VitalSleep Anti-Snoring Mouthpiece Review


When it comes to snoring remedies, MAD mouthpieces (also called mandibular advancement devices) are among the most effective. In fact, doctors often recommend MAD mouthpieces to patients who snore.

Some mandibular advancement devices will set you back hundreds of dollars. But with VitalSleep, you get a MAD mouthpiece that’s just as effective as those pricier models, but at a fraction of the cost.

Read on to learn why the VitalSleep Anti-Snoring Mouthpiece is such a popular snoring solution.


What Is the VitalSleep?

The VitalSleep is a MAD mouthpiece that can quickly alleviate your snoring problems. In fact, many users say they experienced positive results on the very first night they used the product.

The VitalSleep works no matter what position you sleep in. And it was created with comfort in mind. The mouthpiece has a sleek, low-profile design, so it won’t feel too bulky in your mouth. Also, the VitalSleep isn’t rigid or stiff. It has a flexible frame that allows you to move your jaw from side to side. You can even breathe through your mouth while using the mouthpiece.

The VitalSleep Anti-Snoring Mouthpiece is made in the USA. And it has been cleared by the FDA for the reduction of snoring.


How the VitalSleep Mouthpiece Works

Snoring is often caused by a narrow or obstructed airway. The VitalSleep advances your lower jaw, gently bringing it forward and holding it in that position. This opens up your airway so that you’ll breathe more freely. As a result, the frequency and severity of your snoring will be reduced.

How well does the VitalSleep work? Well, some users say they stopped snoring completely once they started using the mouthpiece.


More about the VitalSleep Anti-Snoring Mouthpiece

The VitalSleep is available in two different sizes. Men are encouraged to order the regular-sized VitalSleep. And the smaller size is recommended for women.

But you don’t have to worry about ordering the wrong size. If you aren’t happy with the size of your current VitalSleep, you can return it and get a replacement in a different size for free.

The VitalSleep …

Sleep Apnea In Children

Adults often assume that all children are healthy because they are still young, right? Well, you got wrong because kids can get sick too. It does not mean that their bodies are still young they’re also in great shape all the time. Kids can get sick too and they may also be guilty of some very unhealthy practices like most adults do. Blame it on the changing times and role models that do not really emulate healthy living, kids these days are more prone to different diseases because of our increasingly sedentary lifestyle. And if you think that sleep is the least of their worries, then you are also mistaken because kids also experience various sleep issues like everyone else.

The truth is that kids need to sleep the most, unlike most adults who can survive despite their changing sleeping patterns. They need it to fuel their growing bodies since they undergo rapid growth and development until they reach maturity. It is such a shame, though, for kids that have sleep apnea because their growth may be stunted and they will be left behind by their peers. It is their parent’s responsibility to get their children checked by sleep specialists because sleep apnea in children exists and they need treatment despite their age. Gone were the days when people still laughed about snoring, the most common symptom of sleep apnea, because we are now aware of its dangers.

Snoring, in and of itself, isn’t necessarily a problem, so long as the child is sleeping well and breathing comfortably during sleep. Snoring among children is fairly common. But if parents are listening to their children’s breathing patterns at night, and notice pauses in the breathing and choking noises, it could be a sign of sleep apnea. This sleep disorder tends to be more prevalent in overweight children, children who have large tonsils, or children whose family members have sleep apnea. Sleep apnea tends to be more common in teenagers and older children. If you suspect your child has sleep apnea, it’s something you should bring to the attention of your child’s

What Inspired YOU to Start Giving? Featured in #WomenWhoGive Giving Tuesday Series

I’m extremely honored to be featured in Giving Tuesday’s #WomenWhoGive campaign series. I hope that you will enjoy the article – I tried to be thoughtful in answering the interview questions.

Honestly, when I read the first questions, I sighed heavily.

“What inspired you to start giving?”

