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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

The odds are, you or someone you know is a snorer. That's because 57% of adult men and 40% of adult women snore, not to mention 10% of children. Many people disregard snoring as an annoyance; a normal, yet noisy part of life that you can't do anything about. However, snoring can lead to some pretty negative side effects, including poor sleep quality, heart abnormalities, chronic headaches, and mental health issues. Even minor inconveniences like dry mouth and a sore throat can be caused by snoring. Obviously, if you or your sleep partner (or both) are a snorer, you should see what you can do to solve the problem.

Fortunately, CustMbite has come up with the solution. The CustMbite Snoring System is a comfortable, customizable, and affordable anti-snore mouthguard that reduces snoring by up to 50%. That can make a big difference in your and your sleep partner's lives.

Why do some people snore?

If you want a philosophical answer, about 70% of people who snore have inherited the trait, so they snore because their parents or grandparents snored. That may be interesting, but it's not very helpful in understanding how to solve the problem.

A more practical answer is that the tongue is a muscle, and like every other muscle in the body, it relaxes when you fall asleep. At that time, the base of the tongue can fall to the back of the throat, partially blocking the airway. This forces you to breathe harder through the constricted airway and there you are, snoring the night away.

There are certain factors that can intensify the effect of the tongue falling to the back of your throat, such as consuming alcoholic beverages before bed, sleeping on your back, obesity, and others. Basically, the most important thing you must do to stop snoring is get the tongue out of the way — the airway, specifically.

How can the anti-snore mouthguard prevent me from snoring?

There are a number of products on the market that claim to prevent snoring. A lot of them focus on moving the jaw forward to clear your airway. Not only are these completely ineffective, but they can actually cause harmful effects like TMJ disorder or a misaligned bite.

The CustMbite Snoring System works on a different level. It consists of two mouthguards, one for the top and one for the bottom. Each stop-snore mouthguard is customized, by you, to fit your exact bite. This only takes a few minutes and the Secure Comfort Design material makes the snoring guard especially comfortable with a nice, snug fit.

Each snore mouthguard features tori, which gently push your tongue forward and down, moving it out of the airway, thus keeping you from snoring. You can use either the top or the bottom guard — whichever one is most comfortable and most effective for you. If you're not sure which is most effective, ask your sleep partner. They are sure to know.

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Where can I get the best anti-snore mouthguard?

The CustMbite Snoring System, developed by dental sleep medicine specialist Dr. Michael Alvarez, is designed and manufactured right in the United States. It only costs $74.99 and comes with a satisfaction guarantee, so if you decide within 30 days of buying it that it's not working for you, you get a full refund. Order the best stop-snore mouthguard online today to reduce the harmful effects caused by chronic snoring!

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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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