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March 20, 2017 2 min read

Ninety million — this is the estimated number of adult Americans affected by snoring. According to the National Sleep Foundation, the number is a mix of ages and genders, although men are most at risk than women. Of the 90 million, 37 million are affected on a regular basis. Aside from the fact that snoring is irritating to your partner, the noisy breathing during your sleep will also be disruptive to sack time. And disruptive sleep can seriously affect your concentration the next day and, in the long run, your health condition.

The good news is that a snoring solution exists. No, this is not an invasive and aggressive approach, like surgery to increase the size of your airway. This is also not an expensive type of treatment, like laser sessions that can correct the anatomic cause of snoring. And this is also not a drastic move, as in somnoplasty wherein parts of your soft palate are removed. This solution to snoring is actually pretty simple and, even better, clinically proven.

The Good Morning Snore Solution, a mouthpiece that uses tongue displacement technology, went through a randomized, crossover study a few years back. The clinical study was performed by a dental researcher from Calgary, Dr. Leslie Dort, for sleep disordered breathing.

Thirty-two patients were studied as they used the device for one week. Two devices were actually used: the Good Morning Snore solution and another one that didn’t feature a suction mechanism. The study used three standard industry measures of snoring to evaluate results, namely the Respiratory Disturbance Index (RDI), Snoring Index, and Epworth Sleepiness Scale (ESS).

The RDI measures the number of sleep disturbances; Snoring Index (SI) measures the average number of snores every hour, and the ESS measures the sleep propensity during the day.

The results of the study revealed that Good Morning Snore Solution reduced SI by 40 percent while 34 percent of the subjects showed 50 percent reduction in RDI. Overall, the randomized, controlled and crossover clinical study proved that using the anti-snoring mouth guard significantly improves snoring. So much so, in fact, that 70 percent of the subjects wanted to go on using the Snore Solution. Not only did it help them with their snoring but also it improved their daytime sleepiness.

The Good Morning Snore Solution has not only been clinically proven but this affordable anti-snoring device is also BPA-free and cleared by the FDA and by Health Canada. This means that it is safe to use, even in the long-term.

So are you one of the 90 million people affected by snoring? Well, cheer up. Check out the Snore Solution — and you will soon experience a quiet night’s sleep.



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