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SONA FDA-Cleared Anti-Snore and Mild Sleep Apnea Pillow


SONA FDA-Cleared Anti-Snore and Mild Sleep Apnea Pillow

SONA FDA-Cleared Anti-Snore and Mild Sleep Apnea Pillow

  • Specialty pillow designed to help with snoring and mild sleep apnea
  • Filled with SofLoft fiber for firm support and consistent shaping
  • Contoured design cradles the head to create optimal breathing alignment
  • Removable 100-percent cotton cover with stripe pattern
  • 10 by 27 by 12 inches; made in U.S.A.; pillow and cover machine washable

This SONA Pillow is recommended as an anti-snore pillow and for mild sleep apnea. This pillow is patented (US 6,671,907) and has been FDA 510K approved. This is the only pillow approved as a medical device by the FDA. Includes a washable pillowcase. Pillow measures 10-inches by 12-inches by 27-inches. Take it with you–so comfortable you will want to travel with your SONA pillow.

List Price: $ 59.99

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3 Responses to “SONA FDA-Cleared Anti-Snore and Mild Sleep Apnea Pillow”

  1. 53 of 53 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Helps keep you on your side, July 13, 2010
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    J. Whiteside (NJ United States) –
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    This review is from: SONA FDA-Cleared Anti-Snore and Mild Sleep Apnea Pillow (Kitchen)

    I bought this a few months ago and am still using it. The pillow does help keep you sleeping on your side. If sleeping on your side eliminates your snoring, this pillow will help you. If you snore like a mack truck pulling a load of gravel up a hill, this probably will not help you too much. I tried this in conjunction with one of the anti-snore mouthpieces on Amazon and was told that it cut the noise to a dull roar but did not stop the snoring to the point where other people could still sleep in the same room. I think it does help me breathe a bit better at nite and am still using it. The only downside is an occasional sore neck if you sleep on it the wrong way. If you are a “light snorer” and have room in the bed for it, I would definitely suggest you try it. If you can overpower a chainsaw with your snore, you should probably head straight to a CPAP machine.

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  2. 27 of 27 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Positional Sleep Apnea – This or a C-Pap …, March 31, 2011
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    Roberta Karchner (United States) –
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    This review is from: SONA FDA-Cleared Anti-Snore and Mild Sleep Apnea Pillow (Kitchen)

    This pillow was recommended for me following a medical sleep study. I stop breathing (20 times per hour) when I sleep on my back. That’s every 3 minutes. Add to that the fact that my oxygen dropped 12%, and you KNOW I have a problem.

    Given the choice between learning to sleep on my side or wearing a cpap machine for the rest of my sleeping life, I came out and found this turtle-like pillow to help me learn how to safely sleep at night, and bought one. That was two weeks ago. When it arrived, I tried different names for it, “the turtle” “the dove,” and finally came up with “the Bump.” And so the Bump and I had to become friends.

    At first, even knowing I had no choice, I “fought” sleeping with the Bump. I mentally pictured it safely holding me in place, but I still kept trying to turn over in my sleep, and waking up when I couldn’t. I must have awakened 20 times or more that first night. The second night was a bit better. And, over the course of two weeks, I finally had my first full night’s sleep, waking up once or twice and turning over to my other side, then falling quickly back to sleep.

    BUT, even before that first full night, I could tell a difference. I began waking up more alert and aware. I no longer have to take a nap during the day to survive (waking up from the nap even more sleepy and tired). Since the sleep study was able to identify my problem, I know that I am breathing better, sleeping deeper, especially since I am waking up more rested. Even my morning blood sugar has significantly improved.

    For those buying this to reduce snoring … it does that too, by forcing you to lay in the correct position where your throat remains open.

    But the primary FDA approval is for Sleep Apnea – particularly the kind that I have, positional sleep apnea.

    It is designed to train you to sleep on your side, and to help you be comfortable in the correct sleeping position. It takes time to learn to sleep in this position. In my case, it was two weeks to become comfortable all night long, but for some people, it can take up to a full month. So do not purchase this pillow unless you are willing to make that kind of commitment.

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  3. S. L. Ausborn "mitchmoe" Reply November 22, 2012 at 11:29 pm
    33 of 35 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome, March 6, 2010
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    This pillow is aaaaamazing. My husband was snoring so much that I had to use ear plugs; those didn’t always work. I was ready to sleep in another room just to get a good night sleep. My husband ordered this. It took ahwile to get the pillow. (He was actually ready to go to a retail store to purchase a pillow.) We decided to wait for this one; I am so glad we did. I don’t know how it works so well, but it does. I can sleep through the night and not wake up from his snoring. He says that it is comfortable and has no problem sleeping on this pillow. I would recommend to anyone!

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