Somni snore guard
on the 16th Mar 2017
Snore tests done. Chose this a it seemed a mid/low priced option (the most likely solution I have seen will be £160 from the dentist) 1st night miracle cure Somni guard worked great . I am used to wearing a mouth guard to stop me grinding my teeth so having something in my mouth was not that strange really. 2nd- 3 rd night I have a bit of a snore (evidently) I re shaped and had a quiet following night. Next night or so had a snore a little. My teeth then started to ache in a morning and it seems I am grinding again. I was hoping it would stop this but it hasn't. So I have had to abandon this device unfortunately. Grinding apart. Partial success with regular re moulding. But not for me it seems. A £30 failed experiment not the end of the world I suppose and cheap it it had worked.
find out your cause
on the 31st Dec 2014
Purely my own fault, I didn't look into the shape of my airway before purchasing this, and it does nothing for my snoring because its the wrong intervention for me, so my advice is, look at your own airway configuration and buy a product that will suit the reason for your snoring. Do your homework!
snore guard experience.
on the 7th Sep 2011
I recently bought snore guard using a friend in UK. I was at first expecting a ready to use devise but what come was a devise which I had to mould. The problem is that the moulding process instructions are not clear so had to watch a few video clips from you tube which also didnt help much as the video was done by unprofessional person. After much struggle i managed to mould it. I then asked my wife about ,my snoring if it has reduced, of which she agreed when is worn properly. But most times it doesnt prevent me from opening my mouth. There is need for better instructions.