I have tested a number of the best anti-snoring devices, including pillows, snoring mouthpieces, and chinstraps. I’ve tried most of the non-prescription methods (which are way more reasonably priced) and decided to list out the advantages and disadvantages for each.
I found a number of the devices worked to stop my snoring (at least partially), but after trying them all, I found my favorites. If find yourself lost, I think that these are a great place to start – otherwise, check out my stop snoring mouthpiece reviews page for the complete list of reviews.
Again, these were my preferred ones after my own two week testing period, so let me know if you have an unpleasant experience with any of them (and why) or if you have a great experience with an anti-snoring device not listed here. Join me in my search for the best anti-snoring device.
Currently, I use SnoreRx every night but have tried and evaluated both Zyppah and ZQuiet with good results particularly if my allergies are acting up (better for breathing). For a solution that is not a standard mouthpiece, see the review regarding Good Morning Snore Solution. I would also like to make an honorable mention of My Snoring Solution as an alternative ideal. Some people like this method because it is not a mouthpiece at all, but rather a chinstrap. See my experience in my My Snoring Solution review.
There are also complementary therapy products available. These are snoring aids that can be combined with a mouthpiece or TRD and will help your efforts to stop snoring. Nasal dilators, nasal strips, EPAP, wearables, and salt machines are some of these options.