Somnibel Positional Sleep Therapy Trainer from Sibelmed

SKU08767 Somnibel

Somnibel Positional Therapy Trainer provides a simple, comfortable solution for positional snoring and Sleep Apnoea.

Around 1 in 4 people are positional snorers, meaning their only snore while sleeping on their back.

A 30-day satisfaction guarantee supports Somnibel – if you do not experience the benefit of positional therapy within 30 days, then you can return it for a full refund.

This product is not eligible for VAT relief.

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£249.00

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£29.99

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Somnibel Sleep Therapy Trainer & Anti-Snoring Device

The Somnibel Sleep Position Therapy Trainer provides a simple, comfortable solution for positional snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnoea.

Around 1 in 4 people are positional snorers, meaning they only snore while sleeping on their back. Half of Sleep Apnoea patients only experience the symptoms while sleeping on their back and not on their side or stomach. The Somnibel offers an effective, non invasive alternative to CPAP therapy.

How Somnibel Works

Somnibel is a small, effective, anti-snoring device for Sleep Apnoea which is worn on the forehead. It vibrates whenever your roll over on to your back and facing upward, gently encouraging you roll back over to sleep on your side. Positional Therapy is a clinically-proven alternative to CPAP therapy, with studies showing it can obtain similar results in patients with position-dependent Sleep Apnoea.

We are confident you will join the thousands of people benefiting from this simple, unobtrusive and effective method of treatment.

 

Fast
Easy
No adjustment
Comfortable

For Snoring or Mild Sleep Apnoea

The Somnibel can be purchased as an anti-snoring device to treat snoring or mild symptoms of Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA).

If you are purchasing this device to treat OSA as an alternative to your current prescribed treatment, then please discuss positional therapy with your consultant to ensure it is a suitable option for you. All orders are fulfilled on the understanding that this treatment has been approved for your use.

If you are purchasing it for snoring, then we would recommend seeking confirmation of suitability.

Try it for 30 days, or your money back

The Somnibel is an effective treatment for positional snoring or mild Sleep Apnoea. If you find this device is not providing the level of effectiveness you expect, we will provide a full refund. Simply return the device to us within the 30-day returns period, complete with all packaging and in the condition in which it was received, and we will refund the full purchase price. Please note postage costs cannot be refunded, and we reserve the right to reduce or refuse a refund for incomplete or damaged items returned or any received outside the 30-day period.

If you are unsure, please contact us, and we can advise you.

Additional information

Manufacturer

Sibelmed

VAT relief eligible

Yes

Made In

Spain

Condition

New

Warranty

24 Months

CE/UKCA Certified

Yes

Clinically validated

Yes

Suitable for

Positional Sleep Apnoea

Can sleep position stop snoring?

Yes, changing your sleep position can help to stop snoring. The position in which you sleep can affect the likelihood of snoring, as certain positions can cause your airway to become partially blocked, leading to snoring.

Sleeping on your back can cause your tongue and soft palate to collapse to the back of your throat, partially obstructing your airway and leading to snoring. If you sleep on your stomach, the position can put strain on your neck and cause your throat muscles to relax, again leading to partial airway obstruction and snoring.

Sleeping on your side can help to reduce snoring by keeping your airway open. Using a body pillow to support your back and keeping your spine aligned can also help to reduce snoring.

It’s also a good idea to talk to your doctor if you’re concerned about snoring, as it can sometimes be a sign of a more serious underlying problem, such as Sleep Apnoea.