Pillow Size Sleep with a medically proven position. Pillows became larger when Sears catalogue came around. They had to put large bulky pillows to fill the beds and sell to the commoners. Just to make us feel fancy…….Oh Lala! The pillow face is only eight inches wide so why do we use a three footContinue reading »
If you answered NO, then you should be using the revolutionary patented Sona Pillow® O. Stimulate with the sense of Hearing by calming ambient background sound through exclusively placed blue tooth speaker. Also, simulate your sense of Smell by the special calming scents which promote sleeping. Importantly, stimulate your sense of Touch by the exclusive ultra fine velvet case whichContinue reading »
Look at what we found, the Sona Pillow® O memory foam pillow. This unique pillow design patent is made of new age memory foam. As a result, there is no smell. The Pillow does not compress like other memory foam pillows from a person’s body heat. So, these pillows do not become cruddy or hard withContinue reading »
Wrinkles are more evident on the side that we sleep on. Wrinkles occur with sleep positioning because of the creases in the pillows and uneven filling material. It’s normally the right side in most people because of the heart is on the left. Now that we have high definition televisions we can see all the facialContinue reading »
Sound Therapy to get to sleep faster Sona Pillow® has a unique patented feature of a recessed area in the bottom of the pillow. So, this enables you to place a BlueTooth speaker for sound/music therapy. Because now you can use your own phone to trigger sounds & music. So, that you can listen inContinue reading »
Improve Your Sleep
Fall asleep faster and fall asleep deeper because that will help you feel most rested when you wake up. Be proactive, explore what helps you reduce your time it takes you to achieve complete sleep. Because if you wake up with more energy and perform better throughout your day, isn’t that worth it? And it is simply a pillow, not things you have to stick up your nose or wear strapped around your face making it harder for you to get comfortable enough to sleep.
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Facial Appearance Abstract PURPOSE: The goal of this study was to evaluate the patient’s perception of the facial appearance after maxillomandibular advancement (MMA) surgery for obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS). PATIENTS AND METHODS: During a 14-month period, 58 patients underwent MMA for OSAS. As well as all of the patients underwent preoperative and postoperative cephalometric analysis.Continue reading »
Anti-Aging Indicative factors of early facial aging in mouth breathing adults Abstract BACKGROUND: Early facial aging in mouth breathing adults. AIM: To verify the presence of indicative factors of early facial aging and to characterize the measurements of the projection of the nasogeniane fold to the tragus and of the face width in mouth andContinue reading »
Abstract BACKGROUND: This is a tribute to Dr. Samuel J. Stegman who in 1987 described “Sleep Creases.” His awareness of these lines has helped us understand the anatomy of the underlying superficial musculoaponeurotic system (SMAS). OBJECTIVE: To expand upon the clinical description and the anatomical basis of sleep lines. METHOD: A pillow or hand testContinue reading »
Wrinkles are just one indicator of facial aging, but an indicator that is of prime importance in our world of facial aesthetics. Wrinkles occur where fault lines develop in aging skin. Those fault lines may be due to skin distortion resulting from facial expression or may be due to skin distortion from mechanical compression during sleep. Expression wrinkles and sleep wrinkles differ in etiology, location, and anatomical pattern. Compression, shear, and stress forces act on the face in lateral or prone sleep positions. We review the literature relating to the development of wrinkles and the biomechanical changes that occur in response to intrinsic and extrinsic influences. We explore the possibility that compression during sleep not only results in wrinkles but may also contribute to facial skin expansion.