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ZQuiet 2-Size Comfort System
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  • Size #1: Advances Jaw +2mm 
  • Size #2: Advances Jaw +6mm 
  • Protective Storage Case

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  • Size #1: Advances Jaw +2mm
  • Size #2: Advances Jaw +6mm 
  • Protective Storage Case

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The ZQuiet 2-Size Starter Pack provides 2 separate mouthpieces that advance the lower jaw. Moving the jaw forward widens the airway to effectively quiet the snoring sounds.

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  • ZQuiet 2-Size Comfort System  
  • ZQuiet Clean 
  • ZQuiet Breathe
  • ZQuiet Chin-UP

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The Snoring Elimination Set offers a combination of the most effective snoring treatment solutions to maximize results and increase the likelihood of success

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Snoring Elimination Set Includes:

  • ZQuiet Mouthpiece

    Moves the lower jaw forward to widen the airway to prevent snoring noises. Includes 2 advancement sizes to optimize the fit and performance.

  • ZQuiet Breathe

    Nasal breathing aid opens air passages to quiet nighttime breathing noises to enhance airflow and improve sleep quality.

  • ZQuiet Chin-UP

    Easy to apply facial strips that promote nasal breathing and eliminate open-mouth snoring.

  • ZQuiet Clean

    Mint scented anti-bacterial sanitizing foam makes cleaning your Mouthpiece and Breathing aid a breeze.

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ZQuiet Anti-Snoring Mouthpiece

Soft mouthguard gently advances jaw to widen the airway which effectively quiets the snoring sounds in the back of the throat. 

  • Easy to use and works immediately
  • Discreet and easy to wear, and fits both men & women
  • Patented design developed by a dentist
  • FDA Cleared, proven safe and effective

ZQuiet Clean

Mint scented anti-bacterial cleaning solution. 

  • Effective at killing 99.99% of all germs and bacteria. 
  • Removes offensive odors and leaves a fresh mint scent
  • Formulation is BPA, persulfate and chlorine-free
  • The 1.5oz pump is convenient for travel and TSA compliant

ZQuiet Breathe

Nasal breathing aid opens air passages to quiet nighttime breathing noises to enhance airflow and improve sleep quality.

  • Flexible wings gently expand nasal passage and provide custom fit
  • Clinically proven to increase airflow by up to 58%
  • Improves oxygen intake & sleep quality so you wake up rested and refreshed
  • Reusable and easy to clean

ZQuiet Chin-UP

Easy to apply facial strips that gently supports the chin while you sleep. 

  • Eliminates loud open-mouth snoring
  • Promotes healthy nasal breathing
  • Hypoallergenic, latex-free, medical grade material
  • Use with ZQuiet Mouthpiece to reduce dry mouth and securely stabilize the mouthpiece.

Reviews From Real Customers

For too long, we’ve been socialized to believe that snoring is embarrassing and not “ladylike.” It's time for a change!

Our snoring stories can be funny, embarrassing, or downright painful to reveal, but the one thing we all have in common is that if we solve it, life gets better. Relationships improve. Energy rebounds. Health improves. 


Let us help each other bring women’s snoring issues from the darkness into daylight and celebrate the benefits of treating it! 


 Sincerely, Trina Webster - President & Co-Founder, ZQuiet

Common Causes of Snoring for Women

As we age we are more likely to snore.

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Anatomy

People of all ages snore if their airway is narrow or otherwise compromised. This is often due to the anatomy of the nose and throat. Sometimes medical intervention is needed, but you can often avoid surgery by using remedies that open the throat and nasal passages to increase airflow and oxygen intake.

Sleep Position

Lying on your back makes the base of your tongue and soft palate collapse to the back wall of your throat, causing snoring. Sleeping on your side can prevent this and reduce or eliminate snoring. Body pillows promote side sleeping. There are also smaller “positional therapy” devices that help prevent rolling onto your back.

Weight Gain

Did you know that a side effect of snoring is weight gain and vice versa? Losing weight can break this vicious cycle. As we age, women gain an average of 1-2 pounds per year. If you are over your healthy weight, extra fat tissues in your neck compress the upper airway and cause snoring, while extra belly fat compresses the diaphragm, reducing lung capacity and increasing snoring. A healthy body weight feels good and promotes overall health, and it can also reduce snoring and promote better sleep, which helps keep the pounds off.

