World Sleep Day; the importance of healthy sleep

World Sleep Day

At Patney, we believe a good night’s sleep is key to finding the energy to live your life to the fullest, so what better day to talk about the importance of healthy sleep than, World Sleep Day.

If you’re a snorer, getting a healthy night’s sleep isn’t always an option you get to choose - anyone can be affected by snoring, at any time in their lives so you’re not alone. For example, women going through menopause.

I have experienced first-hand the impact snoring can have on energy levels, confidence and happiness. I spent years searching for an effective way to control my snoring, to no avail. My condition is also genetic, so I understand the feeling of helplessness when nothing worked.

Not getting enough sleep through a condition like snoring, doesn’t only cause continual fatigue but it also has harmful effects on your health, so it needs to be taken seriously.

According to the WellSleep Clinic, snoring can:

Cause weight gain

Chronic fatigue arising from the disturbed sleep associated with snoring can stimulate appetite which leads to weight gain which in turn can make your snoring more problematic.

Have a significant impact on relationships

Tired people tend to be more irritable and short-tempered than people who have regular healthy sleep.

Disrupt the sleep quality of your bed partner

People who share a bed with a snorer can become frustrated with having their own sleep disturbed. A medical study in Sweden investigating wives of snoring men found the wives suffered symptoms of sleep disturbance such as poor short-term memory and difficulty concentrating on tasks.

Increase your need to go to the bathroom throughout the night

This is because sleep disturbance throughout the night can prevent a person from producing the hormone that normally slows down urine production, therefore making you more likely to need to go to the toilet during the night.

Lower your libido

Chronic fatigue arising from problematic snoring or obstructive sleep apnoea can cause loss of libido, which in some cases can develop into impotence.

But what do I do?

Snoring can impact your energy levels and confidence. But I believe no one should have to put up with snoring. At Patney, we want everyone to experience the benefits a good night’s sleep can bring. Even the mildest of snorers have been using our sleep positioner and have experienced an influx in their energy levels.

A young father wrote to me and said he now has the energy to get up with his 10month old daughter at 5 am, whereas before using the Patney he didn’t, and it was left up to his wife. This is the type of feedback we love to hear and why Patney exists today. I’ve spent year’s feeling the way you do so I designed the Patney sleep positioner as a solution for controlling snoring, to help more people get a good night’s sleep, every night.

The Patney sleep positioner immediately controls snoring. It’s non-invasive, comfortable and customised to suit your weight and height. You can find how it works on our website.

I sought independent validation of the Patney sleep positioner through the WellSleep Centre - Otago University. The independent study proved the Patney sleep positioner is an effective way to control snoring.

Once I knew I had an effective and comfortable product, I set out on a journey to help more people control their snoring and find energy for life. So, to people who feel like nothing works, I urge you to give the Patney ago – we offer a 30-day money back guarantee because we know it works. Also, feel free to give me a call directly on +6478380844 if you have any questions.