Zquiet: Snoring Mouthpiece Device
The ZQuiet snoring mouthpiece is a device designed to eliminate or reduce snoring my moving the lower jaw a few millimeters forward. It is a one-piece, hinged design made from a thermoplastic elastomer.
While heat does make the material softer, it is not intended be used as other ‘boil and bite’ snoring mouth guards. Parts of the product can be trimmed in order to fit the teeth and mouth better.
|Hinged at mandible/maxilla junction for more flexibility. Available in two sizes. No adjustment settings available.||$79.95||View Website|
There are occasional coupons listed on the website for a discount off the second device. At the time of this publication, you can receive 50% of the second device.
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Zquiet vs. Other Snoring Mouthpieces: Zyppah, SnoreRX, Vital Sleep
The Zquiet snoring mouth guard is not adjustable. However, it is hinged which allows you to open your mouth with the device in place.
While there are benefits to having an adjustable device, having less moving pieces may be desirable to some are sensitive to ‘extra parts’. With less moving pieces, in theory, there are less areas that might break.
Despite the simplicity of the device, the ZQuiet night guard is expected to last less than a year.
The ZQuiet, like the other snoring devices, eliminates or reduces snoring in the same manner – by widening the airway with mandibular advancement.
The SnoreRX is adjustable and allows for a custom fit using boil and bite process.
The Zyppah has a unique tongue strap which reportedly reduces snoring using a secondary manner. It does not have a hinge that allow for mouth opening with the device in place.
The Vital Sleep snoring device is adjustable and requires a tool to adjust the device forward.
Should you buy the Zquiet?
There is no significant data comparing efficacy between snoring devices. This device, like many others, offers a guarantee. So, you could try the device for a period of time to see if it works for you to get rid of your snoring.
Of course, you should talk to your doctor and dentist before trying any treatment for snoring. Snoring may be a sign of a more serious sleep disorder called sleep apnea.
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