The Sleep Council Antisnore-pillow-cropped-300x167 Win! An Anti-Snore Pillow Every Day During National Stop Snoring Week
With snoring affecting around 40 per cent of the UK population, the British Snoring and Sleep Apnoea Association’s annual National Stop Snoring Week aims to make people aware that nobody needs suffer as a result of snoring: it is a condition that can be treated.
Snoring is one of the most common reasons why many people struggle to sleep and very few know what causes it and how to treat it.
Not only can snoring have a big impact on your sleep but it can affect your partners too.  One of the biggest complaints about sharing a bed is snoring and studies show that many British couple opt to sleep alone every night for this reason. For some ear plugs can be a huge help but when a partner’s snoring becomes a significant and ongoing problem, seek help. What starts off as a niggle can become a major issue– so it’s important to get it sorted.

Leading bedding specialist, Slumberdown has some top tips from its sleep expert, Sammy Margo, on how to tackle snoring:

1. Record your partner snoring
Recording the snoring and playing the sound back to your partner will help them both acknowledge that there is a problem, and understand the scale of it. Many snorers will spend years not actually realising how loud their snoring is. Once your partner is aware, they’re more likely to be more cooperative in tackling the problem and you’ll be in it together.

2. Use a snoring app such as quit snoring to help
There are several brilliant sleep apps out there that will help reduce snoring. I would strongly recommend one called ‘Quit Snoring’ which has been compared as one of the best snoring apps on the App Store. The app records and displays your information about your sleep, sleep environment and your snoring. When monitoring your sleep and detecting a snoring pattern Quit Snoring will play a message and nudge you.

3. Go to bed before your snoring partner
Choosing the correct pillow can actually effect your snoring considerably. Having a pillow that doesn’t support your head and neck will constrict your airways, and therefore increase the likelihood of you snoring. Try a pillow that is specifically designed to stop snoring, such as Slumberdown’s Anti-Snore pillow available at Tesco, £6.00. The ‘S’ shaped design of the inner foam core, supports the head and neck which encourages better breathing.

4. Try going to bed before your sleeping partner gets a chance to set of snoring
Going to bed before the snorer does will mean you won’t suffer from the anxiety of waiting for them to fall asleep and begin snoring which you know will keep you awake. Even if the snoring usually wakes you up, at least this way you can get a head start with your sleep and you never know, you might even sleep through the noise when your partner joins you.

5. Sew a tennis ball into the back of the snorer’s pyjamas
It might sound bonkers but it’s one of my best tips to prevent snoring. Sewing a tennis ball onto the back of the snorer’s pyjamas will make it uncomfortable to lie on their back, which is the position most likely to trigger snoring. Instead, the snoring partner will be forced to sleep on their side and will therefore be less likely to snore.

6. Try some throat spray
Throat spray is a brilliant, nifty and inexpensive solution to help reduce snoring. It works in the same manner as anti-snoring mouthwash, specifically formulated throat spray helps to tighten and lubricate your throat muscles, therefore encouraging better breathing. Natural formulations in certain sprays can last for up to 8 hours so you shouldn’t need to respray in the middle of the night.


Slumberdown is offering you the chance to win one of its Anti Snore pillows (worth £6), which have been created to help relieve the symptoms of snoring. One pillow will be up for grabs over the five days! Winners will be drawn at random.

The soft, hollow fibre pillow has been specially designed with a ‘S’ shaped inner foam core which helps encourage better breathing by supporting the head and neck correctly, and can therefore help to reduce snoring and improve sleep.
The daily competition closes at 4pm on each day from Monday 25th – Friday 29th April. Winners will be announced on The Sleep Council’s Twitter and Facebook pages. To enter you must follow AND retweet on Twitter OR like, comment AND share on Facebook.

For further information on the complete Slumberdown range click here.

Competition terms:
To enter you must be a UK resident over the age of 18
No purchase is necessary for entry to this free prize draw.
Entry is limited to one per person and exclusively via Twitter and Facebook.
This draw is not open to employees, partners and associated agents of The Sleep Council or anyone concerned with this promotion or to members of any of our sponsors’ products. Bulk entries made from trade, consumer groups or third parties will not be accepted.
There are five prizes available –a Slumberdown Anti-Snore Pillow.
Sorry, no cash alternative will be offered and the prize is non-transferable.
The closing date each day is 4pm over the period of Monday 25th – Friday 29th April. The winners will be drawn at random.
The competition winner will be notified as soon as possible. If the Promoter is not able to get in contact with the winner within 14 days, the prize will be forfeited and an alternative winner will be drawn. It is the winner’s responsibility to notify the Promoter of any change in contact information.
The winner may not use the prize in conjunction with any other offer, promotion or prize draw.
The prize is subject to availability and the Promoter reserves the right to change the prize to an alternative of similar value without notice if circumstances beyond their control require it to do so.
The Promoter reserves the right to reject fraudulent entries.
Proof of sending will not be accepted as proof of receipt. Responsibility cannot be accepted for entries lost, damaged or delayed due to technical problems.
The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any technical issues, system or software failures encountered during entry into the promotion.
The Sleep Council will not be liable for loss or damage whatsoever caused by matters arising from this promotion.
The winners will be asked permission for their names and county to be posted on social media.
The entry instructions form part of the Terms & Conditions. By entering, entrants agree to accept and be bound by the Terms & Conditions. Entrants must read and accept the competition Terms & Conditions to be eligible. The Promoter reserves the right to change the Terms & Conditions.
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