“The other half is the Snore-No-More, which I'd purchased first. That product reduced my snoring by opening my nasal airways – but I was still snoring (albeit with a lower volume) through my mouth. I also subjected my poor fiancée to obscenely loud lip-smacking, for which none of the Xerostomia products had helped.I'd already tested the *Tomed* Somni SnoreGuard, and found it uncomfortable, relatively ineffective, and prone to falling out during the night. But the idea of *this* version appealed to me – keeping the mouth shut (instead of rea
ligning the jaw), I thought it might alleviate the lip-smacking as well as the oral snoring.Fortunately, this is exactly what happened. The device was much easier to prepare compared to its tomed cousins (and also with great thanks to the video here on britishsnoring.co.uk). It was a tad uncomfortable at first, and letting it rest behind the lips but in front of the gums was an odd feeling to get used to. To be honest, I couldn't really believe it would work – and I'm still not sure how it does. All I know is that it certainly is working, and my snoring and lip-smacking days are gone.Well, almost... Neither this product, nor the Snore-No-More, can be used if you are suffering from a cold – they don't allow for coughs or runny noses. You will avoid yourself a lot of pain if you just don't use them if and when you catch the bug – and you'll save your partner a great deal of aggro if you politely remove yourself to a separate bedroom until the virus is out of your system.But that aside, this and the Snore-No-More have given me that all-elusive thing: a cure for snoring!