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SleepMD Anti Snoring Mouthpiece

$129.00

You are about to purchase a product that was designed to control both snoring and significant upper airway obstruction.

As a doctor, I take this condition very seriously.   Upon receiving my product, review the instructions before attempting to mold it.

If you have any difficulty, just email me your concerns and I will respond to you as soon as I am able.

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Description

SleepMD is a simple mouthpiece you wear during sleep. It targets the cause of snoring to give you a peaceful, restful night of sleep. SleepMD works by maintaining the jaw position and thereby controlling the tongue. This device uses a “dorsal wing” design that is often found in the devices prescribed for Obstruction Sleep Apnea as an alternative to CPAP therapy. It is the only snoring mouthpiece effective for mouth breathers without a prescription. Unlike devices like the Zyppah that fixes your tongue, SleepMD does not restrict mouth activity and is fully customizable in the comfort of your own home. Finally, you can sleep silently through the night; awakening restful in the morning.

11 Comments
  • Dear Dr Hamburg, Congrats on your retirement. May you live long & prosper! I tried one of those oral appliances but it was uncomfortable with a piece that hit the roof of my mouth. Also, I wouldn’t keep it in my mouth. Is your device softer & more comfortable? Any suggestions on keeping it in at night? Thanks, Karen Sheerin

    1. Hi Karen,
      My new device is not soft but is very comfortable. The material fits securely around the teeth so that it will not dislodge when you open your mouth. It can be cut to fit the shape and size of your teeth. However, wearing any device in the mouth takes time to adjust too. Let me know if you need any help with it.
      Dr. Hamburg

  • Dr. H,

    I didn’t know you have Retired! I am not one of your patients, but the NuSleep now SleepMD is the only anti-snoring device that has worked for me and I have tried so many others and have been utterly disappointed in them all. I was hoping to see continued improvements in your design, and many more years to purchase your device, but I’m now concerned. Do you think you will continue sell the OTC SleepMD, or will you stop providing this at some time? I might have to buy like a dozen from you if ever you decide to stop.

    1. Louie, I retired from my Sleep Medicine practice to focus on my online mouthpiece. It will continue to be sold and updated as needed. I am so happy to hear that it is working for you. Dr.Hamburg

      1. This is good news. I wish you all the best. This device works even better than the last prescription mouthpiece I had. Its so inconvenient to have to go to an office to get it molded to you. And then when in actual practice have it cut you gums, and unable to remold it or adjust it to make it comfortable.

        To me, the fact that your device works in the same fashion as those prescription devices, and has the added benefit to be able to remold it, or cut it down to make it more comfortable makes it superior. I know I always leave a lot of positive reviews on your websites, I hope you don’t mind. There are so many bad products out there with great marketing to make them look good. Yours is a product that actually works, but you have to really search far and wide to find it. This product should be at the top of all the OTC anti snoring and sleep apnea devices, but you wouldn’t know it unless referred by someone who knows. I think I stumbled across it from a random blog review, and even they were trying to make the case that the SnoreRX or the Good Morning Sleep solution was better. I had just come off the SnoreRX after many months of frustrated nights with it falling out, sore gums and extreme bitterness. So I ordered both yours and the GMS. I tried the GMS first thinking it would be a good change of pace and save my gums some needless bleeding. That was a terrible mistake.

  • I have just tried the Zyppah and after only the first night I am concerned it isn’t right for me. My main trouble is not being able to close my mouth, I awakened several times with a very dry Multhauf nd lips and the tough strap makes it very difficult to swallow. Can you tel me, are most people able to close their mouth completely with the Nusleep? And is it difficult to swallow when using your device?
    Thank you for your help.
    Nicole

    1. If fitted correctly then you can certainly close your mouth, drink and talk. That is the real difference in this device. Dr. Hamburg

  • I’m just checking different devices out to see what you have because the one I have is for sleep apnea plus it’s the whole unit for the mouth and nose and it’s making my nose raw so I have to find something else for mouth only so I’m just checking out and seeing what you have and thank you for your time

    1. Generally speaking, mouthpieces are indicated for mild to moderate Obstructive Sleep Apnea. About a third of severe patients can be helped as well. The most important factors to predict success is neck size and over all weight. Very large necks and very heavy people are not good candidates for such treatment. Dr. H

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