Why Do People Start Snoring?

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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

Nearly half of all adults in the United States snore on a nightly basis. That's an incredible statistic, and it leaves the other half of adults suffering from the effects of sleeping with someone who snores. But why do people begin snoring in the first place, and what can be done to help them stop snoring? We'll look at factors that contribute to snoring, how snoring works, and the CustMbite Snoring System, which is a customizable, comfortable, and affordable device that helps people stop snoring.

What is snoring and what are the factors that contribute to snoring?

First, let's look at exactly what snoring is. The tongue is a muscle just like any other muscle in the body, and when you fall asleep, it relaxes just like the other muscles in the body. In some people, the base of the tongue muscle then falls to the back of the throat, partially blocking the airway. If enough of the airway is blocked, it will cause them to breathe harder, vibrating the tongue against the back of the throat, causing the sound that is called snoring.

This is the basic cause of snoring. Certain factors can exacerbate the tendency to snore, such as sleeping on your back, obesity, alcohol consumption, and others. The bottom line is, to stop snoring, the tongue must be moved out of the airway.

What is the best way to stop snoring?

There have been a plethora of products developed with the goal of addressing the snoring problem. Unfortunately, they are one-size-fits-all “solutions” that not only don't work, but that frequently cause more problems than they were meant to solve. That's because many of these devices cause the jaw to move forward, which doesn't get the tongue out of the airway. It can also cause issues like TMJ disorder and a misaligned bite.

Fortunately, Dr. Michael Alvarez, a founding member and past president of the American Association of Dental Sleep Medicine, came up with the CustMbite Snoring System, which directly addresses the issue of the tongue obstructing the airway. With his 40-plus years of experience, he knew what it would take to move the tongue, so he created it.

The CustMbite Snoring System consists of two mouthguards, an upper and a lower. You only need to wear one, but we provide two so you can wear the one that is the most comfortable and effective for you or even both at the same time. Each mouthguard features tori, which gently move your tongue forward and down while you sleep, keeping your airway clean and reducing your snoring by up to 50%.

The mouthguards are made of Secure Comfort Design material, which is customizable to your individual bite. If your bite changes, you can remold the guard so you don't have to pay for another CustMbite Snoring System. This flexible material creates a snug fit that is extremely comfortable to wear night after night.

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Where can I get the best stop-snoring system?

At $89.99, the CustMbite Snoring System is more affordable than many other snoring “solutions” that don't even work. Plus, you can purchase it at no risk because it comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee. The CustMbite Snoring System is created and manufactured 100% in the United States for your convenience. Order the best anti-snoring mouthguard online today and you won't care why people start snoring, because you no longer will!

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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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