AirSnore Review

AirSnore is a natural combination of sleep aid that includes a soft plastic mouthpiece that molds to the inside of your mouth and a bottle of sleeping drops. These tools can be used separately or together to increase overall sleep quality and reduce snoring to increase the quality of your partner’s sleep. If you suffer from restless sleep or snoring, this product is specifically designed to help you claim a better night’s sleep that can improve your overall mood and health.

Sleep is more than a habit that we feel compelled to do every night, it is a necessary aspect of life that works to help “restart” the general processes of the body. In fact, there are some critical processes that are only active, or at least more active, during sleep. For example, growth hormones are released at a faster rate during sleep, which can greatly support certain body functions (such as digestion) and stimulate cell repair as a whole. This is a process that can only be accomplished properly while you sleep, and if you are not getting regular, restful sleep, then it is likely that your body is not functioning to its full capacity.

There are numerous sleep aids available to try to improve the quality of sleep, and AirSnore is one of them. In particular, AirSnore is an excellent alternative to bulky C-PAP machines (or other night breathing devices) and complicated surgeries. Even better, the mouthpiece does not require a professional adjustment, which means that after purchasing the product, you do not need to pay any additional money to start using your mouthpiece.

AirSnore Drops are a blend of essential oils from natural ingredients used primarily when you have difficulty sleeping. It is said that the drops can clear blocked airways and increase the overall quality of breathing, so you can fall asleep and stay asleep longer.

AirSnore Ingredients

The following ingredients are the natural components included in AirSnore Drops:

  • Helanthus annuus Seed Oil (Sunflower) – Contains a high amount of vitamin E, which is good for the skin and hair, and functions as a carrier oil for the other ingredients in the drops.
  • Eucalyptus globulus leaf oil – This herb is a natural decongestant that can effectively loosen and clear persistent mucus that causes congestion and coughing. The oil also effectively dilates blood vessels and increases the overall oxygen passing through the body.
  • Lavender angustifolia flower oil (lavender) – Lavender is a natural relaxant that can be used to induce and promote healthy sleep. It also has antibacterial properties and can function as an effective decongestant to help improve overall breathing quality.
  • Mentha Piperita Leaf Oil (Peppermint) – Peppermint is an excellent decongestant that can also be used to treat muscle aches and pains. It can cleanse the sinuses, relieve sore throat and relieve all kinds of body aches to help improve the quality of sleep.
  • Pinus sylvestris Leaf Oil – This herb works to loosen mucus in the lungs and respiratory system in general so that, while you sleep, you can breathe better. Scots pine also has some natural pain-relieving properties.

The AirSnore mouthpiece is probably made of a moldable plastic shape that is common in the sleep and teeth grinding industry. However, their website does not offer more information about the specific ingredients or materials that make up the AirSnore mouthpiece.

How It Works

The mouthpiece works by slightly opening the jaw so that the upper airways are clear and can receive air easily. This method reduces your overall tendency to snore and can help you breathe more easily at night. It fits comfortably in the mouth and can be adjusted to any size and shape of mouth. Simply place the mouthpiece in hot water for 5 to 10 minutes, remove it from the water and let it cool a little (but not too much), insert the mouthpiece into your mouth, bite firmly (but not too hard or you could damage the mouthpiece), remove the newly dented mouthpiece and immerse it in ice water so that the material can harden again. Once it is hard, your tooth impressions will remain, and the mouthpiece should fit comfortably in your mouth.


AirSnore Drops can be applied to the chest, neck, or under the nostrils before bedtime to help decrease congestion and promote healthy sleep. Compared to other medications to help you sleep, AirSnore Drops do not have sedative properties that can sometimes have harmful addictive properties. In addition, AirSnore Drops do not completely relax the neck muscles, which can make snoring worse. These are a natural sleep remedy that focuses on cleaning the airways and helping to ensure better nighttime sleep.

