Blocked AirwayIn this M.R.I.* image, the tongue falls to the back of the airway as a person lies asleep. This blocks the airway, leading to Obstructive Sleep Apnea and /or snoring.
*Magnetic Resonance Imaging GE Signa Profile EXCITE 0.2T
Snoring occurs when the airway becomes partially blocked by the tongue falling to the back of the mouth during sleep.
To stop this the AVEOtsd gently pulls the tongue forward, stopping it falling back. This prevents the airway being obstructed, greatly reducing snoring and obstructive sleep apnea.
This is the new breed of anti-snoring device; one that is scientifically proven to work, is made of highest-grade materials and will not ruin your teeth.
By comparison, Mandibular Advancement Splints or MADs are a mouthguard-like device that pulls the bottom jaw forward to keep the airway open. They need to be fitted by an appropriate professional and have been linked to side-effects such as tooth movement and problems with the tempero-mandibular joint.
Now the answer to snoring is on the tip of your tongue!