The uniqueness of the SnoreMeds Stop Snoring Mouthpiece

how it works

SnoreMeds has been specifically designed to comfortably support the lower jaw in a forward position. By repositioning the lower jaw by 0.1 inches, it opens up the airway sufficiently to allow the airflow to flow unobstructed during our sleep

why do i snore

Snoring is caused by a partial blockage of the upper airway behind the tongue.  When we’re awake, our breathing is unobstructed as our body consciously keeps our upper airway open. But when we’re asleep, the muscles around our airway relax, and the airway often becomes narrower. For most people who snore, air rushing through the narrowed opening causes the soft tissue in this part of the upper airway to vibrate, making the sound of ‘snoring’

why snoremeds

safe and guaranteed to work

easy to fit

safe and simple to wear


designed for men and women

not for use with dentures

Snoring Test - will SnoreMeds work?

Snoring occurs when air cannot move freely through your nose or throat.  A large majority of snoring sufferers are tongue based snorers. Anti-snoring mouthpieces are the recommended choice for this type of snoring. Try the simple test below to establish what type of snorer are you?

Snoring Test
Breathe in deeply pushing the air to the back of your throat as if you are snoring.
You will probably find there is movement or vibration of tissue that could restrict your airway
Move your lower jaw forward.
Breathe in deeply again.  If the vibration is reduced, and the air flows freely then a SnoreMeds anti-snoring mouthpiece will stop you from Snoring.

Quality Sleep for a productive day

Do you want to have an active day, be productive and feel happy? Quality Sleep might be all it takes. Sleep is the time when your body repairs, it benefits your heart, weight and mood. Adults need on average 8 hours of quality sleep a night.

Quality sleep to improve your memory

Don’t think your mind is not active while you sleep. During sleep you practise certain skills that you have learnt during the day, like a language you are learning, or golf swing. Good quality sleep might be all you need to boost your memory and remember things that much better.

Improve your quality of life and live longer

Sleep for between six to nine hours a night and you will live a healthier, happier and longer life. Sleep deprivation is associated with a variety of health conditions from heart disease to depression.  Besides who doesn’t feel energised and in a good mood after a quality night of sleep.

Sleep is a winner

All athletes know if they want to increase their performance they have to get a good nights sleep. A study at Stanford University by Cheri Mah added an additional 2 hours to elite athletes sleep. The research showed increased focus, speed and overall game performance. So if you want a better time on your race add an additional bit of sleep time.