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    This anti-snoring device safely stops the nocturnal rumblings that keep everybody awake

    This anti-snoring device safely stops the nocturnal rumblings that keep everybody awake
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    TLDR: The Snore Circle Anti-Snoring Sleep Aid Muscle Stimulator uses vibrations to stop snoring dead in its tracks so you — and your partner — can have a better night’s sleep.

    The average person snores just over 2.5 times each night, covering a total of about 22 minutes

    It’s a little less for women, a little more for men, but truthfully, no one is immune from the effects of snoring. It may not seem like a big problem…that is, until your sleep or the sleep of a partner is impacted by it virtually every night.

    A lot of methods claim to be the solution to snoring hassles, but it isn’t every day that outlets like Wareable call the Snore Circle Anti-Snoring Sleep Aid Muscle Stimulator ($68.95, 42 percent off, from TNW Deals) “the cure to your snoring nightmares.”

    It’s a bold claim, but for many who have tried it, this easily attachable wearable has proven to do the trick. 

    The device goes right to the heart of the snoring problem — and it isn’t a snorer’s nose. It’s the throat.

    Attached to the neck via adhesive, the Snore Circle is positioned just under the chin during sleeping hours. As the relaxed muscles in the back of the sufferer’s neck start to block their airway, the device hears the snoring, then begins emit micro impulses into the nerves of the chin. 

    Ranging from weak pulses up to stronger pokes, the stimulator works to tighten up the muscles of the throat, opening the airway back up to free up breathing and cut out the snoring for good.

    The device packs 36 different varieties of vibrations, slowly increasing its strength to find just the right balance between the stimulation and your sleep. Once it registers you’ve stopped snoring, the device will shut itself off again and stop the vibrations.

    This medical-grade device is easy to use, entirely safe, causes no skin irritation, and even collects sleep data via the accompanying app so you can see the impact the stimulator is having on your sleep.

    Regularly $119, the Snore Circle Anti-Snoring Sleep Air Muscle Stimulator is now on sale at over 40 percent off its regular price, down to just $68.95.

    Prices are subject to change