Advantages and disadvantages

Pros: The AirSnore mouthpiece can help reduce your propensity to snore, which can drastically improve your health and your sleep. Snoring is caused when the muscles in your throat and nose relax during sleep, narrowing your airways and making air move faster through them. This rapid flow of air can cause the tissues of the nose and throat to vibrate, causing snoring. In addition to being an annoying habit that can disrupt your partner’s sleep, snoring is also a warning sign of deeper problems in your own health.

Snoring can cause you to wake up in the middle of the night, sometimes several times, interrupting your deepest sleep cycle and can cause irritability, fatigue and a lack of necessary functions that can only occur when the body is at rest. Snoring can also be a sign of obstructive sleep apnea, which is a sign that the airways close while you are sleeping, which can cause a number of health problems.

AirSnore Drops clear the airways and relieve congestion to provide a better night’s sleep. Quality sleep is essential for the body to repair cells and perform certain processes that can only be performed while you sleep. The use of these drops made from natural herbal oils helps promote healthy sleep patterns that will leave you feeling energetic, concentrated and ready to take the day.

Disadvantages: It’s expensive enough for a device that doesn’t allow for a finer custom fit. In addition, it would be difficult (if not impossible) for people with crowns, implants, bridges or dentures to wear out. When you first start using the device, there is a good chance that you will experience some jaw pain and a greater tendency to drool. These will most likely ease and diminish over time.

Benefits of AirSnore

Because lack of quality sleep and snoring can cause (or signal) more serious health problems, the benefit of the AirSnore mouthpiece and drops is that it allows you to achieve a more restful sleep in general. Using one or both of these products may help:

  • Reduce dry mouth
  • Reduce morning sore throats
  • Increase energy levels
  • Improve overall mood
  • Reduce the frequency of headaches
  • Improve overall sleep quality
  • Reduce feelings of depression and anxiety
  • Improve the quality of breathing while sleeping
  • Reduce congestion
  • Promotes healthy sleep

The AirSnore mouthpiece is also very comfortable year round, and has a hole in the center of its design that accommodates mouth breathing. The mouthpiece can be easily molded to form a custom fit for almost any mouth in a short period of time without the need for professional assistance. It is also developed in an FDA approved facility and comes with a 60 day money back guarantee if you are not satisfied with the performance of the mouthpiece.


Both the mouthpiece and drops are highly effective in helping you reduce your overall tendency to snore and keep your sinuses clean. The drops are also completely drug-free and natural, meaning that they have no unwanted addictive qualities or possible harmful side effects that are common with pharmaceutical sleep aids. Together, the two products work to promote your body’s ability to fall asleep, stay asleep, breathe better and reduce snoring.

Side effects

The AirSnore mouthpiece can cause jaw pain and a greater tendency to drool while in use. These side effects are likely to go away over time as your body gets used to using the device.

AirSnore Drops have no known side effects since they are made from natural herbal oils, but it is always a good idea to talk to your doctor about starting any form of supplement or medication, especially if you are already taking prescription drugs.

Customer Feedback

Most customer feedback on AirSnore is positive. In particular, customers enjoy the combination of mouthpiece and drops that have worked to dramatically improve overall sleep quality and health. There is general dissatisfaction with the lack of information the manufacturer’s website provides about certain aspects of their products, but in general this does not prevent consumers from using AirSnore and praising its benefits.

Common customer complaints about the AirSnore nozzle include:

  • The long period of adjustment (possibly several days to a week) that can limit the quality of sleep.
  • Drooling and general increase in saliva production
  • Difficulty finding the right fit
  • Uncomfortable fit that keeps the mouth open (requires getting used to)
  • May cause dry mouth the first few nights because it forces mouth breathing
  • The uncomfortable feeling of being unable to swallow (requires getting used to)

The most common complaints about AirSnore drops include:

  • Don’t last long (definitely don’t last all night)
  • Similar in smell and function to the commercial Vapor Rub, which is much cheaper.

