A New Contact-Free, Non-invasive Solution to Snoring

Introducing another alternative to CPAP for sleep deprived snorers and their partners.

By Andrea Pisani Babich

Good news, all you snorers and partners of snorers! You now have options for eliminating snoring. While Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) devices remain the most commonly prescribed treatment for obstructive sleep apnea, many people cannot tolerate the constant airflow or the cumbersome headgear and face mask required to use it. In fact, a recent study conducted by researchers at Western University in Canada, found that as many as 34% of patients with prescriptions for CPAP devices did not use them as prescribed.

CPAP machine

Wouldn’t it be great to be able to sleep peacefully without sounding like Darth Vader? Imagine cuddling with your partner without wrestling an interfering hose. Now you can!

Sound Sleep without CPAP

Some people whose snoring wakes them and their partners can quiet their snoring without the use of a CPAP device or any other kind of wearable device.

Anti-snoring pillows such as Smart Nora allow you to sleep and move unimpeded while quieting your snoring. You simply slide an inflatable pillow under your own favorite pillow then turn on the sound sensor. When it hears you begin to snore, the pillow inflates, lifting your head and opening your airways for clear, unobstructed breathing. And no snoring.

Solutions like Smart Nora allow you to sleep with your own pillow in any position with no more preparation than a mere tap on the smart sensor to switch it on. No disruptions, no discomfort, nothing to acclimate to. Just sleep without the snore.

Other alternatives to CPAP have been proven effective, but they require wearing some kind of appliance or surgical procedures. These include the following:

  • Dental appliances such as the mandibular advancement appliance that holds your lower jaw forward to keep airways open
  • Upper airway surgery to remove or reposition soft tissues that become flaccid and block airways
  • Positional therapy which uses either an alerting device or a pillow to keep you from rolling onto your back
  • EPAP or Nasal Expiratory Positive Airway Pressure nasal inserts that restrict exhalation thereby increasing pressure to open airways
  • Upper airway stimulation of airway muscles provided by a surgically implanted device that detects obstructed breathing

While these solutions have helped many people find relief from their snoring, they’re not for everyone. Smart Nora gives you a natural, non-invasive option you can try for a 30-night period. If Smart Nora is not the right solution for you, simply return it for a full refund.

More Treatment Options Are Better Than One

About 90 million American adults and their sleep partners suffer from snoring, and about half of those who snore loudly have obstructive sleep apnea. The most common consequences of snoring are heart disease and daytime sleepiness for the snorer and their partner. Not to mention the deterioration of domestic harmony caused by constant sleep disruptions and the resulting sleep deprivation.

With so many people struggling to sleep peacefully, and the recent awareness of the important role sleep plays in overall wellness, Mattress Advisor recognizes the need for more user-friendly solutions to snoring. Sleepers should not have to sacrifice comfort and convenience just so they can stop snoring.

For snorers and their sleep-deprived partners, anti-snoring pillows may be the non-invasive, contact-free answer to their prayers.


Sources

Journal of Otolaryngology: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4992257/

 


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