A cost-effective method to combat snoring with a comfortable fit. Tested by the SleepPro Easifit, If you are looking for something that is highly practical, easy to adjust and offers a snug fit, SleepTight is ideal. Use it before you go to bed and prepare for a snoring-free night.
An adjustment period can expect while your mouth gets used to your SleepTight Mouthpiece. This is the case with any mandibular advancement device (MAD), not just this snoring mouthpiece. Some expect to put one in and not even realize it’s there. Then, they are disappointed when their jaw is a little sore. If you know what to expect later expectations can be a bit more realistic.
The first thing you will likely experience is drooling. It is very common to experience excessive salivation the first few nights. This will typically improve quite quickly. When you place a foreign object in your mouth, your brain thinks it is food and sends the signal to produce saliva to help chew, swallow, and digest. After it learns that this device is not food, the messages won’t be so persistent. Some people prefer to sleep with a towel under their head the first few nights, so their pillowcase doesn’t get soaked.
Soreness can expect, too. Your mouth needs to get used to it being in a different position all night. If you have worked a specific muscle that you not used to use, then you know how sore it feels. This is what happens when the muscles in your mouth are engaged overnight. That said, although soreness expected, if you experience severe pain in your jaw or TMJ discontinue use and talk with your medical care provider.