Best anti-snoring devices Australia (updated 2022)

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Anti snoring devices australia


The Sleep Health Foundation estimates that between 30% – 40% of people in Australia snore.  But, snoring doesn’t just affect the snorer, it can also make it hard for partners and family members to get adequate sleep.  In fact, snoring is one of the leading causes of divorce, according to a recent American study.  Read on to find out about the most popular anti-snoring devices in Australia. Skip to the comparison of Anti-Snoring Devices Australia.

What is snoring?

Snoring is basically noisy breathing while a person is asleep.  The sound can be described as hoarse snorting noise.  It occurs when the muscles and tissues in the roof of the mouth, tongue, and throat relax while sleeping.  This relaxation can cause the throat to narrow and vibrate as a person breathes.

What is snoring

Snoring is common, particularly in men.   However, snoring can be indicative of a more serious health condition, such as Sleep Apnea.  We recommend seeking medical advice before you try any of the products below.

What causes snoring?

The causes of snoring are varied.  Here are a few possible risk factors:

Anti-snoring devices Australia

There are many ways to reduce snoring.  Choosing the right snoring solution will depend on the cause of your snoring.  Check with your Doctor if you are unsure what device, if any, would suit you.
Products to stop snoring traditionally fall into three broad categories; oral devices, nasal devices, and devices that help keep your mouth closed.  Chin support straps or tape can be used to keep the mouth closed during the night to reduce snoring.  Oral and nasal stop snoring solutions are a little more complex and we will explain in more detail below.
However, there have been recent innovations in snoring solutions that attempt to treat snoring in other ways.  For example, there are anti-snoring pillows designed to reduce snoring, and products like Smart Nora which vibrates and almost wakes you when you snore.

Mandibular advancement device for snoring

A mandibular advancement device is a type of oral anti-snoring device.  These products look like mouth guards and are designed to move the lower part of your jaw forward slightly to open up the airway.  You can experiment with how this would work now by pushing out your lower jaw and trying to make a snoring noise.  If it is much harder to snore with your lower jaw out then a mandibular advancement device might be for you.  Mandibular advancement devices vary in material, customisation, and durability.  Check out some of the options on the table below to see what works for you.  Check out our article on stop snoring mouthpieces to find out more.

Nasal dilator for snoring

Nasal anti-snoring devices work by gently opening up the nostrils to allow proper nasal breathing.  This can reduce the likelihood of mouth-breathing, which is when a lot of people’s snoring occurs.  Nasal dilators come in different shapes and sizes. Some offer a trial pack with all the size options so that you can try them at home and decide which size is right for you.

A comparison of anti-snoring devices Australia


NameImageTypePrice (AU$)Country of Origin
VitalSleep
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Vital Sleep Mandibular advancement device$107.02USA
Good Morning Snore SolutionGood Morning Snore Solution Tongue stabilisation mouthpiece$168.12Canada
Mute SnoringMute Snoring Nasal device$33.95 for 3 packAustralia
Snore CircleSnore Circle Muscle stimulator$546.21USA
SomnifixSomnifix Mouth strips$45.85USA
SnoreRXSnoreRX Mandibular advancement device$168.21USA
RipSnoreRipSnore Mandibular advancement device$69.95Australia
SnoreMDSnoreMD Mandibular advancement device$202.95USA
Snop Snoring Nose ApparatusSnop Snoring Nose Apparatus Nasal device$69.95Australia
Smart NoraSmart Nora Non-contact device$514.42USA

The information on this table is correct at time of publishing.  Please be aware that prices may change.  Some of the prices that we converted from other currencies will vary with the exchange rate.  All prices include the cost of postage to Australia, to allow a fair comparison.  If you know of any corrections please contact us.
Please note:  This article is not to be used as medical advice.  Always speak to a medical professional before using sleep products or anti-snoring devices to make sure they are right for you.   This post contains affiliate links.


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31 replies
  1. Karen says:

    This is great! I have had trouble finding a pillow for snoring and now I see there is so many. Thanks for this. I am going to order for my husband today!

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  2. Wardria says:

    I think I will try the Ovela one. I like the look of it and I want to ease my snoring when my partner is over.

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  3. Paige W says:

    This is exactly what I was searching for! I’m in Australian and thought all these types of pillows were overseas. Thanks for including all of these. I like the KillaPilla. I have just ordered a second one for my partner as well.

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  4. Ouida says:

    This excellent website definitely has all the information and facts I wanted about this subject and didn’t know who to ask. |

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    • Wendy Cooper says:

      My father has been a bad snores all my life. He is not over weight. Had every machine you could think of but nothing worked. He went to a seminar where they said tape works well. He is 95 now in great health. Running his farm. He has never looked back since he used tape.

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  5. Helena says:

    I had no idea there were so many different types of anti snoring things. there really is something for everyone. I think I’ll try the nose one on my husband. thanks for writing this.

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  6. Blanche says:

    I need this so much. I cannot stop snoring. Thanks for all the valuable and detailed information. Everything else on the web is so confusing!

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  7. dedra says:

    Great article. I think I’ll start with the mouth ones. Its weird hwo when you put out your bottom jaw you can’t make the snoring noise.

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  8. Tiffany Khyla says:

    I’m so lucky that my boyfriend and I aren’t snorers. I do know some people who have this problem though. I’ll have to share this post with them.

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  9. Phaytea's Pulse says:

    This is really detailed and I have learnt new reasons. How bad should snoring get before you find a device… I feel losing weight and sleeping before getting exhausted can help

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    • TheDeepSleepCo says:

      Thanks for reading. If snoring is becoming a problem for you or your partner it might be time to seek help from your Doctor. You are right about losing weight and not being overtired. These things are known to reduce snoring.

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