The 10 Most Popular Anti-Snoring Devices For a Peaceful Night’s Sleep

Snoring: A Modern Epidemic

Snoring is becoming an epidemic: over 90 million Americans have problems with snoring, and 37 million snore on a regular basis. Anti-snoring devices of all kinds are also becoming widely available.

About half of the people who snore loudly have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) – a condition where airflow is temporarily blocked during sleep – causing a whole variety of problems, like sleep deprivation and a greater likelihood of chronic diseases like depression.

Snoring equals worse sleep for everyone

Snoring equals worse sleep for everyone

Snoring has many downsides not only for you, but also your loved ones (aka your wife), who may be kept awake and irritable after a restless nightof loud snoring.

Before we go over the most popular anti-snoring devices on the market today, let’s take a look at the causes of snoring, which vary from person to person. We’re going to get a little bit technical here, but the more you know about this the better.

Snoring sounds are caused by vibrations in the roof of your mouth and the back of your throat. These vibrations make sound waves, just like when we make sound with our voice.

Snoring happens most frequently during your REM cycle – the most restorative part of your sleep cycle. During REM cycles, your brain sends the message to your body to relax all muscles except your breathing muscles. Though, for people that snore, this means that the throat, tongue, and palate collapse too far and restrict the flow of air.

While you’re asleep, they way you take in oxygen determines if turbulent airflow will cause these loud vibrations, or if you (and your work) will sleep peacefully.

 

Anti-Snoring Devices To The Rescue

There are many anti-snoring devices available to help you stop snoring, from relatively cheap to incredibly expensive.

In addition to this, there are also many different techniques you can try to help keep your airways open and relaxed while asleep.

Anti-snoring devices fall into 5 main categories: Nasal Products, Mouthpieces, Sprays & Pills, Chin Straps, and Pillows. We’ll be going over the 10 most popular anti-snoring devices out there that you can get without a prescription.

But, it’s worth a mention that many people see their snoring go away completely from positive lifestyle changes, which you can find many resources for depending on what you want to try.

Positive lifestyle changes that may reduce or eliminate snoring include: quitting smoking, exercising regularly (especially yoga), losing weight, maintaining a good sleep schedule, eliminating alcohol several hours before bed, and doing facial exercises. 

Especially when combined with an anti-snoring device, positive lifestyle changes can give you the extra boost you need to stop snoring for good. But, for those that have more severe snoring problems and have already tried everything, there are two main options available.

CPAP machines are becoming increasingly popular and effective for those diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).

To get your own CPAP machine, you need to have a diagnosis made by your doctor for sleep apnea and a written prescription. This often involves an overnight study in a sleep clinic or a sleep study test done at home. These machines are incredibly expensive, but are generally covered by insurance and are very effective for even the most stubborn snorers.

Another option for those who habitually snore is getting surgery to remedy the airflow problems experienced during sleep. A procedure called Somnoplasty helps to reduce habitual snoring by stiffening or removing tissues of the soft palate and uvula in the back of the throat.

But if you’re far from getting surgery or an expensive CPAP machine, there are plenty of other options out there that can be just as effective at eliminating snoring.

Here’s our honest overview of the top ten most popular anti-snoring devices out there for a more restful night’s sleep.

 

1: SnoreCare – Nose Vents

SnoreCare Nose Vents

SnoreCare Nose Vents

How they work

The premise behind nose vents is that they simply fit into your nose to open up the nasal passageways, which helps to prevent mouth breathing, and reduce snoring.

According to SnoreCare, the better airflow through your nose helps cease the vibrations of the soft palate in the back of the throat and allows it to expand, helping you to snore less and sleep better.

You simply insert the vents gently into your nose, and this allows your nasal passage to open for easier airflow. Choosing the correct size helps ensure comfortability and that the vents stay in place through the night.

These particular anti-snoring devices use medical grade silicone for flexibility, comfort and allergy avoidance (instead of more irritating substances like polyurethane). Each pack includes 4 differently sized reusable vents, so you can choose the best fit for you, and a travel case to protect the vents if you need to take them with you wherever you go.


“Snoring can cause endless issues; these specially designed vents provide effective dilation of the nostrils, which allows air to flow through easier, for smoother breathing and a snoreless sleep!” -from SnoreCare

Retail Price: 29.99

Pros

  • Very discreet and easy to travel with
  • Easy to use

Cons

  • Not effective for everyone
  • Slightly uncomfortable
  • May fall out

Reviews

The Good:

“After noticing that the breathe right extra strips were no longer helping me get a good night sleep, I decided to try these.

