The Anti-Snore Wearable is a device that nudges you in your sleep to promote deeper and quieter rest

Snoring and teeth-grinding can prove to a huge problem for not only the ones directly suffering from them but also any loved ones in the vicinity. Because current products on the market are either cumbersome, intrusive or simply uncomfortable to use or wear during rest, a team of inventors known as has decided to invent a new wearable designed to help everyone get a better night’s sleep.

The Anti-Snore Wearable is a simple yet innovative solution: by strapping on the sleeve-like device equipped with a Bluetooth-enabled vibrating node, slight pulses throughout the night encourage wearers to adjust their sleeping positions without waking them up—similar to their spouse’s tugging (only far more gentle). Connecting to an app which records sleep patterns and is able to distinguish snoring noises (even when multiple people are in the room), the device learns when you do and don’t snore while trying to guide you toward a better regulated, more peaceful slumber. Creating a personal record of your snuffling patterns, users can track and identify behaviors which influence their sleep (i.e.: drinking alcohol, smoking and taking certain medications). It even adjusts the schedule of the vibrations so you don’t get used to them.

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