Even with these complaints, most of the customer feedback remains very positive about AirSnore and its sleep aid products. In fact, most complaints about the particular mouthpiece are based on issues that require a certain degree of adjustment, which is not surprising, since a plastic mouthpiece is not a natural aspect of the human mouth.

Price and Offers

By itself, the AirSnore nozzle is offered by the manufacturer’s main site for 44.8€ AirSnore Drops sell for 40.31€. However, if you buy the two products together, you pay €80.67, which represents a saving of around €26.90. There are no other stores (physical or online) that offer the AirSnore at any price.


How do I use the AirSnore nozzle?

The nozzle should be submerged in hot water to soften the material. After a few minutes, it can be removed from the hot water and allowed to cool enough so that the inside of the mouth does not burn. Then place the device in your mouth and bite the material hard enough to make an impression of your teeth, but not so hard that it bites through the device. As the material cools, it molds to the teeth and to the shape of the mouth. Once you have finished molding, you can remove the mouthpiece and place it in a container of ice water to harden the device.

If you don’t succeed with an adjustment the first time, simply start over by placing the nozzle in hot water one more time. Once you have the perfect fit, simply place the molded mouthpiece in your mouth before going to bed.


Is the AirSnore mouthpiece comfortable to wear?

Yes, the AirSnore mouthpiece is designed to sit comfortably in your mouth and gently manipulate your jaw so that better quality airflow can enter your mouth and nose to help reduce snoring. With the initial nozzle setting, the device adapts to your mouth and can be adjusted at any time by repeating the process.

Can I use the AirSnore mouthpiece if I have dentures?

Whether or not the AirSnore mouthpiece fits the denture depends on the specific situation of the individual. Individuals who wear dentures, have crowns or bridges, are missing teeth, or are curious about the fit of the AirSnore mouthpiece can talk to their dentist about whether or not such a mouthpiece would be a good fit for their mouth and lifestyle.

How do I care for my AirSnore mouthpiece?

It is best to clean the mouthpiece after each use to reduce the buildup of bacteria. The mouthpiece can be soaked in water for 10 to 15 minutes (you can mix a little toothpaste in the water for extra fresh mint cleaning) and then let it dry completely before your next use. Dentures cleaning solutions can also effectively clean the mouthpiece.

What else can I do to stop snoring?

There are four main causes of snoring: sleeping on your back, obesity, smoking, and nighttime alcohol consumption. To try to reduce your propensity to snore, take a look at this list and determine which of these four areas you can improve to increase your overall health and, in turn, reduce your snoring.

The sleeping position may not matter if you are a particularly deep snorer, but if that’s not the case, the sleeping side or stomach are the preferred positions to stop snoring. If your body naturally resorts to sleeping on your back while you sleep, you can try sleeping on tennis balls (you can sew one or two in your pajamas) to condition your body and find that sleeping on your back is uncomfortable so that, while you sleep, you roll back to your side. If you can’t stop sleeping on your back, consider using more pillows or another head-lifting device or pillow that can help open your airways better.

Obesity and an unhealthy lifestyle in general can contribute to snoring greatly because the extra weight puts pressure on the body in general, including the respiratory system and airways. Increased exercise and a healthier diet can help you reduce weight and, in turn, reduce your tendency to snore.

Smoking increases congestion and constriction of the lungs, nose, and throat, in addition to its many other health hazards. If you are a smoker and are suffering from excessive snoring, it is time to try to stop smoking so that you can improve your overall respiratory health.

Alcohol has a natural tendency to loosen muscles throughout the body, including the airways, which can increase your propensity to snore. If you drink just before bedtime, you are even more likely to start snoring. To prevent this, avoid drinking alcoholic beverages within three hours of going to bed.

Throughout your struggle to reduce your snoring and achieve better nighttime sleep, AirSnore can help make the transition easier, less troublesome, and more successful.

Where to buy

Both the AirSnore nozzle and AirSnore droplets can only be purchased through the manufacturer’s main site, which can be found here.