Paul Trethewey wrote:
Looking at your web site, one of your advertisers is "SnoreRx." It is a lower price alternative to the $2000+ dental devices. Do you have any experience with this? Can you recommend it? I'm willing to spend the 100 bucks to try it out, but not if someone tells me it didn't work for them.
I don't know about the SnoreRx for sure, but other devices like this are basically double mouth guards that they charge $50-100 for.
The dental devices that are more expensive are "titrated" for you (jaw advancement) and made of a much more durable material.
I can neither confirm or deny that it works.
The problem with these devices is that apnea isn't caused by just one thing. It can be small esophagus, small upper airway, large soft palate, large uvula, large tongue, recessed jaw, abdominal girth, large neck, neurological etc..... or a combination of them.
One of these devices would have to target your specific cause of apnea...
CPAP works on all of them....though neurological is trickier.
I'm usually highly skeptical of these, but they can, have, and do work for some people.
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