Thursday, 17 December 2015

Good Night - Stop Snoring

Good Night Anti-Snoring Ring - it really works!

I admit it. I, like around a quarter of the UK population, am a habitual snorer. According to Anthony, a light sleeper and habitual grump, the sound of my slumber is akin to that of a lumberjack drunkenly trying to chainsaw a mattress. But he isn't willing to wear ear plugs, and I'm not willing to wear nose strips.

So I was really intrigued when I was asked to review the Good Night Anti-Snoring Ring. It works by putting light pressure on two acupressure points on your little finger, which is a big improvement on the sprays and suchlike on the market, in terms of both pre-bedtime fuss and how much you notice its presence.

diagram showing how to wear the good night anti-snoring ring
Diagram showing how to wear the ring.

Unlike similar devices on the market, the Good Night Anti-Snoring Ring is the only one which has undergone a clinical trial. The end result was that it was clinically proven to work for 85% of the 40 trial subjects. It can take up to seven nights for it work so a week long trial is advised - I decided I will update this post to keep a nightly record.

Night One
The package arrived and I set about studying the instructions. Women are advised to wear the ring on the little finger of their left hand - although really heavy snorers might need one on both hands - and you need to put it on about 30 minutes before you go to sleep. I put it on at about 11:30pm and this turned out to be incredibly optimistic... insomnia meant I finally drifted off to sleep for a couple of hours at 7:00am. I didn't wake Anthony up, but with the small sample time I wasn't sure if it had worked or not.

Night Two
Lack of sleep the night before, combined with a long day at work, meant I was tucked up in bed asleep by 8:00pm. Anthony actually had to check on me numerous times because he thought I was dead. In his own words, "for once it didn't sound as though a heavy duty freight train was careening through the house." Charming!

Night Three
Another night of snore free sleep. From one of us, at any rate - Marianna picked up the slack for me. :)

Night Four
Still no snoring!

Night Five
Apparently I did snore a little during the night but, in Anthony's words, "nothing like your usual symphony of horror".

Night Six
Ring: 1 - Snoring: 0

Night Seven
Again, no snoring.

There you have it, a week long trial has proven that the ring really works. I was a little dubious, I admit, because it seems so strange that wearing a finger ring can impact on snoring. But it does! I'm so pleased with it - and Anthony is ecstatic.

wearing the good night anti-snoring ring
It's so unobtrusive! But remember to take it off in the morning as wearing it all day will reduce its effectiveness.

If you want to try it out for yourself, the Good Night Anti-Snoring Ring is available from Boots, local pharmacies, and online at goodnightsnoring. It comes in three sizes - small, medium and large - is totally adjustable, and costs £29.99. And, if it doesn't work for you, it comes with a money back guarantee so you won't be left out of pocket.

For those who are a little cash strapped with Christmas almost upon us, you can get up to five entries in my size small Good Night Anti-Snoring Ring giveaway by filling out the Gleam form below:

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97 comments:

  1. my other half does - keeps me awake every night!

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  2. My husband and I both snore so we sleep in separate beds! Would love to try this so we don't have to any more.

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  3. Yes my dad and my father inlaw very badly!

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    1. I've got one for my dad for Christmas, though it's really more of a present for my mum...

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  4. My OH snores every night which wakes me up and me prodding him on to his side

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  5. yes my partner snores! the whole village hears him!

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  6. I do, I'm afraid so any product that works would be ideal to try out.

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  7. Yes, though I wonder if Doctors should be checking the health of snorers. As we see on tv on occasions that some snores suffer sleep apnoea.

    Rachel Craig

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  8. We all do, even the dog!
    Claire D

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    1. Hehe, sounds like my parents house! :)

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  9. My husband snores something rotten and I never get a good night's sleep!

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  10. Yes my husband snores like a motor boat

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  11. My boyfriend snores - always have to wear ear plugs!

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  12. Yep, both my parents, my bros and I all snore at times!!

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  13. Yes My Hubby, so please help !!! lol

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  14. We both do but my husband is horrible. It wakes me up most nights and it's so much worse if he's had a beer.

