Snoring Quick Facts

Click here to buy now!80 percent of men that snore do not consider themselves to have a problem and, in fact, consider their spouses to be light sleepers

The medical definition of the SnoreBuddy is a mandibular advancement device or splint.
Oral appliance therapy using  SnoreBuddy has been medically proven to reduce blood pressure - ref : US National Library of Medicine

SnoreBuddy also prevents teeth grinding.


Snorers do not usually notice their own snoring and are unaware unless it is pointed out for them.
Snoring is a worldwide phenomenon with estimates of over one billion people who snore due to some sort of nasal or airway blockage.

 

How Our Mandibular Advancement Device Works

That's the proper medical terminology for SnoreBuddy, mandibular advancement device, also called a splint or appliance.

noWhile sleeping, the lower jaw naturally has a tendency to drop backwards. This causes the tongue to push against the back of the throat, blocking the airway.

noThe airway and nasal passages become constricted. The level of vibrations increases in the throat tissue, causing snoring.

noWith the SnoreBuddy in place, the lower jaw is held in a forward position. This keeps the tongue away from the back of the throat, keeping the airway open.

noThe airway is increased in diameter, allowing for free flowing air, thereby reducing the velocity of the air traveling into the lungs, and thus eliminating or reducing the level of vibrations in the throat tissue.

    

More About Mandibular Advancement Devices

Mandibular advancement devices or mandibular advancement splints are a mouthpiece device that is worn in the mouth while you sleep to treat obstructive sleep apnea and snoring.  Independently conducted oral appliance therapy research shows that for many users, a mandibular advancement device can be as effective as a CPAP for obstructive sleep apnea to reduce blood pressure and reduce snoring.

Mandibular devices like SnoreBuddy treat fairly moderate sleep apnea and snoring by the way of moving the lower jaw forward. This basically tightens the soft tissue and muscles of the upper airway preventing obstruction of the airway during sleep. The tightening that is created by the device also prevents the tissues of the upper airway from vibrating as air passes over them – this being the most common cause of loud snoring.

Mandibular advancement splints are very widely used in the United States and are beginning to be used in Britain, Israel and many other parts of the world. They have been considered a good choice in therapy as they are non-invasive, easily reversible, quiet, and generally well accepted by users.  The main focus of improvement in appliance design is in reducing bulk, permitting free jaw movement (i.e. drinking, speaking and yawning) and allowing the user to easily breathe through his or her mouth.

“Do it yourself” devices, which are less expensive, are also available and can provide the same benefits as long as they are fitted correctly.

There has been a big improvement in the evidence supporting the use of oral devices in the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea.

There has been studies that show their efficacy have been underpinned by increasing recognition of the importance of upper airway anatomy in the pathophysiology of obstructive sleep apnea. Oral devices like Snorebuddy have been shown to have a remarkable effect in targeting a number of significant clinical end points. This would include the polysomnographic indexes of obstructive sleep apnea, measures of sleepiness, blood pressure and some aspects of neuropsychological functioning and mostly quality of life.

There are numerous oral devices like the Snorebuddy anti snoring mouthpiece available to patients suffering from obstructive sleep apnea and snoring. The efficacy of these devices varies greatly.

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