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Our happy and satisfied users often drop us a note on how they have found the Smart Anti-snore Pillow effective and useful. Read them below. If you have a good experience with the pillow and want to share it with others, drop us an email at letters@mysmartpillow.com
 
"My husband's snoring keeps me up all night. But now I'm finally getting some sleep!"
Jan 11, 2009 - Shauna Goh
My husband snores so loud when he sleeps he even wakes himself up sometimes! I can't get any sleep and we've tried eveything short of surgery, even the CPAP mask. The mask works, but its too uncomfortable and he gave it up after a week of use.

After trying the pillow, he's been sleeping better - no snores! I've been able to get some sleep. Now we need to sell off that CPAP mask...
"I don't feel so tired anymore..."
Dec 1, 2008 - Timothy M. Bourquin
I was quite shocked, when my doctor told me I had mild sleep apnea, I didn't know what ti was at first. I'd been feeling quite tired at work lately and the doc said it was becasue I was not getting enough air when I'm asleep. Took a sleep test and it came out positive for mild sleep apnea. The doc suggested a couple of things, but a sleep pillow seemed the least trouble. I tried one which my girlfriend bought for me, it didn't seem to do much. My colleague told me about this smart pillow and I deceided to try it. And it works!!! I wanted to write in to tell you guys that I really like the pillow and I'm recommendign it to my father. Thanks pillow guys!
"Tried so many things, and finally something that works."
Nov 18, 2008 - Marie Miersch
When my dad snores, the roof vibrates. Even though I'm in the next room, I hear it and I'm a light sleeper. Its been affecting both his sleep and mine. I took him to the doctor, who said that his throat muscles were relaxed, probably because he is a bit fat, and he needed to lose some weight. We could also try out some pillows and the CPAP Mask. The mask was a bit too expensive, so we tried one of those contoured pillows. It didn't help one bit. we tried some nasal drops and a nasal strip, and it was still so loud.

Finally found this pillow on the internet, and saw the video. When the pillow I ordered came I quickly made him try it out that night. At about 1am, I heard him snore loudly again, and I thought, that didn't work either. Then the snores got softer. I snuck into his room and watched as the pillow moved his head side by side. The snores got softer! And then it went away. Amazing!

Tried so many things, and finally something that works. Decided to write in to tell people to try this pillow. It works, it really does. My dad doesn't snore loudly anymore.

"I was so ashamed..."
Nov 23, 2008 - Jing Ping
I think snoring affects mainly men, but I'm not sure. I am a woman and I snore. I didn't know this until my boyfriend stayed over one night and he teased me about it. Its horrifying! I was so ashamed... he said it was ok but when I went online, I realized that snoring can be serious!

It explained out I could be suffering from sleep apnea and how I could get fatigued in the day. I found your pillow on the website and I was impressed by it. I ordered one and it worked very well. Funnily, I found out that my boyfriend snores sometimes too... haha I'm gonna buy him one for Christmas.
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Snoring causes daytime drowsiness, irritability, lack of focus and decreased libido*.

Multiple studies reveal a positive correlation between
loud snoring and risk of heart attack (about +34% chance) and stroke (about +67% chance)**.
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