What inspired me? How could I answer this “nicely” when this is what came to mind:

  • I see myself screaming with rage in my car driving down Soldiers Field Road in Boston.
  • I hear myself muffling my sobs in the law school library bathroom after a hypnagogic hallucination.
  • I feel the knot in my stomach when “old friends” crack joke after joke about narcolepsy at my 5-year college reunion.

So I tried to be honest: “You could say, a low point in my life inspired me to start giving.” In addition, I offer some advice for others who are looking to start giving back. Read the article here. 

So I’m curious, what inspired YOU to start giving back to your community? Share below in the comments!

Thank you to Giving Tuesday for this incredible honor to be included among such inspiring women. Special thanks to Project Sleep board member, Ed Sweet for nominating me for this amazing opportunity to continue spreading the word about Project Sleep’s work!

About Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday is a global giving movement that harnesses the potential of social media and the generosity of people around the world to bring about real change in their communities; it provides a platform for them to encourage the donation of time, resources and talents to address local challenges. It also brings together the collective power of a unique blend of partners— nonprofits, civic organizations, businesses and corporations, as well as families and individuals—to encourage and amplify small acts of kindness. Learn more and get involved:

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SnoreDoc Mouthpiece Review

The best selling SnoreDoc Mouthpiece is one of the most affordable mandibular advancement devices you can find.

If you’ve been looking for a MAD mouthpiece to help alleviate your snoring, chances are you’ve heard about this economical solution. And there’s no denying that the price is pretty attractive.

But how does the SnoreDoc Mouthpiece stack up as a snoring solution? Let’s take a look.


What Is the SnoreDoc Mouthpiece?

The makers of the SnoreDoc Mouthpiece have been in business for nearly 8 years. In that time, they have helped just short of one million customers find relief from snoring. The company makes several anti-snoring products. But the SnoreDoc Mouthpiece seems to be their most popular item.

Snoring is caused by the vibrations that can result when your airway is obstructed. When you sleep, the soft tissues at the back of your throat can relax and partially block your airway.

The mouthpiece advances your jaw and holds it in that position as you sleep. This opens up your airway and eliminates the vibrations. And no vibrations equal no snoring.

The makers of the SnoreDoc Mouthpiece promise you’ll see positive results the very first night you use it. They also say the product can help to alleviate some of the symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea.


More about the SnoreDoc Mouthpiece

The SnoreDoc Mouthpiece is moldable. And the fitting process is fast and easy. In just a few minutes, you can custom-mold the mouthpiece so that it perfectly and comfortably fits your mouth.

The SnoreDoc Mouthpiece is lightweight and soft to the touch. It has a soft, rubber texture that makes it comfortable to wear throughout the night.

Compared to some of the other anti-snoring mouthpieces out there, the SnoreDoc Mouthpiece is pretty basic in make and design. But if your snoring is mild or moderate, a simple, no-frills mouthpiece might be all you need.


Pricing, Warranties and Shipping

Currently, you can get the SnoreDoc Mouthpiece for just $34.99. And shipping is free to US customers.

Every order comes with a 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee. If you’re not satisfied with your …

Sleep Apnea Predisposes The Elderly To Alzheimer’s Disease

Sleep apnea affects people of all ages although many can actually be seen in early childhood especially if the condition is caused by a congenital anomaly in the airway structure. Parents who are observant enough to their child’s sleeping habit can notice this early on and have them checked by a doctor but if left unattended, they will grow up with an undiagnosed sleep apnea that unknowingly impacts their health in a negative way over the years.  Snoring is a common symptom of sleep apnea although not all snorers have sleep apnea. It’s true we get annoyed at the loud snoring people to make but we lose sight of the danger their lives may be in because of a possible untreated disorder that literally endangers their lives and also compromises their health in the years to come.

