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Smart Nora Anti-Snore Device - Reduce Snoring Without Disrupting Sleep

Smart Nora Inc NORAGEN1
$449.00 $499.00
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Smart Nora uses AI to predict snoring, then creates a gentle and slow motion under the pillow to stimulate airway muscles and stops snoring without waking up the user or the bed partner.

Smart Nora is easy to setup and extremely comfortable, leading to high levels of adherence and life changing benefits for users.

Why Snoring Occurs: Snoring occurs when the airway becomes narrow.

When we fall asleep the upper throat muscles relax and the airway becomes narrower. When we breathe through a partially collapsed airway, the airway vibrates and creates the familiar snoring sound.

How Nora Helps: Nora gently moves the pillow to open airways.

When snoring is detected, Smart Nora starts a gentle movement in the pillow. This movement stimulates the throat muscles, allowing for natural breathing to resume, helping the partner and the snorer sleep through the night.

Overnight Results: The Data Doesn't Lie

Smart Nora reduces the volume of snoring below the level that can wake up a sleeping partner. As a result, both the snorer and partner will experience a significant improvement in sleep continuity and quality.

  • 78% of snorers say Smart Nora is better than other solutions they've used.
  • 72% of snorers would recommend Smart Nora.
  • 90% of participants found Smart Nora easy to include in their routine.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How long does it take to get results with Nora?

A: We want to give everyone the opportunity to test Smart Nora and ensure that it’s right for them. We recommend using Smart Nora for 7-14 consecutive nights in order to achieve optimal results. Manu users see results in the first few nights, and majority of our users experience a reduction in their snoring after 7 consecutive nights of using Smart Nora.

Q: How does the motion of the pillow not wake up the snorer?

A: Once the motion of the pillow becomes a familiar element, you will no longer notice it. In fact one of the functions of our brain is to recognize familiar elements in the sleep environment and ignore them.

Many Nora users don't feel the motion of the pillow from the first night. Depending on how much of light sleeper you are it can take you up to 14 nights to fully get used to the movement. The years of uninterrupted sleep afterwards are certainly worth it!

Q: Will Smart Nora work if I am a side sleeper?

A: Yes. Smart Nora's Pillow Insert has a folding structure that rises equally across the length of your pillow. This way, you can put your head anywhere and sleep in any position. Whether you prefer to sleep on your back, stomach or side, Nora will still provide a gentle rise and fall motion under your head to stimulate your throat muscles and reduce your snoring.

Q: Can I use my own pillow?

A: Yes! Smart Nora is designed to work with your favourite pillow. The slow movement of Smart Nora’s insert is transferred through the pillow to your head, so the thickness, shape, or softness of your pillow doesn’t effect Smart Nora’s performance. While you can use any pillow type, we do recommend using a queen-size pillow (50 x 70 cm / 20 x 30 inches) to ensure Smart Nora's Pillow Insert is edge-to-edge under your pillow.

Q: Can I travel with Smart Nora?

A: You absolutely can and should!
The battery in your Nora device has only 3.8 WH (watt hours), well below the FAA threshold.

Q: How is Smart Nora any different from other solutions?

A: Other solutions attempt to reduce snoring by putting your head in a specific position (like specialty pillows), or by physically moving your jaw and tongue (like mouthguards a.k.a. Mandibular Repositioning Devices) which are uncomfortable.

Smart Nora interrupts snoring with a fundamentally different method. By using a gentle movement Nora stimulates the muscles that support the airway. The airway resumes its normal open position and the snorer's breathing stays silent. No need to wake up or get forced to sleep in a specific position.

Nora's movement only begins when you are about to snore to prevent you from going into a loud snoring episode.