Shelburne, Vermont – ZQuiet, the leading snoring solutions brand, was honored with the accolade of “Best Anti-Snoring Mouthpiece – Most Comfortable” by the Sleep Foundation for the third consecutive year. Since 2008, ZQuiet has helped nearly two million people stop snoring with its patented anti-snoring solution.
ZQuiet’s anti-snoring mouthpiece is a mandibular advancement device with a patented living hinge design that has a low profile and universal fit for both men and women. It comes in two sizes for different degrees of jaw advancement. Depending on your bite and snoring severity, one advances the jaw just a little, and the other advances it a bit further. The ZQuiet Mouthpiece is made of a soft, medical-grade polymer for added comfort. It is FDA-cleared, BPA-free, and made in the United States.
“If you haven’t had much luck with boil-and-bite mouthpieces, the ZQuiet might be a more comfortable option. The automatic adjustment was a nice touch, and the hinged design gave more freedom of movement around the jaw,” Sleep Foundation lab testers noted.
In the United States, more than 90 million people suffer from snoring – with many more suffering from snoring noise. Snoring results from the tongue and soft palate becoming relaxed and partially blocking the airway. Common causes of snoring include age, alcohol consumption, being overweight, and sleep position.
Nearly 93% of ZQuiet customers succeed in treating snoring, allowing them, and their bed partner, to enjoy quiet, restful, snore-free nights.
Learn more at https://zquiet.com
ZQuiet was founded in 2008 by Dan and Trina Webster who, in collaboration with dental and medical experts, created the patented ZQuiet anti-snoring mouthpiece. It was an overnight success and is now the #1 anti-snoring device. Today, ZQuiet’s FDA-cleared mouthpiece has helped nearly two million people stop snoring, sleep better, and improve their relationships. The company has since gone on to produce an entire line of anti-snoring and noise-canceling products, including mouthpieces, earplugs, and nasal breathing aids.