There are several types of stop-snoring devices available on the market, and you may be wondering which one is right for you. One type, called the mandibular advancement device, opens up the air passages by moving the lower jaw forward. Another type, called a tongue-retaining device, does not change the structure of the jaw. These devices can help you stop snoring for good.
When choosing a stop-snoring device, you must first identify what the underlying cause is. Only then should you purchase the device that will target that cause. There are many devices on the market today, but they only work if they target the underlying cause. Therefore, it is important to research and find the best one for your particular situation.
Snoring may be caused by a variety of different factors. One of the most common causes is sleep apnea, which causes repeated stops and starts in breathing. Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machines are ideal for treating sleep apnea. The underlying cause is a malfunction of the nerves in the brain that control breathing.
There are several types of stop-snoring devices on the market. Some have more advanced features and are more affordable. While some may be made of plastic, many are made from BPA-free materials and are FDA-approved. You may want to check with the manufacturer before buying a device.