“So I start a revolution from my bed”.
This Oasis quote acquires new meanings for people struggling with sleep disorders, such as snoring. The brand new anti snore Smart Pillow technology was announced by Nitetronic -sleeping disorders industry trendsetter.
Product by innovative startup from United Kingdom makes their customers sleep completely comfortable because the technology is located in the Pillow. From now, snoring fighters have the choice: either to put something like chewing pills or Anti-Snoring Mouthpiece into their mouth before falling asleep, or to use Goodnite™ Anti Snore Smart Pillow.
How the anti snore smart pillow technology works
Nitetronic technology consists of two parts: Snore sound identification and pillow’s impact on the sleeper. In the first phase special sound and vibration sensors detects the snoring and recognize it among the other sounds and noises. So, in case a sleeper is not snoring in a particular night, the technology will be not activated at all. If snoring was detected, movement phase will be enabled and the integrated air-chambers inside the pillow silently inflate and turn the head gently to the side. This sleeping position change will stimulate the muscles in the throat and open the airway. In this way the snoring will be reduced or stopped completely. The user will stay asleep, as well as people around. According to the Nitetronic product preview the product is Non-Invasive, has no side effects and safe for pregnant women. That’s why it could be used without a prescription. The cause of snoring is unique for every person; so, if you want to use the technology effectively, you’d better consult with a sleeping problems specialist.
The Smart Pillow could be easily connected to a smartphone app, in case you want to monitor your sleep. Tested persons showed positive results and snoring reduction during a clinical study conducted at The University ENF Clinic in Mannheim (Germany). Nitetronic gives potential users an opportunity to use the technology for a 30 day free trial agreement. So, you will be able to get some positive or negative feedback from your surroundings or simply test its efficiency with an app on your smartphone.
How big is the potential market?
According to the statistics, at least 30% of people are struggling because of sleeping disorders, like snoring. For example, the quantity of snorers in the United Kingdom is about 41.5% of the adult population. One survey of 5,713 American residents identified habitual snoring in 24% of men and 13.8% of women, rising to 60% of men and 40% of women aged 60 to 65 years. So, it suggests an increased susceptibility to snoring as age increases.
Unfortunately, sleeping is not a completely private thing and it could negatively affect the surroundings of the non-snoring person. Some people pay little attention to this problem and others are trying to solve it as fast as possible. The price of the pillow is quite high – about $300, but is is cheaper than other remedies. So, this patented Smart Anti-Snoring technology could potentially save the private life of many people across the world.