Dozens of anti-snoring devices crowd the market, ranging from slightly absurd to moderately torturous, reports NPR.
There are also chin straps aimed at repositioning your jaw in a way that opens the airway. They might work for some, says Dr. Richard Schwab, director the Pennsylvania Sleep Center. But one chinstrap on the market covers the wearer’s entire mouth. “A terrible idea!” says Schwab. “You should never cover your mouth — you could choke.”
It is only fair to give time (press) to the treatment modalities that do work to treat snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnea. That way the public will know there is help out there for them. Thank you.