Snoring Problems? Nora Device Helps Sleepers Stop Snoring

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Snoring Problems? Nora Device Helps Sleepers Stop Snoring –

According to NBC News, the mouse-sized anti-snoring gadget listens for grunting and other related noises using a microphone placed in the room. When the sound of snoring is detected, a padded strip inside the sleeper’s pillow is wirelessly activated and slightly inflates. This small rise elevates the snorer’s head to one side, which is supposed to open up airways just enough to allow the sleeper to stop snoring.

Nora even comes with its own smartphone app to keep track of your snoring and sleeping patterns. The app will store a record of your snoring then generate a report showing how the anti-snoring device helps improve your sleep. Additionally, a doctor can use the recordings to listen for signs of a more serious health problem. It should be noted that the device will function just fine without the app.  Read more on this story…

[Via Digital Trends]

 

 

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