aveoTSD Review - UPDATED Nov. 2017
As every person who snores will tell you, snoring is more than just an inconvenience or an embarrassment. Snoring is a health issue that can seriously damage your quality of life. If you are tired of waking up with a sore throat, exhausted, pale, and weak, then you are probably thinking about giving an anti-snoring aid a shot.
Read our aveoTSD review and find out whether this particular device works for you. In addition to successfully addressing common snoring issues, aveoTSD also treats obstructive sleep apnea, a serious sleep disorder that not many other anti-snoring devices can tackle.
What Is aveoTSD?
Just like its name suggests, aveoTSD is a tongue stabilizing device (TSD) that works by pulling your tongue in a forward position in your mouth while you sleep so that your airway can remain open and unobstructed. When everything is in its right place in your mouth and your throat, air can flow freely as you breathe in and out. Consequently, snoring is reduced, if not completely eliminated. This device, which is sold in the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and EEC, has been clinically tested, which means its efficiency against snoring and obstructive sleep apnea has actually been clinically proven.
For some people, the tongue tends to fall back in the mouth when they sleep, especially if they sleep on their back. That’s where snoring aids like aveoTSD come to save the day. By gently pulling the tongue in a protruding position, aveoTSD prevents the tongue from falling back and keeps the airway open and clear. This directly leads to a reduction of snoring, which, according to user testimonials, is reduced by some 85-90%. aveoTSD does not require any particular molding or fitting. It is a one-size-fits-all snoring aid made from very durable and safe medical-grade silicone.
How Is It Different?
One thing that sets aveoTSD apart from most other anti-snoring aids and TSDs is the fact that it can help with sleep apnea. This serious sleep disorder can range from mild to severe and all forms that fall into the mild-to-moderate category can successfully be treated with aveoTSD, as it has been clinically proven.
This snoring aid does not cause as much side effects as some other devices, especially mandibular advancement devices or MADs. Those devices can actually harm your jaw by constantly pulling it forward. MADs can also potentially cause teeth and jaw misalignment, not to mention some mandibular disorders. aveoTSD does not interfere with the way your lower jaw sits while you sleep and therefore does not cause any jaw and teeth pain or discomfort. You may expect some tenderness at the tip of the tongue, but most users say it’s only temporary.
aveoTSD is made from ISO 10993-1 medical-grade silicone, which is the same material used for manufacturing instruments and devices used in clinics and hospitals. Therefore, you can rest assured the material is safe and will not harm you in any way. It is also BPA-free.
According to clinical trials and expert testimonials, aveoTSD is a very serious, reliable product that can actually deliver what it promises, which is another thing that sets it apart from other anti-snoring aids and devices.
In some countries, like in the USA, aveoTSD is only available with a prescription. You can ask your dentist or your physician whether this device is right for you and then ask for a prescription. In other countries, including Canada and Australia, you don’t need a prescription and you can purchase aveoTSD online. The price is around $105, which places this device in the pricier category.
Fitting The Mouthpiece
As we mentioned earlier in this aveoTSD review, this snoring aid does not require any particular fitting or molding. The device is designed so that it fits most users, both male and female. It only pulls the tongue in a forward position and does not interfere with the way your jaw rests when you sleep. It does not cover your teeth, so there is no particular need for any kind of molding.
Still, there are some guidelines you are advised to follow when it comes to the proper use of this device. Before the first use, as well as before and after each use, you should clean the device by rinsing it under some warm running water. Do not use chemical sterilizers or harsh soaps and detergents because they may damage the silicone. If you want to sterilize your device, which can be done occasionally but is definitely not necessary, you can use an autoclave or boil it in some water. However, don’t be surprised if this makes the silicone turn opaque.
After you have cleaned your aveoTSD, place it in your mouth so that the two protruding “wings” rest between your teeth and your lips. This will keep the device in place. Next, gently press the bulb, which remains outside of your mouth, using your index finger and your thumb. Then stick the tip of your tongue inside the bulb and let go. This will create pressure inside the bulb and it will suction your tongue gently but firmly into position. Repeat the process if the bulb squeezes your tongue too hard or if the suction is too light and the device keeps falling off your tongue and out of your mouth.
The manufacturer claims that getting used to the aveoTSD mouthpiece only takes two to three sessions (nights) but don’t be surprised if you still feel some tongue soreness, tenderness, and dryness after a week. Try different pressure intensity of the bulb until you find the right fit, but if the side effects persist after ten days of use, it may be a sign that aveoTSD is not the right anti-snoring device for you.
- Does not require fitting or molding
- Can be used for obstructive sleep apnea
- Does not affect or hurt the jaw and teeth
- One-size-fits-all mouthpiece
- Relatively expensive
- May cause tongue tenderness, pain or bruising
- May cause drooling and dry mouth
- Only available with a prescription in the USA