Fed-up wife is delighted to find the $20 Aldi ‘anti-snore’ pillow really works – but you’ll have to be quick if you want to get your hands on one
- An Australian mum has revealed how Aldi pillows have improved her family life
- The pillows are ‘anti-snore’ and now everyone in her house sleeps very well
- She said three snorers in her home have all but stopped – helping relationships
An Australian woman has revealed how a simple bedroom item has improved her marriage – and everyone in her home is thrilled by it.
The woman bought ‘the snorers’ in her home Aldi anti-snore pillows and ‘after four weeks’ the verdict was in.
‘We have noticed very short periods of snoring, if any, and it is not as loud,’ she said.
A woman bought ‘the snorers’ in her home Aldi anti-snore pillows and ‘after four weeks’ the verdict was in
She said the pillows made for ‘very happy partners’ and improved sleep for everyone
‘Plus better sleep patterns and happier partners!’ she said.
The woman also claimed the family’s snorers have tossed out all of their other pillows – because the anti-snore one is so good.
‘I would recommend this to anyone with snoring issues,’ she said.
The pillows are $19.95, money the mum doesn’t regret spending on a future of peaceful night sleeps.
The excellent review left other partners of chronic snorers wanting to know more, including how to get their hands on one of the popular pillows.
‘They were a Special Buys item, so you will have to check your local stores,’ the reviewer said.
‘I bought the same one and can vouch for it,’ one person agreed.
‘It doesn’t involve holding the pillow over the snorers face does it,’ said one frustrated partner of a noisy sleeper.
Aldi brings the pillows out each year – and this time people rushed out to get them as soon as they hit the shelves.
A quick search online reveals there’s none in stock in Sydney, Adelaide, Perth or Brisbane and very limited stock in Melbourne.
‘It doesn’t involve holding the pillow over the snorers face does it,’ said one frustrated partner of a noisy sleeper
But not everyone was happy with the pillow, which works by correcting the position of the sleeper’s head and neck.
‘I am actually finding I snore more with this pillow, I wake myself up with my own snoring now. I am ready to return it,’ said one woman.
‘It didn’t work for my partner unfortunately,’ said another.
‘They don’t work for everyone unfortunately, sleep position is low on the list of snoring issues,’ another added.
The pillow has an ‘S’ shaped foam core which makes sleepers turn on their side instead of on their back which is when most people snore.
HOW DO ANTI-SNORE PILLOWS WORK?
Anti-snoring pillows help sleeper’s, and their partners who are probably suffering from sleep deprivation as a result of the snoring, in a couple of ways.
1 – Most chronic snorers are back sleepers
This means when they fall asleep their moths are usually open and their tongue slips to the back of their throat, partially blocking the airway. This is what causes the snoring sound.
2 – Made from hyper-allergenic materials
These materials reduce allergies, especially to dust and mites. This helps people sleep better as they can breathe easier.
3 – They keep your head at the right angle
Having pillows which are too high mean the neck is slanted or arched as you sleep. This will cause some people to snore – the anti snore pillows are usually made to combat this.
Source – Insomnia.net