A controlled trial performed by a testing facility in France showed that by wearing only the Trade Marked ANTISNOR Ring resulted in the majority of couples a significant improvement in sleep quality and satisfaction among the snorer, as well as the partner.
Using the two tools commonly used to assess daytime sleepiness: the Epworth Sleepiness Scale and Visual Analogue Scale (VAS) this trial conducted under the supervision of a medical pulmonologist and his team, concluded that 77% of spouses and 80% of the snorers were satisfied with the ANTISNOR Ring. Most couples reported an improvement approaching a 50% decrease in the severity and impact of the snoring.
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“The ANTISNOR ring is regulated as a class 1 medical device in Australia and is included on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG 184173). A review of requirements in the USA in accordance with the Federal FD&C Act found the ANTISNOR ring did not require registration, listing or pre-market notification.”
The ANTISNOR Ring (Trade Mark) device worn on the finger is a reported world first invention by the Woodley family created in 1999. First to market ATQOL IP Pty Ltd holds patents for this invention.
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