Is Snoring Bad For Your Heart?

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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

Chronic snoring can cause all kinds of problems, not the least of which is disruptive to the sleep of the person lying awake next to you. But you might not think of snoring as a symptom of something more serious. Snoring is usually harmless and common in people due to things like sleep position and mouth anatomy, but it can also signal a serious health problem that can lead to heart disease. Read below to learn more about this condition called sleep apnea.

When snoring is not a symptom of sleep apnea, the CustMbite Snoring System is an easy-to-use, customizable, comfortable, affordable solution to the problem. For only $89.99, you could be free of your annoying snoring habit. But first, let's discuss what happens when snoring is a symptom of more serious problems.

Is snoring a sign of heart disease?

You may have heard or read somewhere that snoring and heart disease are related, and this is true. Loud snoring is one of the hallmark symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea, which is a condition in which the brain is signaled to partially awaken to signal the body to breathe. A loud gasping, choking, or other snorting sound follows, which is how the body fights the blockage enough to return to sleep. Between these interruptions, which can happen every 5 to 30 minutes throughout the night, snoring can be very loud.

Obstructive sleep apnea can cause serious strain on the heart. People with obstructive sleep apnea are more likely to have higher blood pressure and a higher risk of heart attack and stroke than other individuals.

If you're experiencing chronic snoring along with awakening with a dry mouth, having a headache in the morning, difficulty staying asleep, and excessive daytime sleepiness and irritability, you should consider seeing a doctor about doing a sleep study. If you have obstructive sleep apnea, there are certain measures that can be taken to prevent the apnea event and protect your heart.

If you don't have sleep apnea, but you do have chronic snoring, we can help with that.

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How can regular snoring be eliminated?

Dr. Michael Alvarez, founding member and past President of the American Association of Dental Sleep Medicine, designed the CustMbite Snoring System. It is completely designed and manufactured right here in the United States. Don't spend your money on ineffective snoring “solutions” that try to solve the snoring problem by moving your jaw forward. These so-called solutions are not only ineffective, but they can cause problems like TMJ disorder or a misaligned bite.

Instead, the CustMbite Snoring System focuses on the real problem — moving your tongue out of your airway, which is what causes snoring. The system is made up of two mouthguards that feature tori, which help gently move your tongue forward and down away from your airway. You can choose to wear the lower mouthguard, the upper mouthguard, or both — whichever is most effective and comfortable for you.

A Customizable, Comfortable, Affordable Snoring Solution

Once you're certain your snoring is not indicative of the more serious issue of sleep apnea, you can use the CustMbite Snoring System to stop snoring. It has been proven to reduce snoring by up to 50%. Order the best mouthguard for snoring online today and learn what a peaceful night's sleep is really like.

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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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