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Anyone tried "ultimate stop snoring solution"?

Postby ucemmy22 » Sun Feb 26, 2012 2:00 pm

Hi all! Newbie here. Just diagnosed with mild hypopnea (AHI=6, hypopnea only, no snoring whatsoever) and idopathic hypersomnia. Doc suggested I try out the mouthpiece idea, to see if relieving the hypopnea can help my sleepiness (12-18 hours on the weekends is the absolute norm. Wish i was one of those people who were up and showered and ready to do something by noon! But i'm not :-(

Anyhow, I just ordered the "ultimate stop snoring solution" to see if this would help. Doc suggested trying this before dumping $$$$$ into an actual dental device.

Anyone have experience with this? Should be receiving it in a bit.

I ordered the "nose breather" type.. not sure what this means. I tend to breath both through the nose and mouth.

Thanks!

Em
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Re: Anyone tried "ultimate stop snoring solution"?

Postby chilliman64 » Sun Mar 04, 2012 7:11 am

hi Em

I haven't tried the USSS, but I have tried the Zquiet. I was tempted to try the Zquiet as I had a number of consecutive nights with mask problems both nasal and nasal pillows and leakage was frustrating me to the point I was just taking the mask off so I could 'sleep'. my wife saw the Zquiet ad so I bought one and it works fine, no more snoring, I'm dreaming so REM-sleep seems to be returning, I'm feeling fresher and not wanting to doze off 20 times a day so I'd say that I'm experiencing a positive result from this item - happy days! it's also a lot easier to adapt to than a hose and mask so I guess I'm lucky.

I am now pursuing other mandibular advancement devices and will see how I go. I guess I may go with a splint but if I can find a cheaper option that works then I'll be even happier. my Sleep Specialist was surprised that it worked for me given the severity of my apnea (AHI 42) and he advised that eventually (as I age) I may need to return to cpap (it did work for me, I just need to sort out my mask issues) but while the mandibular options work for me then I'll continue with them.

please post your results with the USSS as I have looked at that and it's 'on my list'.
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AHI 43 21 42
ORD 33 5 33
OA 14 31 16
REM Duration 3% (12mins)
Diagnosed - 4th Oct 2011
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Re: Anyone tried "ultimate stop snoring solution"?

Postby a.b.luisi,d.m.d. » Sun Mar 04, 2012 10:28 am

chilliman64 wrote:hi Em

I haven't tried the USSS, but I have tried the Zquiet. I was tempted to try the Zquiet as I had a number of consecutive nights with mask problems both nasal and nasal pillows and leakage was frustrating me to the point I was just taking the mask off so I could 'sleep'. my wife saw the Zquiet ad so I bought one and it works fine, no more snoring, I'm dreaming so REM-sleep seems to be returning, I'm feeling fresher and not wanting to doze off 20 times a day so I'd say that I'm experiencing a positive result from this item - happy days! it's also a lot easier to adapt to than a hose and mask so I guess I'm lucky.

I am now pursuing other mandibular advancement devices and will see how I go. I guess I may go with a splint but if I can find a cheaper option that works then I'll be even happier. my Sleep Specialist was surprised that it worked for me given the severity of my apnea (AHI 42) and he advised that eventually (as I age) I may need to return to cpap (it did work for me, I just need to sort out my mask issues) but while the mandibular options work for me then I'll continue with them.

please post your results with the USSS as I have looked at that and it's 'on my list'.

I am a dentist working in dental sleep medicine. At your level of severity (AHI=42) it is imperative that you go with the very best OA for severes, which is the TAP3. Since you have already gotten at least significant relief with some lesser OA's, the chances that the TAP3 will be sufficient for you would be good.
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Re: Anyone tried "ultimate stop snoring solution"?

Postby snoringandmad » Tue Aug 21, 2012 11:04 am

The My Snoring Solutions product did not work for me and they will not return phone calls or answer emails. I have sent it back following their instructions found on the return policy page which has a very small link at the very bottom of their website. They say they need to charge 25% plus shipping for a medical waste return fee. I sent it back but no response and no refund. Their website and supposed guarantee look good so I tried it. Big mistake. I wish I had read the product reviews first. Most of them speak directly to their policy of ignoring refund requests from dissatisfied customers. I DO NOT RECOMMEND the MY SNORING SOLUTIONS product.
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Re: Anyone tried "ultimate stop snoring solution"?

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Re: Anyone tried "ultimate stop snoring solution"?

Postby drdon » Fri Jul 26, 2013 7:55 am

The My Snoring Solutions product is a chin strap and is not related to the Ultimate Stop Snoring Solution product of 3 anti snoring mouthpieces, sleep therapy guide and diagnosis guide. A chin strap, because of its design, actually pulls back on the lower jaw and can consequently pushes the tongue back toward the soft palate and back wall of the airway, which will block the air flow and increase snoring and/or sleep apnea. Because of this, chin straps should not be used as a stand alone treatment for snoring or sleep apnea. Chin straps can be an aid when used in conjunction with CPAP to prevent mouth breathing. With nasal CPAP, air is being forced through the nose (by using a CPAP nasal mask) and the strong flow of air will keep the airway open and overcome any negative aspects of pulling the lower jaw back if a chin strap is used.
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Re: Anyone tried "ultimate stop snoring solution"?

Postby Robert13 » Thu Oct 17, 2013 8:03 am

Hi...
I havent tried "ultimate stop snoring solution" yet, but recently I bought a Sona Pillow. I am using this pillow from last week and this anti snoring pillow is really very effective. 85% snoaring problem is solved, now my wife not complaining about snoring every morning.
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