Z-Comfort Anti-Snoring Device Customer Reviews

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Customer reviews

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DLBuschman
Snoring or other breathing issues when sleeping is a thing of the past with this Anti-Snoring Mouth Guard. It's not the most comfortable item to have in your mouth, but it doesn't prevent a comfortable nights sleep.
The most important thing? My wife's happy she can sleep next to me. And I'm happy when she's happy.
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Robinio Bailey Easley
So far this mouth guard appears to be a great solution. We documented a few none snoring nights when it’s used.
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JEFF L GRIEBEL
This worked for me starting from the first night. I had an oral appliance before that was custom made costing several multiples more. When you have dental work done, the device had to be replaced. This device worked just as well and can be remolded if necessary. Finally, a great night of sleep. I am a medical professional and was dreading the alternatives of CPAP or an implanted device. Now I can just enjoy the sleep quality.
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Paul
I don’t understand the complaints regarding the size of this mouthpiece. It’s the smallest and lightest device I’ve used in several years. Molded quickly and easily, fits firmly in my mouth, and lets a ton of airflow occur while sleeping. All at a real bargain if a price!
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Ken Meeks
Wife is sleeping better because I no longer snore.
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Quinn
I am writing this review as the wife who has listened to snoring for 16 years. I didn’t have high hopes for this product, but am pretty satisfied. Does it work 100% of the way? No, but i absolutely have some nights where I don’t hear snoring at all. When I do hear it, it’s not as loud as before we got this product. My husband also has not complained of any pain or discomfort.
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Corinna
I was so surprised at how well this work. I haven't snored at all since I started using this mouth guard. My boyfriend sleeps all night now.
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Soda
This actually works! It’s not very comfortable but I can sleep though anything. Your mouth stays open a bit. But it actually worked for me on the first night and is the only thing that has worked so far. Recommend at least trying.
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Brian Marron
I like the fit. Soft around teeth and gums so does not hurt. Soft material holds teeth good so stays in place better than others i've tried. Does it work? Too early to tell yet since sleep alone, but i have been feeling rested when waking up.
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IdahoBiker
This is the first product of this type I’ve ever used so I don’t have anything to compare it against. I was worried I wouldn’t even be able to use it because even normal mouth guards cause me to gag. I didn’t have that problem at all with this one. I haven’t gotten too aggressive with the settings, maybe 3mm, and using snore lab I can see it’s made a difference. It hasn’t eliminated it but greatly reduced snoring. My only complaint is it is very hard to see the marks to know what you’re set at. Would be nice if the lines and arrows were in black.
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Duy
Or the mold will melt off the device.

This worked well the first night, as in there is much less snoring on the recording on my phone. Let's see if it lasts the 6 months as advertised. I probably did leave the device in boiled water for too long because the bottom mold is starting to melt off the device (as seen in 1st pic) but overall the device looks really good after molding for $40.

I adjusted the device with the lower forward more because my lower jaw slides backwards when I sleep so that's why I snore. I am in my late 20s and my snoring is getting worse, which lead to my high blood pressure and sleeplessness. Hopefully this device will help me deal with that. I will try my best to come back here and edit this review as time goes on.
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Andy Juelich
I was told I snore quite frequently, after molding and adjusting, this guard works very well. Took a week or so to get used to it but not bad.
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Aranykuvik
This is my second purchase from this product. I bought the first about two years before (as a spare device and for travelling replacement to my earlier, prescription device from an other manufacurer). Meanwhile, the prescription device is more or less worn out (after about 24 months' use) and I assigned it as spare one, and I have been using regularly ZComfort Anti-Snoring Mouthpiece for about 8 months. This particular second purchase means a back-up to all previous models (and I will start using it if the previous one seems to be starting wearing out. It took quite some time to get used to it: I have experienced most of the complaints written on this platform, including salivation, rigidity of lower jaw for half a day etc., but I soon got through with them, as most of these had to be overwhelmed with the previous (prescibed) one. From now on, I will be able to get used to it within weeks if not days. Apart from snoring my main indication was sleep apnea, which was a mild one and it wa...More
This is my second purchase from this product. I bought the first about two years before (as a spare device and for travelling replacement to my earlier, prescription device from an other manufacurer). Meanwhile, the prescription device is more or less worn out (after about 24 months' use) and I assigned it as spare one, and I have been using regularly ZComfort Anti-Snoring Mouthpiece for about 8 months. This particular second purchase means a back-up to all previous models (and I will start using it if the previous one seems to be starting wearing out. It took quite some time to get used to it: I have experienced most of the complaints written on this platform, including salivation, rigidity of lower jaw for half a day etc., but I soon got through with them, as most of these had to be overwhelmed with the previous (prescibed) one. From now on, I will be able to get used to it within weeks if not days. Apart from snoring my main indication was sleep apnea, which was a mild one and it was completely eliminated with any kind of mouthguard I have used (and got used to it) up to now. I only have to use any of the devices on basic adjustment (the least protrursion is required for both my apnea and snoring). I still snore a bit when lying on my back, but much less and no apnea (I am lucky with my light case, but I suggest consulting a somnologist doctor, who will help to decide if this kind would be enough. He/She might prescribe you a slightly more comfortable-to-wear mouthguard, and after getting used to it, you can still decide to switch to this type, which will appear only a little bit less convenient to begin with. I try to go on with this type, as long as available, as its durability, and usefulness seems to be in line with its price. (Sorry I am not a native speaker of English).
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Eric L
I’ve had sleep issue my whole life. I’m a 48 year old man who got a cpap machine about 3 years ago. The cpap machine helps me sleep consistently, but it’s very uncomfortable so I usually take it off while I’m sleeping. With my cpap machine I consistently sleep 4-5 hours, which for me is good because my body really only needs about 6 hours of sleep.In February I went on a ski trip to Keystone and shared a room with a friend. I didn’t bring my cpap machine with and my friend said my snoring kept her up if she didn’t go to sleep before me.I’m now on a trip to Boston with two other friends sharing a room. I started looking for alternatives and found this mouth guard which is says it’s anti snoring. I ended ordering it and got it two days before my trip. My friends said they didn’t hear me snoring.The first night I slept 7 hours 5 minutes and only woke up once. I was also on-call for work and exhausted so I tried it the next night to get a better idea of how well it works. I slept 6 hours a...More
I’ve had sleep issue my whole life. I’m a 48 year old man who got a cpap machine about 3 years ago. The cpap machine helps me sleep consistently, but it’s very uncomfortable so I usually take it off while I’m sleeping. With my cpap machine I consistently sleep 4-5 hours, which for me is good because my body really only needs about 6 hours of sleep.

