The Airsnore is a unique product that comes in a unique bundle.

To begin with, it is MAD (Mandibular Advancement Device) at its core designed to hold your lower jaw forward to prevent snoring.

However, there is more than just a mouthpiece.

The company also offers Airsnore drops, which are used to clear up blocked noses to make breathing easier as an alternative approach to snoring.

Who is behind the Airsnore?

The Airsnore is marketed by a company called Bauer Nutrition, but the company that in fact manufactures it is named Wolfson Berg Limited based out of Cyprus.

The company sells a wide variety of health-related products and has been in business for more than 10 years.

One of their most popular line of products are supplements.

The facilities that manufacture their products are FDA approved; however, the Airsnore itself is not FDA cleared.

A little confusion, but not a big cause for concern.

I had faith in the company since it had such a long-life span.

Why is the Airsnore different?

Snoring occurs due to tissue vibration, the Airsnore works by extending the jaw forward and widening the airway in the back of the throat.

This prevents the vibrations and increases oxygen intake while sleeping.

The fundamental design is conceptually like other MADs, but what makes it stand out is the option to buy the Airsnore drops.

The Airsnore drops are made up of special ingredients which have soothing and antiseptic properties to help relieve cold-like symptoms and nasal congestion.

The ingredients are comprised of five main essential oils.

  1. Lavendulaangustifolia Flower Oil. This oil is extracted from the lavender plant which can be commonly found in the south of France.  It is used as a de-stressor, thus making sleeping easier and more comfortable.  It is known to be an effective benzodiazepine, a drug that is used to help someone fall asleep.
  2. Eucalyptus Globulus Leaf Oil. This oil is extracted from the eucalyptus tree which can be found in Australia.  This essential oil has a wide variety of health benefits, making it one of the most popular oils on the market.  Eucalyptol which is the main ingredient of the oil, creates a soft soothing effect to help someone fall asleep.  It is also used to help clear up respiratory infections, sinus infections, alleviate asthma symptoms, and reduce pain and inflammation of the respiratory tract mucous membranes.
  3. Menthapiperita Leaf Oil. This oil is extracted from the peppermint plant which can be found in North America or Europe.  Commonly called peppermint oil, this helps relieve nausea and helps to calm the nerves.
  4. Helianthus Annus Sunflower Seed Oil. This oil is extracted from sunflower seeds which can be found in North America.  This has medicinal value and is a source of tryptophan, which helps relieve insomnia and mild depression.
  5. Pinussylvestris Leae This oil is extracted from the Scot pine tree’s needles and can be found all over the world.  It is another oil that helps alleviate insomnia.  The vapor from the oil is a soothing and refreshing one that also provides a solid night of sleep.

My personal experience

This was a common boil and bite setup for the Airsnore that I have done many times before for other MAD devices.  The boil and bite procedure allows the device to custom fit itself to my jaw structure, which makes it more comfortable and effective.

To fit the device, I would have to use a pot to boil water, an empty bowl to pour the hot water into, a bowl filled with ice water for after I fit it to my mouth, a spoon to use for placing it in and out of the water, and something to keep track of the time.

After boiling the water, I submerged the Airsnore for 5 to 10 minutes which is longer than I normally do for other boil and bite mouthpieces.

After boiling, I placed it in my mouth, extended my jaw and bit down hard enough to sink my teeth into the material, but not so hard as to bite all the way through.  This is the key part that would fit the product to my unique jaw structure.  After that, I removed it and placed it inside the ice water so it could harden again.

After placing it inside my mouth I thought it was comfortable, and it was an easy set up.  There were no extra settings I needed to fiddle with or any advanced setup needed which was nice change of pace.  The mouthpiece itself did not feel invasive or intrusive and up to now there were no negatives from the product itself.

I also used the Airsnore drops before going to sleep.  I used a few drops around my neck, under my nose and on my chest.  These drops are very powerful, so you want to make sure not to overdo it when using them.  Only a few drops in each location will be sufficient.

First night

Using it for the first night, I felt well rested which means I had a good night of sleep.  My jaw was slightly sore when I woke up, but this is entirely normal when using a new device for the first time.  I wasn’t too worried about this, usually this subsides after a certain amount of time as my facial muscles and jaw gets accustomed to the new appliance.  The Airsnore drops were also successful as I felt more relaxed after using them.  My nose was clearer and I found it easier to breathe too.  I was looking forward to the rest of this trial.

Now it was time to ask my wife how the first night went.  Normally she stays up later than me, so usually I have been sleeping for quite a while before she decides to go to bed.  She confirmed that she did not hear any snoring from me up until she went to sleep, which is great because when I snore it also makes it harder for her to fall asleep.

