If you have a snoring problem, it may not bother you, but I bet whoever shares a bed with you isn't too pleased.
I just came across a device called PureSleep ($60) that claims to eliminate snoring. Basically you wear a mouth guard at night that holds your lower jaw slightly forward while you snooze. Moving the jaw forward supposedly helps widen your airway so when you breathe, air isn't being forced down a narrow tube, making that deep snoring sound. I am a bit skeptical. Even if it does work, I bet you end up drooling all over your pillow. It reminds me all too much of my 8th grade retainer (shudder), and I think I'd rather deal with snoring than have to wear a piece of plastic in my mouth for the rest of my life.
Apparently some people are super-excited about this self-molding mouthpiece. To see the commercial for PureSleep and meet some happy users read more.
What do you think? Would you give PureSleep a try?