Many women often say one of the things they miss since motherhood began is a good night’s sleep. There are many culprits that steal Mom’s restful time, but one of the biggest can be a snoring partner. But there’s a solution called VitalSleep Stop Snoring Mouthpiece that’s affordable for husbands who snore,and their wives who are kept awake.
“Restful sleep never happens for a snorer... or the people who love them,” says entrepreneur David Hernandez, “And it’s usually the woman who’s kept awake because, scientifically, men are twice as likely to be snorers than women. When every night consists of a nudge here, and a poke there, VitalSleep can end the war some wives face to get a good night’s rest.”
Upon a visit to the dentist to uncover a solution to his snoring, he was prescribed a mouthpiece that allows more air to flow freely to alleviate snoring. The problem is the device came with a huge price tag of $3,000. He asked his doctor for a more economical solution, but there wasn’t one, so that’s when Hernandez conferred with Dr. Richard Koffler M.D.
Together, they created VitalSleep - a revolutionary anti-snoring device with three goals in mind. One, it had to help alleviate snoring, and two, it had be low-cost to produce. The third point was that any snoring device needed to be affordable too. That’s why VitalSleep is available for a single payment that’s under $60, opposed to an ‘installment plan’ that’s popular with many stop snoring appliances. In addition, this FDA cleared, mandibular advancement device is fully customizable so it’s beneficial for patients on a tight budget, or those with no insurance.
“What’s great about this device is the affordability factor,” says Hernandez. “Too often couples suffer with snoring because the remedy is too expensive or they try over the counter solutions that don’t provide any real relief. With VitalSleep though, it can be adjusted to suit the severity of snoring.”
So how does VitalSleep work?
It functions by opening the mouth and positioning the lower jaw forward, which improves airflow because the person's tongue is no longer blocking their air passage. This is why nose strips and spray anti-snoring solutions often don't work because they do not address the cause of snoring.
Hernandez stresses that sleep apnea is slightly different from loud snoring. Sleep apnea is a serious medical condition and might require more costly equipment. In fact, VitalSleep is even a device that requires a prescription for a Class II medical device so it’s important to see a doctor who can make a clear distinction of the sleeping condition. However, once a diagnosis is made, VitalSleep might be a low-cost solution to snoring for patients... and their loved ones.
“We offer users a 30-day guarantee and a 1 year warranty too because we know how many couples VitalSleep can benefit if they’d just try it. Again, it’s not just Dads who suffer, but Moms who have to sleep with a snorer every night,” explains Hernandez. “If you can’t spend $3,000 on an anti-snoring mouthpiece, VitalSleep is a realistically affordable option that’s worth exploring.”
For the countless number of mothers who spend the night nudging ‘dad’, VitalSleep could prove to be a novel idea for mom this May... while providing her some much-needed rest. It is an effective remedy for men and women who snore.