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Somnibel Device Encourages Good Night's Sleep By Buzzing Snoring Partner

Besides being a bit irritating, snoring can be an indicator of obstructive sleep apnea, which can be a dangerous medical condition.

Interestingly, one way to combat snoring and sleep apnea is positional therapy. This practice encourages people who snore to move onto their side with the help of a new genius invention.

Getting enough sleep is critical for our health.

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Numerous studies have shown that getting the proper amount of sleep is necessary on a physical and emotional level. We really can't underestimate the power of sleep!

If your partner snores, you know how disruptive it can be to your sleep cycle.

Even though you love your partner dearly, when you're sleep-deprived and they're snoring, kicking them out of the bed seems like a really tempting option.

Thankfully, a new device will gently help control your partner's snores.


The Somnibel is a small buzzer that someone suffering from sleep apnea or chronic snoring attaches to their forehead.

When the wearer starts snoring, the Somnibel will vibrate.


It will continue to vibrate until the wearer turns onto their side, as many people snore when they are sleeping on their backs. Where do I go to buy, like, 100 of these?

For people with obstructive sleep apnea, they snore because the muscles in their neck relax and block their airway.


This condition can be caused by genetic factors but is more common in men.

The Somnibel encourages "positional therapy" for people with sleep apnea.


With certain types of sleep apnea, the solution is as simple as getting the person to sleep on their side. Sibelmed says 75% of people who snore can correct the condition with positional therapy.

People with sleep apnea often don't get enough sleep which can lead to other medical conditions.

Depression and high blood pressure are just a few of the negative side-effects of not getting a proper amount of sleep.

The Somnibel will be available soon, according to the company's website.

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For many, this device will save their sleep, their sanity, and heck, maybe even a few marriages.

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