How Does Snore Ender Compare to the Competition?

 

To create the most effective anti-snoring device Good Life® conducted comparative research between our invention and other snore control products on the market. We were shocked to discover most anti-snoring equipment was awkward, unpleasant and required time and effort from the customer. Sleeping should be a relaxing and enjoyable experience rather than something you need to “train” for with tongue exercises, tranquilizers or mouth guards. We at Good Life® understand snoring is a serious medical and social condition, but it shouldn’t have to be frustrating to manage.

More than 300 snore curing devices are registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Our findings confirm that most anti-snoring products are not user-friendly and don’t live up to the success of the Snore Ender™. Here is what is currently available: 

  • Long-term programs that require following workbooks, videos and mouth exercises to slowly eradicate snoring. If you forget to do the exercise or don’t have time, you turn back the clock. If you don’t follow the program perfectly you turn back the clock. Even training your tongue to stay at the roof of your mouth while you sleep can have negative side-effects like developing a crooked bite from your tongue thrusting against the back of your teeth.

  • Sleeping pills and tranquilizers. These sleep-inducers are contraindicative since they relax your muscles. The single most cause of snoring is when the tongue and throat muscles relax and the tongue falls to the back of the mouth obstructing the free flow of air between the back of the mouth and nose. Medicinal treatment can also have negative or dangerous side effects depending on your health.

  • Nasal devices. Shoving a rubber or plastic device up your nose can be more deterring than helpful if you have a stuffy or runny nose. The pressure created from the device pinching inside both nostrils may make it difficult to fall asleep.

  • Topical gels and creams. These substances can be messy and smelly and make sleeping uncomfortable. No one wants to inhale or absorb chemicals when it can be avoided.

  • Surgery on the throat, mouth and nasal areas. Unless you have a serious snoring condition like obstructive sleep apnea, surgery is an extremely risky and costly option.

  • Mouth and tongue guards. These devices can increase saliva build up and cause you to drool. They also have a tendency to be extremely uncomfortable and socially unacceptable. Mouth accessories especially can require extra effort in fitting and could possibly deteriorate oral health.

  • Pillows that are supposed to correct head posture. Trying to sleep in an uncomfortable position sometimes makes the night worse than when you snore. It is impractical to carry around a pillow everywhere you go to hotels and camping. Plus a pillow does not guarantee 100 percent effectiveness.

  • Mouth and nasal sprays. These contain unnatural substances and involve digesting medicinal treatments that may cause allergic reactions.

  • Different body postures. Things like sleeping on your side and tilting your head up may help, but it’s difficult to deliberately maintain a body position while unconscious. To fully eliminate snoring, you need something more reliable and permanent.

  • Chin and mouth strips. These adhesive materials can cause skin irritation, are uncomfortable and visually displeasing.
     

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