An Essential Resource for Users of Good Morning Snore Solution.
We recommend that you read these most commonly asked questions before purchasing the Good Morning Snore Solution mouthpiece and refer back to them as often as you wish. By doing so, you can make informed decisions on whether the Good Morning Snore Solution is right for you and achieve the best results with the mouthpiece.
Our 5-star customer care team is here to assist you if you have any questions regarding your Good Morning Snore Solution Mouthpiece.
Snoring is “the act of respiring through the open mouth so that the currents of inspired and expired air cause a vibration of the uvula and soft palate, thus giving rise to a sound more or less harsh.” Snoring is a common condition that can affect anyone, although it may be more frequent in men and people carrying extra weight; it also has a tendency to worsen as you age.
Occasional snoring is usually not very serious – it is mostly a nuisance for your bed partner. However, if you are a habitual snorer, you not only can impair the sleep patterns of those around you but your own, and that can lead to serious health problems.
Depending on the cause of your snoring, you can try to adjust your sleep position, reduce excess weight and decrease alcohol consumption; alternatively you may use an oral appliance in the form of mandibular repositioning devices, soft palate life devices and tongue retention or stabilization devices. Good Morning Snore Solution falls into the latter group as a tongue retention or stabilization device.
Note that during sleep, the tongue relaxes and blocks the oral airway. Thus, one way to treat snoring is to hold the tongue in a forward position, which helps by placing tension on the tongue to aid in the reduction of snoring as the Good Morning Snore Solution does.
When it comes to affordable stop snoring devices, people get two options: the mandibular advancement device and the tongue stabilizing device. Although these two options are both mouthpieces, they function quite differently
The mandibular advancement device is worn like a denture and stops snoring by moving the lower jaw forward to expand the air passage. Mandibular advancement can be very uncomfortable and lead to permanent changes to teeth and bite over time, requiring orthodontic treatment to correct.
Meanwhile the simplified tongue stabilization strategy of the Good Morning Snore Solution mouthpiece works by gently moving the tongue forward which helps by placing tension on the tongue to aid in the reduction of snoring. This method can be more effective and more comfortable for most users, have fewer potential side effects, and is significantly more affordable than typical methods.
Respected Calgary dentist and sleep researcher Dr. Leslie Dort (MSc, DDS, Dip ABDSM) is the original developer of the Good Morning Snore Solution mouthpiece. As part of her clinical practice and research at the University of Calgary, Dr. Dort saw potential for an alternative to the complex, uncomfortable and often expensive snoring solutions on the market. Looking at the mechanics of snoring holistically, she discovered an ingeniously simple but effective anti-snoring strategy — tongue stabilization – which is the central idea behind the Good Morning Snore Solution. Dr. Dort’s original mouthpiece prototypes were put through clinical safety and performance trials, and published in the peer review medical journal providing independent third party validation of the strength of the design. MPowrx, the company behind Good Morning Snore Solution has conducted focus groups with doctors and gathered data from users over many years to help refine the design and materials used in the manufacture of the mouthpiece, today.
Good Morning Snore Solution mouthpiece is a simple one-piece, non-custom oral appliance. The mouthpiece can be comfortably retained within the mouth while sleeping. The device has a flange that fits between the lips and teeth and a bulb with an aperture (opening) that holds the tongue. Once the bulb is squeezed to reduce the air volume, a vacuum is formed which keeps the tongue comfortably retained within the bulb. It is this forward retention of the tongue that helps keep the upper airways open, which in turn reduces snoring.
Yes, the FDA has cleared the Good Morning Snore for Over-The-Counter (OTC) Use, as an aid in the reduction of snoring.
In order to receive FDA Clearance, a product must be proven effective and must also undergo very strict safety testing. There are many anti-snoring devices sold online that are not cleared by the FDA, and there is no way to ensure that those products are effective or safe for consumers, or legal for sale.
The Good Morning Snore Solution Mouthpiece is made of a plastic resin commonly used in the fabrication of oral appliances. This resin has undergone ISO-certified medical device testing to confirm the material is safe for its intended use and has been cleared by the FDA for this purpose; the material is free of BPA and BHA. We cannot disclose the exact composition of our product as it is proprietary in nature so we hope that this explanation helps.
The Good Morning Snore Solution is produced in a world class ISO 9001 and 13485 certified facility in the Midwestern United States. All materials are sourced in the United States and the product is manufactured in accordance with the highest quality standards.
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You may also watch video reviews and read written testimonials from customers who have tried the Good Morning Snore Solution Mouthpiece, please see our reviews page - To understand if Good Morning Snore Solution is recommended for you please visit FAQ Section entitled “Your Health is Important – Is the Good More Snore Solution Right For You?”
We stand behind the Good Morning Snore Solution and are committed to your full satisfaction. While the Good Morning Snore Solution works for most people, we recognize that it does not work for everyone. If you are not completely satisfied, for any reason, you may take advantage of our 30-day satisfaction guarantee. Simply follow our Return Procedure.
