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Snoreeze Oral Device

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Step by Step guide

Heat & Mould

Your first step is to heat the Snoreeze Oral Device and mould it to fit your teeth.

Adjust

Now that you’ve moulded your Snoreeze Oral Device, it’s time to adjust it to the correct setting for you.

Sleep

Once you have heated, moulded, and adjusted your Snoreeze Oral Device, it’s ready to use.

We hope this is the start of your journey to quieter, more refreshing sleep.

If it’s your first time using a mandibular advancement device like the Snoreeze Oral Device, there are a few things to be aware of.  Check out the expert advice below to make sure you know what to expect and how to get the most out of your Snoreeze Oral Device.

Expert Tips

Simon Higginbottom MSB CBiol, Technical Manager for Snoreeze gives us his top tips on sleeping with a Snoreeze Oral Device.

“It can take a few nights to get used to wearing an Oral Device. The key is to keep going! Here is my advice for making sure you know what to expect.”

  • If you sleep with your mouth open, you might wake up with a dry mouth. The design of the Snoreeze Oral Device means you can take a drink of water while wearing it if you need to. You could also try sleeping on your side to reduce the chance of your mouth falling open, or using Snoreeze Throat Spray before bed to lubricate the soft tissues at the back of your throat.
  • You might find that you salivate more than normal when you first use an Oral Device. This is common, as most people aren’t used to sleeping with something in their mouth. Things should go back to normal once your body gets used to the Oral Device.
  • Your teeth or jaw muscles may feel sensitive or tender when you wake up. You might also feel like your teeth are misaligned. This is just because your jaw is not used to being in such a forward position. This should go away within a few hours of removing your Oral Device and should greatly reduce over the first few weeks.
  • To get the best out of your Oral Device, you should make sure to take really good care of it. To keep your Snoreeze Oral Device in good condition you should clean it every day with cool water and a soft toothbrush and make sure to store it in the provided case.
  • My final tip is to remember why you are wearing the Oral Device. Although it might not feel natural or comfortable for the first few nights, you will soon get used to it. The cost of a few nights of mild discomfort are greatly outweighed by the benefits of the peaceful, healthy sleep you will enjoy when using the Snoreeze Oral Device.

If you have any questions about the Snoreeze Oral Device, please see our FAQ section.

Question

Would you like to take a brief questionnaire to see your sleep aponea risk levels?

Yes
No
Question One of Eight

Complete the following clinically approved screening questionnaire to find out if you are at risk of suffering from sleep apnoea.

Do you snore loudly? (Louder than talking, or loud enough to be heard through closed doors)

Yes
No
Question Two of Eight

Do you often feel tired, fatigued, or sleepy during daytime?

Yes
No
Question Three of Eight

Gender - Are you male?

Yes
No
Question Four of Eight

Has anyone observed you stop breathing during your sleep?

Yes
No
Question Five of Eight

Do you have or are you being treated for high blood pressure?

Yes
No
Question Six of Eight

Body Mass Index (BMI) more than 35?

Yes
No
Question Seven of Eight

Are you over the age of 50?

Yes
No
Question Eight of Eight

Is your neck circumference greater than: Male - 17" or 43cm? Female - 15" or 41cm?

Yes
No
Question Eight of Eight

You are at
risk of Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA).