Prices of anti snore products



Prices of anti snore products

Costs of snoring treatments (cost compairison)



No Snoring More Air device (spreader)

First order of 4 different sizes USD 17.75 lasting more than 12 months each at least.


Nose strips

With 28 of these strips costing approximately $14, a year’s supply can cost at least $182. Assuming that the strips are correctly placed. If you do not place the strip in exactly the right location on the nose, you have to remove it and try again. This can result in not only chronic irritation of the skin but also many wasted nasal strips, making the yearly cost even higher. Nasal strips also contain latex which can cause allergic reactions that range from skin irritation to life-threatening anaphylactic shock.


Mouth pieces

There is a completely non-invasive option to surgery – the anti snoring mouthpiece. When blocked nasal passages result in snoring the main culprit is the tongue falling back against the palate and uvula. This blocks the airflow and makes the tissues vibrate which results in the noise we call snoring. By using a snoring mouthpiece, the lower jaw is repositioned forward during sleep which in turn keeps the tongue from falling against the palate and uvula.

There are over 100 snoring mouthpieces on the market, most of which are a one-size-fits-all solution that are not effective for all the variations in bite or jaw anatomy. To completely and comfortably stop snoring, the mouth piece should be customized to fit your unique bite and jaw anatomy. The mouthpiece should also be adjustable so that it moves your lower jaw forward in small increments to find the best opening of the airway. The whole procedure easily costs USD 750-1000,-



CPAP, or continuous positive airway pressure, is a treatment that uses mild air pressure to keep the airways open. CPAP typically is used by people who have breathing problems, such as sleep apnea.

CPAP treatment involves a CPAP machine, which has three main parts:

A mask or other device that fits over your nose or your nose and mouth. Straps keep the mask in place while you’re wearing it.

A tube that connects the mask to the machine’s motor.

A motor that blows air into the tube.

CPAP often is the best treatment for obstructive sleep apnea. Sleep apnea, which often follows severe snoring, is a common disorder that causes pauses in breathing or shallow breaths while you sleep. As a result, not enough air reaches your lungs.

In obstructive sleep apnea, your airway collapses or is blocked during sleep. When you try to breathe, any air that squeezes past the blockage can cause loud snoring. Your snoring may wake other people in the house.

The mild pressure from CPAP can prevent your airway from collapsing or becoming blocked.


The cost of the equipment and visits to a specialist together easily cost USD 850. (CPAP machines range from USD 250. – 600.



Surgery is often recommended by physicians as a more permanent solution to anatomical blockage in the nasal passages. Septoplasty (reshaping of the bone that separates the left and right nostrils) combined with a reduction of the nasal turbinates is the most common type of surgery recommended to open the nasal passages. Usually there is immediate relief as soon as the nasal passage heals, but studies show that the tissues often grow back and within a few years the nose is again blocked. Costs over 1000,00 USD


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