F*ck me... A snoring and apnea product that actually works!

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  1. Dean Wormer

    Dean Wormer Well-Known Member

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    Like many of you, I have tried everything, the drops, mouthpieces, nosebands, all of it and none of it worked.

    I saw this product and tried it because they said I could return it in 60 days and believe me, I was gonna ship that motherfucker back. (even marked it on my phone calendar with an alarm)

    Well, I'll be damned if this thing didn't work. My wife says I do not snore at all when I use it and I'm waking up from good sleep. Now the downside. First this shit is not covered by insurance! They cover all that other shit that doesn't work including them big ass gas mask CPAP machines. Well all this company can do is offer easy payment so I took those. Also, the mouthpiece thing takes some time getting used to.

    Anyway check it out: here's the site: http://apnicure.com

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    Wallflower1118 VIP Extreme Gold

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    how much $$
     
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    GodsWForecast Well-Known Member

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    Who-Me? Well-Known Member

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    I gave the CPAP machine a good try. Used it for a year each night. It was a pain in the ass and it made me feel shitty about myself (looser like). I'm 52, 5'9", 160 lbs., full head of hair, no gray and rather fit, there is nothing to feel shitty about there.

    I went to a dentist that fits you for the Somnomed. Mine didn't do that kind of work so I had to select a new person for the job. It was a one and done, I've not seen that dentist since. I've worn the Somnomed for a little over two years now and it seems to work great. If it ever fails I'm not going back to the CPAP. Whatever the latest surgery option is available is what I will try next.

    The Somnomed cost me $2,400 but it was well wort it.

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    Who-Me? Well-Known Member

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    Well that's old and stale, I didn't realize the last post was from December.
     
  6. SlipperyVic

    SlipperyVic Head Chad In Charge VIP

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    You guys need to try a Zyppah.

    My friend Jimmy swears by it.
     
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