Press Release on VitalSleep Product
“I was a snorer who walked around exhausted. I never got restful sleep,” says entrepreneur and physical therapist David Hernandez, “My dentist had a solution and he prescribed a mandibular advancement mouthpiece that allows more air to flow freely to stop snoring. That was great news, but the problem is the device came with a price tag of $3,000.”
He wondered if there was a more cost-effective alternative to correct loud snoring. When he didn’t find what he needed, he turned to Dr. Richard Koffler M.D. Hernandez knew this new device had to achieve three things from the start. It had to help reduce snoring; be economical to produce, and be affordable to buyers.
“I’ve seen commercials for similar anti-snoring products that are made of a pliable material that molds to the shape of the mouth,” Hernandez explains. “However, what makes this device so unique is that it can also be adjusted to suit the severity of snoring, rather than being a ‘one size fits all’ type of appliance.”