Couple in bed sleeping

Sharing a bedroom with a snorer can create serious problems in the sleeping pattern of the partner, leading to sleep deprivation, lack of energy and irritation. It may be funny when you tell your friends about it, but it borders on frustration when the story repeats every night.

It is understandable why you are always looking for solutions to cure snoring. A new trend reported this week on in dealing with this irritable condition is building a “snore room” as part of a home:

“High-end estate agents in the UK are reporting a growing demand from house hunters for a second master bedroom otherwise known as the snoring room or drunk bunk where they can escape the sound of snoring and get a good night’s sleep.”


As a couple, sleeping in separate rooms is not romantic, not practical, not normal. Why do it?

Does it sound desperate? It is the peak of snoring aftermath.

So ask yourself the question: What has happened to my relationship if I am ready to go as far as building a “snore room” for my partner?

Running away from the sound of snoring

Tossing and turning next to your soundly sleeping partner whose snoring noises don’t let you close your eyes is horrible. It can only be understood by people who share the distress.

Among various products and surgeries that promise to eliminate, or at least reduce snoring, most of the solutions are simply bogus. You will invest your time and money but in the end you’re still going to be in the place where you started – tossing and turning at night.

But what if you had a real solution that can cure your partner’s snoring problem? A solution that does not involve the building of a $100k+ room, does not ruin the love story you have, and does not involve any knifes, cuts, or surgical intervention?

SleepTight: A great value for money solution to the snore room

Building an extension with a second master bedroom to enable each person to get a good night’s sleep in the great combat of snoring. Satisfying for all? Maybe, but certainly not so great for the pocket [or for the relationship]!


SleepTight is a non-invasive procedure that can help you bring back the romance in your relationship (and save you +$100k!)

To build a snore room house extension, you may have to consider costs of $100k+. There must be one or two better things to do with all that money, right?

How do you get rid of snoring without breaking the bank?

SleepTight is an affordable laser treatment that has already helped thousands of patients.

It involves less hassle than building a snore room extension to your house and lets you keep the romance in your marriage by sticking to one bedroom and one bed. And all the cuddling that comes with it!

Snoring is caused when you’re asleep and the muscles of both the tongue and the soft palate relax and flop back, partially obstructing the airway.. This creates resistance for the passage of air and you put more force into breathing. Once the air can pass, it interacts with the lax tissue creating vibrations, which are audible and we call these vibrations ‘snoring’.

In this case, in order to solve your snoring problem, you should focus on improving the condition of the lax tissues that obstructs your throat. This is where SleepTight treatment comes in. SleepTight works by tightening the lax tissue at the back of your throat.

The treatment has a proven international medical success rate and our clinic has performed over 1,600 treatments to date with an 88% success rate*. Just three quick, non-surgical sessions at Specialist Clinics of Australia will improve your bothersome condition, allowing you and your partner to have a good night sleep.

In one bedroom and one bed.

* statistics as of September 2015

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