How to Stop Snoring? The Patney Solution

Scientifically proven to stop your snoring

How does the Patney control and stop your snoring?

  • Places you in the perfect sleeping position to open your airways – upper chest, throat and nose
  • Individualised to your body size and shape, because everyone is unique
  • Comfortably supports your head, neck and chest

Why is the Patney Anti-Snoring Solution so great? If you are asking your self “How to stop snoring?” then the Patney is a proven solution that helps everyone.

Each Patney is customised to support your height and weight, contouring to your body to ensure luxurious comfort throughout the night. The Patney is specially designed to keep your head straight and prevent your chin from dropping, thereby supporting an open airway.

We offer a 30-day money back guarantee if it doesn’t work for you

  • Proven to be effective by Otago University study
  • New Zealand designed and developed by a snorer
  • Designed for back and side sleepers
  • Wake up feeling refreshed and energised

Snoring affects your health and as such, any claims to effectiveness needed to be validated by authentic, credible sleep research. Early on we committed to having the Patney independently verified.

Once we arrived at a product design that we believed was extremely effective, it underwent an independent validation study by the WellSleep Centre – Otago University. This study, by Senior Lecturer, Dr Angela Campbell, Department of Medicine and Manager WellSleep, assessed the effectiveness of Patney in reducing snoring in a population of snorers and/or mild obstructive sleep apnoea subjects. The subjects were male and female, aged between 42-61 and covered a cross-section of ethnicities and body compositions.

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The results were extremely encouraging. The study found that the Patney improved sleep quality, that partners reported less restlessness, less snoring and improved sleep. Incredibly 89% of people who completed the study reported a reduction in their partner’s snoring.

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