How it Works
Let’s get started!
… with these simple steps.
Make sure your forehead is clean and dry.
Remove a Snooor sticker from the sheet.
Attach the exposed side (with the red tab) to the Snooor wearable.
4. Turn on
Press the button for approximately 3 seconds. The Snooor wearable will vibrate and a blue light will flash.
Peel the skin side tab off the sticker and place the Snooor wearable in the middle of your forehead.*
The Snooor wearable auto-starts in 20-minutes giving you time to fall asleep.
And while you're sleeping:
- You’ll benefit from improved breathing
- Your snoring may be eliminated or significantly reduced
- You and your partner will (finally!) enjoy restful nights, which leads to …
- … a vastly improved life
To turn off:
- Carefully peel off the Snooor wearable and dispose of the sticker.
- Press the power button. The device will vibrate for a few seconds, indicating that it has powered down.**
*An alternate location: the breastbone, free of body hair.
**The Snooor wearable also turns off automatically after eight hours.
Adjusting to your new sleeping position
Re-training your body to sleep on its side can take some time. The Snooor wearable may wake you up the first few nights. This is expected and a temporary adjustment to a new, healthier way of sleeping. As you continue to use the Snooor wearable, your body breaks the habit of sleeping on its back. The result: Your snoring may be significantly reduced. Best of all, you and your partner can start getting some real sleep! For more information about the adjustment period, click here.
For information on the Snooor stickers, please click here.
For instructions on how to replace the battery, please click here.
Sorry, but our lawyers insisted on this extra stuff:
The Snooor anti-snoring wearable is NOT intended for use as a treatment for breathing disorders, such as asthma, emphysema, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), sleep apnea or positional sleep apnea; or for use as a treatment for snoring caused by a deviated nasal septum, acute or chronic nasal congestion, abnormal repositioning of the jaw or enlarged tonsils.