ANTISNOR Acupressure Ring is shown to help reduce snoring.
The Antisnor Ring combines modern medical technology and ancient knowledge, based around the bodies nervous system and reflexology.
The ring has been designed by a jeweller with two small acupressure stimulators, positioned precisely on a nerve point underneath the left little finger to help free the airways.
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As a family company with a background in jewelry making we believe in the science and the research behind the Antisnor Ring. However if you are not satisfied that the Antisnor Acupressure Ring assisted the reduction in your snoring- simply return it within 30 days for a refund of the ring purchase price (see our warranty policy) not inc P&H.
The Antisnor Ring may help reduce snoring and aid a better night sleep!
Its well known that snoring can make both parties extremely unhappy - often resulting in sleepless nights and exhaustion. We have found that it is generally the spouse of the snorer who suffers the most and that they are more likely to purchase the ring.
With the partners of the snorer gaining most, our research showed that their satisfaction with sleep improved almost 100%. Comfortability was tested and 97% found the Antisnor Acupressure Ring was comfortable and easy to use.
When compared with other anti-snoring solutions, the ring is easy, painless and non-intrusive. It is also one of the least expensive ways to tackle the age old nuance of snoring.
Three reasons to try the Antisnor Ring:
- The non-intrusive Antisnor Acupressure Ring.
- The ring is comfortable, and doesn't appear to affect the snorer’s sleep.
- Long lasting and hypo-allergenic. It’s just like a wedding or dress ring but you only wear it to bed.
“I would like to thank you for this wonderful invention. For the first time in 43 years I am able to get some sleep. My husband and I are now sleeping together (we’ve only been married for 2 years). He has only had to wake me once or twice during the night. I have only been using the ring for the past 5 days. I feel rested and contented. Once again thank you.”
(Daniela Fortini Care Coordinator)
HARP Chronic Disease Management, Latrobe Regional Hospital