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Snoring Loud With Mouth Open

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CPAP Giving You Troubles?

Are you still waking with headaches, & dry nasal passages and extremely dry mouth?

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Dr. Dakota’s CPAP Accessory Will Help

It stabilizes the Jaw, aligning the airway a little better, helping to correct the respiratory mechanics…

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Dry Mouth & Throat is Common with a CPAP

Just because you wear a CPAP, doesn’t mean your mouth won’t fall open while you’re sleeping.

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Now Your Dreaming Again!

Now the Forced Air from your CPAP is directed where it needs to go….No More Drying Out….and You’re dreaming again!

If you Snore Loudly with your Mouth Open or Closed, and Wake Up Gasping for Air, It's time to get checked out by a Sleep Clinic Doctor

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Stop Snoring! Re-Boot The Brain With Quality Sleep!

A Simple, Logical Device

Some People Snore Loud on occasion. Most commonly, when their mouth falls open. Our Product helps to Lower the Volume of Loud Snoring, simply by keeping the mouth closed more comfortably than other devices you may have used. It's made of Memory Foam with a Patented Anti-Microbial, Dust Mite Resistant, Jacquard Velvet Covering. It's secured in place with a fastening strap, adjustable from 10-21 inch Neck Circumference.

Are You Waking Gasping For Air?

Some people who Snore Loud, usually experience symptoms of Sleep Apnea, such as waking up suddenly, gasping for air, and always feeling fatigued during the day.. Our Product may help eliminate those scary episodes from ever happening again. In Fact, I bet you'll start dreaming again. A part of sleep that faded away because of your Snoring and Sleep Apnea...

Do You Wear a CPAP?

Like most people who snore, you're still chasing, unable to find the illusive snoring solution. You're trying anything and everything to stop snoring. Now, A simple, logical Snoring Product has proven to comfortably stabilize the jaw, align the airway, directing the forced air where it needs to go, preventing the dryness usually associated with a CPAP Nose Piece or Mask.

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