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Nitetronic America launches wearable-friendly anti-snore pillow into North America


UPLAND, Calif. - Nitetronic America on Monday launched its latest revolutionary German engineered anti-snore pillow goodnite into the U.S. and Canadian markets. Goodnite is designed to reduce snoring and maintain deep sleep.

"There is no other anti-snore product on the market that is so comfortable, easy to use, and has no side effects," stated Dora Lin, director sales Nitetronic America. And with the 'Nitelink2' application, users can connect goodnite to a smartphone and monitor the effectiveness of goodnite and their sleep quality.

Thousands of users have been benefitting from goodnite since 2012 in Europe, the company noted.

When snoring is detected, goodnite inflates a specific air-chamber inside the pillow, which turn the head automatically, quietly and gently to the side. Through this movement the distance between the tongue and the throat is increased. The soft tissues in the upper airways, which generate the typical snoring sound are also straightened.

The working principle of goodnite and its effect on snoring have been analyzed during a clinical study at the University ENT-Clinic of Mannheim, Germany in 2013/2014.  This IRB compliant clinical study under the supervision of Joachim Maurer revealed a significant reduction of snoring and no deterioration of relevant respiratory parameter during sleep. A snoring reduction of 67% in average with users in home environment has been published by the University ENT-Clinic of Mannheim, Germany in 2013 as a "Field-Test" with 157 participants.


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