When using the MPowRx™ Snoring Solution (Good Morning Snore Solution®) for the first time clean it thoroughly (See Cleaning and Care)
To remove the appliance, gently squeeze the bulb and remove tongue from the bulb.
It is recommended that you practice good oral hygiene every day and consider the following:
When using the Good Morning Snore Solution properly, your tongue will be positioned inside the bulb and the flange will ‘sit’ in front of your teeth/gums and behind your lips, and your tongue will protrude slightly past your lips (See photo above). This positioning serves to secure the device in place and the mouthpiece will suction the end of the tongue, pulling it forward to help clear the air passages. Your upper and lower front teeth should rest gently on the tongue itself, adding to the stabilization of your tongue in this forward position.
Every person is different, so the mouthpiece can have some variation for each user. Some may find that the device suctions too strongly and makes their tongue sore at first, while others might feel the device does not have enough suction to keep their tongue in the proper position all night. If suction seems too high, most will find adding a bit more air to the bulb during placement of the tongue to be more comfortable. If suction seems too low, we suggest adding a small dab of olive oil in the bulb to create a better seal. With a bit of adjustments, and time for the body to become used to the mouthpiece, most users reach what we call the “Goldilocks Zone” where everything is just right, and the Good Morning Snore Solution is both effective and comfortable enough for use all night, every night.
Typically, the adjustment period could take up to 4 weeks of consistent use. It is perfectly normal for your tongue, gums and mouth to feel moderately sore at first. This discomfort is much like getting used to braces or a retainer for the first time. However, it is not normal to experience severe, sharp, or ongoing pain. If you experience these problems discontinue use immediately and contact your health care professional.
Let your mouthpiece soak in a mixture of cold water and a certified cleaning solution for 10 minutes. After soaking, rinse with cold water and allow the mouthpiece to air dry before use.
Only use cold water and a certified cleaning solution – see “what is a certified cleaning solution”.
Do not heat, use harsh cleaners, or cut or trim your mouthpiece as this could make it unsafe for use and compromise its effectiveness.
Store the device at 15-30°C (59-86°F), in a dry place.
You may wish to use the Good Morning Snore Solution carrying case to store and travel with your device.
A certified cleaning solution includes anything approved for cleaning dentures, retainers or sports mouth guards. These products can be purchased at your local pharmacy, grocery store, and at most convenience stores. As an alternative, you can also use a mixture of toothpaste and cold water. With most cleaning products, the device should soak for at least ten minutes. Always use cold water. After soaking, rinse with cold water and allow the mouthpiece to air dry before use. Once dry, your Good Morning Snore Solution mouthpiece is clean and ready for your next sleep.
On average, the Expected Useful Life (EUL)of the Good Morning Snore Solution mouthpiece is one year. This EUL may vary, and depends on personal use and care for the device. You may wish to replace it earlier if you see signs of wear and tear or if you notice its effectiveness has diminished over time.
When you first start to use the Good Morning Snore Solution, you may have a period of adjustment to be able to get used to sleeping with the device – during this period, the device may fall out of your mouth during sleep. If this occurs, we recommend you practice wearing the device for a short periods (10-15 minutes) of time during the ‘awake’ hours. This way you can practice breathing and swallowing with the device, and adjusting the suction to find the right suction. Repeat this until you feel confident that you could retain the device in your mouth while you sleep. The adjustment period varies from person to person – some people get used to wearing the device right away and the device stays in place all night, while others may require up to 4 weeks to get completely comfortable using the device.
The Good Morning Snore Solution mouthpiece is intended for users who snore.
Instructions for Use will be delivered with the shipment of your products. Please review the Instructions for Use prior to the handling and use of the products and ensure that use of the products is strictly in accordance with the instructions and any warnings on the labels of the products.
Good Morning Snore Solution is not intended to be used by people who have sleep apnea, have severe respiratory disorders, have oral mucosal diseases that impact mucosal integrity (including tongue mucosa, conditions or abnormalities from infection or autoimmune disease, oral dryness (xerostomia), or mucosal abnormalities that may occur secondary to the use of medications, mucosal conditions and diseases that impact tongue mucosa (that may result in pain, discomfort, dryness and abrasion), have loose teeth, advanced periodontal disease, unhealthy gums, allergic to Ethyl Vinyl Acetate or Thermoplastic Elastomer. or are under 18 years of age
Breathing through the nose is required for proper function of the appliance. DO NOT use the Good Morning Snore Solution if nasal passages are blocked due to conditions such as cold or allergies.
As a precaution, please consider your medical history including history of asthma, breathing, respiratory disorders, or other relevant health problems prior to using the Good Morning Snore Solution. If you suspect you may have sleep apnea or see signs and symptoms that include witnessed breathing pauses during sleep, excessive daytime sleepiness, difficulty concentrating, morning headaches, sore throat upon awakening, restless sleep, gasping or choking at night, high blood pressure, chest pain at night, your snoring is so loud it's disrupting your partner’s sleep, please consult with your healthcare practitioner. We also recommend that you complete the STOP-Bang questionnaire to help determine your risk of sleep apnea before using Good Morning Snore Solution.
