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.


Sick of CPAP? Tired of CPAP? CPAP Machine Alternative

Wearing a CPAP can be a real pain?  Why not try the SnoreBuddy CPAP alternative?  You have nothing to lose with our money back guarantee.

Dental appliances, oral devices and lower jaw adjustment devices like the SnoreBuddy anti snore mouthpiece are acrylic and fit inside your mouth, much like an athletic mouth guard or orthodontic appliance.

The SnoreBuddy oral mouthpiece is a Mandibular Advancement Device that opens your airway by bringing your lower jaw forward during sleep.

While oral devices like the SnoreBuddy anti snore mouth guard are less cumbersome than a CPAP and relatively simple to use, they are only effective for mild to moderate sleep apnea.

But, SnoreBuddy is worth trying.  It is affordable and you have our money back guarantee if it does not help your snoring.  Buy your SnoreBuddy today.

Common CPAP Problems

CPAP treatment may cause side effects in some people. These side effects include a dry or stuffy nose, irritated skin on your face, sore eyes, and headaches. If your CPAP isn't properly adjusted, you may get stomach bloating and discomfort while wearing the mask.

If you're having trouble and are tired of CPAP side effects, work with your sleep specialist, his or her nursing staff, and the CPAP technician. Together, you can take steps to reduce these side effects. These steps include adjusting the CPAP settings or the size/fit of the mask, or adding moisture to the air as it flows through the mask. A nasal spray may relieve a dry, stuffy, or runny nose.

There are many different kinds of CPAP machines and masks. Be sure to tell your doctor if you're not happy with the type you're using. He or she may suggest switching to a different kind that may work better for you.

People who have severe sleep apnea symptoms generally feel much better once they begin treatment with CPAP.

If you are sick of CPAP treatment, it may be time to reevaluate your equipment and treatment options. You may find that a small change can make a big difference in the way you feel about your CPAP treatment.

Other CPAP Machine Alternatives

One of the most non-invasive CPAP sleep alternatives is positional therapy. Positional therapy is altering your sleeping position. This can be achieved using several methods, such as specially made shirts that force you to sleep on you side and foam wedges that put the patient on an incline. The goal of positional therapy is to reduce the effects of gravity on the tissue in the throat, thereby reducing the chance of the airway collapsing or becoming obstructed. Positional therapy is most effective when used to treat obstructive sleep apnea, as central sleep apnea is caused by the brain's inability to properly induce normal breathing. However, when used in conjunction with other treatments, positional therapy can aid in the treatment of central sleep apnea.

An alternative to CPAP is BiPAP. BiPAP stands for bi-level positive airway pressure, which is similar in that it creates positive airway pressure to aid you in breathing. However, BiPAP monitors when the you exhale, and reduces the positive pressure to ease your breathing further. This is equally as effective in treating obstructive and central as CPAP, and allows the comfort of easier exhalation when you are discomforted by the constant pressure that the CPAP administers. BiPAP is equally ineffective in the treatment of complex sleep apnea, however, and usually creates further complications in a similar manner as CPAP.

Another alternative is similar to BiPAP and is called ASV, or adaptive servo-ventilation. ASV is an experimental alternative to a CPAP and is currently being used primarily to treat complex sleep apnea. ASV calculates the patient's average breathing and then adjusts the pressure to match, normalizing erratic breathing by forcing the patient to ventilate steadily. ASV has been approved by the FDA, but is still considered to be an experimental method, as few if no results of treatment have been published in the scientific world.

One of the most dramatic alternatives is surgery. This can involve removal of excess tissue, located in the back of the throat, the base of the tongue, etc., as well as tonsillectomies and adenoidectomies. Surgery is usually performed with the intent of creating a larger airway and therefore less chance of obstruction.

Although a popular method of treatment has many viable alternatives, depending on the wants and needs of individual patients. Each alternative has its positive aspects and its drawbacks, each to be taken into consideration. Although various treatments can be quite effective, there isn't one solution that is for everyone, but the various alternatives are more than adequate to satisfy most patients.

Try SnoreBuddy

If you are serious about wanting to stop snoring and are sick and tired of your CPAP, then we encourage you to try a snoring relief device from SnoreBuddy. Snorebuddy helps up to 80% of snorers and offers a money back guarantee.

You have nothing to lose by trying SnoreBuddy!  Buy yours today.




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