ZquietReviewer.com Corrects Misconceptions About Zquiet

ZquietReviewer.com Corrects Misconceptions About Zquiet

Bridgeport, CT (PR Buzz) May 3, 2013 -- It's estimated that just over 40% of people over the age of 40 have an issue with snoring to some degree and that 59% of these respondents report having to share a bed with an uncomfortable, sleepless partner. Sufferers certainly aren't alone in their search for something that can eliminate their partner's snoring once and for all, but with the market so thoroughly saturated with options, it can be difficult to settle on just one device. Fortunately, the writers at www.zquietreviewer.com have nominated the Zquiet as their product of choice, but reviewers haven't been so agreeable with the writers' notions. No, it's not because the majority of users are left dissatisfied (quite the opposite actually), but there are a few prevalent issues within the product's user base.

To begin, the Zquiet is a dental appliance that builds on the idea of an MRS, which is otherwise known as a Mandibular Responding Splint. These devices are meant to position the jaw in such a way so that it's held in a more relaxed, "open" position. When used as a device to treat snoring, it's believed that an MRS like Zquiet would allow a higher level of airflow into the user and alleviate muscular constrictions that create the favourable conditions for snoring. Yes, Zquiet has been proven to work according to the writers at ZquietReviewer.com, but the website has also gone on to address the concerns that many users have reported when using the device.

First, tooth pain is a widely complained about aspect. Some users report poor conformity to their teeth. It's important to note that the Zquiet isn't a unique orthodontic device, rather it's a mass produced product that was molded with a specific user in mind. With that being said, it's not only going to fit one user according to the website. Its manufacturer created the device out of a flexible plastic, which has the consistency of rubber. This allows the Zquiet to flex to the wearer's teeth and will snugly fit the greater majority of users. The manufacturer also openly states that the device can be cut with small scissors to "improve fit and comfort". The website claims that doing this won't explicitly void a user's warranty.

Slipping is another commonly reported concern when using Zquiet. Again, this is solved by cutting the device to the wearer's exact needs and doing this won't void a warranty claim according to the website, since the act is openly approved by the manufacturer's website.

This is by no means a complete list of concerns and the website's writers are regularly scanning various channels on the Internet to report on newly developing issues. Its content is regularly updated and ZquietReviewer.com is tentatively set to become the go-to resource for all things related to the device.

About Zquiet Reviewer

ZquietReviewer.Com was launched on March 03, 2013. It is billed as offering quality information related to the Zquiet device, which is presented in an easy-to-read weblog format.

Samuel Williams
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