[…] I could fall asleep with the big ones but at some point at night (I never remembered doing it) I would remove them and then wake up feeling tired. So after trying two sets, I was about ready to give up, but I figured I would try a third. So I tried the smaller ones with the smooth exterior (not ribbed), and didn’t shove them in all the way, and they hit the spot. They’re slightly uncomfortable, but not enough for me to have to remove them. I leave them on, sleep with them all night.

My recommendation is to do some trial and error with all of them, yes, that means some nights you will not get a good night sleep and will wake up tired. I also recommend pairing these with nasal strips; its a wonderful combo.”

The Bad:

“For me these didn’t quite prove useful. I was constantly waking up because they’re a bit uncomfortable but I do have a smaller nose. That being said, it certainly clears up airways and I was able to take naps without snoring/waking myself up. (Don’t sneeze with these in)”

“I bought these a few weeks ago and tried them out for a couple days. They help me breathe by opening up the nasal passage. They do not stop me from snoring at all. I also wrote a review after using them, stating that they did not work. I received an email from the seller telling me that they would refund me $20 instead of the $16.95 I paid, if I deleted my review. So I deleted it… but I feel that the truth is the important thing. These don’t work. I’ll give them 3 star’s for effort and great bribery tactics though. Sorry SnoreCare but honesty is the best policy!”

Overall Effectiveness: 3/5

 

2: My Snoring Solution – Anti Snoring Jaw Strap

My Snoring Solution Jaw Strap

How it works

Anti-snoring jaw straps are for those that tend to start breathing heavily through their mouth (or “mouth-breathing”) during sleep after their muscles relax, causing the snoring vibrations we mentioned earlier.

The jaw strap from My Snoring Solution literally holds your jaw in place throughout the night so that this doesn’t happen. Jaw straps also keep your jaw in proper alignment during sleep and prevent soreness or stiffness of the jaw in the morning. Theoretically, this also helps you achieve deeper REM sleep by properly taking in air through your nose.

If you have something like a deviated septum or other sinus problems, this anti-snoring device isn’t your best choice because it would be difficult to breathe through your nose while wearing it.

Common Questions:

Does this stretch with use?
Answer: No the elasticity is very strong. It will take a very long time to stretch, also you do have to get the correct size


Is it comfortable if you have a lot of facial hair?
Answer: It can get a bit itchy and irritable, but if you’re truly tired, then it should not be an issue.

Retail Price: 44.95

Pros

  • Easy to use
  • Soft, stretchy material

Cons

  • Uncomfortable for some
  • Doesn’t work for everyone

Reviews

The Good:

“This anti snoring jaw strap works wonders! I asked my boyfriend to wear it because he snores loudly. It was amazing! I didn’t hear a thing all night. He also mentioned that it was very comfortable. I ordered the medium strap and it fit both of our faces comfortably. The material used to make the band is strong and very soft. I definitely recommend trying this.”

“To tell the truth, I was a little skeptical about being able to fall asleep with this contraption on…but SURPRISE! The material this jaw strap is made from is very soft, stretchy, and comfortable to wear. I not only fell asleep, but slept through the night and felt very rested the next morning. Works better than the nasal strips – happy customer!”

The Bad:

“It started out great. My wife said it definitely made a difference the first week or so that I used it. But it started to stretch out as I continued to use it and became mostly ineffective. Considering the price, it is definitely not worth the money. I recommend they make it out of stronger material that won’t stretch out of shape within the first month of use.”

“I bought this for my husband, who is a C-Pap wearer. We not only travel a lot, but also do a lot of backpacking. His machine has batteries, but is still fairly heavy. So we were looking for a light, portable solution. It fit fine, but, unfortunately for us, it did not stop his snoring. His issues seem to be more from his nasal cavity than his throat. So, I hated to rate this low, but it did not work for us. It does seem well made and he said it was comfortable. So if you have the funds to spare, give it a try. Others have had success.”

Overall Effectiveness: 4/5

 

3: Calily Health – Anti-Snoring Nose Vents

Calily Health Nose Vents

Calily Health Nose Vents

How they work

Nose vents get a second spot on our list of reviews. Calily Health nose vents have a unique spiral design to them to supposedly maximize the airflow the wearer gets while sleeping. Like the nose vents mentioned previously, the set includes 4 pairs of different sizes so you can choose the size that works for you.

