SmartSleep Snoring Relief Band by Philips

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Philips SmartSleep Snoring Relief Band is intended to reduce snoring disruptions for positional-dependent back snoring where snoring ceases when sleeping on your side. Using clinically proven technology, the positional monitor detects when you’re moving onto your back and delivers vibrations that prompt you to sleep on your side.

The sensor has a self-learning algorithm that optimizes the vibration levels based on your individual response rate.

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