Sunday, April 15, 2012

SnoreRx Pillow Liners Relief for Snorers and their Loved Ones: Review and Giveaway


SnoreRx Pillow Liners
Relief for Snorers and their Loved Ones
Review and Giveaway


Raise your hand if you have a snorer in the house. 

If you could see me you would see that I have 2 hands up in the air.  My husband sounds like he is sawing logs and my daughter is trimming the branches. Sometimes it can keep me from falling asleep and others it wakes me up from a dead sleep and I can not get back to sleep. There are nights when I go sleep on the couch just to get a little shut eye.

Could you use a better night's sleep?

I know I can! Honestly, who couldn't!

According to WebMD.com, snoring is one of the most common sleep disorders, affecting approximately 90 million Americans.  Forty-five percent of adults snore occasionally, and 25 percent are considered to be habitual snorers.  Snoring occurs more frequently in men and has a tendancy to worsen with age.

About SnoreRX Pillow Liners
SnoreRx pillow liners are infused with a therapeutic blend of pure and natural essential oils. SnoreRx patented pillow liners are the secret to the SnoreRx system. Because of our unique delivery system for natural essential oils, you need not worry about making an oily mess or come into contact with oils at all, making SnoreRx the only user friendly and natural remedy to relieve your snoring symptoms. 

How it works

No pills, no foul tasting sprays, no uncomfortable devices and no sticky strips to stick on your face.  Simply put the patch on your pillow and breath in the blend of essential oils.

Over Thirty Mommy's Thoughts
I will try anything the get a better night's sleep.  So when the SnoreRx pilloe liners arrived, I thought that I would sneak the pillow liner onto his pillow with out him even noticing.  Unfortunately that plan did not go smoothly, he smelled it the minute we walked in the door.  After him asking what that new smell was I had to admit to what I did and show the liner to him.  We both found the blend of essential oils to be strong but it was still pleasant.  My husband has some sensitivities to fragrances so we had  to remove the pillow liner from his pillow after it only being there a few hours but we could smell the essential oil for at least 4 days.

Even with having to remove the liner after a few hours, I enjoyed the next few nights snore free.  If I didn't think that he would notice, I would rub the liner on his pillow every night to get just a little bit of the essential oils onto it so that I could continue to enjoy snore free nights.

WIN:
one lucky Over Thirty Mommy reader will win a one month supply (10 liners) of Snore Rx Pillow Liners to enjoy snore free nights of their own.



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**Disclaimer: I received free product in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated in any other manner. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Other people may have different experiences with the products.**

23 comments:

debbie said...

My son's snoring is so loud, I can hear him when I am at the other end of the house, with the tv on.

Here is a hint, if the smell is too strong with the snore rx, put it under the sheet,etc instead of the pillow. The smell isn't as strong and you still get the benefit.

ShellieAndBrutus said...

I'M the snorer-my husband has kicked me, pushed me, tried to roll me on my side, shook me awake. Nothing works. I feel really bad for him and have tried to sleep in different positions, tried those nose strips, they haven't helped.
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Kerry said...

My fiance's snoring sounds like a pig snorting. It drives me nuts!

k. said...

Usually I just nudge my husband and he stops snoring.

Debra Guillen said...

My significant other's snoring sounds like a chain saw

Sarah G. said...

My husband snores off and one...when I can't get him to stop with an elbow to the ribs, I kick him to the couch.

slb3334 said...

I am told I snore like a chain saw.

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Ravyn Jazper-Hawke said...

My boyfriend's snoring sounds like a rabid polar bear with allergies.

Anonymous said...

I usually push my husband a few times to make him stop snoring. Five minutes later, it happens again.


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Candice said...

I'm the snorer in our family. I sound like a walrus being run down by a freight train. I have tried breath right strips, natural throat sprays, body pillows to force me in an "anti-snore" position, special pillows....nothing has worked. This week I ordered a special type of mouth guard, so I'll try that this weekend.
Thank you for the chance to win!
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Tanya said...

i always push my honey!!!
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Tamar said...

I pull the pillow under his head!

Gianna said...

Usually trying to get him to shift a little to breathe better works.. for a while.

JR Pickett (Vicki Vix on r/c form) said...

I don't have a sig other so I don't have to worry about snoring. In the past I've tried things liking waking my partner up and making them turn over. Which is funny because now I'm the one who snores like a freight train. And I've tried the breathe right strips, nasal decongestants, sleeping on my back, 3 pillows, etc. Nothing works except using a strong nasal decongestant just before I go to bed. Unfortunately the effects don't last a whole night. fromfurrin at gmail dot com

Anonymous said...

it sounds like he is gargling really lound.

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Diana said...

I hate to admit I'm the snorer!! My husband usually just changes my sleeping position
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Madeline Brubaker said...

Unfortunately I'm the snorer and I've actually bought a mouthguard but haven't gotten myself to use it yet!

BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com said...

When my husband starts snoring I push him to wake him up, he switches positions and hopefully stops snoring.
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Mandy said...

My mom is a snorer so I would get these for her- or for my dad :)

Karen Propes said...

My husband and I both snore loud. I can't hear the TV if he falls asleep on the couch. My MIL says we snore like we are competing with each other. He says I snore so loud that he can't sleep. We have tried the strips, punching rolling over even putting hot hot sheets on each other. I would love to win and try these. We stay at my MIL about 2 to 3 times a week then home. If this works she might be able to get a quiet sleep.
ncjeepster@aol.com

Karen Propes said...

My husband and I both snore loud. I can't hear the TV if he falls asleep on the couch. My MIL says we snore like we are competing with each other. He says I snore so loud that he can't sleep. We have tried the strips, punching rolling over even putting hot hot sheets on each other. I would love to win and try these. We stay at my MIL about 2 to 3 times a week then home. If this works she might be able to get a quiet sleep.
ncjeepster@aol.com

amy16323 said...

my husband sounds like a freight train
amy16323(at)gmail(dot)com

Chelsea A said...

I actually don't have a kid or SO that snores - the problem is ME! I sometimes wake myself up doing it, too, less because of the noise but more just because my breath gets caught in my nose and I get startled by it. It's pretty lame! So that is only sort of an answer to the question, but ... I hope it counts? Haha. I haven't tried much to stop snoring, but I really probably should. It can't be pleasant for others. And I hate waking up from it.

 

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