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You are more likely to develop a snoring problem if you sleep on your back due to the distribution of weight around the neck and throat. As a result of increased pressure upon the respiratory system, the soft throat tissues, especially the soft palette are more likely to come in to contact, blocking the airflow through the respiratory system and producing the snore sound.
Worn at night a mandibular advancement device holds the jaw slightly forward and prevents the jaw and tongue falling back. This maintains an open airway and stops snoring.
As the Snorewizard has a breathing hole in the front it will not change the way you breathe.
Yes but if you have severe sleep apnoea please ask your Doctor first.
You do need enough teeth to hold the Snorewizard in place. If you wear you dentures in the night it will not be a problem.