Silentnight’s £12 anti-snore pillow is getting rave reviews – and one chuffed wife claims it’s ‘stopped her husband’s snoring’ – The Sun

ANYONE who's ever slept next to a snorer knows how the endless noise can spoil a good snooze – but also how embarrassing it can be for sufferers.

So if you or your partner are struggling to sleep you'll be very pleased to hear about Silentnight's anti-snore pillow.

According to its description, the pillow has a "gently contoured shape" for orthopaedic support and comfort.

It works by positioning the head and neck, and has an internal foam core that's contoured to help improve breathing and body alignment.

It's finished with a premium microfibre cover for extra comfort.

Sceptical? Luckily, you don't have to fork out a fortune to give it a go.

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Sharing a bed with a snorer can really affect your sleeping patternCredit: Getty – Contributor

While the speciality pillow is a little pricier than a normal pillow, you could end up saving yourself a whole lot of money on coffee and ear plugs.

That's what actual users – and their partners – seem to suggest, anyway.

The pillow has been getting rave reviews online, with one person writing: "Hubby has stopped snoring so it is a five star from me."

Another said: "I was sceptical but desperate when I ordered this pillow.

"Only had it one week but it's already going on holiday with me as my husband says it works. Happy days!"

Not everyone has found that it's stopped their snoring altogether, but a number of buyers have said that it's improved their condition.

One commented: "The snoring has not been eliminated but definitely has been reduced so better night's sleep all round. Would recommend."

Another message reads: "It seems to be working so far, it's not 100% but there is a noticeable difference in my sleeping and less complaints from the wife."

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