Theravent Review - UPDATED Nov. 2017
Every single person in the world deserves a good night’s sleep. This also means that no one should endure their partner’s snoring forever. In this Theravent review, we’ll test their claims of providing their customers with the ultimate peace and quiet throughout the night. The company is currently doing their best to eradicate the problem for good and develop solutions for all types of primary snoring.
What Is Theravent Snore Therapy?
Theravent Advanced Nightly Snore Therapy is an anti-snoring device that efficiently prevents snoring. You will receive a small adhesive device that covers the nostrils, and as you breathe in, Theravent’s patented MicroValve Technology will open. The valves close as you breathe out, creating gentle pressure that naturally opens your airway and relieves snoring.
How Is It Different?
Theravent uses the same technology as Provent Therapy, which is a prescription device for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). They have developed their own technology, designed to create expiratory positive airway pressure (EPAP). EPAP can stop snoring by increasing the pressure inside the airway. Theravent is able to turn your own snoring into anti-snoring! It uses the power of your breathing to create EPAP, which then stops snoring.
Unlike other devices that prevent snoring, all Theravent requires from you is to apply the device before bed. No mouthpieces, no machines, no sprays, and definitely no drugs – just additional silence.
Theravent’s snore therapy is unbelievably soft and comfortable. If you have ever used snoring aids, you know that they can get rather uncomfortable and impractical. On the other hand, you should get used to Theravent the first night you start using it. After a few nights, you’ll hardly even notice that it’s there.
For some people, Theravent strips may not be comfortable at first. That’s why you should give it a week or so before you decide whether it’s working for you or not. On the other hand, many people get used to wearing Theravent in one night. If you feel uncomfortable in the morning, you can simply remove the strip and use a fresh aid the following night.
The best way to use Theravent is to make sure the area around and under your nose is clean and that the skin is not irritated. You may want to wash the area with some lukewarm water and pat with a towel until it’s completely dry. Next, remove the backing and softly but firmly press the strip against your nose so that the mesh part covers both of your nostrils. When you go to bed, breathe through your mouth first. Once you fall asleep, you will automatically start breathing through your nose.
The basic package that the company offers stands at $22.98, which also includes shipping. Theravent say they understand that “not all snorers are created equally” and that what works for one customer may not be ideal for another, so they created three varieties, for light, moderate, and heavy snorers.
There’s also a limited-time offer of $7.99 for one Theravent Trial Pack that comes with two nights each of Theravent Lite, Regular, and Max. If you buy the trial pack, you also receive a $5 coupon for your first purchase of any 30-day pack. Speaking of 30-day packs, they cost $29.99, amounting to a single dollar per night.
Unfortunately, Theravent is not a device that you buy once. It’s quite the opposite, actually. You have to purchase it repeatedly, which won’t be that cheap on a yearly basis, but hey – you ought to value your sleep.
- Efficient and reliable
- Great customer support
- Free shipping
- Odd taste in your mouth after each night
- You have to buy it again at the end of each month