Anyone who shares a bed with a snorer knows how frustrating it can be! Dave is a great sleeper and often falls asleep the second his head hits the pillow so will generally be asleep well before me even if I’ve gone to bed considerably earlier. This of course means that I get the immense pleasure of listening to his snoring -cue much kicking and shoving on my part to try and shift him into a position where the snoring will stop albeit temporarily. I have often said his snoring feels like him just rubbing my nose in the fact that I can’t sleep – of course he can’t help it! (I am led to believe that I’m not entirely innocent in this and do in fact snore myself but it’s not a problem if you’re already asleep so it rarely bothers him!)
When we were offered the chance to try out the Good Night Anti-Snoring ring I jumped at it! The ring comes in a variety of sizes and you just have to check the website to make sure you get the right size – it’s also adjustable to make sure you get absolutely the best fit.
The Good Night Anti-Snoring ring uses acupressure theory by applying pressure on specific points on your little finger. The Good Night ring is unique in that it is the only product that uses two acupressure points. This advanced technology brings about superior benefits, not only eliminating snoring but working in harmony with your body’s bio rhythms. It is a natural non-invasive way of getting a great night’s sleep for you and your partner, ensuring you awake fresh, invigorated and ready to face the challenges of the day.
I was more than a little sceptical about the ring, and Dave even more so – but he was willing to give it a try (I think the fact that it is completely non-invasive makes it a much more appealing option). The ring arrives in a little blue velvety pouch, ideal for storing it safely when not in use (it is recommended that you only wear the ring at night as wearing it continuously will stop the acupressure therapy from working).
I was going to have a go at wearing the ring myself for a few nights but it’s not recommended for pregnant women so it went straight to Dave. On the first night he forgot about it and so only put it on as he was getting into bed (for maximum benefit it should be worn for 30 minutes before going to sleep). There was some slight snoring initially but then . . . nothing . . . absolutely nothing. I was awake for hours that night so I was especially aware of how quiet he was. I couldn’t believe my ears! I had been warned that it might not work immediately so was really surprised that the effects were so instant for us and in all honesty thought it must be a fluke! No, over a week later and I haven’t heard him snore once!! As I’m now in the sleepless / easily disturbed stage of pregnancy it couldn’t have been a better time to test the Good Night Anti-Snoring Ring and it really does work!
After a week of use we discovered Dave should actually have been wearing the ring on his right hand rather than the left (not sure which of us misread the instructions!) however we’re not going to change it as it honestly couldn’t work better. We are both completely won over.
The final test will be drunken snoring but we wont be putting that to the test till some time around Christmas – even if it doesn’t work then I will still be over the moon with this product!
With a 30 day money back guarantee what have you got to lose? The ring retails at around £30 which I think is more than worth the money for a good night’s sleep! Check out the website for more information but I honestly can’t recommend it highly enough!
*UPDATE – It’s now two years since I wrote this review and I’m afraid to say I have a snoring husband. Whilst the ring worked fantastically well to start with after a while the effects seemed to wear off. For a few months he would swap hands every now and again which seemed to work sporadically but in the end we gave up. It was almost like he had become used to the product and it was no longer effective. It was such a shame after the initial results were so positive.
*We were sent the Good Night Anti-Snoring ring free of charge to review but all thoughts and opinions are my own*