Do Stop-Snoring Devices Really Work?

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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 are a chronic snorer, you've probably tried all kinds of crazy schemes to stop snoring. Maybe you've sewn tennis balls onto the back of your pajama shirt, gargled with garlic, or sucked on a pacifier. Maybe you've learned to play the didgeridoo or some other wind instrument to strengthen your throat muscles or used duct tape to close your mouth (that sounds kind of dangerous, doesn't it?). The point is, desperate people will try anything — even surgery — and the creators of ineffective stop-snoring devices are aware of this.

That's why one-size-fits-all solutions like nose strips, nose clips, and chin straps are so popular despite the fact that they are ineffective. These types of “solutions” usually rely on moving your jaw forward to open your airway. The trouble is, not only does this not work, but it can also cause serious issues like pain from TMJ disorder or a misaligned bite.

There are multiple types of snoring, such as nose, throat, and tongue-based snoring, so you need a device that can address all of these.

CustMbite has come up with a better solution. Dr. Michael Alvarez, a 40-year expert in the field of sleep medicine, has developed the CustMbite Snoring System, a simple yet highly technical mouthguard that puts all other snoring devices to bed. This comfortable, customizable, affordable mouthguard has been proven to reduce snoring by up to 50%. Continue reading to see how it works.

How does the best stop-snoring device work?

First, let's look at how snoring happens. The tongue is a muscle, and like other muscles, it relaxes when you fall asleep. That often causes it to fall back against the back of your throat, partially obstructing the airway. When you have to push harder to breathe, snoring occurs. This effect can be intensified by lying on your back to sleep or consuming alcoholic beverages before bed. So what's needed is to get the tongue out of the airway.

The CustMbite Snoring System does exactly that. The CustMbite Snoring System is a natural stop-snoring device that focuses on moving the tongue forward out of the airway rather than moving the entire jaw forward. The device consists of a lower and an upper mouthguard. You mold each one to fit your exact bite, and if your bite changes, you can remold them to fit your new bite. Then you try them both and use the one that is most comfortable and effective for you.

Both of the mouthguards feature tori, which gently push your tongue forward and down, freeing up your airway to breathe peacefully all night long. The tori on the lower mouthguard are on the interior and on the upper mouthguard, they are on the top. Either way, they work like a charm.

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Where can I get the best stop-snoring device?

Snoring devices can cost hundreds of dollars and you could waste your money trying numerous ones before you come to CustMbite and find the solution that actually works. Instead, try the USA-developed and manufactured CSS risk-free for 30 days. The CustMbite Snoring System only costs $74.99, but we have a guarantee: If it doesn't work great for you, you get your money back. Order the best stop-snoring device online today and experience the peaceful sleep you've always dreamed of.

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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.

MEET THE INVENTOR - Dr. Michael Alvarez