There are few things more annoying than a bad night’s sleep due to a partner’s snoring. To solve the problem, you could end the relationship, move out, or even reactivate that old Tinder account and then start afresh with someone who doesn’t sound like an angry warthog while sleeping.
It’s up to you – I’m not judging you either way. Alternatively, though, you could invest in one of these pillows which promise to help reduce snoring.
The Anti-Snore Pillow from Kally Sleep was created by a team of sleep experts, including Harley Street doctors and osteopaths, so you can assume they know their onions.
According to the Kally Sleep team: “The Anti-Snore pillow has been designed to help reduce snoring. Tested by the British Snoring & Sleep Apnoea Association, the Anti-Snore pillow can reduce snoring frequency and volume by 50 percent.”
The product’s special s-shaped foam is designed to support your head and neck, while still keeping you in the right position to help you breathe more easily and keep airways open. Fancy.
The foam core is surrounded by ‘hollow-fibre’, which means the pillows are soft and comfy while still being supportive, and are ideal for those who sleep on their back or side.
The website adds: “It also has a soft breathable poly-cotton outer layer that regulates body temperature aiding in the perfect night’s sleep.”
But of course, you don’t have to take the company’s word for it, the pillow already has a bunch of glowing, five-star reviews, with one happy customer writing: “I have tried it for one week and my wife can guarantee that she can sleep better; she used to wake up in the middle of the night because of my snoring. With this pillow, snoring is not an issue anymore.”
Another wrote: “Bought this for my wife who used to snore the house down. In the last week this pillow has really helped and the whole family is getting better sleep.”
So there you go.
The pillows cost £24.99, and you can save a tenner if you buy two. Ideal if you and your partner are as bad as each other.
The pillows are machine washable and, for those who care, it’s made in the UK using the ‘highest quality components’.
You can buy one of the pillows (and potentially save your relationship) here.