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The World’s Smallest Device is Here to Tackle The Snoring Sound We Hate

The World’s Smallest Device is Here to Tackle The Snoring Sound We Hate

If you have ever slept next to a snoring person, then you know the frustrations and struggles of getting even an iota of sleep. It feels as if you’re standing in a wind tunnel. Having to say that being a snorer is also frustrating too. Because you know you are impacting more on the life and health of your loved one and you can’t help too.

For one, snoring can make it hard for your partner to get to a sweet spot where he or she can sleep. And you don’t need to be reminded of the adverse effects of not getting enough sleep. From moodiness to stress and low productivity at work or school, inadequate or poor-quality sleep can take a huge toll on a person’s body, mind, and spirit.

If your snoring is affecting the one you love, you’re not alone; more than 1 billion people suffer from snoring. But there’s some good news, here at Lifehack we have discovered a device that can save both you and your loved one- Snore Circle, the smartest anti-snoring device, is here to help.

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What is a Snore Circle?

    Snore Circle is the world’s smartest anti-snoring device. Developed by Shenzhen-based VVFLY Electronics, Snore Circle is compact, smart, and comfortable. It’s currently the most effective anti-snoring solution.

    This nifty gadget identifies snoring sounds precisely using state-of-the-art sound recognition and bone conduction technologies and then arbitrates physically with micro vibrations and micro-sounds at incredible 54 levels. This way, you can stop snoring and have better sleep quality.

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    How Can This Small Device Save Your Life? 

    Their Smart Technologies Adjust The Intervention Based On Your Snoring Level

    Snore Circle can accurately identify snoring sounds, thanks to its integrated sound recognition and advanced bone conduction technologies. Snoring is caused by narrowing of airways when the tissue at the back of the throat relaxes. When the air flows, the constriction causes the vocal cord to vibrate. Once these snoring sounds are identified, the smart technologies send out intervening vibrations at 54 levels, from weak to strong, to stop snoring.

    Your Snoring Situation is All Trackable

      With well-designed app, users can keep a tab on their sleeping patterns and quality, and snoring situation. It’s this way that the devices can easily monitor user’s health situation and provide insights into snoring management.

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      Comfortable, Easy, and Safe for You

      It’s easier as 1, 2, and 3 to use Snore Circle.You plug into your ear, turn it on, and sleep like a baby. Also, VVFLY Electronics did a bang-up job with the design, using only ecological soft silicone for optimum in-ear comfort and easy removal.

      How Most User Say About This Little Device? 

      There are lots of product reviews out there and most of them are amazed by how smart this small device is.

      “Those looking for a snoring solution will find the ‘Snore Circle’ to be one of the more advanced options out there when it comes to eliminating the nighttime annoyance.” – TRENDHUNTER

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      “So you are tired of snoring and disturbing your partner at night? With Snore Circle, you can deal with it.” – Cool Wearable

      Put Your Snoring To Sleep Today

      The gadget doesn’t wake up the person, but sends out vibrations to stop snoring. This way, Snore Circle only irritates the snorer to change position. It’s an interesting approach to anti-snoring, and the device is worth every penny. Buy Snore Circle from Amazon, $129.00

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      How Continuous Improvement Can Enhance Your Personal Life

      How Continuous Improvement Can Enhance Your Personal Life

      Kaizen is the Japanese philosophy and practice of continuous improvement. This concept of continuous improvement was first conceived in the USA during WW2.

      To maintain the production levels and meet demand, the industry had to come up with a system that would allow for incremental progress in production rather than no progress at all – which was very much the reality the industry was facing.

      This concept of consistent incremental improvement proved to be a huge success and saved the US manufacturing industry from a rapid decline.

      After WW2, as part of the rebuild programme for Japan, the Japanese were invited to visit manufacturing plants through out the USA. The Japanese took this successful concept of continuous improvement and adapted into Kaizen.

      This philosophy formed the base from which the Japanese have built a manufacturing industry that dominates the world today.

      In this article, I’ll look into what continuous improvement is and how you can make use of this concept to enhance your life.

      What does Kaizen (continuous improvement) have to do with you?

      So what does Kaizen have to do with us? How can it help us enhance our personal lives?

      “Persistence, perseverance, and continuous improvement are the ingredients for forming a successful person.” — Debasish Mridha

      While Kaizen was originally developed to help businesses improve and thrive, it’s just as applicable to our personal lives.

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      The Kaizen philosophy of continuous improvement I believe is a failure proof system that enables us to achieve and sustain our personal goals and dreams in life.

      The concept of continuous improvement offers us a way where we can live our lives to the fullest by continuously learning, growing and thriving.

      We live in a world of never ending disruption and change. By adopting the philosophy of Kaizen, we become more adaptable, flexible and resilient to dealing with the constant demands and disruptions we face in our lives.

