SnoreRx Review

Can this Mouthpiece Really Improve Your Snoring?

Snoring. It’s a common problem — over half of adults snore at least occasionally. It can be loud enough to keep your partner from sleeping or wake them from a sound sleep, and it affects the snorer, too. Chronic snorers can suffer from headaches, daytime sleepiness, and depression, and the health risks of sleep apnea are even more severe, causing arrhythmia, gastric reflux, and strokes. 

If snoring is not caused by sleep apnea, it may be occasional, caused by a cold or allergies. It can also be the result of personal factors — your preferred sleeping position, smoking habits, or obesity. In all of these less serious (but still aggravating) cases of snoring, the sound occurs when your tongue or the soft tissues in your throat and mouth relax, cause a partial blockage of your airway. An airway that’s not fully open is harder to breathe through, and the relaxed tissues end up vibrating.

Fortunately, anti-snoring devices like SnoreRX may be able to help — if the SnoreRX reviews are to be believed, that is. 

There are two kinds of anti-snoring mouthpieces to help keep airways open for reduced snoring. Mandibular advancement devices (MAD) advance the jaw by millimeters to keep the relaxed tongue from blocking the throat, while tongue stabilizing devices (TSD) grip the tongue itself and keep it pulled forward slightly. SnoreRx falls into the MAD category, along with VitalSleep and other devices, and it’s fully customizable with the “boil and bite” method. It may be just what you’re looking for.

The SnoreRX Anti-Snoring Mouthpiece

Many people choose SnoreRX because, unlike with basic MADs, you can tailor it to your mouth. You could go to the dentist and have a custom mouthpiece made, but with SnoreRX you get similar results for far less. Customizing the mouthpiece to your bite and tooth pattern allows for a more comfortable fit and may reduce the discomfort users describe with other anti-snoring mouthpieces. Customization is a simple process:

  • Microwave a mug of water to a boil
  • Submerge the mouthpiece (with the fitting handle attached) for 60 seconds, to soften it precisely
  • Dip quickly in a bowl of cool water, just enough so it doesn’t burn your mouth
  • Center your teeth on the device (the word SQUEEZE should be facing up on either side)
  • Bite down firmly for 30 seconds to make the custom impression
  • Place the mouthpiece back into cool water for 5 minutes to set
  • The boil-and-bite process may be repeated once if you don’t see a clear impression of your teeth
  • Remove the fitting tray by pushing the handle off and you’re ready to use your SnoreRX  

The Pros of SnoreRX

In Snorex reviews, one of the biggest advantages mentioned is customization. Making an impression of your teeth is the first step, but SnoreRX goes further than that. Basic MAD mouthpieces move the jaw a set amount, but SnoreRX slides in 1mm increments, fine-tuning your fit. The maximum jaw advancement is 6mm. 

Although most users find 3-5mm to be the sweet spot, SnoreRX recommends starting at 1mm advancement, increasing 1mm at a time to find your fit. Try each setting for 3-5 nights before changing, allowing time for your jaw to fully adjust — a factor that may affect how well the device works. 

To adjust, simply squeeze the top tray at both sides with your right hand and slide the lower tray out (or back in) with your left. When you let go, SnoreRX will lock into position. Calibrating your jaw position allows for your precise angle to stop snoring.

SnoreRX is hypoallergenic, latex-free, and BPA-free, so you don’t need to worry about medical interactions. It’s FDA-approved and made of medical-grade copolymers. This design allows for jaw movement and mouth breathing, which is helpful when you’ve got a stuffy nose. 

You can clean your mouthpiece with a toothbrush and toothpaste — just like brushing your own teeth — to remove bacteria that may degrade it over time. Aseptic Guard, the cleaning solution SnoreRX recommends, is another maintenance option.

SnoreRX lasts longer than many other anti-snoring mouthpieces. Users have reported using the same mouthpiece for up to two years, though SnoreRX recommends a more conservative 9-11 months. Regardless, many MADs need replacing after just 4-6 months, making SnoreRX longer-lasting and more cost-effective than its counterparts. Note that if you grind your teeth or clench your jaw in your sleep, SnoreRX may degrade faster.

The Cons of SnoreRX

As with most MADs, some users complain of pain in their teeth and jaw with SnoreRX. The boil-and-bite customization and the 1mm increments are great features, but there may be soreness or pain in varied amounts for many users. You may find it bearable, or you may not, depending on your tolerance for pain and the way your particular teeth and jaw are aligned. Many users find the adjustment period well worth it once SnoreRX decreases or stops their snoring.

SnoreRX offers a 30-day money-back guarantee, so if you find the mouthpiece causes too much discomfort or fails to reduce your snoring, you can return it easily. A month is a shorter test period than some other MADs provide; however, this should be long enough to see if it works for you, and no user has reported trouble getting a refund.

Other common user complaints include:

  • Drooling (and increased saliva production in general)
  • Fuzzy tongue
  • Headaches
  • Dry mouth
  • Mouthpiece falling out

It should be noted that these are common with MADs in general, so your results may vary. Depending on the shape and size of your mouth, you may not be able to close your mouth completely while wearing SnoreRX, which some users dislike.

There are people who should not use SnoreRX or MADs in general. Avoid anti-snoring mouthpieces if you have:

  • Central sleep apnea
  • Temporomandibular disorder
  • Respiratory disorders
  • Gum or periodontal disease
  • Dentures or braces

Consult your doctor, as some breathing conditions may require CPAP, APAP, or BiPAP machines. Those with implants, crowns, or caps should also consult their dentist before using a MAD. 

Conclusions

If snoring is a problem for you or your partner, an anti-snoring mouthpiece may be the answer. SnoreRX is easily purchased online, has a money-back guarantee, and can be custom-fitted to your mouth. 

Since it lets you control how far your jaw advances, you have the best chance at finding the perfect degree of control — with less discomfort than other MADs might cause. Give it a try and see if it works for you.