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A revolutionary way to stop snoring is now available in North Bay

Smart Nora is a high-tech, low-touch approach to reducing snoring that’s getting rave reviews

What if you could kick snoring out of the bedroom for good?

Thousands of people have decided to fight back against snoring, reclaim their sleep quality and return harmony to the bedroom using a revolutionary technology called Smart Nora.

What causes snoring?

The disruptive sounds of snoring occur when your breathing passages become partially obstructed or when dehydration and congestion cause dryness in the throat.

Snoring is common, and if you need help, you’re not alone.

45 percent of Canadian adults snore occasionally, while 25 percent are habitual snorers. And as we age, snoring becomes even more common.

How to stop snoring with Smart Nora


Smart Nora offers a high-tech, low-touch approach to help with snoring. When this mic-enabled system detects early signs of snoring, it gently and silently inflates a padded insert under your pillow and stops the snoring without waking you up.

This movement stimulates the throat muscles and opens the airway. The result is uninterrupted, restful sleep every night for the snorer and their partner.

You can find out of Smart Nora is right for you by taking this four-question sleep quiz.

How does Smart Nora Stack up against other snoring solutions?

Smart Nora was designed to be non-invasive compared to other stop snoring devices like the anti-snore chin strap or snore guard. Smart Nora is contact-free (you don’t need to put anything on your face or mouth), customizable and discreet, and comes with personalized support.

Smart Nora has been featured in the New York Times, BBC, Good Morning America, and Oprah's Favourite Things. The benefits of Smart Nora have been verified by some of the leading sleep scientists in the world.

Discover what Men’s Health calls “the device that could save your marriage” and try Smart Nora risk-free with a 30-day money back guarantee and free shipping.