Thursday, 25 October 2012

Snoring Solutions- Is There Any Point?

A story from one of our happy customers...

It shall be plain to you after a few minutes of reading this snoring blog that I am a skeptic. I do not believe in divine intervention or miracle cures.  I struggle to see how devices such as an anti snoring ring or pillow will change my situation.  Although, I know in my heart and soul that this will not work, I have promised my husband that I will at least try one of the methods. I can’t wait until I am proven right.

I toyed with the idea of buying a balaclava to hide my embarrassment as I walked into the pharmacy this morning.  In a low hushed tone, I asked the clerk for a snoring ring. She didn’t seem shocked and just simply handed me the ring in return for my money. 

To part with this money, during a harsh recession, made me feel like the worlds prized idiot. I was paying for an item, I knew would never work. This product was destined to sit in my drawer gathering dust. Once I proved my point to by husband, of course.

I hate admitting this. My husband was right.

Last night, before bed, I placed the ring on my little finger. My husband smiled at me, trying to show his support, I guess. 

I lay in bed, feeling like a fool.  It wasn’t long before sleep captured me and transported me into the morning. I awoke to find my husband smiling like a Cheshire cat beside me. 
“It worked!” He grinned. I don’t know whether to be upset that I am wrong or happy that I have stopped by hideous snoring. 

All I do know is that in the future, I will try to be more open minded and trust my husband's instincts, even if it kills me.

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The Goodnight Anti Snoring Ring cures Snoring: Myth or Fact?

We have had a guest post published, here is part of it.
Snoring has bothered millions of sleepers for centuries. People snore for many reasons, the most common being stress, tiredness, drinking, being over-weight, nasal and sinus problems, and occasionally the sleeping position. Snoring can become a serious problem when a person starts holding their breath, a condition called sleep apnoea. Some patients can even hold it for more than a minute. 
 Read more below.

Saturday, 30 June 2012

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The Health Risks of Snoring

They say its normal to snore and in many cases snoring can be quite harmless. However, if it starts becoming truly irritating and persistent enough to take its toll on your personal and professional life, you might want to look into it so you can minimize it, or stop it altogether. You might wonder how snoring can effect your professional life, it can have a big effect of professional relationships due to the fact that if you don't get enough sleep you will not be able to function as well.  You might find that you are irritable, tired, finding it hard to concentrate, this will all have a knock on effect at work and with relationships.

You can say that, with snoring, you could be doing a full circle: it can be caused by health conditions and also have a very high probability of leading to further health complications and issues. Sleep disorders, obesity, nasal problems, and throat-related illnesses are said to some of the most common health issues that give rise to snoring problems. On the other hand, the action of snoring whereby oxygen supply to the brain is significantly decreased could lead to other, more serious health problems and injuries.

Reduced oxygen supply to the brain can wreak havoc to one’s concentration and focus. The risks of incurring injuries while on the job are especially higher when the person is involved in blue-collar jobs and manual labor. How many times have you heard or read about vehicular accidents happening because the order fell asleep behind the wheel? Or other manual-related labor injuries because the person handling this or that machine was unable to focus?

Other serious medical conditions that can arise from reduced oxygen in the brain include cardiovascular diseases, stroke, hypertension, and high blood pressure. When oxygen levels are very low, the heart is forced to pump harder, causing blood pressure to become elevated. Obstructive sleep apnea, a disorder that is closely associated with snoring, involves cessation of breathing for 10 seconds or more at a time. This breathing obstruction manifests itself through snoring, and when this happens frequently and for long periods, the blood pressure will also rise. It could also lead to heart enlargement, increasing the chances of the person having a stroke or cardiac arrest.

It goes both ways: people suffering from cardiovascular conditions tend to be massive snorers, and those who snore a lot have higher risks of developing heart problems. When you look at it, unless snoring is dealt with, it’s a lose-lose situation.

Another condition that can result from snoring problems is Type II diabetes. A study undertaken by Yale University found that people who snore have a 50% greater chance of developing diabetes than those who don’t. When the body experiences stress due to not getting enough oxygen, it produces adrenalin to cope with the stress. Too much adrenalin will cause blood sugar to rise, and this will trigger diabetes. 

Obstructive sleep apnea has always been associated with poorer glucose control, thus, a snorer who is already suffering from a preexisting case of Type II diabetes will have an even more difficult time recovering from it. Diabetes treatments encourage the secretion of insulin by the pancreas and, if one is suffering from obstructive sleep apnea, there isn’t enough oxygen in the body to make the pancreas do its job properly, making it harder for the diabetes treatment to take effect.

Humor is all well and good, and it’s not wrong to laugh about snoring and make jokes about it. However, you should also take it seriously, if only to avoid potential health risks and complications that you may regret later in life.

Thursday, 7 June 2012

Snoring aids that work

Below are some recent testimonials which prove that the Good Night Anti Snoring ring is one of the snoring aids that work...

Many thanks to all those that have given us testimonials..


Definately an improvement, at least I'm not keeping my wife awake any more, I am still snoring, hence the second ring.

I am a heavy snorer so I can only hope this does the trick once and for all.