Calily’s nose vents are also made with medical grade silicone and are BPA-free. As far as anti-snoring devices go, they are designed to be very discreet and easy to take on the go. They also come with a reusable plastic case to keep the vents free of dust and for easy travel.

“When we are asleep, our muscles narrow as the muscles become relaxed, and may even sometimes close off temporarily. The air passing through this smaller opening can cause the tissues surrounding the opening to vibrate, which in turn can cause the sounds of snoring. The CalilyHealth Anti-Snoring Nose Vent keeps the nostrils open, thus maximizing the airflow in the nasal passageways, effectively eliminating the snoring sounds.” -from Calily Health

Retail Price: 19.95

Pros

  • Very inexpensive
  • Discreet and easy to travel with

Cons

  • Doesn’t work for everyone
  • Uncomfortable for some
  • May fall out

Reviews

The Good:

“This product is surprisingly working. My husband snores hard and when he tries it on, I never hear him snore again. He said it’s uncomfortable to sleep with. But very simple to use. It has a case that you can put the anti-snoring vents. Very portable to use so you can bring and use this product when you go travel, especially in the airplane. No more embarrassment because you snore hard. I just wish they’ll make it more durable because my daughter just broke it.”

“The vents are lightweight. I slept well and didn’t wake up tired. No complaint from the hubby either. The vents reminded me of sleeping with a night guard because I grind my teeth at night. Just like the night guard, it takes a few nights to get familiar with them. This product is worth a try.”

The Bad:

“I cannot believe the 5 star reviews… totally misled me. This thing did nothing for my snoring.”

“These seem to work and keep snoring down, but I run into 4 issues…
1. They aren’t super comfortable. Have tried 2 different sizes and it’s noticeable that they are in place.
2. There is still restriction with these, so it’s a little harder to breathe, and there can be a wind rushing or whistling noise with these in place.
3. More often than not, they fall out in the middle of the night, and then there is something that has been up my nose floating around the bed. Not the most ideal/sanitary condition.
4. There are 4 pieces, but they are all different sizes. So, if only one works/fits, you have 1 that is useful and 3 that are trash.
I think my next step is to try breathe-right or something and see if it gets the same results without the negatives.”

Overall Effectiveness: 3/5

 

4: ProfesSnore – Snore Relief Anti Snore Oral Spray

ProfesSnore Throat Spray

ProfesSnore Throat Spray

How it works

Next on our list is a throat spray designed to help stop snoring. The idea behind throat sprays like this is that the spray uses oily lubricant to lubricate the back of the throat to stop the vibrations that cause loud snoring. This anti-snoring spray has been clinically tested and found to be safe for use as an anti-snoring aid.


“Works by actively lubricating the tissues in the throat throughout the night. It avoids or reduces the vibrations that causes snoring. Shake before using. Tilt head back and spray 3 times to the back of the throat and uvula. Hold towards the back of your mouth for about 15-20 seconds and then swallow. For best results, do not eat or drink 30 minutes before going to bed and after this application. You should repeat this process if liquid is ingested during the night.” -from ProfesSnore

According to the company, this throat spray isn’t intended for those diagnosed with sleep apnea, because it only addresses the symptom of snoring vibrations, not the cause of them (obstructed airflow in the throat region), so it’s best used as a remedy to help with mild snoring, or used in addition to other methods.

Ingredients
Mineral oil, Glycerin, Eucalyptus oil, Spearmint oil

Common Questions

What’s the taste like for this product?
Answer: Slightly minty taste

How many nights does each bottle last?
Answer: My husband seems to get a couple months out of a bottle

Retail Price: 39.99

Pros

  • Easy to use
  • Minty taste

Cons

  • Doesn’t work for moderate-severe snoring problems

Reviews

The Good:

“Well my boyfriend hasn’t woken me up once since I got this product so I guess it works!!! Ha!
Prior to buying this, I spent half the week sleeping on the couch. I wore mouth guards, used those horrible plastic things you stick up your nostrils and breath right strips and still many nights at about 4:30am, my bf would nudge me to get me to turn over or stop snoring. Some nights were many nudges and those were the couch nights.”

“Measured effectiveness with snoring app, comparing this product to another OTC anti-snoring spray. While both helped reduce snoring intensity, Snore Relief was more effective by a big margin. Other spray produced a “snore score” (measuring the intensity and loudness of snoring throughout the night) of 116. Snore Relief spray produced a score of 77. Using no spray produced a score of 135. Neither spray eliminates snoring completely, but this does a good job of reducing the intensity.”

