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The Anti-Snore Wearable Helps People Sleep Better Together

The Recently-Announced Wearable Device Gives Snorers and Teeth Grinders a Gentle Vibration on the Arm to Remind them to Flip Over

LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / February 20, 2017 / Michiel Allessie, a dentist who specializes in sleep-related issues and founder of Sleep.ai, is pleased to announce the upcoming launch of his innovative anti-snore device. Thanks to the Anti-Snore Wearable, people can sleep better together.

To learn more about the Anti-Snore Wearable and watch a video of how it works, please check out https://goo.gl/YLGkgV.


As a company spokesperson noted, Sleep.ai is introducing the latest in anti-snoring technology: a wearable device that makes it possible for both partners to get their best sleep when sharing a bed. The Anti-Snoring Wearable is an armband that gently vibrates to tell the wearer that it's time to turn over. It connects to smartphones via Bluetooth with a helpful app that detects when the wearer is snoring or grinding his or her teeth.

Research has shown that 70 percent of the snorers only snore when they are sleeping on their back, the spokesperson noted. But turning to the side usually opens the person's airway, causing the snoring to stop.

"Many people find that sharing a bed isn't easy when either partner snores," the spokesperson noted, adding that the snorer is usually woken up by their loved one, whose sleep was disturbed by the snoring, and asked to turn over to reduce snoring.

"The Anti-Snoring Wearable will save both parties from being disturbed from their rest. The vibrate setting can be adjusted to a strength that notifies the wearer without jolting them from sleep, and it can also be used to detect and prevent bruxism."

The device, which was developed by medical experts and tech specialists, is easy to set up and connects to the phone so the wearer can control the device settings on a user-friendly interface.

To help pay for the production and marketing costs associated with bringing the Anti-Snore Wearable to the public, Allessie and his team recently launched a fundraiser on Indiegogo. There, they hope to raise $50,000 through crowdfunding and help snoring people and their partners get a better night of sleep.

About the Anti-Snore Wearable:

The Anti-Snore Wearable is a new and upcoming device that is linked to the free "Do I Snore or Grind" smartphone application. This smartphone app detects snoring sounds and sends a signal to the wearable as soon as the snoring starts. The wearable gently vibrates, causing an arousal and making the snorer adjust his or her sleeping position. For more information, please visit https://goo.gl/YLGkgV.

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SOURCE: Sleep.ai