SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., June 3 /PRNewswire/ -- What's the best gift-giving strategy if you're a woman trying to figure out how to please her man on Father's Day? Do what little kids do - give him the gift you really want for yourself.
OK, that probably rules out the '65 Mustang and the even-bigger screen TV.
So what would be the best present for millions of women - one that would actually be a true gift to their mates as well? How about something that would put an end to his cosmically annoying snoring? That way you both win - you finally get a good night's sleep and he gets to live with a more rested, nicer you (and probably sleep better himself).
That's the idea behind a unique Father's Day gift suggestion from the makers of Brez(R), a revolutionary new and effective anti-snoring device - give your man the means to stop snoring and then reward him handsomely when he does.
If you have any doubt that many women would find that idea appealing, you need only turn to a study by the National Sleep Foundation. Of respondents who were married or living with someone, 23% reported one partner regularly camping out in a separate bedroom or on the sofa because one partner had sleep problems.
The great thing about making a Father's Day present of an anti-snoring aid is that there are a lot to choose from. The problem, though, is that the vast majority are uncomfortable to wear, ugly or make unsubstantiated claims about how well they work.
But Brez(R), (www.mybrez.com) which has come on the market this year just in time for Father's Day, has been found in a clinical trial to significantly reduce snoring and to also significantly improve (by 88%) the sleep quality reported by test subjects' bed partners.
Brez(R) (pronounced "breeze") is made of soft and comfortable, nearly invisible medical grade material that inserts easily into the nose. Brez(R) gently props open nasal passages to reduce the tissue vibrations that cause primary snoring. Brez(R) also allows greater air flow and can be worn unnoticed during the day when some users report it relieves nasal congestion. (Brez(R) cannot treat sleep apnea, a condition in which interrupted breathing causes snoring - a special breathing apparatus is sometimes medically prescribed for that.)
For an illustration of how much better women sleep when their bedmates use Brez(R), you need go no further than Mindi Osborn, CEO of AirWare, Inc., the company that makes Brez(R). Before she decided to become associated with AirWare, she wanted to be sure the product would work on a key test subject: her husband Jim.
"Every morning around 2, his snoring would wake me up. I would be livid. I'd grab my pillow, my cat, a blanket and go stomping across the house to the guest room. This went on for years," Osborn says.
"It controlled our lives. I was exhausted. I would say things to him. He didn't care. I was so tired and he would blame it on hormones."
Then Mindi met David Dolezal, the inventor of Brez(R), who provided her with a sample, which her husband tried. It worked.
"That night, seriously, I thought he was dead. I was up all night. I was touching him, I was checking for his pulse. I was deafened by the silence. He woke up and he felt amazing and I was exhausted because I was literally up the whole night."
"My doctor had given me sleeping pills, everything, to help me sleep through his snoring. So this was really significant."
"It really had a major impact on my life. Our relationship is definitely better. "
Father's Day gift shoppers can take advantage of a special $2 coupon being offered at mybrez.com. Brez(R) is available at many national and independent pharmacies and online.
About AirWare, Inc.
AirWare, Inc., founded in 2008, develops, manufactures, and markets Brez(R), a premium, ergonomic, intranasal breathing aid. Brez is a patented anti-snoring solution clinically proven to significantly reduce snoring, made without drugs, latex or adhesives. Based on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration definition, Brez has been reviewed and categorized as a Class I exempted medical device, for marketing as an over-the-counter treatment to help relieve symptoms for many conditions related to impaired breathing, such as snoring. To learn more about AirWare visit www.mybrez.com or call 877-299-6700.
|SOURCE AirWare, Inc.|
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