AD Taking it easy with Silentnight Anti-Snore Pillows

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*This is a sponsored post; however, all opinions are entirely my own.

This may be a bizarre thing to address, but I’m convinced I snore. Lately, I’ve been waking up with a dry and sore throat and drew the conclusion that I must snore. (I’ve also had confirmation from family members who I’ve shared a room with, so yeah – I snore). 

As I work in an office, I’m hyper-conscious about hydration and how my neck feels – and as I tend to sleep on my side and snore, I’ve not been feeling too comfortable. To solve all of the above problems, I’ve been trying out the Silentnight Anti-Snore Pillows* to improve my sleep and avoid waking up with tell-tale signs of snoring… 

Personally, I’m a huge advocate of plenty of pillows and I sleep with two large square ones and two rectangle ones – which I’ve now swapped for the Silentnight Anti-Snore Pillows*. The Silentnight offering have a combination of a supportive foam core surrounded by hollow fibre – this means it’s incredibly supportive and really comfortable. Recommended by the British Snoring Sleep Apnoea Association, it’s actually been proven to reduce snoring and frequency volume by 50% (see research here). 

The pillow is a nice middle ground of not too hard, not too soft – and has the perfect amount of fluffiness for it avoid looking too flat – sidenote, really not a fan of overly flat pillows. Because of the foam core, there’s a wonderful fullness to it which means that my bed always looks full (because no one finds flat pillows aesthetically pleasing…). It’s also hypoallergenic which is an essential for all allergy suffers.

After sleeping on it now since the 24th of April, I’ve noticed such a difference in how I’ve been sleeping and how I’ve felt waking up. Just to double check the snoring test, I downloaded an app that recorded my sleep and it confirmed that I’ve been sleeping like a silent baby… At only £12.99, each pillow is seriously worth it. Even if you don’t snore, it’s made such a difference to how I sleep and how my neck is positioned, that it’s worth it for that alone! It is worth noting that I’m a side sleeper and still find it incredibly comfortable -  it works for both side & back sleepers.

Do you or your partner suffer from snoring at all? Are you up for trying these pillows?