It is common to see older people who snore in their sleep. The elderly already suffer from poor sleeping patterns and it is worsened by sleep apnea. And when left untreated, it can also predispose them to Alzheimer’s disease. Not only are your cells and brain continually deprived of oxygen in your sleep if you have this disorder, older people are also at higher risk of forming amyloid plaque in their brain, which is a significant indicator of Alzheimer’s disease among older people. The problem is that most people who are already in the twilight of their lives are not really aware they have sleep apnea. They simply dismiss their snoring as an annoying habit they have to live with like what older people did when they were younger.

If your sleep is continually disrupted by a condition called sleep apnea, you might face a higher chance of developing Alzheimer’s down the road.

So claims a new study that has linked sleep apnea with an increase in the development of amyloid plaque in the brain, a hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease.

The researchers found that the more serious the sleep apnea was, the more plaque accumulated.

“Sleep apnea is very common among the elderly, and many aren’t aware they have it,” said senior

Why is my Baby Such a Light Sleeper?

We’re all familiar with the idea that some people are naturally “light sleepers,” but when your baby is one of those individuals who wakes up at every little peep, it can force the whole house into a forced silence during every nap and bedtime.

In today’s video, I’ve got an explanation for this phenomenon and, believe it or not, a solution to the problem! I know, I know. It sounds too good to be true, but give it a try and see how it goes.

Rather read than watch? Click here.

Snorers Suffer from Nerve and Muscle Damage in Palate

People who snore may have extensive tissue damage in the nerves and muscles of the soft palate. This can in turn create problems with swallowing and contribute to development of sleep apnea, according to a new dissertation at Umeå University, Sweden, which also finds that treatment strategies aimed at early intervention to stop snoring might have beneficial effects in healing or preventing development of sleep apnea.

The reason why some develop sleep apnea is still unclear. Factors that are considered important are obesity, a small throat, neurological diseases, and hormonal disorders. But even those without that background have sleep apnea. The thesis shows that tissue damage in the soft palate also is an important factor that contributes to the development of sleep apnea and disturbances in swallowing function.

“The nerve and muscles injuries seem to contribute to the collapse of the upper airway during sleep. Most likely, the damage results from the recurrent snoring vibrations the tissues are exposed to,” says Farhan Shah, PhD student at the department of integrative medical biology at Umeå University, in a release.

In his dissertation, Shah reports a study where his research team has examined 8 patients who have been snoring for many years and 14 patients with snoring and sleep apnea. These have been compared to a control group of 18 non-snoring people. The subjects were examined overnight to detect sleep apnea. Disorders of the swallowing function were investigated with a video radiographic technique.

Tissue samples from the participants’ soft palate were analyzed to detect muscle and nerve lesions. The results showed that snorers and sleep apnea patients had extensive damage in both nerves and muscles. The damage was related to the degree of swallowing disorders and the severity of sleep apnea.

The nerves in the soft palate of snorers and sleep apnea patients showed fewer nerve fibers and supporting cells that help the nerve fibers survive and regenerate. The nerves also had increased connective tissue. In muscle analysis, one could see that a large number of muscle fibers in the soft palate showed changes reflecting loss of innervation due to nerve damage.

How Sleep Can Help You Lose Weight

People these days struggle with a lot of things. If there are two things they struggle on the most, it has to be about sleep and weight. People can obsess over these two things a lot because it is almost next to impossible to get quality sleep and maintain your ideal weight when the world is full of temptations that are meant to lure us into the easy life. Sad to say, though, that the easy and carefree life we thrive in does not necessarily help promote healthy living. Eating fast food, staying up all night and fidgeting with your smart devices, not exercising, all these things add up over time and result in weight problems. Now don’t be surprised why obesity is a major problem in the world when we do so little in ensuring our bodies are healthy and cared for every single day.

