Mouth Guard for Snoring 

Using a Mouth Guard for Snoring for Relief from OSA

If you have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), you may benefit from using a mouth guard for snoring to help you and your partner both get a peaceful night’s sleep. The majority of people who snore also suffer from OSA (obstructive sleep apnea), which can cause problems such as loud snoring, daytime fatigue, and trouble concentrating. While many people with OSA use CPAP machines and face masks, not everyone can tolerate the masks – and surgery for OSA has a mere 55 percent success rate (and significant side effects). A simple mouth guard or dental appliance for snoring is an excellent solution. 

What You Should Know About Using a Snoring Mouth Guard
If you are beginning your journey towards sound – and silent – sleep, you may be wondering what is involved. Here is some basic information to give you an idea of what to expect when you choose a dental mouth guard for your snoring. 
  • A personalised process. Your mouthguard will be custom fitted to your mouth. The first step is a sleep study for a proper diagnosis. This study is conducted in your home for optimal convenience and comfort. Then, you will be fitted with your appliance and given basic instructions. Finally, we will follow up with you to ensure that you are satisfied with your treatment.
  • Understanding how the appliance works. If you have OSA, your lower jaw will drop back during sleep, carrying the tongue into the throat area and causing an obstruction that leads to snoring. The mouth guard has a special pathway that allows air to flow through freely. This air bypasses the palate and tongue, so you’ll breathe easy all night. 
Benefits of Using a Mouth Guard to Stop Snoring
Depending on your individual needs and preferences, using a mouthguard can have several advantages over using a CPAP machine, such as:
  • It’s simpler. Many users find CPAP machines to be uncomfortable and cumbersome. A mouthpiece is not only more cost-effective, but it is also much simpler because there is no machine at all – just a single, manageable piece.
  • Freedom of sleep position. When you use an anti-snoring mouth guard, you don’t have to worry about sleeping in any particular position. Feel free to get comfortable in whatever way you prefer – on your back, side, or stomach.
  • It’s portable. If you travel regularly, a mouthpiece will be much easier to take along than an entire CPAP machine. Your mouthguard will be small, lightweight, and discreet – in other words, a perfect travel buddy. 
About Snore No More
Snore No More is a 100 percent mobile service, which means that we’ll come to your home for every appointment and you will never have to worry about travelling to a clinic. Our Oventus Optima anti-snore device can offer the help you need to stop snoring once and for all and get a better night’s sleep every night. If you’re ready to get to the bottom of your sleep issues, contact us today.
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