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New Buzzer Could Be The Secret To Stop Snoring Partners

Wahoo, this latest product may have just saved your relationship.

No longer will you have to lay in bed imagining what it would be like to be married to Derek next door.

I mean, he might have a suspicious mustache but heck, at least if you were sleeping beside him you wouldn’t be kept up with a nasal orchestra every night.

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Now I totally get why you might not already be fist-pumping while reading this…

You’ve tried it all right? Each and every supposedly brilliant product to come on to the market has given you a glimmer of hope only for them all to disappoint you time and time again.

Short of suffocating your partner with a pillow or sleeping in another room, you’ve given up faith in finding a solution.

Somnibel

Behold, the magical science of Somnibel.

Designed by a group of scientists in Spain, this miraculous product is ideal for anyone suffering from obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA)- which in layman’s terms, is what the average snorer has.

All your snoring partner has to do is stick the small device to their forehead before they go to sleep and Somnibel will take care of the rest.

According to researchers at Araba University in Spain, one of the most common causes of snoring is sleeping on your back. Whilst us none snoring folk can happily sleep this way, anyone with OSA really shouldn’t.

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The Somnibel device is designed to buzz if the wearer attempts to sleep on their back. Naturally insistent buzzing on your forehead will lead them to adjust themselves accordingly.

The effectiveness of this simple design could mean that one in three OSA sufferers, and in turn their long-suffering partners will finally get a snore-free night.

Whilst the product is not on the market yet, those that know what they’re talking about are already singing Somnibel’s praises.

Somnibel.

Ear, Nose, and Throat specialist consultant, Professor Jaydip Ray at Sheffield University spoke to the Daily Mail about the product and said, “an easy to use, unobtrusive wearable devices using miniaturized accelerometers are a welcome solution for many [OSA sufferers.] This initial study is encouraging.”

And guess what?

They are battery-operational.

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Keep your eye out for these bad boys coming soon.

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