CRG Survey Reveals Snoring Mouthpiece Solutions Can Be Affordable CPAP Alternatives

NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / September 18, 2014 / Consumer Research Group released this week some important findings about consumer satisfaction with dental snoring solutions such as mouthguards, chin and jaw straps, ePAP etc. and the comparison with cPAP masks.

The survey included 90 sample members between the ages of 25 and 55 across different states, who were suffering from moderate sleep apnea for more than 1 year and were prescribed cPAP machines.

Andrew Michaelson from CRG claims the results are exciting for people who want to make use of a snoring mouthpiece.

Among the bounded response data from consumers, the comfort level on cPAP therapy was compared with whatever snoring mouthpiece the consumer used. The survey only included participants whose comfort level on cPAP therapy was not more than 6 on a scale of 1-10 where 10 is most comfortable.

Anti snoring mouthpieces were rated by participants on a scale of 1-10 on criteria such as Efficiency, comfort, cost, overall user satisfaction and whether participants would like to switch to the mouthpiece from cPAP solutions.

Readers can find out more details on their website on how to chose a snoring mouthpiece.

Among the key survey findings:

- More than 55% of the participants responded they'll use a snoring mouthpiece instead of a cPAP

- Tongue holding mouthpieces received the highest overall satisfaction ratings followed by adjustable snoring mouthpiece

- "Comfort" and "Ease of use" were cited as the most prominent reasons for switching to the mouthpiece

- Chin straps and jaw holders received the lowest ratings from participants in terms of efficiency

- Nasal cPAP users were most likely to stick to their cPAP

Andrew Michaelson, chief product reviewer at CRG explained -"While our sample size is quite small and the survey methodology might have flaws, the findings are still significant, if not ground-breaking. However, if you are a cPAP user, you must take medical consultation before switching to other snoring solutions. Also understanding both the causes of your snoring and the working mechanism of snoring mouthpiece will help you decide which product is best for you."

To discuss the survey results in more detail including the questionnaire, CRG will be hosting webinars and posting videos on their website explaining the insights from the survey and the mechanism of working of various snoring mouthpieces.

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SOURCE: Consumer Research Group