Ripsnore is a moldable plastic mouthpiece that is designed to move your mandible forward so that your airway remains open and doesn’t reverberate against itself, causing the classic sounds we all recognize as snoring. Typically this is a pretty good method of going about tackling snoring, but it’s all about execution, and how well the mouthpiece fits in your mouth, and keeps your airway open.
Fixing your snoring problem should be on your to-do list, because it not only messes up your night, it can trickle over into the next day because you are not getting good sleep while you’re in bed. Good sleep is very important to your overall health, and it might have gotten to a point where you’ve gotten lousy sleep for so long that you just consider it the norm and don’t realize what you’re missing out on. Getting a handle on your snoring problem is step one, so lets see if this can help.
Ripsnore says you get finally get a good night’s sleep with their product and that you’ll wake up feeling rested and refreshed. They say that you won’t have to be embarrassed by your snoring problem any more, and that their product will help you get rid of snoring for good. They say they have a 98% proven success rate, which if accurate would be phenomenal for this industry.
If you have a snoring problem, you probably have a strong desire to end the problem. If you share your bed with someone they’re probably equally as eager to see you figure out a solution. This strong wanting is often used by companies to try to get you to buy their product. They know that you’re somewhat desperate for a fix, and will try to make their product irresistible to you because they know just what claims to make.
You end up getting two Ripsnore mouthpieces for $67 which includes shipping. They’ve got a 45 day guarantee in place, which sort of splits the difference between the typical 30 day or 60 day time periods most companies go with. This should still give you plenty of time to try it out and see if it works for you. They promise at least an 80% reduction in your snoring, which for many sufferers would be enough to keep from interfering with their sleep patterns.
You need to boil a pot of water and then place the unmolded piece into it to soften up the plastic. Then you place it into your mouth and bite down on it so that it gets an imprint of your teeth and stays in place better through the night.
Once you custom mold it for your mouth it’s simply a matter of putting it in right before you go to sleep and having it in your mouth the entire night.
Ripsnore can be hard to use when you are trying to get to sleep on your back because it ends up putting too much pressure on your teeth. It also produces a lot of saliva, the way that most mouthpieces do, and you might find that slobbering all over your pillow is just as undesirable and wakes you up just as much as snoring does. An outer snoring solution might be better. Stomach or side sleepers should have less trouble with it as far as putting pressure on the teeth, but would still have to deal with the excess salivation levels.
Final Ripsnore Review
Ripsnore has been shown to work for some, and might be a solution for you if you are a side or stomach sleeper. You should get into the mindset of running your own experiment process with all of these, because it’s a matter of finding what works for you. Each one will have it’s own group of people that say it works, as well as its share of detractors that say it doesn’t.
You’ll never find a snoring device that gets 100% positive feedback, and if you do, you should be suspicious. The reason is that there are just too many different sleeping styles, and too many levels of snoring problems that companies can’t manufacture a device that pleases everyone.
This should make it onto your list of anti-snore treatments to try. It makes a strong case for itself, especially when compared to other snoring devices out there that don’t have as many features, or are from companies that haven’t been around for very long.