I then cleaned the mouthpiece before storing it for the day.  I normally clean my mouthpieces with soap and water, which is a quick cleaning, and then let it air dry before placing it in the case for the day.

The rest of the trial

On the second night, I already noticed the soreness had gone away slightly which meant my mouth was becoming used to the Airsnore.

I fell asleep quickly with the help of the Airdrops and for two nights in a row my wife confirmed she did not hear any snoring from me.  I was really looking forward to the rest of my two-week trial with this product.

For the rest of the duration of my trial, I had positive results.  Daily the soreness would dissipate slowly, until there was no soreness at all towards the end of my trial.

I continued to use the drops for the entire period and I must honestly say I enjoyed this little something extra to help me sleep every night.  After two weeks, I can confidently say the Airsnore is an effective anti-snoring solution that gave me long term results.

Positives and Negatives

No mouthpiece is perfect, and they all have their pros and cons.

Even though I had positive results it is important to review the positives and negatives of the Airsnore before making a purchase.

Positives
  • No snoring and woke up feeling refreshed and energized.
  • Unique Airsnore drops help me sleep better and kept my nose clear.  A very nice extra bonus to use at night.
  • Airhole in the center of the mouthpiece which allows for mouth breathing.  This is a big plus for when my nose is blocked and I am forced to breathe through my mouth.
  • Great price for the products.
  • There is a long money-back guarantee of 60-days.  This is enough time to test it and decide if you want to keep it.
Negatives
  • Unfortunately, it cannot be used by snorers who have caps, crowns, dentures, bridges or implants.  The way it grips and holds onto the teeth make it unusable for those with these dental conditions.
  • The device is not FDA cleared; however, it is made in an FDA cleared facility.
  • There was some jaw soreness when using the device at first, along with some drooling.
  • Basic MAD device, no adjustments to custom fit the appliance even more.

Some Reviews From Actual Customers

There are quite a few Airsnore reviews online, and most that I have come across are positive.  Some reviewers did mention their jaw soreness when using it; however, this is to be expected when you are using a MAD device for the first time.

“I ended up getting my husband the Airsnore because his snoring not only affected him but my sleep as well.  I must say I am incredibly happy with the purchase.  Not only is he sleeping better and feeling better in the morning, so am I!” – Jennifer Miller

“My snoring has gone down quite a bit since making this purchase.  I am extremely happy with it, and would highly recommend it.”  – Mark Jacobs

“I have been using this product for over a year now, and I could not be happier.  At first, my teeth and jaw were sore and I almost gave up, but I stuck with it.  After a while the soreness was gone and the mouthpiece was still affective.  I can now sleep in the same room with my wife, this thing rekindled our marriage!”  – John Adams

“Ending my snoring has been priceless, and I cannot recommend this enough.  After you get used to it, it is worth it.  My snoring is gone, and my life is better.”  – Craig Herths

Source:   As Seen On TV Reviews

How About The Price?

The price of the Airsnore is good for what you receive.  Customers around the world qualify for free shipping which makes it an even better deal.

The Airsnore by itself costs $49.95, and the Airsnore drops by themselves cost $59.95.

Buying them together, however, is a real cost effective solution.  The price of the device and drops combined is $89.95, which comes to a total savings of $39.69.

The manufacturers website has some excellent deals available also, such as buying two and getting one free, and even as much as buying three and getting three free.

When calculating the cost per unit on these, they turn out to be a tremendous deal.

Conclusion

The Airsnore is a decent MAD device.

By itself, it makes for a nice beginner or entry level mouthpiece.

The price is low, the guarantee is long, and there is no difficult setup needed.

The value I found in the product is the extra bonus of the Airsnore drops.  This makes it unique when compared to other standalone products.

The drops relaxed me and cleared up my nasal airway completely, I felt it was easier to breathe overall.

I did have some soreness for the first few days wearing the product, but towards the end of my trial that soreness was completely gone.

I would fully recommend the Airsnore for anyone who wants to try an easy entry level MAD device combined with the uniqueness of the Airsnore drops.

My Rating: 4.2

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Which Product Should I Buy?

questionEvery person has a unique mouth and different needs for their particular snoring, so one that is perfect for one person, may not be the best option for another.

With well over 100 products on the market it can obviously be quite daunting to decide, “Which one?”

To help ease the decision process I have created a comparison chart where you can effortlessly assess each product and its features, price, pros and cons. I have also written several detailed reviews for those devices that I believe to be leading products.

If you would rather not spend a lot of time reading reviews, please take a look at the article linked here: My Mouthpiece Recommendation. It’s a list of three products which I believe, based on my extensive experience, are the best options available to people who suffer from snoring.