There are a number of conventional solutions to stop your snoring. If your snoring isn't OSA related, you can choose between mouthguards and nasal strips that work to correct your mouth or nasal passages. They help to stop relaxed tissues from vibrating because of airflow. If your snoring poses a health risk like paused breathing during the night, your physician might recommend that you use a CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) mask to provide constant airflow to improve oxygen intake. If neither of the less invasive options are a solution for you, then the ultimate option is surgery to help open your airways and reduce the potential for snoring. But what happens if you're not a severe case?
If you don't qualify as a serious or severe case, your only options are mouth guards, nasal strips and dilator straps. But these solutions can be frustrating to wear every night. These devices have been known to cause mouth pain, headaches, dry mouth, and excessive salivation. Doesn't sound too great right? Then you might be better served by the Clipple