Can Snoring Cause a Sore Throat?

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  • Better Sleep Quality
  • Easily Customized Fit To Your Teeth
  • No Uncomfortable Contraptions, Drugs or Surgery
  • Patented Design With Tori To Keep Your Tongue In Forward Position
  • Reduces Snoring By Up To 50%*
  • 65% More Comfortable Than Other Over-The-Counter Anti-Snoring Devices*

*Findings provided by a 3rd party research partner, BioSerenity Research

If you've woken up and wondered why you had a sore throat, snoring is definitely a possibility. It's hard to know if you snore if you don't have a sleep partner because no matter how loud you snore, you may not hear or remember hearing yourself snoring. If you don't currently have a viral infection like a common cold or influenza and you're still waking up with a sore throat, consider the possibility that you may be snoring.

To confirm your suspicions, you can download one of many apps available that assess your sleep. Many of these apps tell you if and how many times you snore during the night. If you do have some sort of inflammation of the throat caused by an infection or cold, snoring can make it worse, so it's to your benefit to stop snoring whether you're sick or healthy.

If you want to wake up without a sore throat due to snoring, it's time for you to try the CustMbite Snoring System. This comfortable, affordable, completely customizable anti-snoring mouthguard works like a charm to eliminate snoring by up to 50% — and the sore throat that comes along with it.

Why do I get a sore throat from snoring?

Because of the way snoring works, your tongue and throat spend a lot of time vibrating against one another. This can lead to inflammation of the throat, making it painful for the tissues to vibrate against each other all night long, especially if your throat is dry.

Snoring happens when your tongue, a muscle like any other in your body, relaxes as you sleep. This causes your tongue to partially block your airway, forcing you to breathe much harder to get an adequate air supply. This causes your tongue and throat to vibrate and make a noise that has been described as sawing logs, mowing hay, or calling the hogs — in a word, snoring.

There are ways to soothe your throat if snoring is causing soreness. You can suck on hard candy or throat lozenges, use a humidifier, or try a throat-numbing spray. The best way to cure your sore throat, however, is to cure your snoring problem.

So how do I stop snoring?

Dr. Michael Alvarez, a doctor of sleep medicine with more than 40 years of experience, has created the CustMbite Snoring System. This innovative anti-snoring mouthguard system is made up of an upper and lower mouthguard. You use the one that is most comfortable and effective for you. Each guard is custom-fit to your bite. This is the factor missing from so many of the anti-snoring “solutions” available, many of which actually try to move your jaw. This can cause problems like TMJ disorder or a misaligned bite.

The CustMbite Snoring System mouthguards feature tori, which gently move your tongue forward and down, out of the airway. That's how it stops the snoring. Because the mouthguards are made of our patented Secure Comfort Design material, they are especially comfortable and flexible, making them easy to wear each night. After all, an anti-snoring device that you leave on the counter every night won't work at all.

Where can I get the best anti-snoring device?

The CustMbite Snoring System is available for only $74.99, and it comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. That's how sure we are that it will work for you. In addition, if your bite ever changes, you don't need to purchase a new system — you can simply remold the CustMbite Snoring System to fit your new bite. Plus, the CustMbite Snoring System is designed and manufactured completely in the United States. Order the best anti-snoring device online today and say goodbye to your sore throat caused by snoring for good!

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The Secret to Relieving Snoring

CustMbite moves the tongue out of the airway without moving the jaw forward, resulting in a more simple and comfortable anti-snoring solution.

-The Tongue Moves Forward

-The Airways Open Up

-Snoring Is Virtually Eliminated Immediately!

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Tori bumps are placed to guide the tongue forward, keeping it out of the airway.


Placed to encourage the tongue to lift slightly, elevating it to help clear the airway.

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