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NORA [Anti-snoring device]
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NORA [Anti-snoring device]
Love to know what you forum folks think of this...[commercial link removed - instead, do a Google search for "nora smart"]. I just read about it in the financial section of our local paper....apparently they are having great success ...(selling them that is



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RE: NORA
From their web site:

"Nora is a non-medical device that reduces snoring. Those with apnea can use Nora to reduce their snoring but should not think of it as a replacement for treatments prescribed by their physician."

'Nuff said.
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RE: NORA
Absolutely...couldn't agree more !
Sorry for posting the link...didn't realize that is a no-no..It won't happen again.
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RE: NORA
Thanks for your post.
Someone recommended this to me just now. Thought I would do a search here.
The advice is perfect; I'm compliant and have been for 30+ years. So this Nora device would have to supplement my cpap gear.

(I've been experimenting with pillow choice, and even no pillows.Yesterday with no pillow and a chnstrap I had a perfect score on my ResMed S9E. Today different story. I actually rolled the wrong way,and pulled my cpap off the side table it's on. It landed upside down, on the carpet, still running. Hurt my back reaching for it to turn it off.)

Sleeping is hard sometimes.
DaveL
Compliant for about 30 Canadian years

I'm just a cpap user like you. I don't give medical advice. I hope to learn from you, and share my experiences with you. 
Seek the advice of a physician before seeking treatment for medical conditions including sleep apnea. Sleep-well

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