You don’t really have to starve yourself or spend long hours in the gym when simply sleeping better can actually help you shed off that excess weight. It may not be fast but it sure is effective. You see, sleep has powerful restorative properties that make us feel like we can take on the world if we only get the recommended 8 hours of sleep each night. Take note, sleep at night not just daytime sleep. Certain chemicals are released only at night that aid in sleep restoration that you miss out on if you pull off an all-nighter and decide to sleep the day after. If you are well-rested and get a decent sleep each night, you can easily do your tasks next day without having to rely on anything to boost your focus and concentration.

That extra sleep showed some real-world benefits that could help explain why lack of sleep is associated with obesity. The sleep-trained group ate an average of 176 fewer calories a day; in comparison, the control group ate only seven fewer calories every day. Best of all, those calories were cut from less healthy sources. Those who slept more cut ten grams of sugar from their diets every

Smart Nora Anti-Snoring Pillow Insert Review


If you’ve been snoring for a while, chances are you’ve tried at least one anti-snoring pillow. So you’ve got a pretty good idea how most of them work.

Well, Smart Nora is a whole new ballgame. Smart Nora does include an anti-snoring pillow insert that, for all intents and purposes, turns your pillow into an anti-snoring pillow. But it’s not like the traditional anti-snoring pillows you might have tried in the past.

Most snoring pillows work by holding your head in a particular position. This keeps your airway open so you’re less likely to snore.  But while these anti-snore pillows can work, being forced to sleep with your head in a specific position can also be pretty uncomfortable.

By comparison, Smart Nora works no matter where your head is on your pillow.

How? Read on to find out.


What Is Smart Nora?

Smart Nora is a safe, comfortable, noninvasive snoring solution.

Some snoring solutions work by waking you up. While being awake will certainly keep you from snoring, it won’t help you get much rest, especially if you’re woken up several times during the night.


On the other hand, Smart Nora stops you from snoring without waking you up. And it interrupts your snoring before it gets severe enough to disturb your partner.

As a result, everyone in your home will be able to sleep through the night…including you.


How Smart Nora Works

When you sleep, your throat muscles can relax, causing your airway to become narrow or obstructed. This can cause vibrations, which is the sound people hear when you snore.

The padded Smart Nora insert rests under your pillow. As soon as you start to snore, Smart Nora detects the sound. A quiet pump begins to inflate and deflate the pillow insert, slowly lifting and lowering your pillow. The gentle movement under your head stimulates your upper throat muscles, so your breathing returns to normal and you stop snoring.

This all happens without waking you up. And, once your snoring has stopped, Smart Nora deactivates.

With many anti-snoring pillows, you have to use the pillow …

Tech Solutions To Your Sleep Woes

Sleeping is fundamental to life. We can’t survive for long if we don’t sleep. And simply sleeping a few hours each day is not enough because our body needs more. We are not just even thinking about sleep length here, sleep quality is also a major issue along with the time at which you sleep. Simply sleeping during the day won’t do your health justice as it should be nighttime sleeping that is ideal for our good health. There are certain things that happen to your body that only takes place at night and you might miss out on if you don’t observe daily. Just remember that it is what nature designed for all of us. People back then had no issue about this because they did not have technology to mess up with their sleep.

They automatically drift off to dreamland at night and do what they go to do in life during the day.

Much has changed since then. We now have various technologies that we have virtually changed human lifestyle. You can now choose whether you want to be a day or night person and still be able to do most of the same things without any worries. That has significantly messed up our health. No wonder people die younger now and we easily succumb to more chronic, debilitating, and deadly diseases because of our lifestyle and the food we eat. But what if you can use the very thing that has turned your sleep upside down and use it to improve your sleep and eventually boost your health?

There are so many things that could go wrong when you’re sleeping with a robot. Your partner might freak out in a burst of 21st century jealousy. Or you could accidentally push the robot off the edge of the bed and smash it into a million pieces. In my case, the robot woke me up at 5AM saying “goodnight” in Dutch and started breathing.

I’m talking about Somnox, “the world’s first sleep robot,” as it’s been touted in pretty successful Kickstarter and Indiegogo campaigns. It’s actually more of