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 »
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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 »
Position therapy plays a role in treating snoring and obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS). The purpose of this study was to investigate whether position therapy using a head-positioning pillow (HPP) could reduce snoring sounds in patients with mild-to-moderate positionalOSAS, taking into account the potential confounding effects of body weight. A total of 25 adults with positional OSAS (apnea-hypopnea index [AHI]supine:AHInon-supine ≥ 2) were prospectively enrolled. Patients were askedContinue reading »
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SLEEP APNEA AVOIDANCE PILLOW EFFECTS ON OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA SYNDROME AND SNORING
Read full article and study at Sleep and Breathing, a leading US medical journal
The study was performed to determine the ability of a new inclined pillow to treat snoring and obstructive sleep apnea syndrome. The Sona Pillow ® is a triangular pillow with space to place your arm under the head while sleeping on the side. Twenty two patients who were already being followed at our sleep lab for proven obstructive sleep apnea syndrome with nocturnal polysomnogram were included in this study, all these patients had a second attended nocturnal polysomnogram performed while utilizing this specific inclined pillow. The pillow was found to be an effective and easily employable treatment for mild (RDI 5-19) and moderate (RDI 20-40) obstructive sleep apnea and snoring.
Conclusion: The Sona Pillow ® is an effective treatment for snoring and obstructive sleep apnea syndrome in patients with mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea.
Key words: apnea treatment, snoring, pillow, obstructive sleep apnea syndrome
Snoring and Sleep Apnea The Sona Pillow® in the double-blind study published in Breathing and Sleep Medical Journal showed it corrected both mild and moderate sleep apnea and snoring. Snoring is a tell tale sign of predisposition and or underlying sleep apnea. Snoring occurs primarily because the jaw moves back in causing constriction in the backContinue reading »
Ravesloot MJ1, van Maanen JP, Dun L, de Vries N. Author information Abstract PURPOSE: Research during the past 10-20 years shows that positional therapy (PT) has a significant influence on the apnea-hypopnea index. These studies are predominantly performed as case series on a comparably small number of patients. Still, results have not found their way into the daily diagnostic and treatmentContinue reading »
Oksenberg A1, Gadoth N1. Author information Abstract Snoring and suspected sleep apneas are the most frequent causes for referral for a sleep study. Snoring varies across night and is usually recorded in all body postures. Here we report a unique patient showing continuous and loud snoring only in the supine posture. KEYWORDS: body posture; positional therapy; sleep; snoring; supine See in Full J ClinContinue reading »