Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Good Morning Snore Solution

Please note:  This is an affiliated post.  I received the product for free to try.  Any links to this post may result in sales commission to me.  All of my opinions are my own.  I take my integrity seriously, and so should you.

I suffer with snoring and sleep apnea.  I've mostly solved this problem by using a CPAP machine, which forces air into my nose and mouth, keeping my passages open, and stopping snoring.  For the past 3 years, sleeping has not been a problem.

This works great, except for the fact that it's electric, it requires distilled water (which is surprisingly difficult to get in Europe) and it does make a slight noise.  It also is bulky to carry around.

I decided to try another solution, The Good Morning Snore Solution, because it is not any of those things.

a) Not electric.
b) Not bulky.
c) requires no distilled water,

The solution is a very small mouthpiece that uses suction to pull down your tongue.  By pulling down the tongue, the back passages of your mouth remain open and it becomes nearly impossible to snore.

The company has been in business since 2005.  The inventor of the mouthpiece is a Canadian dentist and sleep researcher.

It seemed like a smart idea, and if it worked for me, it would make a great travel way to prevent snoring.  And who knows, maybe not even have to always be cleaning my CPAP.

Sadly, I didn't get it to work properly.  I tried for 3 nights, and for 3 nights my wife kept on nudging me awake, and telling me that I was snoring.  I think I had it in properly.  But it's possible that my interior phsyiognomy doesn't work well with the device

To be fair, it does say it may take up to 6 weeks to get it right.  But I'm not sure my marriage could survive 6 weeks of experimentation.  At least, not when I have a solution that already works.  So I'm sticking to my CPAP.

If you don't have a solution that works, are single, or your wife is on an extended business trip, it is definitely worth giving it a try.  They offer a money-back guarantee if it doesn't work for you, the company has been accredited by the Better Business Bureau, and The USDA has cleared it as an okay device.  The device itself is BPA free. And costs in the neighborhood of $100.  (If you buy multiples, you get a big discount)  Each device is supposed to last about a year, I think)

To find out more, visit Good Morning Snore Solution on the internet.
(this link will result in a credit for me, if you end up buying.  Please don't feel any pressure to buy.  Only if it's right for you!)

Wishing you lots of good sleep!

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