Nora Anti-Snoring Smart Device
We don’t know about you but if there’s one thing that drives a wedge between us and our Janes, it’s snoring. You can have the greatest relationship in the world but if us Joes can’t contain our snoring on a work night, it’s not going to last long. Which is why we absolutely love the sound of Nora!
Nora is the first smart and non-invasive snoring solution that’s designed specifically to stop snoring before it wakes anyone else up. That means no masks, no dentures, no nose strips and no sprays!
Nora couldn’t be less intrusive and to be honest, unless someone pointed it out to you, you probably wouldn’t even be able to see it in the bedroom. Nora comes in a portable bag with a pillow insert, a ‘bedsider’ and a rechargeable battery.
The Nora couldn’t be easier to use either. Firstly, Joes place the insert under their pillow; next place the bedsider anywhere close to your bed (bedside table not included); and lastly tuck the case somewhere out of tripping by your bed. Then just sleep!
So how does it work? Well, snoring is the result of our airways collapsing as the upper throat muscles relax during sleep. When we breathe through the narrowed airway, we create vibrations that are heard as snoring.
Nora silently and gently moves your head using the padded insert that sits under the pillow using an inflatable system, which is powered by a mini-pump that sits in the portable case placed under your bed. This slight movement stimulates the relaxed throat muscles and means you can get on with your snooze!
By now you’re probably worried about the pillow insert’s comfortability. But fear not. The insert is discrete and works with all types of pillows, whether firm or soft. The insert is padded so you can comfortably put your arm under the pillow too if that’s your style.
If it works as advertised, the Nora anti-snoring device sounds great to us! It was funded on Kickstarter earlier on in the year and having made its target it’s now being sold on the Nora Website where it’ll set Joes back around £160 ($239). It’s not the cheapest thing in the world but don’t forget it could save your relationship!