The Bad:

“Harmless placebo. Religiously used it to last drop, but no effect on snoring.”

“It is good, but not as good as the Breathe Right Snore spray when it was out. I would buy it again.”

Overall Effectiveness: 2/5

 

5: SleepWell Pro – Adjustable Stop Snoring Chin Strap

SleepWell Pro Chin Strap

SleepWell Pro Chin Strap

How it works

Like our second product on this list, this anti-snoring chin strap is designed to hold your jaw in place while you sleep to prevent breathing through your mouth.

The company claims it’s a comfortable solution for snoring that won’t irritate the face at night. The idea is that this also prevents a dryness and soreness in the mouth the following morning, a common side effect for those that snore.

Retail Price: 68.97

Pros

  • Works for some
  • Prevents dry mouth

Cons

  • Expensive
  • Doesn’t work for everyone (reviews are confusing)
  • Poor quality and uncomfortable

Reviews

The (sortof) Good:

“It works well. Can take a little getting used to. Improves my AHI significantly, especially leakage. My biggest pet peeve is the fabric. I’ve washed it both by hand and part machine, but it still makes this sweaty sock like smell. Can’t get past that. In fact, it leaves that odor on your face!”

The Bad:

“Pros: Works with Cpap – nice color.
Cons: $1.50 worth of material shipped in a plastic bag with no care/use instructions/labels (was it used?), flimsy material sold for $32 – what a rip off!
Gets sweaty during use – strong smell of rubber/plastic – fit is small and seller has no other sizes – don’t think this is going to last.
Reviews are a totally mix up of the SleepWell Pro and perfume… ?
Carefully washed with warm soapy water and now the Velcro is peeling back.
Shop around this is not worth the price.”

Overall Effectiveness: 2/5

 

6: Breathe Right – Extra Tan Nasal Strips (26 Count)

Breathe Right Nasal Strips

Breathe Right Nasal Strips

How they work

Already well-known in the world of anti-snoring devices and sleep, Breathe Right Strips work to open up your nose during the night. This helps with nasal congestion, and, like the nose vents mentioned earlier, helps you breathe without throat vibrations caused by mouth breathing.

This review is specifically for the ‘Extra’ nasal strips, which breathe Right claims to be 50 percent stronger than the original strips.

The strips have flexible, spring-like bands that widen when the strip is placed (i.e. stuck on) your nose. Breathe Right claims they help to reduce nasal snoring caused by nighttime nasal congestion or a deviated septum.

Retail Price: 17.43

Pros

  • Effective for deviated septum
  • Effectively opens nasal passageways
  • Small and portable

Cons

  • Expensive with recurring use/non-reusable
  • Won’t work for all snoring causes
  • Uncomfortable to remove

Reviews

The Good:

“Definitely try it. You will be pleasantly surprised how well it opens those nasal passages. Some nights I think I may be able to get thru the night without one, but at 1 o’clock in the morning & I’m having trouble getting to sleep, I get out of bed and put one on so I can breathe easier and fall asleep. I have been using them for two years now. The EXTRA width band works best for me, but I also have more difficulty in removing it because it adheres so well. Needs lots of water soaking for removal. Wish I could keep it on for more than 12 hrs at a time, it works so well. Side benefit for me was I cancelled a nose operation for perceived nasal blockage, because those wide strips worked so well.”

The Bad:

“I like Breathe Right strips; they really help keep my nose open so I can breathe better. These “Extra” strips work just fine, but they really irritate my skin and they are more difficult to remove than the clear ones for sensitive skin. I will not buy this kind again. If you have thin or sensitive skin, you will want to avoid these.”

“These stick to my face really bad, hurt coming off and leave residue on my face. I had some that were clear plastic that didn’t do this at all. I will go back to those! They do open my airway but not as great as the others!”

Overall Effectiveness: 4/5

 

7: Just Potent – Melatonin Capsules

Just Potent Melatonin Capsules

Just Potent Melatonin Capsules

How they work

Melatonin makes the list as a potential anti-snoring aid because of how much it affects our sleep.

Scientists have evidence that our body’s sleep patterns are regulated by light and dark during the day and night. The light coming through your windows in the morning stimulates the nerve pathways from your eyes to your brain and causes signals to be sent that wake you up. Melatonin helps to regulate our sleep-wake cycles, and has been used effectively to help regulate poor or out-of-whack sleep cycles.

