What Are the Best "Stop Snoring Aids?"

Often people come to our site searching for the best "stop snoring aids." This article is going to quickly outline the three most common stop snoring aids.

Dental Device

A dental device (more commonly referred to as an oral appliance) can be worn in your mouth at night. This is one of the most common stop snoring aids. It is important that you go to a dentist that is well versed in not only the treatment of snoring but also the treatment of sleep apnea. These devices can help with snoring but they are not a guarantee and they don't always help with sleep apnea.


Surgery is always mentioned in a list of stop snoring aids. The most common surgical procedures either "open up" your nose or your throat. Talk to an ear, nose, and throat physician if this is the way you want to treat snoring. But remember, snoring can be a sign of sleep apnea, and surgery is not always effective for sleep apnea. Talk to your sleep physician first before considering surgery for snoring.

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP)

Many people believe that CPAP is just for sleep apnea, but in reality it is one of the best stop snoring aids. Essentially, a mask is worn at night, that blow air into the airway. At the very minimum, this "positive pressure" will stop all snoring.

Beware of Other Options

When looking for stop snoring aids, many people run into scams on the internet. If you think you have found a "too easy to be true" stop snoring aid, then run it by your sleep physician first. Chances are, many of the stop snoring aids are just a way of ripping people off.

Snoring Is Not the Only Issue

As with all of my article, I would be remiss without mentioning the most important point of all: if you snore you should be concerned about sleep apnea. Most people that have landed on this page are looking for stop snoring aids because they snore. And many snorers have a more serious disorder call sleep apnea. Sleep apnea can lead to major medical issues like high blood pressure, heart disease and strokes. If you snore, make an appointment with a sleep physician to make sure you don't have sleep apnea.

Disclaimer: As with all the content on this site, this article is to be viewed as educational only. In no way should this be construed as medical advice. If you are concerned that you might have a sleep disorder, make an appointment with a sleep physician for proper advice.