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Kally Anti-Snore Pillow

£24.99

The Kally Anti-Snore Pillow has been designed by UK experts to help reduce snoring during hours of sleep. Tested by the British Snoring & Sleep Apnoea Association, The Kally Anti-Snore Pillow was found to reduce snoring frequency and volume by approximately 50%.

Within the centre of the pillow is an ergonomically S-shaped foam core which has been designed to support your head and neck, keeping it at just the right position to improve your breathing, which in turn can help to open your airways. The foam is surrounded by Hollowfibre, so the pillow is soft but supportive and is ideal for people who sleep on their back or side. The outer fabric is smooth polycotton which is very soft and breathable.

 

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Description

Description

  • Ergonomically S-shaped foam core designed to support your head & neck
  • Smooth breathable Polycotton keeps you perfectly cool
  • Easy clean – Pillow machine washable
  • Hypoallergenic materials
  • Premium quality – Made in the UK

How to Use

How to Use

Care & Composition

Care & Composition

  • Fluff and plump by hand regularly
  • Pillow wash at 40°C and dry naturally on a flat surface
  • Pillow material – Polycotton
  • Filling – Hollowfibre
  • Dimensions – 70cm x 40cm
  • Weight – 900g

More About Snoring

More About Snoring

What Causes Snoring?

Snoring is caused by the vibration of soft tissue in your upper airway during sleep. When you are asleep, your airways relax and narrow. If your airway is too narrow air has to travel more quickly to supply enough oxygen to your lungs. This increased speed reduces the air pressure within your airways. This causes the airway to deform or collapse and the tissue to vibrate. It’s these vibrations that are associated with the sound of snoring.

How Your Sleep Position Affects Snoring

People are more likely to snore when lying on their back as the head is pushed towards the chest, constricting the airways. When lying on either side, the muscles can still completely relax but the head and neck have more space without restriction. It can even be comfortable to flay the neck somewhat backward – which can result in airways restriction but in the opposite way. However many individuals move whilst asleep, meaning that even if they fall asleep whilst lying on their side, they later roll onto their back, which means the snoring starts all over again! So this sound sleep anti-snore pillow will hopefully reduce the snoring once and for all!

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Delivery

Delivery

Delivery

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FAQ's

FAQ's

+ Can this pillow be used for side sleeping?

Yes, this pillow is suitable for back and side sleepers.

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