Unlike conventional pillows, sona snore pillows are clinically and medically proven to reduce snoring and mild sleep apnea. Designed by sleep specialists, the creators pride their sona snore pillows on having the ability to make it easier for individuals to sleep on their sides rather than on their backs. According to SonaPillow.com, sleeping on your side "stops the jaw from falling backwards and causing an obstruction in the back of the throat." This will lead to less snoring and more sleep.
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With the purpose of making it easier for individuals to sleep on their side, sona snore pillows consist of a flat low surface flanked by two inclined surfaces along the sides. Users are urged to sleep with their heads placed on either of the inclined surfaces.
After your head in positioned appropriately on its side, place your arm (the one correspondent to the side on which you are sleeping) in the recessed space under the pillow and extend it. Try to keep your arm extended and head locked in these positions throughout the duration of your sleep.
If you are having trouble staying on your desired side, place a body pillow or similar object between your legs. This will help you maintain the desired position.
Positioning yourself on the pillow
Tips and warnings
- Fluff pillow occasionally for best use and protection against standard wear and tear. Pillows should be replaced annually for optimal use.
- According to SonaPillow.com: "Sleep apnea is a serious condition and may predispose and worsen major medical conditions such as heart failure, stroke, high blood pressure, and other cardiac conditions. Excessive sleepiness is also a major cause of motor vehicular and work accidents. Sleep apnea should be diagnosed and treated by your health care provider. Certain populations will not be a candidate for the Sona Pillow and should consult with a physician to determine if you are one of those individuals."
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