How a sleep apnea pillow can save your life

As we have mentioned in this sleep apnea article, the way you sleep is determinant for sleep apnea, snoring or any other sleep disorder. Whether it is your sleeping position, your lifestyle habits, the environment of your bedroom or your physical condition, your   sleeping also hast much to do with what you place underneath you head, that is your pillow.

Briefly, let’s analyze the pillow you have:

-    What kind of pillow do you use?
-    What is it made of?
-    How long have been using it?
-    Is it really comfy?
-    Does it feel fresh and cool?
-    Does it keep its original shape?
-    Does it support well your body?

If after this, you have come up that your bed pillow does not provide you enough satisfaction; then you have found out a key on resolving your problem.

We have already discussed on other articles as Sleep Apnea 101 and Understanding snoring the effects and consequences these two related sleep disorders have in different aspects of your life, and of your loved-ones too for you to have a better comprehension of scopes of these conditions and encourage you to take action to fight them.

If alternative methods to fight sleep apnea and snoring are too uncomfortable for you and your bed partner, then the let us introduce the Sleep Better Pillow (SBP), an amazing pillow for sleep apnea that has been especially developed with these aims.

The Sleep Better Pillow is a memory foam contour pillow that presents two special tunnels that make sleeping on your side, on your stomach or back a much more comfortable experience since it provides perfect support for:

- Your arms and shoulders: the special tunnels allow you to place your arms and shoulders inside them in a vertical or horizontal position, this way they do not get have the stand the total pressure of your body that produces numbness, tingling and pain that makes you change position many times through the night.

- Your head and neck: Tilting your head, this snoring pillow gets the total extension of your neck (up to its natural limits), opening your airways, solving this way the main difficulty of snoring.

- Your back and lower back: It adjusts to the curves of your spinal cord, releasing this way the pressure on your lower back and distributing adequately the weight of your body. This facilitates blood circulation, gives you cradling support and avoids stiffness and pain.

How it works

One of the capital recommendations of doctors is sleeping on your side. If you have already been trying to get used to this new position –if you are not a regular side sleeper- you must have experienced it is not so easy to do with a common pillow like yours, and if the sock ball is not your thing, then check out how the Sleep Better Pillow can help you with this.

- Thanks to the ergonomic tunnels for your arms, the SBP makes much more comfortable and easier lying on your side, if you could not resist the pressure on arms and shoulders.

- Gives aligned support to your neck that allows the total extension of this, that enables our breathing passages open wide. Airway blockage may actually happen on both, back or side sleeping positions.

- If you sleep on your back, while lying over the SBP your chin is slightly moved up and your forehead, which also facilitates airway opening.

Having a sleep apnea episode can be fairly serious; much more if the person ignores it. Do not risk yourself or let your loved-ones keep suffering this. Make the right decision; it is up to you to stop snoring and sleep apnea now!