Thanks, I was in danger of waking up with a knife between my shoulder blades!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Trevor Kilburn

I suspect this may sound like a ‘planted’ testimonial but I assure you it isn’t. I’ve been buying Mandibular Advancement Devices for many years and my latest one collapsed a few weeks ago.

Whilst I was contemplating spending up to or more than £100 my wife went to the Ideal Home Exhibition and was persuaded that the A-S Ring is a good thing. She came home and met my scepticism, but for £30 I thought it worth a try so bought one from Boots

It is with utter astonishment that I found, and am delighted to report, that it is unbelievably successful. I’m at a loss to understand how or why it is so much better than a MAD, but it is – and is so much less obtrusive or intrusive.

Many thanks for an excellent product.
Rod Brassington
The ring I purchased a few months ago works well, so I am now buying another for my wife.

Mr Ian Sinclair, Norwich


The ring really works! I was a bit sceptical at first but decided to try it and don't regret it at all. The instructions say it might take a few days for the ring to start working so I knew I had to be patient. I noticed the difference on the third night - not only my husband wasn't snoring but at some point I had to check if he was alive as I couldn't even hear him breathe. I no longer have to race to fall asleep before him or fear a sleepless night. Now, even if I hear one deep snore coming I smile as I know that the silence will follow straight after……..even after a significant amount of alcohol.

Agi Walsh


Friday, 27 April 2012

How Snoring Takes a Toll On Your Relationships

Many times you might have found yourself enjoying hearing stories about other people’s sleeping habits and their snoring. Truly, snoring anecdotes can be a good source of humor and comic relief – until you’re the one on the hot seat or you’re the one directly and indirectly bearing the brunt of the disturbances caused by snoring. Disrupted sleep, impaired productivity at work, and even strained relationships can be traced back to snoring – yours or your sleeping partner’s – and I’d bet my top dollar you still won’t be laughing then.

Everyone is pretty much aware of the health risks of mild to heavy snoring. They go to great lengths to ensure that they won’t end up having heart problems, stroke, diabetes, and other medical conditions that are known to be caused or aggravated by snoring. However, most of them overlook the other damage that snoring can bring about, namely, the damage to one’s relationship with other people.

There are couples who suffer a strain in their relationship when they have to deal with a partner who snores. Some might think that’s such a silly – petty, even – reason for a rift in the relationship. However, picture this: both are exhausted from a long day at work and having to deal with their kids in the evening. All they want is to curl off to sleep together and get that much needed rest. However, when one snores, all hopes of a restful sleep are out the window. Instead, they wake up cranky and not really in the best of temper. The mood over the breakfast will be somewhere between tense and somber, and that is not an atmosphere you would want your family to subject to so early in the morning. You know what they say about how you start your morning: it affects the rest of the day.

This strain also carries itself to professional relationships. People who haven’t had enough sleep because of a sleeping partner who snores tend to snap instead of talk, and bark out orders instead of request. This makes the principle of separating one’s personal life from his professional one difficult, and soon relationships with colleagues and supervisors will be affected. Worst case scenario, the productivity of the person in the workplace will be impaired, quite possibly leading to him losing his job over differences with others.

If your sleeping partner has a snoring problem, the first thing to do would be to sit down together and discuss it. Clear the air and make your partner understand that it is, indeed, a problem that should be immediately resolved. It is also important that you work on it together. Understand that, generally, snorers’ first instinct would be to deny that they snore because, in the first place, they are not aware that they do. However, if they realize just how serious you are about solving it, you can go about finding a cure for it together.

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Friday, 20 April 2012

Another marriage saved!

Here at Good Night, we are helping people all over the world to save their marriages and quit snoring for good.
Last week a story was featured in the Daily Mirror, found here..  My husband's snoring remedy has saved our marriage.

If your marriage is in jeopardy due to your husband or wife's snoring why not give our ring a try?  There is no risk because if it doesn't work you can simply send it back and we will refund you.  This is how confident we are with this quality snoring ring.  If you are talking seriously heavy snoring, then try wearing two rings.

The beauty of the ring it is so simple to use.  You just simply put it on your finger and off to the land of nod you go.  You must remember to take it off during the day mind you.  But that is it, the little acu-activators will stimulate two pressure points and work their magic.  If its good enough for the Chinese, its good enough for us. Go on, try it, stop suffering and get a good nights sleep!

Thursday, 19 January 2012

Do snoring remedies really actually work?

Yes some really do.  But we are all different, so finding the one that works for you may take time.  We think we have found the best solution.  Though it may not work for everyone, The Good Night Anti-Snoring acupressure rings were created based on techniques that have been used for centuries. Acupressure is the ancient Chinese practice of treating ailments and illness by applying pressure to specific places on the body known as acupressure points and there are even acupressure points related to snoring.

We are so so confident with our snoring device, we offer a money back guarantee! Try it today for free. Click here to buy the Good Night Anti- Snoring Ring.

Thursday, 5 January 2012

What Works to Stop Snoring

Want to know what works to stop snoring? Well our Good Night Anti Snoring Ring really works. Read our testimonials to see for yourself. Still skeptical, try the ring for free, as we offer a money back guarentee.  This is because we are so confident in our product.