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  15. I snore and I am always tired because of it

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  16. My mother in law does I need this for when she has to stay with us

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  17. I do, and i keep my other half awake sometimes with it :( 💤

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  18. Hey there! My Mum snores and I know it annoys my Dad! It would be perfect, I've never seen anything like it :)

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  19. My boyfriend dose it's horrendous I have to sleep on the couch xxx

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  20. Yes he snores and farts, hes retire, I have to be up at 6am, separate bedrooms soon

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  21. my husband snores an awful lot! i'm in the process of getting him to go and see the GP about it, didnt even knw this exsisted would love for him to try it

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  22. I do apparently although I cab't believe it's true

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  23. Apparently I snore like a thunderstorm

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  24. I do. It drives my boyfriend mad and then drives me nuts because he nudges me and wakes me up

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  25. my husband snores VERY loudly, I wear earplugs

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  26. I snore.... My husband often sleeps in the spare room

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  27. My husband, usually only after drinking. It means I just don't get a good night's sleep.
    Victoria B

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  28. My other half snores like you wouldn't believe - fortunately I usually get to sleep well before him - otherwise one of us ends up on the sofa!

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  29. I don't that I am aware (I have asked!) but mum does occasionally and dad is awful - would love to win this for him!

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  30. Pam Francis Gregory27 December 2015 at 15:21

    My hubby does!

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  31. Oh yes please my husband snores terribly

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  32. Yes, unfortunately.

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  33. My other half is so loud I hear him from the front room with the TV on, I have to wear ear plugs and take sleeping pills

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  34. heck my twins, they are like a set of trains!! Sharon L Johnson

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  35. We can hear dad from every bedroom :(

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  36. I still live at home and my dad's snoring is so bad. When my little nephews sleep over it wakes them up.

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  37. yes my husband so bad and loud keeps me up all night then wonders why i'm knackered for work next day. Dog and son also snore like pigs to.

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  38. My partner does. Sometimes when it gets too bad I go downstairs. Probably would suffocate him otherwise lol.

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  39. My other half o my word i get so cross i feel like nipping him!

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  40. Apparently both of us, but I think it's just him x

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  41. My husband does, when I first started going out with him I nearly ended it because I didn't think I'd be able to put up with it, its that bad!! 8 years later we're married! I still don't know how I put up with it and would love to try this.

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  42. Apparently I do and according to my husband I'm getting worse!

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  43. Oh yes. My mum snores so load its unreal. I can hear her from downstairs
    Steven Beasley

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  44. I'm terrible this could really help my poor husband

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  45. I do, and would love not to

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  46. I snore! I've lost a lot of weight so it's not as bad as it was. My partner breathes really heavily.

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  47. My Partner - so loudly! More so lately, and we now have a 9 week old baby who he ends up waking through the night with the snoring off of him!

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  48. My husband - I just kick him during the night when he annoys me.

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  49. I do .... terribly ... apparently quite loud too ... cant find a cure as yet !!

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  50. we are a family we snores
    lisa ann tebbutt

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  51. im world champion--would need a ring for every finger

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  52. My Husband does and its currently driving me crazy! I suffer with chronic pain and have been having a nightmare getting to sleep lately and when I do, I get woken up by his snoring so we desperately need to find a way to help it!

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  53. Fabulous. We both snore.
    George Williamson

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  54. My husband does so bad and he wonders why he wakes up with bruises lol

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  55. My OH snores so badly I have to have music on to try and drown him out!

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  56. I do so my other half moans but im asleep so its not a problem

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  57. My mum and her partner sleep in separate rooms due to snoring and it was the same for my nan and grandad!

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  58. My partner snores like a pneumatic DRILL

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  59. Unfortunately YES!! Pleaaase help!

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  60. My husband snores extremely loudly, the kids can hear him in their bedrooms. I wear earplugs which muffle the sound somewhat but I can still hear him. We've tried throat sprays, nose strips and various other remedies but to no avail so if this works it would be a godsend.

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  61. I think we all do in our house.

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  62. we seem to take it in turns but when its my hubby's turn I usually end up in a different room

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  63. my hubbys snoring drives me crazy. This would be a godsend!

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  64. I snore terribly loud! always looking for a good solution

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  65. yes the other half! no sleep for me

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  66. Apparently, I snore, but I've never heard it!! My hubby snores, so do both my dogs but I find it comforting listening to them. But I'm the worst!! I tried an electric shock wrist band but I found I hardly got any sleep, because it went off if I, or anyone else was snoring. I tried using the nasal strips and it seem to reduce the snoring, but they kept coming of while I was sleep. I am now banished to the spare room, and the dogs seemed to have followed me there, so we can all snore together!! I'd definitely try out the anti snoring ring.

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  67. I would love to win this for my Dad as he snores so loud that it keep my brother awake all night :(

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  68. My husband could snore for England.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  69. Yes I do although I never admit it to my hubby ;)

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  70. My husband snores very badly. This looks cheaper than divorce!!!!

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  71. Yes! My boyfriend

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  72. My God yes! My Partner, So Loud sometimes he wakes our baby GRRR

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