Snore Wizard Anti Snoring Device with Protective Case
Acknowledged by sleep experts as one of the best ways to treat snoring and used by NHS sleep clinics across the country, the Snore Wizard has helped people combat this annoying habit, giving you and others a peaceful undisturbed sleep.
The SnoreWizard is a simple device that is designed to move the lower jaw slightly forward, it's a bit like a gum shield and it fits over the lower teeth with a small tab at the back and the upper teeth sit in a channel and there is a breathing hole. It is made out of soft plastic and comfortable to wear. Unlike hard plastic devices that have to be heated and moulded to your teeth shape, the Snore Wizard is made in a semi-soft plastic that fits to the shape of most people's jaws, as the front jaw profile does not vary greatly.
In most cases snoring is the sound made by vibrations of the soft palate and other tissue in the mouth, nose and throat caused by turbulence inside the airway when breathing in. The snoring or turbulence is caused by a partial blockage which can be located anywhere but more frequently at the soft palate near the back of the throat. This only usually occurs during sleep, when the muscles relax and there is insufficient muscle tone to stop the airway tissue from vibrating. During waking hours, muscle tone keeps the airway clear and that is why most people do not snore when they are awake.
Snoring is actually caused by forms of respiratory problems and ultimately the best solution is to find the cause of the respiratory issue and solve it but as a short term remedy there are devices that can help control snoring. Later on we can give you a few tips on how to reduce the risk of snoring as well as using a SnoreWizard. Not only does the person snoring have a bad night's sleep but so does the person forced to listen. If you can stop the snoring, both parties will have a better night's sleep and wake refreshed.
It is well documented that if you bring the lower jaw just a few millimetres forward in a large number of cases this can ease or stop snoring as the soft palate restriction is opened up. Some people have these devices specially made by dentists but these are expensive and time consuming. The Snore Wizard is a mandibular advancement device that is acknowledged by sleep experts as one of the best ways to treat snoring and is used and recommended by NHS sleep clinics around the country.
- Size: 12cm x 5cm x 9cm
- Weight: 80g
IMPORTANT: THE SNORE WIZARD IS NOT SUITABLE FOR THE FOLLOWING:
- Sufferers of severe sleep apnoea - mild sleep apnoea is OK.
- Those with breathing difficulties ie: severe asthma or epilepsy.
- Those with sensitive teeth loose teeth or prone to jaw ache.
- Anyone who has dentures and removes them at night.
- We need to strap on air as above that the Snore wizard is not a medical device and may not work on all people. Please check.
- 1 x Snore Wizard
- 1 x Protective Case
About the Brand
Fast Systems was established in 1983 to sell a range of high quality innovative consumer products. They pride themselves in excellent after sales service and high level of customer support.
The SnoreWizard is the latest addition to our range and we have helped the inventor design, develop and test the SnoreWizard so that we can confidently offer it to our customers knowing it meets our own exacting standards. Like all our products it comes with an unqualified 14 day money-back guarantee and we are proud that the SnoreWizard has been designed, developed and made in the UK.
Delivery and Returns
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We hope you like your purchase, however, if you are not entirely satisfied with any item, it can be sent back to us for a refund, provided it is returned within 14 days after delivery has been made (unless otherwise specified). Please click here for more information.
Tips for Snorers
Avoid sleeping on your back if you can – you are much more likely to snore in that position.
Cut down on alcohol in the evening – it makes you much more likely to snore; so do sleeping pills as the muscles relax more.
Try and sleep with your head slightly raised – you can do this by bunching up a pillow – the throat stays clearer that way.
- £2.99 P&P