Goodbye snoring
Hello peace and quiet


We all want to feel our best, and sometimes the simplest way to get there is through better rest. Getting a good night’s sleep is just as important to your overall health as eating well and exercising regularly.1 However, when constant loud snoring disrupts the peace and quiet it can prevent both you and others from getting enough sleep. It’s not just loud and frustrating, but snoring or regularly waking up tired (and grumpy) means you probably aren’t getting the type of quality sleep you need.
So if you snore, or sleep within ear-shot of a snorer, find out how you ditch that extra cup of coffee in the morning, and get back to a deep snore-free sleep so you can awaken refreshed every day.

What is snoring, who snores and why?

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Why do some people snore and others don’t? Is it serious or just inconvenient?

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Have you been told you snore or is loud snoring affecting your sleep?

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Learn how to get a better night’s sleep without all the noise.

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Introducing the MyNight App

You and your partner deserve better sleep!

Are you or your partner's snoring a sign of a more serious health condition?
Don't ignore it! Take action today! myNight will give you an immediate insight into your sleep.

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Is snoring more common than you think?

Almost 24% of men snore loudly and often, but they’re not alone. 17% of women snore too2.

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Source: Vecchierini MF et al. Sleep Med. 2016 Mar;19:131-40.