SnoreCare Review - UPDATED Dec. 2017
Are you tired of your own snoring and of your bed mate’s constant complaining about it? Are you ready to finally experience some peace and quiet during the night and to wake up in the morning finally feeling rested and refreshed? If so, then you should definitely check out our SnoreCare review. You’ll learn all there is about these premium nose vents that are proven to be effective against snoring and are not invasive and uncomfortable like so many other snoring aids.
What Is SnoreCare?
SnoreCare are nasal vents, consisting of two tiny tubes linked together, which go in your nostrils. They are made of medical grade silicone and they are very comfortable and easy to use. These nasal vents work by gently opening up your nasal airways, allowing for normal, natural airflow during sleep.
For many people, snoring is directly associated with restricted airflow in the nasal airways during sleep. Nasal passages sometimes tend to slightly collapse and when this happens, you simply cannot breathe right. Snoring vents or nasal vents like SnoreCare open up your nasal passages and thus help you achieve a restful, quiet sleep.
Everyone’s nose is different so it can sometimes be hard to pick the snoring aid that fits you best. Fortunately, SnoreCare comes in a set that consists of one pair of large and one pair of small nasal vents with rings for extra comfort, as well as one pair of large and one pair of small plain vents without rings. You also get a convenient travel case for maximum convenience and hygiene. The vents are, of course, reusable and easy to maintain by washing them every morning with warm water and maybe some mild soap and leaving them to air dry.
How Is It Different?
Our SnoreCare review and practical usage reveal a different and better tool than most snoring aids for several reasons. Firstly, there are no side effects commonly associated with mouthpieces like MADs and TSDs, which may leave you with a sore jaw and teeth, dry mouth, and general discomfort. Second, they might even be better than plain nasal strips since they go directly into your nose and regulate airflow from there.
This product is made from high-quality materials and the new and improved version is even more comfortable and easy to use. Being transparent, these vents are almost invisible from the outside, so you don’t have to worry about embarrassing yourself with bulky or unsightly devices during travel or vacation. Another thing you don’t have to worry about is safety. Some people fear one of the vents will go way up their nose as they sleep. However, these vents are connected to each other by a tiny, discreet external link and there is no way they can get lost in your nose. Finally, they come with a money back guarantee and a 1-year replacement warranty, which is not something many other manufacturers offer.
SnoreCare vents are surprisingly comfortable, thanks to their unique anatomically-friendly design and very soft materials. As we already said in this SnoreCare review, they are made of medical-grade silicone, so you know they feel nice and cozy in your nose.
These nasal vents are very easy to use. There is no fitting or molding required, you simply pick the size that fits you best and decide whether you want to go for the vents with rings or the plain ones (you will get both types in your package). It is recommended to try out both of them to see which ones feel more comfortable and work better.
The only reported problem regarding this snoring aid is the fact it tends to fall out during night. Since these nasal vents don’t exactly stick to anything, people who shift a lot in their sleep may wake up in the morning without them.
One SnoreCare set, which includes a pair of large nasal vents with rings for better comfort, a pair of small nasal vets with rings, one pair of large and one pair of small plain vents (without rings), as well as a travel case, is currently offered at $16.95 (the original price was $34.95).
- Discreet and comfortable
- High-quality materials and enhanced reliability
- May fall out
- Does not cure sleep apnea