Sleep Apnea

Most snoring in women is not caused by sleep apnea, but snoring is the most common side effect of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), a medical condition where the airway becomes partially or completely blocked many times during sleep, causing interrupted breathing. The brain triggers adrenaline to stimulate the nervous system to wake up so you can open the airway. Even if you “sleep through it,” your quality of sleep is severely impacted. Research indicates that approximately 1 in 4 women in the US is at high risk for OSA and 90% of them are living with it undiagnosed. If you suspect you may have apnea, it’s important to discuss it with your doctor, because it increases the risk for heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and other serious health conditions. Diagnosis and treatment can require multiple doctor appointments, sleep tests, etc. While you go through that process, it’s helpful to begin treating the snoring immediately by using over-the-counter remedies. Opening the airway to stop the snoring helps improve oxygen intake, resulting in better sleep quality, energy level, mood, relationships, and overall health. Oral appliances (mouthpieces that pull the lower jaw forward) have been shown to be more effective in treating OSA in women than men.

Medications

As we age, it becomes more difficult to sleep soundly through the night, and women tend to turn to sleeping pills. These medications are designed to improve sleep, but they could also be responsible for lowering your quality of sleep. Any medication that has a sedative effect (most sleep aids and antihistamines) increases your chance of snoring by causing the muscles near the airway to slacken. Not only will the snoring keep your bed partner or roommate awake, but it deprives you of the oxygen you need. If you take sleeping pills, or a combination of medications that affect your sleep, consider using a snoring solution to open the airway so the longer hours of sleep are actually providing the quality rest you need.

Allergies

If you are someone with indoor or outdoor allergies that affect your nose, throat, or sinuses, you are probably familiar with the “allergy snore.” Allergies cause inflammation in all of the places that cause snoring, and the last thing you need when suffering from allergy symptoms is to battle poor sleep! Make sure your bedroom is as allergy-proof as possible (bedding, air quality) and use medication to reduce allergy inflammation. A nasal dilator (tiny splint that goes into your nostrils and props them open) is a great way to improve airflow and reduce snoring during allergy season.

Smoking

If you are a smoker, your chances of snoring increase with every cigarette. Smoking causes chronic inflammation in the membranes in the nose and throat which block the airway to cause snoring. There is growing evidence that secondhand smoke can also contribute to snoring, so your smoking habit may affect the quality of sleep of those around you too. If quitting isn’t on your immediate list of goals, you can help open your airway by using an oral appliance.

Alcohol

Winding down your day with a drink or two can be enticing, but studies show the sedative effect causes the muscles near the airway to slacken and out comes that mighty roar (snore). And while alcohol may easily lull you into sleep, it has been scientifically proven to rob you of the deep REM sleep you need, leaving you tired and foggy the next day. Regular alcohol intake initiates a dangerous cycle: poor sleep, snoring, and weight gain, which results in more snoring and lower sleep quality, which causes more weight gain.

Pregnancy

Snoring is common in pregnant women, especially in the last trimester. The extra weight compresses the diaphragm, resulting in decreased lung capacity. This combined with a little extra weight around the neck invites snoring into your already-sleepless nights. Even though it’s temporary for many women, it is still important to treat because oxygen intake is crucial during pregnancy. The baby will take what it needs, leaving Mom exhausted and compromised. Snoring in pregnancy has been linked to increased risk of gestational diabetes and pre-eclampsia. It’s also no time for a full sleep test intervention. Over-the-counter remedies are an excellent way to ensure that mom and baby get the sleep and oxygen they need.

Fatigue

Why do you snore more when you are fatigued? Because you fall into a deeper sleep, which relaxes all the muscles in the body more than usual. Relaxing the muscles in the throat causes the tissues there to vibrate and suddenly you are snoring. If you have a tendency to snore and you know you are overtired, use a snoring remedy to open the airway while you sleep. It will prevent the snoring noise and fill your lungs with the oxygen you need to feel more energetic the next day, helping to break the fatigue cycle with quality rest.

