The right sleep schedule can make all the difference in your physical and mental well-being. The Hupnos Anti-Snoring Sleep Mask ensures you get the full amount of sleep you need, and right now you can save 52% with this early Black Friday deal.
The Science of Snoring
Snoring happens when your airway is restricted, either by your sleeping position or due to a medical concern. The higher pressure of air vibrates your upper airway, causing those infamous chainsaw sounds that keep us awake. In turn this can make it harder to get to sleep and stay asleep, keeping you awake or even injuring your airway in extreme cases.
Featured on Men's Health, AARP, Engadget, Sleep Review, and Forbes — Hupnos starts by helping you figure out the intensity of your snoring, using the app to record what you're emitting. Just leave your phone near where you sleep and the app will do the rest. You'll be able to learn when you snore, which can be useful for figuring out the problem. Then Hupnos helps you take the next steps to fix it.
Ending The Snores
First, the silicone nosepiece is designed to increase your expiration pressure while keeping you comfortable, reducing your snoring. Next, it'll detect your position and use gentle vibrations that will encourage you to shift, relieving your airways of pressure, while not waking you up. The microfiber mask can be worn for hours, with easily adjustable straps for a comfortable fit.
It's easy to bring with you, as it recharges via USB and doesn't have any bulky docks or other equipment it needs to be clipped into. It's also simple to clean, as the nosepiece and mask can be separated with the mask being washed like any other piece of clothing, and the nose piece can be hand-cleaned with soap and water.
Get the Hupnos Anti-Snoring Sleep Mask for $94.99 (reg. $199) during this limited-time Pre-Black Friday Sale.
Prices subject to change.
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