A GOOD LAUGH AND A SNORELESS NIGHT SLEEP ARE THE TWO BEST CURES FOR ANYTHING.
Rinse under hot water before each use. This helps to ease the device onto the tongue.
Hold the device with its V-notch facing down and push tongue gently into the device until lip baffles on both top and bottom of the device touch the lips. Gently squeeze the bulb to create suction. However, too much suction can cause discomfort of the tongue; not enough suction will cause device to fall off during night. Practice and wear for 10 minutes at a time to find the perfect fit.
Up to this point, either leave the lip baffles outside of the lips OR slightly open the mouth to leave lip baffles BETWEEN the inner wall of the lips and teeth. The later tactic can greatly help reduce tongue sensations and difficulty swallowing some people may experience at the beginning.
CARE & CLEANING
Keep the Stop Snoring Pacifier clean by rinsing it daily in hot water. Do not use mouthwash to clean or store the device because alcohol will damage the medical silicone.
No moderate or serious side effects except some tongue soreness the first couple of day and is only temporary and occur only during initial practice and use.
PERSEVERANCE WILL BE REWARDED
Use of the mouthpiece may initially cause discomfort such as tongue sore; however, this will subside. Some extra salivation is normal too and will improve within a week of continued use.
Stop Snoring Pacifier may fall out at night due to suction control at beginning but once you figure out the perfect fit, it will stay on.
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TONGUE STABILIZING DEVICES (TSD) ARE FDA APPROVED & MEDICALLY TESTED.
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