Perimenopause

The greatest disruption in sleep is between perimenopause and menopause. The changes in estrogen and progesterone levels can cause hot flashes, weight gain, insomnia, and snoring. . Our skin and muscle tone lose elasticity and along with it, the tissues of the throat begin to soften and sag. The result? Snoring. This, combined with the tendency to put on weight in the midriff, adds pressure to the diaphragm, which also contributes to snoring. Studies show that by menopause, 20-30% of women develop sleep apnea, so this is a good time to talk to your doctor about your snoring. It’s important to embrace these changes, learn about them, and do everything you can to preserve and promote healthy sleep. With quality sleep and plenty of oxygen in the lungs, the aging process is sure to be smoother.

Menopause

Menopause is a significant milestone in sleep because women are then just as likely to snore as men. One of the many side effects of a lack of estrogen is that our skin and muscle tone lose elasticity and along with it, the tissues of the throat begin to soften and sag. The result? Snoring. This, combined with the tendency to put on weight in the midriff, adds pressure to the diaphragm, which also contributes to snoring. Studies show that by menopause, 20-30% of women develop sleep apnea, so this is a good time to talk to your doctor about your snoring. It’s important to embrace these changes, learn about them, and do everything you can to preserve and promote healthy sleep. With quality sleep and plenty of oxygen in the lungs, the aging process is sure to be smoother.

All content provided on this website is for informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice or meant to provide diagnosis or treatment of any medical condition. Please consult with a physician or other healthcare professional regarding any medical or health-related diagnosis or treatment options.

Learn More About the Indicators

Anatomy

People of all ages snore if their airway is narrow or otherwise compromised. This is often due to the anatomy of the nose and throat. Sometimes medical intervention is needed, but you can often avoid surgery by using remedies that open the throat and nasal passages to increase airflow and oxygen intake.

Sleep Position

Lying on your back makes the base of your tongue and soft palate collapse to the back wall of your throat, causing snoring. Sleeping on your side can prevent this and reduce or eliminate snoring. Body pillows promote side sleeping. There are also smaller “positional therapy” devices that help prevent rolling onto your back.

Weight Gain

Did you know that a side effect of snoring is weight gain and vice versa? Losing weight can break this vicious cycle. As we age, women gain an average of 1-2 pounds per year. If you are over your healthy weight, extra fat tissues in your neck compress the upper airway and cause snoring, while extra belly fat compresses the diaphragm, reducing lung capacity and increasing snoring. A healthy body weight feels good and promotes overall health, and it can also reduce snoring and promote better sleep, which helps keep the pounds off.

Sleep Apnea

Most snoring in women is not caused by sleep apnea, but snoring is the most common side effect of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), a medical condition where the airway becomes partially or completely blocked many times during sleep, causing interrupted breathing. The brain triggers adrenaline to stimulate the nervous system to wake up so you can open the airway. Even if you “sleep through it,” your quality of sleep is severely impacted. Research indicates that approximately 1 in 4 women in the US is at high risk for OSA and 90% of them are living with it undiagnosed. If you suspect you may have apnea, it’s important to discuss it with your doctor, because it increases the risk for heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and other serious health conditions. Diagnosis and treatment can require multiple doctor appointments, sleep tests, etc. While you go through that process, it’s helpful to begin treating the snoring immediately by using over-the-counter remedies. Opening the airway to stop the snoring helps improve oxygen intake, resulting in better sleep quality, energy level, mood, relationships, and overall health. Oral appliances (mouthpieces that pull the lower jaw forward) have been shown to be more effective in treating OSA in women than men.

Medications

As we age, it becomes more difficult to sleep soundly through the night, and women tend to turn to sleeping pills. These medications are designed to improve sleep, but they could also be responsible for lowering your quality of sleep. Any medication that has a sedative effect (most sleep aids and antihistamines) increases your chance of snoring by causing the muscles near the airway to slacken. Not only will the snoring keep your bed partner or roommate awake, but it deprives you of the oxygen you need. If you take sleeping pills, or a combination of medications that affect your sleep, consider using a snoring solution to open the airway so the longer hours of sleep are actually providing the quality rest you need.

Allergies

If you are someone with indoor or outdoor allergies that affect your nose, throat, or sinuses, you are probably familiar with the “allergy snore.” Allergies cause inflammation in all of the places that cause snoring, and the last thing you need when suffering from allergy symptoms is to battle poor sleep! Make sure your bedroom is as allergy-proof as possible (bedding, air quality) and use medication to reduce allergy inflammation. A nasal dilator (tiny splint that goes into your nostrils and props them open) is a great way to improve airflow and reduce snoring during allergy season.

