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Can the Snore Ring help you get a better nights sleep?

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This is a sponsored review on behalf of Good Night Snoring Snore Ring

How many times has the snorer in your life sent you to the couch for a better nights sleep? I have been there. However, I can’t help but think just how unrestful my husband must be after a night of ‘labored’ breathing. Snoring can be a sign of some significant conditions that may need to be addresses. Sleep apnea, sinus constriction to name a few and are reasons why someone may have difficulty breathing while laying down. Simple snoring is common and is brought on by being overtired, stressed or perhaps when suffering from a cold or nasal irritation.
About Good Night Anti-Snoring Ring
  • This is a treatment with no drugs or side effects
  • Uses the principles of acupressure with light pressure on the 2 specific points of the pinky finger
  • 30-day money-back guarantee
  • Expect a 3-4 day adjustment period before results are noticed
  • Available in 3 sizes: Small, Medium, Large
  • Non-obtrusive and attractive design
How does it work?

The ring will only work when you are wearing it. It is to be placed on any pinky finger (sometimes you may find one pinky finger gives better results then the other). You will get the best results if you place it on your finger 30 minutes before you go to bed, however it should not be worn for more than 12 hours. Your body may need the 3-4 days to accept this acupressure process so wear it every night consecutively before judging. 
The ring is placed at the base of the pinky finger with the opening facing directly upwards. You press to create a snug fit and the 2 pressure points should be on the exact outer and inner points equivalent to the 3 and 9 o’clock positions on the finger. The instructions that come with the ring are very detailed.

My Thoughts

I was so excited to try this on my husband. He is not one to use medications unnecessarily and he knows how frustrating it is to me to have to leave the bed at night and also to be kicked a hundred times in a night by me! He is not a horrible snorer, but certain positions seem to trigger it. When it arrived, he had a bad cold and so I did not want to use and judge it then. Once he was well and home without traveling for a few days, I was able to make sure he had this on every night. It is not 100% effective for him, but when he does not wear it I feel 100% confident that ring would at least give me a better night sleep if I could wake him up and get him to wear it. I can honestly say that maybe the kicks go from several a night to 1 or 2 and sometimes none at all on the nights he has been wearing it. 
The Good Night Anti-Snoring does help! If my husband would let me, I would video tape the difference! I promised him I would not do that! He will even get up after being kicked, walk to the bathroom and slip the ring on if he has forgotten because I’m sure not only does it allow me a better sleep, but must allow him one as well. 
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Disclosure: I was provided the above product for review. All opinions are 100% my own.

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4 thoughts on “Can the Snore Ring help you get a better nights sleep?”

  1. I have never heard of this product before. Accupuncture, yes. A pinkie ring that helps you stop snoring? Never would have believed it! LOL – Videotaping him isn't worth getting in trouble for though, is it? 🙂

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