The Best Anti-Snoring Mouthguards! – Our Top Picks

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Join Tom and Lacey as they review some of the best anti-snoring devices of year, including the top MADs and TRDs.

0:00 Introduction
0:35 SnoreX Plus
2:22 SleepTight Mouthpiece
3:11 Good Morning Snore Solution
4:29 ZQuiet Mouthguard
5:36 VitalSleep Mouthguard

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32 Comments

  1. My husband needs this he snores and grinds teeth. Sounds like something he would like to try! Thats great you can try it for a month I think the 1st one is the best one for him.

  2. I’m glad I don’t snore too bad for my husband because none of these look very comfortable.

  3. I’ve never heard of this before! I wish I’d known about these when I was with my ex! Also wish you’d do a review on mouthguards for people who grind or clench their teeth at night.

  4. Won’t anti snoring devices put your jaw out of place and potentially weaken your jawline? It’s like anti mewing

    1. In our experience, the adjustment is incredibly minor — think millimeters — so it shouldn’t compromise your jawline.

    2. I have a mouth guard. It did stop /lesson my snoring. But it really hurts my teeth. Possibly from trying to grind my teeth. But it got to the Point that I stopped wearing it because my teeth hurt so much and felt lose in the morning

    3. Well if you think mewing has any good scientific research behind it you’d be sorely mistaken 😜

  5. I think ZQuiet may be good since it gives some flexiblity for the mouth to move, so should be easier to swallow saliva. I tried the one like VitalSleep but it is so uncomfortable especially hard to swallow saliva. However, I do when wearing it does open up my airway properly so it might help you breath through your nose except the difficulty when swallowing saliva part really makes me dislike the device.

    1. Mouth tape at night and even during the day to remind you to breathe through your nose. Obviously you’d do this in private normally while at home, lol But it will completely change your life and eventually your lungs, fatigue issues, and eventually the shape of your face.

    2. Start with two or three stripe of blue 3m medical tape so you can still breathe through your mouth a bit and eventually you’ll just tape your mouth completely and be fine. It’s not nearly as dangerous or scary as you’d think when done correctly. And it will COMPLETELY change your life.

  6. I’ve used pure sleep for years. Works wonders but I had a sore jaw for about 2 years. My lower jaw is not in the same place anymore. Almost have an underbite now but I’m used to it now. I don’t have an underbite all the time tho, really just when I’m lying on my back. I’ve tried convincing people to get it because I snored like a train and now nothing. Most will try but didn’t like the sore jaw. I have mild sleep apnea and it stopped that. I sleep great now. I think I’ll try vital sleep now. Just to try to move my jaw back a bit. The pure sleep is pretty much set after you boil it. The vital sleep looks like u boiling and can still adjust it. So I’ll try to adjust back to as normal as I can get my jaw. 1 mm at a time. Hope this helps someone. My wife says it’s a miracle worker. Lol One of the downfalls is I can’t sleep without it now. So I have to take it everywhere.

    1. Update. Been using vital sleep for close to 2 months. It’s comfortable, but I’m sure after 2 years of pure sleep, it’s just my jaw being used to things. Vital sleep works great. However, my wife says I still snore a little. Nothing that bugs her at all she said. But with pure sleep, I didn’t snore at all. I do find my vital sleep doesn’t move my jaw as far back as the pure sleep. Even though i have it adjusted as far back as it can go. So comfort: vital sleep is better. For effectiveness: pure sleep wins. Both are good tho.

  7. do these aids put too much pressure on your teeth? meaning over time that having them put pressure against your teeth each night eventually start to shift your teeth?

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