Smoking

If you are a smoker, your chances of snoring increase with every cigarette. Smoking causes chronic inflammation in the membranes in the nose and throat which block the airway to cause snoring. There is growing evidence that secondhand smoke can also contribute to snoring, so your smoking habit may affect the quality of sleep of those around you too. If quitting isn’t on your immediate list of goals, you can help open your airway by using an oral appliance.

Alcohol

Winding down your day with a drink or two can be enticing, but studies show the sedative effect causes the muscles near the airway to slacken and out comes that mighty roar (snore). And while alcohol may easily lull you into sleep, it has been scientifically proven to rob you of the deep REM sleep you need, leaving you tired and foggy the next day. Regular alcohol intake initiates a dangerous cycle: poor sleep, snoring, and weight gain, which results in more snoring and lower sleep quality, which causes more weight gain.

Pregnancy

Snoring is common in pregnant women, especially in the last trimester. The extra weight compresses the diaphragm, resulting in decreased lung capacity. This combined with a little extra weight around the neck invites snoring into your already-sleepless nights. Even though it’s temporary for many women, it is still important to treat because oxygen intake is crucial during pregnancy. The baby will take what it needs, leaving Mom exhausted and compromised. Snoring in pregnancy has been linked to increased risk of gestational diabetes and pre-eclampsia. It’s also no time for a full sleep test intervention. Over-the-counter remedies are an excellent way to ensure that mom and baby get the sleep and oxygen they need.

Fatigue

Why do you snore more when you are fatigued? Because you fall into a deeper sleep, which relaxes all the muscles in the body more than usual. Relaxing the muscles in the throat causes the tissues there to vibrate and suddenly you are snoring. If you have a tendency to snore and you know you are overtired, use a snoring remedy to open the airway while you sleep. It will prevent the snoring noise and fill your lungs with the oxygen you need to feel more energetic the next day, helping to break the fatigue cycle with quality rest.

Perimenopause

The greatest disruption in sleep is between perimenopause and menopause. The changes in estrogen and progesterone levels can cause hot flashes, weight gain, insomnia, and snoring. . Our skin and muscle tone lose elasticity and along with it, the tissues of the throat begin to soften and sag. The result? Snoring. This, combined with the tendency to put on weight in the midriff, adds pressure to the diaphragm, which also contributes to snoring. Studies show that by menopause, 20-30% of women develop sleep apnea, so this is a good time to talk to your doctor about your snoring. It’s important to embrace these changes, learn about them, and do everything you can to preserve and promote healthy sleep. With quality sleep and plenty of oxygen in the lungs, the aging process is sure to be smoother.

Menopause

Menopause is a significant milestone in sleep because women are then just as likely to snore as men. One of the many side effects of a lack of estrogen is that our skin and muscle tone lose elasticity and along with it, the tissues of the throat begin to soften and sag. The result? Snoring. This, combined with the tendency to put on weight in the midriff, adds pressure to the diaphragm, which also contributes to snoring. Studies show that by menopause, 20-30% of women develop sleep apnea, so this is a good time to talk to your doctor about your snoring. It’s important to embrace these changes, learn about them, and do everything you can to preserve and promote healthy sleep. With quality sleep and plenty of oxygen in the lungs, the aging process is sure to be smoother.

All content provided on this website is for informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice or meant to provide diagnosis or treatment of any medical condition. Please consult with a physician or other healthcare professional regarding any medical or health-related diagnosis or treatment options.

Snoring Is More Than Just A Sound. It's a Health Issue.

Bed Partners


  • Are awakened on average 22 times/hour, preventing deep sleep.
  • Lose an average of 1 hour of sleep each night (that adds up to one night a week!)

Sleep Loss Causes


  • Weight gain
  • Mood disorders 
  • Vehicle accidents 
  • Poor performance at work
  • Relationship and family stress

Health Risks of Snoring 


  • High Blood Pressure 
  • Coronary Artery Disease 
  • Reduced Sexual Function 
  • Diabetes 
  • Stroke

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ZQuiet is directing 10% of our profits to organizations that directly support healthcare workers and vulnerable individuals and families during the COVID-19 pandemic.


10% of profits go to COVID-19 Response Fund

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