Whenever we see a lot of interest in one of our topics, then we know it is about something that is really important to a lot of people. We have found that there is a keen interest in the problem of snoring. So we wanted to see if Theravent could be a solution for those where other products just aren’t working for them.
When looking for alternative snoring solutions for our readers to look at, we wanted to be careful not to just review ones that are similar to the types we have already covered. For example, previously we talked about SnoreRX. This device is a form of mouthguard. Now with Theravent the stop snoring approach is a different method. Here a small adhesive strip is applied just under the nose to keep the air passages open. In order to know if this is a concept that would really work then you need to know what is the cause of the snoring in the first place.
The company claims that Theravent has been clinically proven to reduce or even stop snoring. Results are supposed to be noticed on the first night when used. They are claiming their anti snoring product works because it is based on patented microvalve technology.
One of the biggest complaints that a lot of people have when trying different snore solutions is the inconvenience and discomfort that comes with using them. Some are bulky mouth guards that may work only because the user can hardly get to sleep in the first place so of course they aren’t snoring. Then there are some sprays that leave an after taste that is most unpleasant. Finally there may be an option for surgery, but not too many people are keen on this. The Theravent hype has made it clear that their product does not involve any of these other approaches to the snoring problem.
The one advantage to many of the other offered solutions is that once you buy the device then that is the end of your cost. With Theravent it is going to mean repeat purchases if it works for you. The Company is offering a 14 day trial period where you will pay only $4.50 for shipping and handling and you will receive a 14 day trial pack. You will automatically be enrolled in their 30 day quiet nights loyalty club and you will be shipped a 30 day supply for the cost of $27.49. This will re-occur monthly. If during the 14 day period you decide that Theravent is not for you then you must cancel your membership through their customer service.
Just like with any anti-snoring device you are going to have to learn how to use or position it properly according to directions, then remember to use it every night. If you are going to be away from home then don’t forget your Theravent.
A simple explanation of what causes snoring is the vibration of soft tissue in your head and neck.The muscles in the roof of your mouth as well as your throat and tongue shift into the relaxed mode as you begin to drift off to sleep. As they do this they can partially block your airway, and the tissues begin to vibrate. The more you relax the more they vibrate and the louder the snoring becomes. So it would seem to safe to say that if you can get enough air through your airway then this is going to help with the snoring problem. The Theravent has approached this by their device using a technology for creating a back pressure as the sleeper exhales through their nose.
Final Theravent Review
We finally decided to give the Theravent a Thumbs Up Review, when at first we were thinking of just rating it a try/buy. What changed our mind is the amount of positive feedback the product has received. It is highly unlikely that we will ever come across a simple anti-snoring product that works for absolutely everyone because each of us are unique.
If you are dealing with a snoring problem the first step is to talk to your Doctor about it, to rule out any other potential causes that may need medical intervention. Then discuss with your Doctor that you are going to try Theravent if this is your decision or any other corrective measure you may be contemplating. Also, try to determine if there are additional measures that you can take to help with your snoring issue like a change of lifestyle for example. It is believed that alcohol consumption, or even being over weight can contribute to the snoring problem.