Are you one of those unfortunate people who have the displeasure of sleeping next to a snorer? Have you ever thought about grabbing the pillow and putting it over your partner’s head? Or maybe you just give them a quick kick in the stomach in an effort to DO. THIS. STOP?
Well, your chance is finally here, because Amazon is whipping up anti-snoring devices, which means you can get that long-awaited, eagerly awaited, and very uninterrupted night’s sleep you’ve been craving for almost forever.
Surprisingly, there are also a wide variety of options available. Ranging from standard bog nose vents that relieve congestion to some contraptions that clear the air around you.
This little snore stopper is on sale for £6.99 ($8.80) and apparently has multiple benefits. You simply insert the two vents into the nostrils and away you go.
It has an activated carbon air filter combined with sponge air filters that clean the air of dust and harmful gases (another problem altogether), which helps relieve asthma.
Increased purity in the air means snoring is reduced to an almighty stop so you or your partner can ultimately get a decent and peaceful night’s sleep.
Then there’s this absolute treat. An anti-snoring chin strap that is whipped by Qingfei and I think I’d rather pay someone not carry.
Selling for £9.99 ($12.50), this absolute beauty is made from neoprene, it’s eco-friendly, soft, comfortable and breathable (we hope) and best of all, it’s machine washable for all night dribbling.
The chin strap promises to give you a “calm night and quality restful sleep”. It works by holding your chin firmly in place and keeping your mouth closed.
Perhaps the one thing that won’t make you look like a truly special sleeper is the Asonor Snoring Nasal Spray which is available for £16.95 ($21).
The relief remedy opens up the air passage in the throat, allowing better breathing and providing a natural anti-snoring solution with a reported 77% “significant improvement”.
Alternatively, you can get a pillow from Lidl to keep snoring at bay, making late night arguments a thing of the past.
This revolutionary device simply works by supporting your head a little differently to keep it in the right position so you can breathe without it making awful (and potentially relationship-ending) honking sounds.
Whether it works after being fully clothed, face-down in a mixed kebab is not clearly stated in the promotional material.
What’s clear is that it’ll set you back £7.99 ($10) if you go to a Lidl store – make sure you set an alarm, huh?