Stimulate your sense, with a pillow!

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 which […]

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Anti-aging – Indicative factors of early facial aging in mouth breathing adults

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 and […]

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Sleep Wrinkles: Facial Aging and Facial Distortion During Sleep

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Abstract 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 […]

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The influence of the sleeping on the formation of facial wrinkles

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  Anti-Wrinkle Abstract OBJECTIVE: The study addressed the influence of sleep as an important but overlooked contributory factor to the formation and progression of facial wrinkles and an alternative pillow was designed to reduce them. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Fifteen healthy young participants of both sexes (aged 26-42 years) volunteered for this study. We used a […]

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Face tissue pressures in prone positioning: a comparison of 3 pillows

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  Abstract STUDY DESIGN: Pilot Study. OBJECTIVE: The objective of this study was to compare face tissue pressures for 3 different prone head positioners in healthy, conscious individuals in the prone position. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA: The incidence of intraoperatively acquired pressure ulcers has been reported to range from 12% to 66%; healthcare literature lacks […]

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