Use of the Good Morning Snore Solution may cause tooth movement or changes in dental occlusion,gingival or dental soreness, pain or soreness to the temporomandibular joint, obstruction of oral breathing, excessive salivation. If you should notice any of these signs, discontinue use of the appliance and consult your dentist and/or physician. People with orthodontic or other oral devices such as anti-teeth grinding appliances should consult their dentist before using the appliance.
Yes, users must be able to breathe through their nose when using the Good Morning Snore Solution mouthpiece. The mouthpiece may cause obstruction of oral breathing and may not be suitable for people who are ‘mouth breathers’, have chronic nasal congestion or, blockage or sinusitis. Good Morning Snore Solution should NOT be used by people who have severe respiratory disorders.
Yes. The Good Morning Snore Solution was developed to accommodate users with varying degrees of dentation. As the flange fits between your lips and gums, you can wear the mouthpiece with or without dentures.
The Good Morning Mouthpiece is a one-piece appliance that is significant in size and thus too large to swallow.
Some people may experience excessive saliva or a natural gag-reflex in response to wearing the device - it may take some practice to learn how to swallow with the mouthpiece in place. If you are overly sensitive to the excess saliva or have a persistent gag-reflex, discontinue use of the appliance
Do not trim, cut or heat the Good Morning Snore Solution as this may compromise the quality of the appliance and make it unsafe for use.
Replace the Good Morning Snore Solution immediately if the appliance is visibly damaged, ripped, torn or stretched as this could make the appliance unsafe for use.
YES, you MUST have healthy gums to use the Good Morning Snore Solution.
If you have sensitive gums, gum disease or medical conditions that make your gums more sensitive to touch then DO NOTuse the Good Morning Snore Solution.
If you do have healthy gums, you may experience some gum sensitivities (soreness, redness) when you first start using the good morning snore solution. If this gum sensitivity persists for more than a few days, STOP using the device immediately and contact our Customer Care Team who will assist you further with helpful tips or a return/refund.
Please be aware that your gum health may change over time as a result of aging, oral hygiene practices, illness, medications, allergies, infections and more. Thus, it is very important that you use good oral hygiene (regular flossing, brushing, dental checkups) and monitor your gum health regularly to assess whether you should continue to use the good morning snore solution over time.
If you have used the good morning snore solution successfully for months or even years, and suddenly develop gum sensitivities or more serious gum conditions (bleeding, ulceration, recession), STOP using the device immediately and consult with your doctor as this may indicate a newly introduced causative agent (chemicals, medications) or more serious medical condition that may be making your gums more sensitive to the device.
Below is a description of more serious gum conditions that you should be aware of as you consider using the good morning snore solution:
Gingival (gum) recession is characterized as periodontal atrophy and is typically multifactorial. Periodontal (gum) disease is the most common cause of recession, but malocclusion (teeth misaligned), genetics, trauma and iatrogenic factors (eg - drug interactions) have also been implicated. Recession typically progresses slowly and is often accompanied by gingival sensitivity (e.g. when eating or brushing) and temperature sensitivity in the affected teeth. Recession can be localized but is often seen in multiple areas. If a significant loss of attached tissue has occurred, intervention may be recommended by a dental professional. A thorough evaluation of the condition is performed to determine the severity of the condition and identify any causative factors. Treatment includes removal of the causative factor and, if the recession is severe enough, surgical intervention.
Gingival (gum) ulceration will typically present as a local phenomenon resulting from a physical irritant (e.g. a fractured tooth irritating the tongue or cheek). Once the irritant is removed, the tissues will usually heal without complication. Other causes of gingival ulceration are disease (e.g. erosive lichen planus, mucous membrane pemphigoid, etc.), chemical trauma (e.g. ASA applied locally to the tissues), systemic medications, infections, allergic reactions and cancer. Recurrent aphthous ulcers have an uncertain etiology, but have been associated with vitamin deficiencies, food or chemical sensitivities (e.g. sodium lauryl sulfate), minor injuries and stress. While painful, they typically run their course in 10-14 days. Treatment is typically palliative as they will usually heal without incident.
See Section Above called "Who Should Use the Good Morning Snore Solution" to help you determine if the good morning snore solution is right for you.
Our no-risk return policy means you can order the device, try it out, and if you’re not fully satisfied, return it for a full purchase price refund, excluding shipping/handling fees paid at time of purchase, and any accessory add ons purchased with your order of the Good Morning Snore Solution mouthpiece.
To make a return, simply notify us within 30 days of the date of delivery and ship the product back to us following these 3 easy steps:
Step 1: Send an email to email@example.com requesting your return, along with a brief description of your experience using the device. Please include the email address used at time of purchase, along with your order number,
Step 2 : Next, we will issue an Return Merchandise Authorization or “RMA” along with the address for the Returns Center closest to your geographic location. Please ensure your RMA is clearly displayed on the package before shipment so we can easily identify your package and give you the fastest return processing possible.
Step 3: Once we receive your return, we will issue a refund for the full purchase price of the device.
We strive to create the best customer experience possible in everything we do — including product returns. If you have any problem with your purchase or return, please contact us. We’re always here to help!
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