This Invention will Reduce Your Snoring!

By Nitetronic America, Special for  USDR

The goodnite Anti-Snore Pillow with its patented smart technology is light years ahead of the competition. Created to help the 100s of millions of people effected by snoring worldwide, it uses advanced snore detection and head position sensors inside the pillow which activate air chambers that inflate or deflate without a sound. When snoring is detected, one of the six chambers inflates and gently turns the head to the side which reduces or eliminates snoring. In a clinical study, it alleviated snoring an average of 67% for  participants.

“Snoring interrupts sleep, leading to daytime sleepiness and has been linked to daytime dysfunction, heart disease and diabetes,” said Ron Richard, CEO of Americas, Nitetronic. “The goodnite is a completely non-invasive solution and can connect to your smartphone to monitor your snoring reduction and sleep  patterns.”

A few reasons the initial response has been so positive, the goodnite Anti-Snore  Pillow:

  • Has no side effects
  • Is non-invasive
  • Does not disturb sleep
  • Is silent and comfortable
  • Proven to be highly effective

What customers are  saying:

  • “No snoring, no waking up of any kind—immediate fix…fantastic.”
  • “Pillow is comfortable; my husband didn’t ask me to roll over once…great product!”
  • “I love it, my wife said it cut my snoring by 90%”

In Europe, thousands of users have already experienced the difference a gentle turn of the head can make in the reduction of snoring. Now worldwide, people who snore and their partners can improve the quality o f sleep.

For more information, visit  https://nitetronic.com/

About Nitetronic America, LLC
In 2011, the Nitetronic Group was founded to develop, manufacture and sell advanced healthcare products to increase sleep quality in the U.S. and worldwide. Nitetronic operates its own factory and four sales offices in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Hamburg and recently in Upland,  CA.

SOURCE Nitetronic America,  LLC

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