VitalSleep Snoring Mouthpiece

One of the most popular styles of anti snoring aids out there are mouthpieces that are designed to keep air flowing through your mouth.  The VitalSleep mouthpiece is one of the most popular snoring mouthpieces on the market right now because it works pretty well.

vitalsleepWhat it does is keeps your lower jaw pushed forward while helping to move your tongue out of the way in order to keep airflow unrestricted while you sleep.

Once you get it, you will first boil it and then bite into it so it molds to your teeth (one feature that you need to look for when shopping for a mouthpiece). Not everyones mouth is shaped the same so it’s pretty important.

Right now they are offering 2 mouthpieces for $59.95, which is a pretty good deal. You also get a 30 day money back guarantee, so it it doesn’t work you can send it back.

If you’re like me you like to read reviews, so I recommend checking out the VitalSleep reviews from the website www.snoringreview.com.

Also another note on this mouthpiece is they make 2 sizes, 1 for men and a smaller one that fits most women. They even give the option of ordering 1 of each.

Where To Buy: Vital Sleep Website

What Is Snoring

Have you ever wondered what snoring actually is? Sure we know it’s a loud noise people make while they sleep (or sometimes even while awake), but what is it exactly?

I checked out Wikipedia to see what it had to say. Here is what it said:

Snoring is the vibration of respiratory structures and the resulting sound, due to obstructed air movement during breathing while sleeping.

Snoring takes all kinds of forms, from extremely loud noises to a faint sound of air coming from the culprits mouth.

So what exactly causes it?

What Is SnoringWe know that snoring happens because of irregular airflow which is generally caused by a passageway blockage. Blockages usually occur for a few different reasons such as:

  • Excess fat around the throat (ie., the reason overweight people snore more)
  • A weak throat that closes while asleep
  • Obstructive sleep apnea (a very dangerous condition that you need to seek medical help for)
  • The nasal passageway blocked (often the culprit for snoring while sick)
  • A mispositioned jaw (one of the leading causes of snoring)
  • Relaxants that cause the throat muscles to relax (alcohol, drugs, smoke, etc)
  • Your tongue dropping to the back of your throat due to sleeping on your back

Now you know the causes, run through this list and see if any of these are the causes for your snoring condition. Don’t worry, most snoring can be cured or significantly improved.