Sleep Apnea Pillow - Relief from Snoring
Specially designed pillows for sleep apnea may be the difference between life and death. Anyone with sleep apnea realizes how important it is to sleep not only comfortably but also safely. Every year, approximately 38,000 men and women die from sleep apnea related problems. While sleep apnea is more common in men, anyone can develop this dangerous problem.
About Sleep Apnea
People with sleep apnea repeatedly stop breathing during the night for anywhere from a few seconds to a couple minutes. There are three main forms:
- Central Sleep
In Obstructive Sleep Apnea tissue in the rear of the throat closes during heavy sleep obstructing air intake. With Central Sleep, the brain relaxes so much that it fails to send messages to the lung and throat muscles prompting them to keep breathing. Mixed is a combination of both the obstruction and failed brain messages.
If you think you might have sleep apnea, you should see your doctor. In many cases, pillows for sleep apnea will help open airways and give you a better night's sleep.
Designs of Pillows for Sleep Apnea
Wedge-shaped bed pillows keep your head, chest and neck elevated while you sleep. This is proven to lessen snoring and help with sleep apnea. The wedge pillows for sleep apnea are suitable for side and back sleepers.
Patented Better Sleep Pillows have a recess for your arm and shoulders creating a supportive bedroom pillow for side, back and front sleepers. Your neck is supported to prevent incorrect neck positioning from restricting air intake.
The Pillow Positive is the first pillow for sleep apnea to gain FDA approval. The memory foam bed pillow cradles the head and neck comfortably. Built-in ear holes keep your ears from being crushed as you sleep. Plus, the bedroom pillow has supports that can be inserted for additional neck support as needed. Pillow Positive pillows for sleep apnea are customized to fit you perfectly. You send in your measurements and the company produces the perfect bedroom pillow for your needs.Copyright 2004-2015 S&T US LLC