3-in-1 Positional Therapy
Plan includes ①NightShift Vibro Positional Device, ②MedCline Therapeutic Body Pillow, ③Treatment Efficacy Test. All of the above may help you adapt to side sleeping easily and comfortably. Also, with a professional data report to compare the changes before and after the treatment.
Professional Efficacy Report
For Positional OSA patients
Reduce Supine Sleeping Position
To Alleviate Snoring & Sleep Apnea
Because of gravity, a relaxed airway can be further obstructed in supine sleeping position when the tongue and soft pallet tissue is pulled down towards the rear of the throat. About 56-75% of sleep apnea patients are positional OSA meaning that their sleep apnea are significantly more severe in their supine position than in their lateral position.
Another Way to Treat Sleep Apnea
Positional dependency is present in 87% and 84% of mild and moderate Asian OSA patients respectively.
Combined data for clinical studies show that positional device can reduce an average 84% sleeping time in supine position.
By lowering the sleeping time in supine position, positional device can reduce an average 54% apnea-hypopnea index (AHI).
Therapeutic Body Pillow
It is challenging for people to change their sleeping position without any aids. MedCline was developed by a surgeon to help you adapt to side sleeping both naturally and comfortably.
J-shaped design spanning the whole body provides adequate support for your back when sleeping on your side.
The space between the two sides is restrictive so no more rolling to your back, but still leave the option to change your sleeping position during the night.
The pillow uses breathable and soft shredded memory foam as the filling. Simply push the filling to the area where you require extra support.
Vibro Positional Device
NightShift™ is a clinically tested positional therapy device. It provides a subtle vibrating stimulus that prevents users adapting supine position and reducing the severity of snoring and airway obstruction.
Two straps design for either neck or chest fitting. Chest-worn may be more comfortable and neck-worn might be less likely to shift during sleep.
Measure and adjust the strap to the right length for the first use, then press on and use in an incredible easy way no matter at home or travel.
Compliance data for up to 365 days. The neck-worn option provides additional therapy data like sleep efficiency, awakening and snoring idex.
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