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Snoreclipse Review: Snoring Solution

Snoreclipse Snoring Solution is an alternative snoring remedy that utilizes magnetic therapy. If you ever wanted to flaunt a nose ring, but you’re not into the whole piercing thing, here is your chance. Good news is if you don’t like the way it looks on you that’s ok, because you only need to wear it at night while you sleep.

This stop snoring remedy is a small plastic ring with two small magnets. The ring is inserted into the nose overnight and is supposed to magnetically stimulate the sensory nerves in the nose which in turn prevents the nasal passage from closing. The stimulation is what prevents you from snoring. Magnets can also be applied to other areas of body to help stimulate nerves that can indirectly help deal with snoring.

One Response to “Snoreclipse Review: Snoring Solution”

  1. Karri

    Hello Mr. Shaw:I am a student at Roosevelt University chsanig after a Masters in Training and Development. Thank you for your solidly spoken blog. I was cheerring when I came across your comments the training is intended for the company–not me, personally. I get it. But shouldn’t it be? I do the work. The training should be part of my portfolio just as my education and work experience. and training is rarely viewed as an opportunity to succeed, but rather a way of increasing productivity. Fair enough for business sake, but lousy for personnel retention. I can relate as I was at my former employer for 14 years. I usually put forth a positive effort, remained supportive and approachable but became increasingly marginalized. In one performance eval I told my manager I was beginning to feel like an old Clydesdale tied to a fence post just clomping my hoof. She acknowledged she did need to provide more challenging experiences for me. In my opinion, I think that employers are afraid to invest any substantial effort in retaining good long term employees as they are fearful that we would leave anyway and it is easier and less expensive to bring in new hires despite the cost of training new employees. I appreciate your comment, here’s the way to keep me. Train me for the next job when I’ve mastered this one, or train me for another if this doesn’t look like it’s the best fit. I’m good for something. You invested time and money when you hired me. Help me help you give it back. Now if we could only figure out a way to have them listen –

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