Anti-Snore Pillow

It has been suggested to me that whenever they can bring this pillow that stops snoring to market, I should buy one. OK, I’m convinced. Let me know when it is for sale and I’ll whip out the credit card.

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Dave Slusher is a blogger, podcaster, computer programmer, author, science fiction fan and father. Member of the Podcast Hall of Fame class of 2022.

4 thoughts on “Anti-Snore Pillow”

  1. mike dunn says:

    i use breathe right strips – really helps stop the midnight elbow to the ribs by wifey 😉

  2. Rob Usdin says:

    Dave,

    If you have snoring issues you should see an ENT doc. Whether pillows help depends on where you are snoring from. Many people snore because they have a loose soft palate at the back of their throat that closes up, and no pillow can help with that. An ENT can better determine where your snoring comes from.

    I was a bad snorer and went to an ENT, who determined I might have sleep apnea. I went for a sleep study, and it turned out that I not only had sleep apnea, but my blod oxygen level would drop to 92% every night. I slept fine, but there was a medical issue, which would only get worse as I got older. I now sleep with a CPAP which keeps my airway open all night and I sleep better, as well as have no snoring worries.

    –*Rob

  3. hugh says:

    I second Rob’s recommendation. My wife demanded I see a doctor because I would stop breathing for a while and then gasp a big gulp of air. I sleep much better with CPAP.

  4. Eddie Dickey says:

    Me too Hugh, I have my sleep study Oct 29. I went to a Pulmonary Dr. Poor sleep can catch up to you and cause daytime sleepiness, trouble concentrating, and even worse heart issues as you get older – who knew?

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