While taking Melatonin may not cure you of snoring, it can be an effective sleep aid if you’re having trouble falling asleep or suffer from periodic wakefulness late at night. It’s also been shown to be helpful with graveyard shift workers who need to normalize their sleep patterns as much as possible.

As we get older, Melatonin levels naturally drop, so supplementing with Melatonin may be beneficial to older patients simply for the regulation effects it has.

Retail Price: 17.99

Pros

  • Helps regulate sleep patterns for more restful sleep
  • Helpful for insomniacs or late shift workers

Cons

  • Doesn’t usually eliminate snoring

Reviews

The Good:

“I’ve struggled off and on with insomnia for years, most of my adult life. For the past several years it’s been a constant thing, more on than off. I go to sleep easily, but then I would wake up, over and over, never going deeply to sleep, finally wide awake after four hours. I felt like I was going to come apart in pieces if I didn’t do something. over the counter sleep aids left me feeling groggy the next day. Since I found this melatonin, I sleep, actually sleep. I usually sleep 7 to 8 hours a night now, pretty much straight through. I wake feeling rested and refreshed. I’ve tried other melatonin, and I might as well have been taking skittles for all the good it did me. Your product has restored my sleep, and I am one happy thankful woman!”

The Bad:

“I don’t usually write reviews, but came here at 2:45 AM to see if other were experiencing – or not experiencing – the supposed effects of melatonin from this brand. After taking this brand several times over the past week, I found it did absolutely no effect to help me fall asleep. Again – absolutely no effect!! I compared the effects to last couple pills from previous grocery store buy that were in travel bag -two of those 5mg tablets put me to sleep. Perhaps the positive reviews were either the placebo effect or free for positive review.”

Overall Effectiveness: 2/5

 

8: Eliminator Pro – Adjustable Mouthpiece Aid

Eliminator Pro Mouthpiece Aid

Eliminator Pro Mouthpiece Aid

How it works

The Eliminator Pro is a custom mouthpiece that you fit into your mouth at night to keep your breathing passage open at night. It’s helpful for those with sleep apnea as well as teeth grinding at night (also known as Bruxism).

You are instructed to boil the mouthpiece in water and then bite down on it to form a comfortable shape customized to your bite. The mouthpiece also has 10 incremental, 1-millimeter settings so you can lock it in before going to sleep at your desired setting, ensuring it doesn’t shift during the night and that your jaw is held in the proper place.

The product is advertised as BPA-free. It is not suitable for those with dentures or orthodontia such as caps or braces.

Retail Price: 129.99

Pros

  • Helps keep the breathing passage from collapsing
  • Adjustable and customizable

Cons

  • Expensive
  • Doesn’t hold in place for some
  • Dry mouth after use

Reviews

The Good:

“I suffer from apnea, and I’ve tried the very cheap non-adjustable mouthpieces sold on amazon, but they didn’t push my lower jaw forward enough to unobstruct my breathing passage while sleeping, and my lower jaw often disengaged while sleeping. I didn’t want to listen to my dentist and get the custom acrylic mouthpiece that would’ve run me about two grand.
[…] Since I fixed that issue, the mouthpiece works perfectly, and for a fraction of the price of SnoreRX or custom dental mouthpieces. My wife no longer complains about my snoring. I just need to do an overnight test with a pulse oximeter to see if I have anymore apnea related blood-oxygen dips overnight, but so far so good!”

The Bad:

“Did this product help reduce/eliminate snoring? Yes. I even felt like I slept better using it. However, it caused several other issues for me to the point that I couldn’t wear it. So I’m giving it 3 stars because I believe it works, but there are some sacrifices, at least in my experience. The biggest issue I had and the reason I stopped using the device is severe dry mouth. Because this product keeps your mouth propped wide open all night, my lips, the inside of my mouth and my tongue became so dry, chapped and painful after about a week of use that I couldn’t keep using the product. My tongue hurt for almost a week after I stopped wearing the guard because it was so dried out and chapped. That was the only issue that keeps me from using the product.”

Overall Effectiveness: 4/5

 

9: Visco Love – Anti Snore Memory Foam Pillow

Visco Anti-Snore Pillow

Visco Anti-Snore Pillow

How it works

Anti-snoring pillows are becoming popular as the connections between sleeping position and snoring come to light.

