About Sleep Well No More Snore Ring
Sleep Well No More Snore Ring is a snoring solution that claims to use the principle of acupressure to activate pressure points in your body, which open air passageways and ease snoring.
At night, simply place No More Snore Ring on your pinky finger with the ridges on the underside, and it promises to help stop you from snoring—without annoying inserts, nose strips, or mouthpieces!
Is the Snore Ring really an acupressure snoring solution, or just a gimmick that has no basis in reality? We fully understand the importance of stopping your snoring, which is why we’ll cover all the key points in this review. Let’s begin with the basics.
What is Acupressure? Can It Help You Stop Snoring?
Have you ever heard of acupuncture? Basically, practitioners claim that by lightly puncturing skin in very specific areas with ultra-fine needles, they’re able to tap into the body’s energy meridian. As a result, they can affect different areas of the body, especially organs, and cause real change, such as decreased pain and relief from hundreds of different conditions—including snoring.
Well, acupressure takes the same basic ideas found in acupuncture, but instead of using needles, these meridians are activated by applying direct hand pressure on specific areas of the body. In turn, the Sleep Well No More Snore Ring claims that it can provide these same acupressure benefits using only three small raised bumps on the underside of their adjustable ring.
Here’s something to note: Although the principles behind acupuncture have been used in traditional Chinese medicine for more than 5,000 years, there is little clinical evidence showing that there is any kind of energy meridian in the body. In the instance of the Snore Ring, this causes a bit of a snowball effect:
- First, even if there was evidence showing this energy meridian existed, there’s no evidence showing that it can be manipulated to affect change in the body.
- Second, even if it was shown that our body had an energy meridian that could be altered, there’s no evidence available showing that acupuncture can do so.
- Next, even if there was evidence showing that energy meridians existed and could be manipulated using acupuncture, there’s no evidence showing that acupressure provides the same benefits (if any) as acupuncture.
- Finally, even if acupressure was shown to be effective, there’s no evidence showing that small ridges on a object can create the same amount of pressure, and thus the same benefits, as traditional acupressure.
But hold on; don’t make up your mind about No More Snore Ring just yet, because there are still some important points to consider, including price.
How Much Does Sleep Well No More Snore Ring Cost?
You can only purchase two No More Snore Rings during checkout, which will cost you $10 plus $11.98 S&H.
All Snore Rings come with a 30-day refund policy, less S&H charges. Did you catch that? This means that if you decide to process a refund, by the time you ship them back to the company, you could spend 50% more in S&H than you’ll get back as a refund!
Nonetheless, you can contact InvenTel’s customer service department at 323-375-1042. Other than that they manufacture No More Snore Ring, what else can we tell you about InvenTel?
Who Makes No More Snore Ring?
Although InvenTel’s been in business since 2001, it seems they’ve really made their mark on the ASOTV industry over the past several years, with hugely popular releases like DashCam Pro, HD Free TV Antenna, Liberty Lantern, and more.
Here on HighYa, these products had an average rating of about 2 stars at the time of our research, with common complaints citing failure to work as advertised and less-than-stellar customer service experiences. In the instance of DashCam Pro, many customers seemed complained about long shipping times, which seems to have since been resolved.
Pro tip: The reality is that these are common complaints for most ASOTV products, and aren’t specific to InvenTel or any other company in the industry.
But does this mean you can expect to experience the same with the Snore Ring? While there’s certainly no reason to believe so, we think it’s worth mentioning and keeping in mind.
Sleep Well No More Snore Ring: The Solution to Your Snoring?
Ultimately, whether or not you should give No More Snore Ring a try depends on a combination of factors, so let’s quickly break it down:
- The benefits of acupressure: Although we came down pretty hard on acupuncture/acupressure above, the reality is that these practices have been used successfully my millions of people for a very long time. In the end, whether or not there’s clinical evidence to support their efficacy—or whether or not these benefits are the result of a placebo effect—if it works to help provide some snoring relief, then that’s really all that matters.
- Snoring is a personalized problem: As we detailed in A Step-by-Step Guide to Finding an Anti-Snoring Product that Works, there can be dozens of causes of snoring. As a result, what works to curb your snoring might not work at all for someone else. And even if it did, personal preferences (like comfort) can determine whether or not the same treatments will continue to be effective.
- Your finger size: Do you have especially small or large fingers? If so, No More Snore Ring appears to be one-size-fits-all (although there is a small slit in the side for minimal adjustability), so it might not provide the pressure needed to “activate” your energy meridian.
- S&H charges: Last, but certainly not least, although it’s positive No More Snore Ring comes with a 30-day refund policy, because of its high, non-refundable S&H charges, you’re basically putting $15 on the line by placing your order. Is it worth the risk? Ultimately, this is only something you can decide.
We’ve certainly covered a lot of territory in this review, but when it comes down to it, your ultimate goal is to curb—or completely stop—your snoring. After all, it’s not just an annoyance to your loved ones; it can also be a cause for health concerns.
Given this, rolling the dice on Sleep Well No More Snore Ring might be worth a shot, especially if you’ve tried other common anti-snoring products like chinstraps, mouth guards, nasal strips, and nostril wideners without any real success. Like any other product intended to address a medical concern though, we’d always recommend speaking with your doctor first, who can help point you in the right direction if you’re unsure where to turn.
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