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Throat Airway Obstruction Snoring

Do you snore from the back of your throat?

The Slumber Guard Anti-snoring Device is best described as a double-sided mouthguard that holds the lower jaw in a forward position during sleep.

It looks similar to a sports mouthguard in the fact that is is made of the same kind of boil & mold material.

The difference is that a regular sports mouthguard is only the top half where a mandibular advancement device is the top and the bottom half - and it is specially designed to anchor the lower jaw in a forward position during sleep with the front teeth sitting flush in the device.

This in turn pulls the tongue slightly forward - just enough to keep it away from the back of the throat and soft palate, restoring snore-free breathing.

There are many types of mandibular advancement devices on the market ranging from AUD$70 - $1,500.

The Slumber Guard Anti-snoring Device is the only product of its kind to be sold in pharmacies across Australia for only AUD$29.95

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3 Important things to note...

1) Anchor the device with your rear teeth - not your front teeth.

Even though the Slumber Guard Device looks like a sports mouthguard - you do not set it like one.  With a sports mouthguard you would pack all the material across your front teeth in order to protect them.

With a Slumber Guard Device the anchoring point is between the rear teeth.  The rear teeth are stronger than the front teeth. 

If you set the device solely against your front teeth, then you may experience some soreness within 24 hours.  This would indicate that the device has been set incorrectly as it should be comfortably fitted and not induce soreness.

2) Keep your neck straight.

It is not recommended that you sleep in a position that will aggravate your snoring symptoms.  This means to say that you should not sleep with your neck curled over.

One of the reasons why people who sleep flat on their back snore is because they sleep with a large pillow behind their heads, and with their neck curled over forwards.

Sleep with a Slumber Guard Posture Pillow or a smaller pillow that can help keep your neck straight.

3) It takes 4 nights to get used to using a Slumber Guard Anti-snoring Device.

It is crucial to understand that there is no easy fix to snoring.  Everything can take some getting used to.  A Slumber Guard Anti-snoring Device will produce immediate results - but it does take time to get used to sleeping with it in your mouth.

After 4 nights most customers find that there is a distinct improvement in the quality of their sleep and that symptoms of mild sleep apnea have been reduced.

This means that by the 5th day they find that they have stronger concerntration levels throughout the day and that they are less tired between 3pm - 5pm in the afternoon.

Some users also find that their daily intake of sugar and caffeine can be reduced as they no longer need to rely on stimulants in order to get through the day due to their better quality of sleep.

Click here to take the Slumber Guard Test



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