The winner is ...ZQuiet. Yes! ZQuiet wins the award for being the best MAD mouthpiece for 2019. Awarded by The Snoring Mouthpiece Review, ZQuiet tops a long list of MAD mouthpieces in the market.
As part of its commitment to offering unbiased, rigorous reviews of snoring cessation products such as mouthpieces, pillows, chin straps and software applications, The Snoring Mouthpiece Review has awarded the ZQuiet® its 2019 MAD Mouthpiece of the Year, beating out other rivals in the category.
MAD stands for Mandibular Advancement Device and it is one of the two categories of snoring mouthpieces. The second category is composed of the TSD or Tongue Stabilizing Devices.
Snoring mouthpieces are typically categorized in one of two ways: 1. MAD or Mandibular Advancement Device, and 2. TSD or Tongue Stabilizing Devices. The MAD category remains the most popular in the realm of anti snoring mouthpieces, with TSD devices quickly gaining ground thanks to the key star in the category, the Good Morning Snore Solution.
The MAD category features literally 15-20 other major mouthpiece manufacturers doing battle for snoring mouthpiece supremacy, so separating individual products can be tough for the inexperienced user.
What makes ZQuiet the best MAD snoring mouthpiece? According to Steve Walker of The Snoring Mouthpiece Review, the design of ZQuiet is what makes it stand out in the market.
“We truly believe that the ZQuiet, at least when it comes to Mandibular Adjustment Devices, is easily the best and most usable mouthpiece of 2019,” said Steve Walker, spokesman for The Snoring Mouthpiece Review. “Its design remains a really unique selling point, as it allows freedom of movement where many other MAD designs do not.”
One of the key drawbacks for many MAD users is that this style of mouthpiece tends to lock the jaw in position - a problem that can create many issues. As an example, some MAD mouthpieces do not allow you to breathe through your mouth, which is a problem for many snorers. Additionally, by freezing the jaw in place, many people can become subject to problems with the jaw that can lead to serious difficulties such as TMJ disorders - the ZQuiet avoids this issue with the use of its revolutionary “Living Hinge Technology”.
ZQuiet boasts of the Living Hinge Technology which allows the mouth to move freely while you are sleeping. It does not restrict breathing and it is very comfortable to wear. Unlike the other MAD mouthpieces, there’s hardly any adjustment period for wearing a ZQuiet mouthpiece. Another good thing about the ZQuiet mouthpiece is that there’s no need to boil it.
“When it comes to overall comfort and flexibility of use, ZQuiet really does not have much in terms of direct competitors,” said Walker. “The movable hinge easily corrects what is one of the toughest issues that people tend to have with MAD snoring mouthpieces - jaw and dental problems caused by repositioning the jaw incorrectly.”
The benefits of ZQuiet are numerous, but certainly it is jaw mobility that make it a major standout. Unlike many MAD style mouthpieces, there is no need to boil the plastic in order to create a tight fit, and the user is allowed the freedom to move the jaw from side to side and to open and close the mouth.
Snoring is a loud problem and ZQuiet can silence it in a very unique way. Although it’s a one-size-fits-all mouthpiece, it is able to deal with snoring depending on the comfort level of the snorer. That’s a big plus for the ZQuiet mouthpiece.
“Treating snoring can often be a very unique proposition depending on the snorer,” said Walker. “While there are certainly standards, creating a one-size-fits-all product to address a variety of people is not easy, and we think that ZQuiet has done so very successfully.”
So if you’re looking for an effective snoring solution, why not look into ZQuiet? Read and learn more about it on https://snoringmouthpiecereview.org/zquiet.
If there’s one snoring mouthpiece that really works, it’s ZQuiet. That pretty much is the reason why it’s the MAD mouthpiece of the year.
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