People all over the world suffer from untreated sleep disorders and excessive snoring.
This product is perfect for...
Untreated Sleep Apnea. Mild to Moderate Positional Sleep Apnea. Loud Snoring. Restless Sleepers. Side Sleepers. Tossing and Turning. Anyone who wants to sleep better!
Enjoy the Nopap Positional Pillow difference!
It's patent pending dual cushioning design helps to stabilize your body and will help reduce tossing and turning. Benefit from sleeping on your side in comfort without the hassle and discomfort of tennis balls or a belt around your chest!
The first simple positional sleeping support product that combines the comfort you want...with the support you need!
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The NoPap Positional Pillow was designed to offer an alternative support option to those who are trying to maintain the lateral posture(on side) during sleep. Sleeping on your side is commonly known to help reduce sleep disturbances and snoring. For those diagnosed with sleep apnea, nightly use of Continuous Positive Airway Pressure(CPAP) is the most effective treatment. The Nopap Positional Pillow is not a cure for sleep apnea or a replacement for CPAP therapy. Unfortunately however, CPAP is not easy to use and many people give up on it. This leaves millions of people each year searching for other forms of help. Secondary treatment options such as throat surgery and oral mouthpieces are both very expensive and difficult. We wanted to create a product for people who are out of options and simply want to adopt the good sleep hygiene habit of sleeping in the lateral posture...comfortably..!
Consider this a comfortable alternative to the home remedy called the "Tennis Ball" technique. With a firm back cushion behind you and a soft side sleeper in front of you, it will help promote lateral sleep. Rather than falling on uncomfortable tennis balls, instead you are offered the comfort and support of a foam back wedge. Without having to add any steps to your nightly routine, you will more likely use it on a nightly basis and over a long period of time. But don't take our word for it. Please research positional sleep apnea further or visit our resource center to learn more.