Device Remedies

Device Remedies

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  • SNORING CHIN STRAPS:

When you wear a chin strap before sleeping, it acts like a sling that serves to hold your jaw firmly in place. Thanks to this, the mouth stays closed and this forward position of the jaw reduces the risk of the tongue and throat tissues falling back to block the airways. The end result – there is no snoring.

If you have been diagnosed with sleep apnea and are advised to use a Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) machine, your doctor may ask you to also use a chin strap. CPAP therapy forces air into your throat through a mask and the pressure of the air flowing in helps to keep the airways open.

More about Chin Straps here: Anti Snoring Chin Straps

 

 

 

  • EPAP THERAVENT NOSE STRIPS:

EPAP, Theravent uses the power of your own breathing to resolve snoring. When you exhale, the MicroValves close creating a gentle pressure that forces the throat airway to open, thus reducing throat vibrations associated with the sound of snoring.

 

 

 

  • NASAL STRIPS:

As far as over-the-counter snoring aids go, nasal strips are among the most common. NNasal Strips For Snoring, such as Breathe Right, attempt to relieve snoring by targeting nasal congestion. These strips can open up the nostrils and allow easier breathing, which may offer some snoring relief. However, most snoring originates from the throat, so these strips only target a small part of the problem.

 

 

 

  • ANTI SNORING MOUTHPIECES:

Anti Snoring Mouthpieces, or retainers, can relieve snoring by keeping your lower jaw in a forward position while you sleep. This snoring aid helps keep the airway open while you sleep, which can reduce the sound of snoring. Mouthpieces may lead to excessive salivation and alteration of tooth alignment, which can limit their use and require regular follow up with a dentist.

 

 

 

  • ANTI-SNORING PILLOWS:

Anti Snoring Pillows are designed to help keep throat airways open by supporting the neck in a specific position to reduce constriction and create optimal breathing alignment. There are several brands that compete in this space, with prices ranging from $40 to $100. While this snoring aid is non-invasive, some consumers describe it as ineffective.

 

 

 

 

  • SNORE SPRAYS:

The idea behind is that applying the solution will reduce the lining of the nostrils in a way that promotes more room for breathing and stops snoring. This stop snoring device typically contains a mixture of oils such as menthol and peppermint as well as water, alcohol and glycerin. Common complaints include unpleasant aftertaste and lack of results.

 

 

 

  • Snoring CPAP Mask:

The most effective device, but the most uncomfortable. So We suggest you to try the others first, leaving this device as the last resource.

When a person’s snoring is thoroughly investigated and a correlation between snoring and sleep apnea is established then a CPAP machine is often recommended by medical professionals. So don’t pick decisions about this device without the consultation of a professional doctor specialized in Sleep Apnea.