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Snoring and Sleap Apnea could be a thing of the past.
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Snoring and Sleap Apnea could be a thing of the past.
Has somebody checked this stuff? Is it working or is the next fake? I speak about carbon anti snoring ear buds. It's not allowed to post links but you can find info at Commercial Link Removed.
Instead search for anti snore ear buds on Carbon Device web site.














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RE: Snoring and Sleap Apnea could be a thing of the past.
They won't stop snoring but they probably reduce the noise.
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RE: Snoring and Sleap Apnea could be a thing of the past.
I'll guess that the secret ingredient of carbondevice is that the audio played through the £20 £10 earbuds is an audiobook edition of The Power of Positive Thinking by Norman Vincent Peale.
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RE: Snoring and Sleap Apnea could be a thing of the past.
I like how they are all "stop sleep apnea / snoring with these ear plugs!!!" when what they mean is "block the sound of someone else who has sleep apnea / is snoring!".
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RE: Snoring and Sleap Apnea could be a thing of the past.
But this one is different: it also re-aligns your chakras while you sleep.

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RE: Snoring and Sleap Apnea could be a thing of the past.
I'd buy them if their claim was that they also rid the body of the Herpes virus.  Now THAT would be sumthn'.  Big Grin
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RE: Snoring and Sleap Apnea could be a thing of the past.
Probably. But just not stuck in your ears.
There.  I said it.

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