How Snorefighter Works
For a snorer with mild or moderate obstructive sleep apnea, the American Academy of Family Physicians recommends that he/she uses an oral anti-snoring device to stop snoring to improve the symptoms.
An oral anti-snoring device (oral anti-snoring mouthpiece) widens the upper airway by lifting your lower jaw (mandible) and tongue slightly forward so that air isn't forced through such a narrow opening.
During this simple test, you will immediately find the Kudo Snorefighter will work for you.
- 1. Close your mouth and try to snore. You can easily make some "ZZZZZZ";
- 2. Close your mouth and move your lower jaw slightly forward to line up the upper and lower teeth. Then try to snore as hard as you can. It is nearly impossible to snore in this forward position.