Zyppah RX Mouth Piece Treatment to Stop Snoring
As Seen On TV Zyppah RX – The Safe and Effective Treatment for Snoring
Zyppah combines two solutions to help you to stop snoring.
Bob Eubanks guarantees this mouthpiece will stop snoring the first night you use it and every night after that.
ZYPPAH Pink – Hybrid Oral Appliance
Zyppah Solution 1
ZYPPAH uses mandibular repositioning (advancing the jaw forward slightly) to partially open the airway. By moving the lower jaw forward from its normal position during sleep, you can improve the airflow and reduce the snoring sound. This process is used in almost every oral appliance sold. Until ZYPPAH, the only means of treating snoring with an oral appliance was mandibular advancement, but there is a limit to how far you can advance the lower jaw.
Zyppah Solution 2
ZYPPAH Rx uses a patent-pending elastic (holds and stabilizes the tongue). This prevents the tongue from falling back into the throat and further opens the airway. The tongue, which is a muscle, relaxes during sleep. The ZYPPAH Rx elastic stabilizes tongue but does not inflict the gag reflex. When combined these two solutions create a highly effective treatment to eliminate snoring. The tongue relaxing is the cause of snoring. It’s why when you sleep on your back the snoring is usually louder. Gravity is causing the tongue to fall back. It’s also why you are elbowed by your bed partner and asked to “roll over” and sleep on your side.
So what causes snoring?
When a person rests, the muscles not in use start to relax, and the airways will certainly narrow. Snoring develops when the air is being driven through a person’s air passage. Depending on exactly how powerful the air is being pressed, the loudness of the snore will differ. Guys are frequently louder compared to women since their necks are usually bigger. It is additionally thought that a hormone created by females, called progesterone, functions to avoid or dramatically minimize instances of snoring. Numerous different causes might cause snoring. For example, if an individual experiences allergies that could stop up the airways or takes treatments that run out the nasal dental caries, they may experience snoring.