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Say goodnight to snoring with this wearable muscle stimulator


Keep your chin up because there might be a solution to your snoring.
All it takes to stop snoring is this convenient device.
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Snoring is no fun for anyone. Obviously, the loud sounds of snoring can prove painful for anybody within earshot. But even if you’re the one sawing logs in your sleep, snoring can take a toll, depriving you of the healthy sleep your body needs.

However, just because you can’t stop yourself from snoring doesn’t mean you’re powerless. It just means you might benefit from an anti-snoring device like the Snore Circle. This gadget stimulates the muscles under the wearer’s chin to help stop snoring, and it’s on sale for $79.99 (regularly $119).

Wouldn’t you pay that much for a solid night’s sleep?

Stop snoring tonight

The Snore Circle is a clever solution to a frustrating problem that affects millions of people every night. Simply attach the device to your chin using the conductive strip. Then connect the Snore Circle, fire up the Sleeplus app on your iPhone (or Android) and head to bed.

How does it work? Snoring occurs when your airways relax as you sleep. When your muscles relax, the airway narrows and your throat vibrates as you breathe. You may never have heard yourself snore, but anyone who has slept in the same room would probably be delighted to tell you how awful it is if you ask.

When the Snore Circle detects you snoring, it sends a harmless electrical current into the nerves under your chin to stimulate your muscles and open your airway. You can adjust it easily in the app, choosing from 30 intensity levels to match how heavily you snore. Plus, the Sleeplus app records your nightly activity so you can monitor your sleep quality.

If you’re not used to sleeping with the Snore Circle on your chin, it might take some time to adjust. You also need to keep that spot on your chin stubble-free. However, the hair on your chin is a small price to pay for a quiet night’s sleep

Save on the Snore Circle anti-snoring device

Snoring is annoying for everyone involved, and you might only notice how poorly you’ve been sleeping when you finally go a night without snoring. The Snore Circle YA4200 Electronic Muscle Stimulator Plus can shed light on that, and it’s on sale for $79.99 (regularly $119).

Prices subject to change.


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