More often than not, you snore because something’s blocking your airway.
Your tongue might move towards the back portion of your mouth while you sleep. Or the soft tissue at the back portion of your throat partially blocks your airway, causing you to snore.
Because of this partial blockage, air has to force its way through the narrow airway when breathing, resulting in that irritating snoring sound. It’s quite a common occurrence when you sleep on your back.
But the PureSleep Mouthpiece offers a simple yet effective solution to this age-old problem. As a Mandibular Advancement Device (MAD), it prevents airway blockage by gently pushing the lower jaw forward. This gentle pressure prevents both the tongue and soft tissue from blocking the air passage since they are attached to your jaw.
As a result, you’ll be able to breathe more easily with this device in place. You’ll be enjoying a snore-free sleep every time you use the PureSleep Mouthpiece.
Buyers these days are better informed when it comes to product safety. For instance, buyers are now careful not to buy products that may contain potentially harmful chemicals like Bisphenol A or BPA.
Thankfully, BPA exposure will never be an issue when using the PureSleep Mouthpiece as it is made from BPA-free plastic. The plastic is also latex-free, which means that even those with latex allergy can safely use this device.
The PureSleep mouthpiece initially arrives as a two-piece device that you have to assemble after you complete the customization process.
PureSleep has a simple fitting process called the “boil and bite” fitting method. First, you need to determine your type of bite--slight underbite, severe underbite, or overbite. Then, you assemble the mouthpiece based on this.
The next step is to soften the inner portion’s thermoplastic by placing it in boiling water. Once it is soft enough, bite into the mouthpiece to make an impression.
Since it is basically molded using your teeth and mouth as the model, you’re assured that the resulting fit is perfect for you. It also has air holes in the device designed for people who breathe through their mouths.
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