Snoring Solutions - Mouthguard to Control Snoring
While snoring is often presented in sitcoms or movies as a humorous situation, those who snore or cohabitate with those who do understand that it’s not a laughing matter. Serious snoring can disrupt sleep patterns, both for the snorer and those who live with him or her. When simply sleeping on your side or trying any amount of wives’ tales remedies to reduce your snoring does not help, the dentists at Barrington Dental Care™ might be able to provide the solution to your problems.
Mouth guards for snoring look very much like athletic mouthpieces and are worn during the night. The point of a mouth guard for snoring is to keep the airway open so that snoring is either reduced or does not occur. The device itself is worn over both the upper and lower teeth and supports the lower jaw in a position that can eliminate snoring.
Having a mouth guard for snoring doesn’t just make life more bearable for those around the snorer; it also helps the snorer get more relaxed sleep. Snoring is indicative of problems had while breathing, and if the brain cannot get enough oxygen, the sleep is not as restful as it should be. If you snore and after a full night of sleep are still tired, a lot of it may have to do with the snoring itself. Mouth guards for snoring can help you correct this problem and get back with living a normal life, free from snoring, and rich with sleep!
Be sure to talk with the dentists at Barrington Dental Care™ regarding what kind of mouth guard for snoring is right for you. Depending on the severity of your problem, you might need different kinds of mouth guards to help combat the snoring. Mouth guards for snoring are fitted by dentists in a single, painless visit – so be sure to get a mouth guard today if you suspect that snoring might be ruining your rest time and the sleep of the ones you love.