I hate to admit it, but I sometimes snore. And when I do, it’s the bane of my partner’s existence. So when an offer landed in my email inbox to review the new Good Night Anti-Snoring Ring, I figured it certainly couldn’t hurt. Just a little metal ring that “focuses on two acu-pressure points” on the pinkie finger – the thing actually works! Since then (it’s going on two months now) there’s been no report of me snoring at all … which means I’m not keeping my partner up at night and we’re both now able to sleep more soundly. Too good to be true? That’s what I thought. But I’ve got three extra rings to give away to a few lucky readers to see for themselves. Nighty night!
The independently trialled Good Night Anti-Snoring Ring has been clinically proven to work for 85% of people who’ve tried it. It’s super easy to use and offers a “natural, non-invasive and elegant way to stop snoring” simply by putting a bit of mild (and unnoticeable) pressure on your pinkie to clear your nasal breathing passages and “your natural bio-rhythms.” The Good Night Anti-Snoring Ring comes in three sizes, is fully adjustable and costs only £29.99. Available from Boots, your local pharmacy or online.
To be in with a chance to win a free Good Night Anti-Snoring Ring, simply tweet the following:
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I’ll pick three winners at random on Friday 17 July at 11.30pm BST. Each winner will receive one Good Night Anti-Snoring Ring. To be eligible to win, you need to have an address in the UK where the prize can be posted.
For more about the Good Night Anti-Snoring Ring, go to goodnightsnoring.com.