The 6 Best Anti-Snoring Devices of 2022

By Sarah Bradley, May 24, 2022

“In choosing an OTC product, it helps to understand if nasal congestion is a problem—people with nasal congestion are often congested by day, and worse at night,” says sleep specialist Alex Dimitriu, MD, founder of Menlo Park Psychiatry & Sleep Medicine. “They also mouth breathe, and sometimes wake up in the night with a really dry mouth, which is a sign of mouth breathing by night.”

Dr. Dimitriu explains that since mouth breathing at night, in particular, can worsen snoring, you need to find a way to open up your nasal passages if you want to snore less. As long as you don’t care about appearances, the Snorepin can do just that—and it’s a good alternative to nasal strips if you have sensitive skin or find that most nasal strips fall off or don’t fit correctly. 

Click HERE for the full article.

Facebook Comments