Brookstone launches anti-snore pillow

Enjoy a peaceful night's sleep and significantly decrease the rhythmic, strident sound of your partner's incessant snoring with the Brookstone® Anti-Snore Memory Foam Pillow. The specialty retailer and product development company recently launched its anti-snore pillow with a clinically tested design helpful in reducing snoring and providing comfort without altering your natural sleep style or position.

The Brookstone® Anti-Snore Pillow uses an innovative design to help reduce snoring. At first glance, the pillow looks -- and feels like a pressure-relieving memory foam neck pillow. Inside, the support system gently yet firmly cradles your head and neck, conforming to the natural contours of your body, while helping to keep your chin out and maintain a more open airway for better sleep. No matter what position -- back or side -- you and your partner can finally gain a peaceful night's sleep.

"One of the causes of snoring is the misalignment of the head, the neck and the shoulders, which may lead to a restricted airway during lung expansion for taking a deep breath," says Board Certified physician 'Dr. Jorge' Rodriguez. "The soft, supportive memory foam conforms to the exact profile of your body, resulting in better airway pressures and access to air," Dr. Jorge concludes. An expert in internal and preventative medicine who operates out of his Newport Beach, CA private practice, 'Dr. Jorge' avidly utilizes and recommends the Brookstone® Anti-Snore Memory Foam Pillow.

Brookstone's Anti-Snore Pillow is made with natural green tea, charcoal and castor oil, and features a removable cover for cleaning and removable foam inserts for customizable neck support. "I don't think we realize the detriments of not gaining good sleep, as it is crucial for our daily performance and interactions," says Dr. Jorge.

Individuals looking for a clinically tested solution to help reduce snoring can find this anti-snore pillow exclusively at all Brookstone® stores throughout the country, and online at www.brookstone.com.

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