How to Choose a Mouthpiece to Stop Snoring

Download our free Information Guide ‘How to choose a mouthpiece to stop snoring.’ You’ll learn more about this often unknown way to treat snoring and sleep apnoea.

Once you’ve read this Guide, also read our blog on over-the-counter snoring treatments, before you purchase anything!

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How to Choose a Mouthpiece to Stop Snoring

Download our free Information Guide.

In this Guide you’ll learn about mouthpieces. These oral appliances are not like the bulky ones used as mouthguards in sport. These anti-snoring devices, sometimes referred to as MRDs are a simple and effective way to hold your airway open to stop snoring.

However, they need to be fitted correctly, by a trained dentist to make sure they are right for you. Find out about the different types, read a comparison between custom made and over-the-counter devices, and know what to check for when being fitted.

It is a MUST READ for anyone who is considering buying a mouthpiece or MRD to treat their snoring. It could save you time, money and get you sleeping well again.

Adrian Zacher

Information Guide Co-Author, Snorer.com

Want to learn more? If you haven’t already, read our popular blog about over-the-counter anti-snoring devices, and learn what you need to know before you considering buying one.

You might also like to understand more about snoring and sleep apnoea, so we’d suggest reading our Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Overview Guide, which was Highly Commended in the British Medical Association Patient Information Awards in 2016.

Then test your knowledge with our two deceptively simple quizzes:

The Online Snoring Quiz is focused on snoring and sleep apnoea risk factors, diagnosis and treatment options.

The Sleep Apnoea Symptoms Quiz – is hopefully self explanatory.

the team at snorer.com

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Created by Emma Easton | Page last updated 21st Feb 2018

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