There are many anti snoring devices on the market and at minimum approximately 30 percent of the people in the USA have to cope with nightly snoring.  Sifting through your many options it can be difficult to determine what device actually works.  Often times reviews for anti-snoring devices can be less than helpful or make your search even more cluttered.  There are a few common devices that many people experiment with to combat their snoring problem.  These products include

  • Nasal Strips
  • Chin Straps
  • Snoring Mouthpieces

Snoring Mouthpiece

#1- Mouthpieces

Mouthpieces are commonly worn by people who are trying to prevent themselves from unknowingly grinding their teeth at night but they also offer assistance to people who have snoring problems. The basic concept behind a mouthpiece is very much the same as the Chin strap. The main difference being the mouth piece goes inside your mouth, and the chin strap is worn around your head. They both operate on the same principle that by moving your lower jaw the opening in your airway is greatly increased.

Many of these devices are affordable and widely available for many consumers. Some have better success than others depending on the cause of your snoring. It takes some trial and error, but you will find a solution that works best for you. If you find that none of these anti snoring devices have been effective in helping you cope with your snoring problem than it might be advisable to visit your physician to seek out other options.

If you think that a stop snoring mouthpiece might be helpful to you, Stop Snoring Consumer Reports has compared the top 3 products on the market to help you decide which one is most effective. You can read more about this at our stop snoring mouthpiece reviews.

#2- Nasal Strips


Nasal strips are the most accessible and perhaps the most common out of all the treatment options.  They are available at almost any drug store or pharmacy for purchase over the counter. They work by pulling the sides of your nostrils Anti Snoring Devicefurther from your septum to allow more air to pass through your nose.  This is effective at helping to reduce some of the vibrations caused by snoring.  Most nasal strips come equipped with a heavy duty adhesive on the bottom of the strip to allow it to stick.  The adhesive does not harm your skin though so might find that it is a bit irritating.  Nasal strips are also the most affordable solution, and aren’t very noticeable to the wearer.

#3- Chin Straps

Chin Strap
Though it may appear to be a bit comical on the outside Chin Straps are also one of the least useful products available for purchase.  Chin straps work by moving your lower jaw forward which creates additional space in your airway for the air to pass through.  With more space in your airway you are much less likely to experience in the vibrations in your soft tissue which cause snoring to occur.  Chin straps are intended to help you breath through your nose more easily, but they have the disadvantage of being somewhat bothersome and itchy at night initially.  Many users will report over time they become used to wearing this headgear at night and find it quite beneficial.  The positive side of these devices is that they are highly customizable and can be worn by just about anyone.  One of the most popular stop snoring chin straps on the market is known as My Snoring Solution.  You can read our review on this product and learn more about it by clicking here.