  • Not ideal for people who sleep on their stomachs
  • Not good for people who tend to hug their pillows or move them around while they sleep

When to Seek Surgical Relief from Snoring

While there are mixed reviews regarding the many anti-snore devices on the market, most of them are effective at reducing or eliminating snoring. However, for some people, they just don’t offer the relief you seek.

While rare, some people need surgical intervention, and this is only used in severe cases where no other form of treatment has proven effective. Surgery can be used to:

  • Remove soft tissue to open the airway
  • Correct an abnormally-shaped septum
  • Alter bone structure of upper airway for improved air movement
  • Stiffen the soft palate to reduce vibrations

Which Device is Right for You?

We preferred the SnoreRX for a variety of reasons. However, as you do your homework in checking out anti-snoring device reviews, it’s important to keep your own specifications in mind.

Is snoring a problem you deal with on occasion? Is your sleep partner complaining about the nocturnal noise you’re making on a daily basis? Do you have dentures or dental issues? These are all important factors that must be taken into consideration.

I hope this has served as an effective guide to point you down the right path, but feel free to leave questions and comments below if you need any further information.

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