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Snoring Mouth Guard By Vitalsleep Now Includes 1 Year Of Complimentary Replacements

November 21, 2013

The end results are that people can breathe easier and helps reduce or even completely eliminate snoring. The device is entirely adjustable so that it is custom-made to the specific needs of each snorer. This snoring product can be adjusted in the privacy of your home by placing it in hot water and then making fine adjustments until the appropriate fit is acquired. There are two sizes available: regular for men and small for women. VitalSleep understands the importance of a proper fitting so they have created their product to be available to a broader demographic. Furthermore, the mouthpiece is FDA cleared and BPA-free. The goal is to make for a better nights rest in order to help people live a more productive and happier lifestyle.
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Me and my operation: A mouth implant put my snoring to bed - and saved my marriage!

Bad vibrations: Snoring can force couples into separate bedrooms . THE PATIENT Common problem: Douglas' snoring was caused by part of the roof of his mouth being too floppy (posed by model) My snoring has driven my wife Daphne mad over the years. Ive always had a problem, but it got really bad in my mid-20s after we married from then, it just got worse and worse. And it was always louder after a couple of drinks. It got to the point where Daphne couldnt sleep because of my snoring and I couldnt sleep because she kept jabbing me in the ribs. The only time we ever got a decent nights rest was when I worked shifts and we slept at different times. I tried no end of remedies from the chemist a throat spray, strips to keep my nostrils open and nose plugs but nothing worked.
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Mouth Guards & Retainers

3, 2006 -- It may look like it belongs on the football field, but a mouth guard-like device may help millions of people (and their mates) who suffer from sleep apnea sleep a bit easier. An estimated 18 million Americans have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a sleep disorder caused by an obstructed airway due to the tongue and soft tissues falling into the back of the throat during sleep. This results in short episodes when breathing is stopped. Obstructive sleep apnea leads to excessive daytime sleepiness and has been associated with increased risk for high blood pressure , stroke, heart problems, and death. Although continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) is the most effective treatment available for obstructive sleep apnea, new guidelines recommend the use of oral appliances for the treatment of mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea in people who don't respond to CPAP or have difficulty sticking with the treatment. CPAP involves wearing a mask attached to a machine that delivers air with increased pressure while you sleep. But researchers say many people find this treatment uncomfortable or intolerable, and an oral device may be an attractive treatment option.
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New Mouth Guard for Snoring Website Aims to Help Those Who Snore

Mouth guards are designed to prevent clenching and overbites, as well as to protect teeth in certain high-risk situations such as contact sports. Newer types of splints have also been designed to separate front and back teeth on the top of the mouth. You Might Also Like Juice Fasting and Mouth Aches Retainer Definition A retainer can take one of two forms: a small piece of hard plastic with metal wires, or a thinner piece of plastic shaped like a mouth guard. Retainers are often used by people who have recently had braces removed; the retainer provides additional support to ensure the newly straightened teeth stay in place. Retainers are molded to your teeth and prescribed by an orthodontist. You may have to wear it 24 hours a day, just at night or under other terms set by your orthodontist. Conditions Mouth guards are commonly prescribed or recommended to help with jaw issues, such as disorders of the temporomandibular joint or TMJ.
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Mouth Guard Endorsed for Sleep Apnea

It is made from soft, breathable material with comfort in mind since the user will be keeping this snoring device on during the entire night. It works by forcing the jaw in a position that is slightly forward from the position the jaw would normally rest which keeps a person's airway slightly more open than it normally would be. The increased space in the back of the throat and trachea allow air to flow more generously, and discourages the soft tissues in these areas from vibrating. It is the loose tissues vibrating which cause the snoring. Sometimes, loosing a bit of weight can help to also keep the airway clear. One of the stories that the developers elaborate on at MouthGuardforSnoring.com involves a few adults who were forced to sleep with a chronic snorer during a trip to Disney World in Orlando, Florida. One of the travelers had long suffered with snoring since childhood, and the condition had worsened to the point of keeping ALL the other adults wide awake ahead a busy day at the amusement park.
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