I never mind my snoring when I was still single. I am independent and lived by myself since I started working in the city. For me, snoring meant I had a good night sleep. As they say, I sleep very soundly. This thinking changed when I met Cindy.
I clued her in regarding my snoring issue, and she said that it was all right. Great, right? Not really. We were fine until we went camping together. It was a very romantic day. I just proposed to her on top of the mountain, and she said “Yes!” I was literally on top of the world that moment.
But things turned sour the following morning when she discovered that I turn to a chainsaw when I sleep. She said she would have fallen asleep better with mosquitoes in our tent than me. I was ready to laugh, but her face was dead serious. I felt that she was reconsidering the answer she gave me yesterday.
The following day, she gave me a box. I already assumed it was the ring, but to my surprise, it was a mouth guard. She told me it was Zyppah. I did not know what it was for, so she explained that it was an anti-snoring device that she was using.
She told me that it was okay that I have a snoring problem but she was just aghast that I am not using anything to address it. That was the reason why she was so upset last time. She wanted me to give the product a try so I looked up the zyppah review to see what other people think about this device. The product came with a 90-day guarantee so she can still return the Zyppah if it does not work.
Cindy helped me with the fitting process. It was very easy. We just need to prepare hot and cold water. After soaking the Zyppah in hot water for about 45 to 60 seconds, the plastic softened, and I made a cast of my teeth to get a good fit. It was the first time I had something in my mouth like that, so it felt a little uncomfortable. Cindy assured me that it is perfectly normal to feel that way because my mouth is still adjusting to the device.
After getting a good cast of my teeth, we soaked the Zyppah in cold water to cool it down. I tried the mouth guard again, and it fits me perfectly. Cindy told me that the device works by keeping my jaws forward so that my air passage is clear all the time. She also said that the elastic band is meant to keep my tongue in place so that it will not obstruct my air passage, too.
The moment of truth came when it was time to sleep. It felt a bit uncomfortable when I wore it the first time, but it was nothing compared to waking up refreshed beside my equally well-rested partner.
Cindy and I are now married, and we can never go to bed without our Zyppah. I do not feel the discomfort I felt when I first tried the product anymore. The product is effective, and we hope other people will give it a try to solve their snoring problem. Thank you Zyppah for the good night sleep!