Pillows Designed To Stop Snoring On Sale At Lidl From Tomorrow.

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Sick of your partner lying next to you snoring all night? Tired of being tired? Well, as of tomorrow, you can get yourself down to Lidl to pick up an anti-snoring pillow for around half the price you can expect to pay elsewhere. To be fair, we all snore. Whether you've got a bit of a cold, or have just fallen asleep on your back, it comes to us all.
That's pretty scant consolation for the people who are kept awake listening to their partner's breathing resonate out of their nose, though. But from tomorrow, you could be able to pick up a pillow made by Silentnight that will allow snoring related arguments and sleepless nights to be a thing of the past. This revolutionary device works by simply supporting your head a bit differently so it keeps them at the correct position for you to breath without it coming out as horrible (and potentially relationship ending) honking sounds. Whether it works after you've had a skin full and fallen asleep entirely clothed and face down in a mixed kebab isn't made clear from the promotional material. What is made clear is that it'll cost you £7.99 if you head down to a Lidl store from tomorrow morning - make sure you set an alarm, eh? That's a lot cheaper than anywhere else, and more than half as much as some places who are selling them for closer to 18 quid. Of course, other snore-proof pillows are available. In fact, Aldi's range of marriage-saving sleep aids made by Kirkton House recently sold out completely after going on sale in February. They're even cheaper than the ones that Lidl are flogging. The Kirkton House pillows set you about around £5.99. Not too shabby. However, for that extra two quid, you could get one of the Silentnight ones that have been garnering some incredibly positive reviews from users. One said: "I was sceptical but desperate when I ordered this pillow. Only had it one week but it's already going on holiday with me as my husband says it works. Happy days!"Another added: "The snoring has not been eliminated but definitely has been reduced so better night's sleep all round. Would recommend."There you have it. On top of that, it was tested by the British Snoring and Sleep Apnoea Association - you can bet their Christmas party is a riot - who found that it reduced the volume of snoring, as well as the frequency by about 50 per cent. That's got to be worth £7.99 of anyone's money, right?