With more than half of all U.S. households affected by snoring, there is new hope for the enormous number of sleep-deprived snorers and their loved ones. Coming from Australia in the unexpected form of a sterling silver ring called the Therapeutic Snore Ring.

As an alternative to surgery and other invasive, uncomfortable or burdensome treatments, the Snore Ring has been proven to work for the vast majority who try it in Australia “ and is making its long-awaited formal US launch this month.

The human body requires about 7-8 hours of undisturbed sleep each night to allow optimal alertness and the physical and mental regeneration required for general good health. Those awakened continually by snoring can suffer from unnatural drowsiness, irritability, lack of focus or attentiveness, low libido, dry or sore throat, and a number of other maladies.

The Snore Ring requires no medicines or sprays, no surgery, and no large uncomfortable devices placed into the mouth. It™s a sterling silver ring carefully designed to apply firm but gentle pressure to a specific area of the little finger which, through principles of acupressure, create a relaxed, calming effect to areas of the nose and throat.

The Snore Ring is based on the proven ancient technique of Chinese acupressure, an ancient practice that has helped people for over 3500 years. By applying pressure to the pressure point located on the left hand, it clears a flow of energy, aiding in the prevention of snoring.

Since the first development of the Snore Ring in Australia, companies around the world have attempted to copy the principle and concept but have only received mixed results. Now, the original is available in the United States for direct purchase via the website www.thesnorring.com.

Media: For photographs, background materials, press releases, an interview with a Snore Ring expert, or a media test sample of the Snore Ring, please contact Paul Williams at MediaLine Communications — 949/916-6880 or MediaLine2@aol.com.

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