British Snoring and Sleep Apnoea Association (BSSAA) has determined that fifteen million British adults live with a snoring partner who deprive them of an average of two hours sleep a night. For those in relationship for 24 years, that makes 2 years of bed sleep.

Snoring is a huge problem in a relationship. Eighty-five percent of the people who participated in a questioner reported that their relationship would function much better if there weren’t the snoring. Over half people reported that snoring even affected their sex life.

And not only that. The sufferers of snoring often feel irritable, frustrated and upset with their partners and on more occasions make mistakes at work due to lack of proper sleep.

British Snoring and Sleep Apnoea Association created an anti-snore bedroom which contains products proven to help combat snoring. The bed room contains a £15,000 bed which has revolutionary suspension aimed at helping combat snoring, nose and chin strips, nasal dilators, breathing devices, ear plugs and allergy testing kits and even nightwear that helps snorers stop sleeping on their backs.

The anti-snoring products will be introduced by the celebrity interior designers and self-confessed snorers Colin Mcallister and Justin Ryan at the Ideal Home Show in London.

BSSAA hopes that the anti-snore bedroom will hopefully bring some relief to the snorers and their victims but with a £15,000 bed, will it be cost effective?