According to the manufacturer, his anti-snoring device works by supporting your neck and shoulder muscles in such a way that promote healthy circulation and airflow while you sleep. The idea is that this reduces or eliminates soring and joint pain from sleeping on unsupportive pillows.

The Anti Snore Memory foam pillow is also advertised as hypoallergenic and can be used with a CPAP machine for sleep apnea patients. Many reviews also state the pillow helps with thermal regulation by not getting too hot or cold at night.

Retail Price: 99.99

Pros

  • A comfortable solution (compared to jaw straps and mouthpieces)
  • Hypoallergenic and thermal-regulating
  • Helps reduce neck pain while supporting muscles

Cons

  • Expensive for a pillow
  • May not help with snoring at all

Reviews

The Good:

“I absolutely love this pillow. I have tried many pillows and have not found one that worked out as good as this one. I like the fact that it is comfortable regardless I sleep on the side or on my back. Also, the pillow has been working very well for me to sleep with the CPAP machine.

One thing I wish is that it has some pillow case to go with it (with different color options). I’m not a person who works well with white. And I have always like adding another pillow case (ideally it is smooth and soft) even though this one is washable. Hopefully soon there is a case designed for this pillow.”

The Bad:

“The pillow itself is comfortable, but it did nothing for the snoring problem for which I bought it.”

“This pillow is very comfortable but I had to return it. After 15 minutes my head was sweating. If they would add a cooling layer to this pillow it would help”

Overall Effectiveness: 2/5

 

10: Serenity – Sleep Aid Custom Mouth Guard

Serenity Mouth Guard anti-snoring device

Serenity Mouth Guard

How it works

Just like our earlier mouthpiece review, the Serenity mouth guard is fully customizable to your teeth. This is a single piece, however, that fits on both your upper and lower teeth at the same time (instead of the two-piece adjustable Eliminator Pro version).

Like the Eliminator Pro, the Serenity Sleep Aid Mouth Guard helps to keep your breathing passageways open while you sleep, eliminating the vibrations due to collapsed muscles in the area, which can cause snoring. This device isn’t listed anywhere as BPA-free.

Retail Price: 39.97

Pros

  • Customizable
  • Inexpensive compared to other mouthpieces for snoring or bruxism

Cons

  • May leave you with a sore jaw
  • Not listed as hypoallergenic or BPA-free

Reviews

The Good:

“I’ve bought a lot of items through Amazon but this is my first time ever leaving a review. My snoring had gotten really bad. The wife recorded me a number of times and would swear she recorded a bear. She was so frustrated that she decided that in order to get any sleep, she was going to go to the other room. I tried the chin strap with no success. So thought I’d try the mouthpiece. I ordered this one because of the price. […] good price, did the job, quieter snoring, sore teeth in the morning, will continue to use. Sleeping wife, she doesn’t smother me with a pillow.”

“When I first opened it, it looked cheap, but after molding it, it’s the most comfortable snore guard i’ve used. If i have anything negative to say, it’s the breathing hole, it’s a bit small and sometimes i need to remove it feeling like i need air. Once i’m asleep, i don’t notice a breathing issue.”

The Bad:

“Did it reduce snoring? Yes. However, due to my slight overbite and the need to pull the jaw forward, I would wake up each morning with my teeth hurting from the strain the device put on them. Maybe I’m just using it wrong, but I only use this in certain cases now to minimize damage to my teeth.”

Overall Effectiveness: 3/5

 

Wrap-Up: Which anti-snoring device is the most effective?

Overall, there are many different anti-snoring devices available to you, depending on what the causes are behind your snoring.

Our recommendations for the three main causes of snoring are:

For “Mouth Breathers:” My Snoring Solution – Anti Snoring Jaw Strap

For Nasal Snoring: Breathe Right – Extra Tan Nasal Strips

For Collapsed Throat Muscles: Eliminator Pro – Adjustable Mouthpiece Aid

For those with nasal problems such as a deviated septum, nose vents or strips may be the most effective. For anyone who reverts to “mouth breathing” in their sleep, a jaw strap and a supportive pillow may help you the most. If you’ve been diagnosed with OSA, it may be important to monitor your sleep and opt for a CPAP machine as these are the most effective at insuring you get the proper airflow you need. And for those with mild snoring, using a throat spray may be all that you have to try.

Sometimes, a combination of different things will be the most effective. It’s best to consult with a doctor of sleep professional to determine where the problem starts and to learn about the best solution.