Improve Your Sleep, Sona Pillow® O model Promo Video

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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Dealing with Snoring and Sleep Apnea

Tired female in bed not getting sleep while her mate snores and sleeps.

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 back

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Sona Pillow® O Model – The Anti-Aging & Anti-Wrinkle Solution

Super Pillow™ Anti-Snore, Anti-Wrinkle, Anti-Aging Pillows

Anti aging and Anti wrinkle The  Sona Pillow® O model is an anti aging pillow. We sleep on a wrinkle causing pillow 8 hours a day which is one third of our life we are causing wrinkles to form. Wrinkles occur from sleeping on all pillows which have creases on them. Creases cause lines to form on

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Positional therapy in the management of positional obstructive sleep apnea—a review of the current literature

Instead of a CPAP try Sona Pillow® & Super Pillow™ Anti-Snore, Anti-Wrinkle, Anti-Aging Pillows

Article: Positional therapy in the management of positional obstructive sleep apnea—a review of the current literature Olabimpe Omobomi · Stuart F. Quan Abstract: More than 50% of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) patients have worsening of their OSA in the supine position (positional obstructive sleep apnea [POSA], commonly defined as supine to non-supine apnea hypopnea index (AHI) ratio of ≥

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