Brookstone Anti-Snore Pillow

Anti-Snore Pillow
Travel Neck Pillow
Eye Mask
Set of Ear Buds

Sleep in your natural position and address symptoms of snoring with the Brookstone Anti-Snore Pillow.


  • Clinically tested and shown to be helpful in reducing snoring
  • Helps address the symptoms associated with snoring
  • Clinically demonstrated to help reduce symptoms associated with mild obstructive sleep apnea
  • Patients report and improvement in depth and quality of sleep
  • Helps opens the airway
  • Helps align the airway and spine
  • Built-in support system cradles your head and neck, to help keep your chin out and your airway more open
  • Memory Foam conforms to the natural contours of your body
  • No straps, slings, sleeves or new sleeping style needed
  • Removable outer cover is machine wash and dryable
    Ear Buds:
    Insert the small pointed flange into your ear, gently pushing against the largest flange. To ease insertion, reach over you head with one hand pull ear upward to open ear canal while pushing plug into your ear canal.

    Travel Neck Pillow & Eye Mask:
    Wash in Cold Water - Tumble Dry - No Bleach

    Anti-Snore Pillow:
    Do not machine wash or dry this pillow. If pillow becomes soiled, spot clean with mild soap, rinse, and gently squeeze the water out, let air dry.

    Ear Buds:
    After each use wash plugs with warm water and soap.

    Anti-Snore Pillow:
    25.5"L x 13"W x 5.5"H
    Weight: 6 lbs.
    Material Content: Polyester & Cotton

    Travel Neck Pillow:
    Material Content : Polyester & Nylon

    Eye Mask:
    Material Content: Polyester & Nylon

    Warranty: One year


    Please Note:
    As some snoring can be a symptom of a serious medical condition, We recommend an evaluation by a medical professional for screening of respiratory disorders or heart disease.

    The user of a pillow should consult with a health care provider for evaluation of serious obstructive sleep apnea or other respiratory disorders and heart disease, if snoring is accompanied by any of the following symptoms:
    - Frequent excessive daytime sleepiness
    - Periods of not breathing, as observed by bed partner
    - Awaking short of breath, choking or gagging
    - A history of heart disease
    - Being substantially overweight and clinically obese