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ZQuiet Anti-Snoring Mouthpiece Review

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ZQuiet is a anti-snoring device in the form of a mouthpiece. The ZQuiet mouthpiece has been clinically proven to help you stop snoring. This product has an incredible design and offers a soft and flexible living hinge that keeps your jaw forward at night while you sleep keeping your airways open. The living hinge allows you to naturally open and close your mouth while sleeping.

The ZQuiet helps people who snore by allowing you to breathe normal at night while you sleep. This is done with a oral mouthpiece that has a hinge allowing your jaw to move freely; at the same time, holding the lower jaw forward to allow maximum air flow to pass through your throat. The pliable material the ZQuiet mouthpiece is made from is a very comfortable fit. No hard edges digging into your gums.

ZQuiet claims a 94% success rate for the treatment of snoring with their oral appliance. The product was engineered to help you stop snoring and we agree that it will do just that. Very few products on the market today can claim they are FDA cleared, but the ZQuiet mouthpiece is not only a proven product, they offer a 30 day money back guarantee.

Delivery is a short 8-10 days and comes complete with handling instructions. You should disinfect your device daily, or after each use to prevent growth of harmful bacteria. A solution of warm water and mild dish soap will help keep the mouthpiece clean. The ZQuiet comes with a storage case to prevent damage while not in use. Using the case will also help the device keep its intended shape.

Clearly there are a lot of products on the market that claim to help you stop snoring. We like the ZQuiet anti-snoring mouthpiece and it is definitely one of the top products available. If you want to stop snoring, we give the ZQuiet two thumbs up!

One Response to “ZQuiet Anti-Snoring Mouthpiece Review”

  1. Margo Bridgers

    What about people who wear dentures, can they wear the mouth piece when they take their dentures out at night?

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