What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Intelliguard Pro Dental Mouth Guard – Bruxism Nighttime Sleep Mouthguard for Grinding Teeth – Night Guard for Clenching & Gnashing – Moldable & Adjustable – Soft, Thin & Comfortable?

A total of 7 reviews of this product on Reddit.

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5th Jan 2022

This thing helped me: Intelliguard Pro Dental Mouth Guard – Bruxism Nighttime Sleep Mouthguard for Grinding Teeth – Night Guard for Clenching & Gnashing – Moldable & Adjustable – Soft, Thin & Comfortable https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BTFB6TK/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_XRZGBH2DM4W9RZQZ4V9E

Not super convenient but effective

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7th Jun 2018

Yeah, I would wake up a ton. When it was getting really bad, I would wake up and I’ll be able to fall asleep for 2 hours, I agree with the getting up an hour or two after going to bed and then not really being able to fall back asleep. I got some very inexpensive mouth guards from Amazon, which pretty much completely cured me. I went to the dentist at the doctor referred me to in a very nice part of town, and was quoted $6,000 us for a mouthguard of which insurance will only cover 40%. If you’re interested, I’d suggest trying this.

Bite Guard Intelliguard Pro Bruxism Mouthpiece Adjustable Night Guard Sleep Aid Sleep Eliminator https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BTFB6TK/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_aRtgBb9AP1TXR

Other people can speak to it more, but it is also possible to buy a used auto CPAP on Craigslist often for around $400.

My sleep doc was a complete waste of time and money. I kept waiting for appointments and results to come back, and in the end I mouth care that I found an Amazon after I researched it myself is what what fixed it.

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15th Jul 2020

I tried the following and had really good results. It was a cheap test to see whether or not I got a meaningful change before I invested in a professional one. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BTFB6TK

I got a similar thing with CPAP. I was prescribed a CPAP but still feel like garbage on it, and I’ve tried both a bilevel and ASV and feel better but not great.

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22nd Feb 2020

I saw a new model CPAP on Second wild CPAP for $350, and there are cheaper older ones. I honestly wish I had skipping the doc mess and wait and just done that for myself.

Or record your snoring with snorelabs app, I would obviously gasp for air, video record your sleep, or get an oxygen meter for overnight is apparently cheap on Amazon, or https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BTFB6TK I got that and I got me through the 6 month wait for dentist then CPAP. I have some tooth wear and movement, but honestly I’m happy I don’t choke to death at night and I’m not using it now that my CPAP is dialed in using free Oscar software and forum reading, so teeth are moving back slowly.

My issue was due to already snoring some, a bit of weight gain, I started having mild allergies (which Claritin and Flonase right before bed and over the counter fix) and a mild milk allergy which caused my airways to swell a bit. I probably have a mix of UARS and sleep apnea.

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17th Jun 2018

A $30 one online for me essentially fixed my issues. I had an AHI of 2 on my side and 9 on my back. It also doesn’t really help me at the lowest pack setting and it’s not until my lower front teeth are just slightly in front of my upper front teeth that I get good nights of sleep. I also have cut out Dairy since I get inflammation from that. I have less events on my side so I sleep with a body pillow, or I actually sleep best on my couch which the back keeps me fixed on my side. I use a pretty aggressive tilt from a firm pillow, which also keeps my head in place. I’ve been using both Zyrtec and Flonase to clear up indoor allergies.

I decided to try the device after my waiting for what seemed forever for another appointment for my doctor. I was desperate and looking to see if anything would work. My doctor eventually gave me a referral to a sleep apnea dentist, who quoted me 6k and insurance would only cover 60%. Phone number of newer ones online, so I tried that and got good sleep.

https://www.sleepassociation.org/sleep-treatments/snoring-mouthpieces/

There are bunch of different options. I went with the one below because it was a cheap Chinese knock-off, I wanted to see if it works for me.

https://www.amazon.com/Bite-Guard-Intelliguard-Mouthpiece-Adjustable/dp/B07BTFB6TK

The first night I used it advanced enough I felt much better and slept through the night. After three nights of good sleep, I felt totally normal again.

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16th Aug 2020

I tried https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BTFB6TK/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_e5koFbA6MDH6C
And got huge improvement. I would try this or something like it in the meantime.

I also realized that if I push my head forward it opens on my airway, so I sleep in a very weird position that effectively is terrible posture but improves my sleep.