      What continuous improvement is exactly

      The philosophy of Kaizen is based on the concept that instead of making big changes at once, the continuous improvement approach focuses on making small improvement over time.

      Kaizen is often referred to as the “strategy for 1% gains”. It is these 1% gains that athletes focus on to improve their performance. The 1% gains are incremental and if you keep building on the 1% gains the rewards are phenomenal.

      Continuous improvement is perpetual and so to maintain gains and improvement, you need to work on them continuously.

      Your personal improvement journey is never finished! What this means is, if you are truly committed to philosophy of continuous improvement, you are less likely to quit because you are always in search of the next goal.

      How continuous improvement empowers you

      How many New Year resolutions have you made and never achieved over the years?

      Unless you are one of the small minority who are goal orientated high achievers, maintaining motivation and the commitment to achieving your goals is hard work and dare I say it – with not much success – one big FAILURE after another.

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      Hence, these are the reasons why New Years’ resolutions are never achieved.

      Continuous improvement can help you to achieve any goals you set. If you commit to the practice of continuous improvement, your motivation to achieve your goals and aspirations in life will never die.

      “Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning.” — Benjamin Franklin

      You will never have to struggle with the dilemma of giving up or giving in because it all became too hard.

      Your achievements and success in life will be as a result of you taking continuous incremental steps toward your goals.

      Continuous improvement is not about reaching the big goals in life but about taking small steps and improving and refining along the way.

      How to commit to continuous improvement

      If you truly desire a successful life where you are thriving, the first thing you must do is embrace and accept that your journey of self improvement and growth will never end. It is a lifelong journey of learning.

      Once you have accepted that your journey to improving your life is life long, you then follow these steps:

      1. Set your goals based on the philosophy of 1% incremental achievements

      Remember that setting the goal is the easy bit. Keeping motivated, focused and on track to achieving any goal is the hardest part.

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      The concept of continuous improvement provides you with a system or a process that if you commit to following will enable you to confidently achieve any goal you set- you are guaranteed to win.

      “Instead of trying to make radical changes in a short amount of time, just make small improvements every day that will gradually lead to the change you want. Each day, just focus on getting 1% better in whatever it is you’re trying to improve. That’s it. Just 1%.” — Brett and Kate McKay of The Art of Manliness

      It might not seem like much but continuous 1% improvement/achievements every day will gradually add up to 100% and the goal is achieved!

      In their book The Art Of Manliness, Brett and Kate McKay talk about how the journey of self improvement and personal growth is a lot like a rollercoaster ride – scary, exciting and with lots of ups and downs.

      They believe that by following the concept of Kaizen (the 1% improvement) every day enables you to get off the roller coaster ride of feeling like a failure and being angry with yourself because you keep giving up.

      2. Break down the system into small actions

      Continuous improvement is a journey of personal growth where you are making long-term steady progress. It is not about random bursts of improvement with fits and starts of activity. This approach to self-improvement will not give you the sustainable long-term changes you seek to improve your life or achieve your goals.

      For example, if you have huge debt and you want to pay it back but it is all too much, so you hide away from taking any action. To put the concept of continuous improvement into action, the first thing you need to do is not focus on how much you owe, instead focus on creating a system or process that enables you to pay back an incremental amount each week.

      Once you have created the system, you must break down the system into small actions or behaviours with the least resistance and effort. Commit to these actions on a daily basis until your original system is habit.

      Commit to paying back a realistic amount each week and then increase the amount you pay back by 1% plus every week after that. Keep going until the debt is paid off.

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      3. Keep track of your 1% success

      The other important factor about incremental achievement is that you must measure and keep track of your 1% successes.

      Evaluating and measuring your improvements are important for your own motivation and commitment to the journey. If you are not measuring your progress, your subconscious brain will kick in and sabotage your progress by convincing you that it is all too hard and you are not making any progress at all.

      Your subconsious brain only believes what you tell it. Unfortunately you have told your brain a lot of untruthful things over a long period of time about how you are a failure, not motivated and never really achieved anything in life. Your subconscious brain as a result believes all these “facts” that you have told it to be true.

      Measuring and evaluating your 1% successes is key to you retraining your subconscious to believe that Yes – you can achieve your goals and succeed in life!

      Focus on the progress, always

      Continuous Improvement does not focus on making huge gains or big improvements all at once. Instead it focuses on long-term steady progress.

      When you follow the philosophy of Continuous Improvement, you won’t radically change your life but over time with consistent and constant improvement and change, you will find that you are living your life to the fullest – empowered, resilient and thriving.

      Why would you not want to embrace this philosophy of incremental improvement and growth into your personal life?

      “Every day you may make progress. Every step may be fruitful. Yet there will be a stretch out before you an ever-lengthening, ever-ascending, ever-improving path. You know you will never get to the end of the journey. But this, so far from discouraging, only adds to the joy and glory of the climb.” – Sir Winston Churchill

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