Overcome snoring and sleep problems with these top products

NATIONAL Stop Snoring Week kicks off tomorrow.

One in four people in the UK are snorers – meaning their long-suffering partners are lumbered with sleep problems.

I’ve tried out snoring aids and our Beauty Editor has tested spring scents.

Health with Jane Atkinson

PLUG: I wasn’t sure how I’d feel about stuffing these purple plugs into my lugs at bedtime, but I was pleasantly surprised by EarHubs.

They fit snugly, blocking the ear canal. I barely noticed them after a few minutes and they stayed in all night.

They reduce noise by 27 decibels and snoring by as much as 50 per cent and come in foam and silicone scented with aloe vera. They won’t solve snoring but they do block it out.

Available from as little as £4.50 for ten pairs on boots.com.

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WEAR: Fortunately my partner agreed to wear this Anti-Snoring FlexClip to bed and I’m glad he did as it seemed to help and reduce his snoring.

The small hooks look absolutely terrifying but in fact they just clip into the nostrils, widening them, and allowing air to flow better into the lungs, reducing snoring.

It’s made with silicone and, he claimed, was comfortable to wear.

Available for £24 at healthysleepstore.com.

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SNUGGLE: I have tried some pricey anti-snoring pillows that have done nothing to help the problem so I was rather sceptical about this from the off.

The Kally Sleep anti-snore pillows claims to reduce snoring frequency and volume by 50 per cent thanks to an S-shaped ergonomic foam core designed to help open airways properly.

It worked best when my partner was on his back – but that did mean I had to keep rolling him over so I still didn’t get a full night’s sleep (£28, johnlewis.com).

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BUDGET –  M&S Discover Intense Nectar & Passionfruit eau de toilette, (£12.50 for 100ml marksandspencer.com): Fruity, floral and addictively sweet, this new spritz is just on the right side of cloying.

The invigorating mandarin and passion fruit notes remind me of fruit salad sweets, with a warming hint of rose and amber.

I didn’t notice the smell after a few hours, but it continued to rake in the compliments regardless – which is very satisfying for something that cost less than £20.

MID – Marc Jacobs Daisy Skies limited edition eau de toilette (£60 for 50ml, boots.com): With aquatic notes topping the bill of Marc Jacobs’ latest scent, I had high hopes from the outset.

Mixed with violet, jasmine and lotus, it’s very much a breath of fresh air but still errs on the sweet, floral side. If the British seaside was a perfume, it would be this – with a sand-dusted ice-cream thrown in for good measure.

It’s a great everyday fragrance that is sweet but sophisticated. Feels like a more grown-up take on the classic, powdery Daisy perfume.

LUXURY – Maison Margiela Replica When The Rain Stops eau de toilette, (£99 for 100ml, lookfantastic.com): They might say don’t judge a book by its cover, but you can definitely judge this perfume by its name.

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It’s a dead ringer for the smell of rain on hot pavement – less April showers and more reminiscent of the aroma when you emerge from the hotel room and from one breath you can tell there was a downpour the night before.

It’s comforting and modern, and completely different to the blossom-inspired perfumes you’d expect at this time of year.


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