If you’re a snorer, you might also suffer from sleep apnea, a condition that makes you stop breathing because your airways are obstructed. The idea behind this pillow is that it keeps your jaw in the right position for your airways to remain open.
I chose the CPAP Pillow because I saw that most other anti-snoring and sleep apnea devices were mouthpieces and I honestly don’t think I could sleep with something in my mouth. This idea looked comfortable, and the idea of keeping the jaw in a forward position seemed really sound.
If you’re a snorer like me, you’re probably hoping (as I did) that the solution to your problem could be as easy as using a special Sleep Apnea Pillow, so here’s my SnoreLess pillow review.
First of all, the cost isn’t too bad, so I figured it was a good buy, especially if it worked. I read some Snoreless Pillow reviews and most of them were pretty good, although obviously nothing works for absolutely everyone, I thought it would be a good risk and that I was in with a chance of relieving my snoring issues.
On to the ‘road-test’ (or rather, the ‘bed test’)
The pillow really is comfy, and the quality looks good, too. I lay back and relaxed. It was even more pleasant than my usual pillow. Could a cure for snoring really be this easy and natural? Will I really get away without having to try all those awful-looking mouth guards? It worked! This Sleep Apnea Pillow absolutely did the trick for me, and I recommend it highly to anyone who snores or has snoring related sleep apnea.
Go ahead and check out the SnoreLess Pillow official website here. My bet is that you’re going to like what you see. Of course, I can’t guarantee that it will work as well for you as it did for me, but in my case, it worked like a dream. Even my partner (who is a light sleeper) says that I didn’t snore once all night from the first night that I got the pillow. You can be sure that I’ll be taking it with me when I travel. It shouldn’t be too difficult to pack, and I never liked hotel pillows anyway.
When I lie back on this pillow, I can actually feel how it adjusts the position of my head so that I’m in ‘recovery position’, the one you’re supposed to use to keep an unconscious person’s airways clear. I’m sure that’s why it works so well, both against snoring and my sleep apnea problems. You’ll see how it works on that website I told you to visit.
Footnote: although my SnoreLess Pillow is still my favorite stop snoring remedy, I have since tried one other device because it turned out that packing my pillow when I travel wasn’t going to be as easy as it looked. Check out the My Snoring Solution review to discover another anti-snoring device that’s comfy to use.