In February I went on a ski trip to Keystone and shared a room with a friend. I didn’t bring my cpap machine with and my friend said my snoring kept her up if she didn’t go to sleep before me.

I’m now on a trip to Boston with two other friends sharing a room. I started looking for alternatives and found this mouth guard which is says it’s anti snoring. I ended ordering it and got it two days before my trip. My friends said they didn’t hear me snoring.

The first night I slept 7 hours 5 minutes and only woke up once. I was also on-call for work and exhausted so I tried it the next night to get a better idea of how well it works. I slept 6 hours and woke up twice according to my Apple Watch. Last night I slept 6 hours.

Now let’s go to the pros and cons. Pros inexpensive, easy to mold to your teeth and I’m getting consistent sleep and waking up feeling rested. It’s also easy to adjust. Cons, it’s a little bit uncomfortable at to be expected. After sleeping with it the last few days I do feel a little bit of bottom tooth pain. It’s not much and goes away quickly after waking up. The only thing I worry about is it causing issues with my teeth and jaw permanently. I’m going to take it to my next dental appointment and see what my dentist says but I’m definitely going to keep using it.
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albinomexi
Having tried a few other methods to reduce snoring, this little gem actually works.

My fiancé was extremely hesitant about it because other methods didn’t work to reduce snoring.

I tried this and was surprised to hear from my fiancé (and she’s extremely sensitive about noise or movement) that she was able to go ally sleep next to me because this stopped my snoring.

While I’m finally happy to be able to sleep next to my fiancé in the same room, there is an issue with the mouth piece and that’s causing my teeth to be a little sore.

While I followed the instructions on how to adjust the mouth piece to allow my teeth to sink in and mold, it does cause it to feel like my teeth feel sore.

One other thing I will note as well, your mouth may become dry next following morning but I have grown accustomed to keep my mouth closed while sleeping and haven’t experienced this after the second or third night.
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MonicaPilar
At first, his product was a little difficult to get used to but once I did it works out fine. compared to a couple other products that I’ve tried. I have less discomfort when I wake up in the morning with my teeth.
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Customer
For the past few years by snoring has gotten worse, and my husband is a light sleeper. I would wake up in the middle of the night, constantly, and would discover my husband moved to the guest room.I'm no longer snoring, sleeping through the night, and I wake to my husband next to me.
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Patricia B. Barnes
Very comfortable, easy instructions. My only issue was that seem to salivate more while wearing. I bougnt this more for the night guard (I grind my teeth) than for the snoring, but my husband says he hasn't notices me snoring since I has been using this.
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J. Marino
This mouth guard is great it not only stops me from snoring but I feel like I breathe better and sleep much better
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Charles Landon
I’ve used a number of different anti-snore devices throughout the years. I really like this product. Easy to mold, comfortable and effective with my snoring. Previously I’ve purchased products that cost more and weren’t as effective. I recommend this product.
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