AirSnore - product review
AirSnore is a mouthguard for snoring. This device is available in one size and fits all. People try to get rid of snoring with various uncomfortable devices or even surgery. AirSnore is marketed as an easy and painless way to stop snoring.
How to use? Instruction
AirSnore is used at bedtime. Preparation for use takes no more than 5-10 minutes. First you need to prepare a container of boiling water. There must be enough water to completely submerge the AirSnore in water. You will also need the same amount of cold water. The device should be immersed in boiling water for about 30 seconds to soften it. Gently shake off excess liquid and place in mouth. Place it however you want and grit your teeth with your fingers in front and on the sides so that the elastic fits well.
When inserting the device, the lower jaw must be in the frontal position. By keeping the lower teeth slightly in front of the upper teeth, the teeth can be perfectly inserted into the device. Hold it in your mouth for a minute or two. Pull it out when you hear the print was successful. Refrigerate in cold water until solid. Then get rid of the holder.
How does it work? Indications
Snoring is the vibration of soft tissue in the back of the mouth, nose, and throat. Snoring occurs when the airway becomes too narrow. As a result, the air passing through them encounters resistance, causing the soft tissues to vibrate. AirSnore opens its mouth slightly. By relaxing the jaw, it facilitates the passage of air. Air does not come into contact with soft tissues as air resistance decreases.
AirSnore also increases oxygen flow during breathing. By using the AirSnore in the recommended way, you will be able to widen your airways. With less air resistance and more oxygen flowing in with each breath, snoring stops.
The AirSnore anti-snoring mouthpiece is a basic product. Drops of the same company only provide additional sleep aid:
- AirSnore is most useful for people whose snoring problem is exacerbated by difficulty falling asleep.
- AirSnore Drops are also a good option for people with colds, flu, or chest infections that make it difficult for them to fall asleep.
- These painful conditions clog the sinuses, block the airway and interfere with breathing.