Review of the Top 2 Tongue-Stabilization Devices (TSD) Review of the Top 2 Tongue-Stabilization Devices (TSD) - Good Morning Snore Solution

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October 31, 2022 3 min read

Tongue-Stabilization Devices (TSD) are an alternative to CPAPs and can help treat mild to moderate snoring. These devices are becoming increasingly popular, with their global market size projected to grow to $0.7 billion by 2027. That may have a lot to do with the fact that more adults are now overweight and older than ever. If you’re looking for a TSD for yourself or a loved one, here we review 2 of the most popular brands on the market.

What Is a Tongue Stabilizing Device (TSD)?

A TSD is a type of oral appliance used to treat snoring and sleep apnea. Oral appliances are medical devices placed inside the mouth to keep tissues in a protruded position. There are essentially two types of oral appliances on the market: mandibular advancement devices (MADs) and TSDs.

A TSD looks like a large pacifier and is placed over the tongue. Using suction, the device holds the tongue slightly beyond the lips. This helps prevent the back of the tongue from falling backward as you sleep, which can contribute to snoring and sleep apnea. 

TSDs are small, convenient, don’t require electricity, and don’t need to be custom-fitted. Compared to MADs, they can be worn by anyone, even by those with dentures. 

Top 2 Tongue-Stabilizing Devices in North America

TSD can be a great alternative for those who find CPAPs or MADs cumbersome or who want to treat mild and moderate snoring or sleep apnea. Here are the top 3 devices to choose from.

1. AVEOtsd

The AVEOtsd device was one of the first TSDs on the market. It was developed by Dr. Chris Robertson, a New Zealand specialist in dental sleep medicine. It took 15 years of clinical research to create AVEOtsd, which is now one of the most popular anti-snore solutions on the market. It is distributed in Canada via Ethics International, based in British Columbia.

The device is made from medical-grade silicone and is available in three different sizes. Its ISO 10993-1 silicone is soft, highly flexible, and relatively comfortable, so it shouldn’t irritate your gums and tongue. The device goes inside the mouth and over the tongue to hold it in place. With proper care, the device should easily last you a year, if not longer. It also comes with a convenient container for easy storage.


  • Relatively affordable
  • Available in three sizes
  • Clinically tested and FDA-approved
  • Made with medical-grade material


  • US customers need a prescription

You can order AVEOtsd  here.

2. Good Morning Snore Solution

The Good Morning Snore Solution mouthpiece was developed by Dr. Leslie Dort, a respected Calgary dentist and sleep researcher. The device is produced by Canada-based MPowrx, with manufacturing centers in the US.

The Good Morning Snore Solution was also clinically tested and is FDA-approved. The results of a double-blinded, placebo-controlled clinical study were compelling enough to be published in the peer-reviewed medical journalSleep and Breathing. The device was even chosen as the best tongue-stabilizing device in 2022 by the Sleep Foundation.

What’s unique about Good Morning Snore Solution is its shape and material. It is made with soft, PBA-free plastic and comes in two sizes, for adults and kids. It is shaped differently from other similar devices, being less bulky and much more comfortable. Unlike similar devices, this device holds only the tip of the tongue, which many users find much more tolerable. You can purchase one device or choose from one of several multi-packs. Customers can also ask for a carrying case, cleaner, cleaning bath, and saline nasal gel. 

You can order the  Good Morning Snore Solution mouthpiece  here


  • Sold with a 30-day, money-back guarantee
  • Made in the US
  • Available over the counter
  • Made from BPA-free soft plastic


  • You need to order the carrying case separately


Globe Newswire. Sleep Apnea Oral Appliances Market worth $0.7 billion by 2027 – Exclusive Report by MarketsandMarkets™. 2022 September.

Seeger-Zybok RK, Klingelhöfer D, Groneberg DA. Global Risk Factor Evaluation of Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Relation to Research Activity and Socioeconomic Factors. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2020;17(18):6785. Published 2020 Sep 17.doi:10.3390/ijerph17186785

AVEOtsd Clinical Papers. Accessed October 2022. Available from:

Dort L, Brant R. A randomized, controlled, crossover study of a noncustomized tongue retaining device for sleep disordered breathing.Sleep Breath. 2008;12(4):369-373.doi:10.1007/s11325-008-0187-5

Foley L. Best Anti-Snoring Mouthpieces and Mouthguards of 2022. Updated September 26, 2022.

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