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Snore in Your Sleep? This New Smart Device Can Give You a Better Night's Rest

It sounds too good to be true, but users say the high-tech snoring solution really works. 

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Photography by: Smart Nora

Are you a snorer? If so, you're in good company. According to the National Sleep Foundation, around 37 million American adults snore on a regular basis. Not only is snoring disruptive for your partner, it can also prevent you from getting a good night's sleep and put strain on your heart due to irregular breathing. 


Because of the disruptive nature of snoring, many people turn to treatments like nasal strips, different sleeping positions and even lifestyle changes. However, there's a new "smart" snoring solution that might pique your interest. It's called Nora, a contact-free smart device that adjusts your pillow when it detects snoring. 


The premise of Nora is simple. Place the "Pebble" near your head at night and the inflatable insert in your pillow. When the Pebble detects snoring, it will silently move your pillow, making the muscles in your throat contract and thereby opening your airway. 

Nora is designed to work regardless of what position you sleep in or which part of the pillow your head is on, and user reviews indicate that it really does work.


We love that Nora is a non-invasive way to reduce snoring and help you get a better night's sleep with more REM cycles. After all, a proper amount of deep sleep is essential to your health, mood and overall well-being. A full night's sleep means a happier, more productive you.


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