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Wedge Bed Pillows

January 31st, 2010

12″ Sloping Pillow for Reflux and Snoring

Foam Wedge Bed Pillow by Duro-Med

Review

Bed Wedge – Foam Wedge Bed Pillow 12″ x 24″ ‘x 24″ Good for Acid Reflux, Snoring. Comes w/ white Pillow Cover by Duro-Med

  • Provides a healthy more comfortable nights sleep. Great for shoulder or neck pain.
  • Helps with acid reflux, snoring, allergies or any other condition which breathing may be impaired in supine position.
  • Measures 12″ x 24″ x 24″. Can also be used for foot or leg elevation.
  • Comes with machine washable white pillow cover.

Comments by Purchasers from Amazon

“I am so pleased with this item. I am a large person with a bad back and even worse neck. I was afraid this would compress flat, losing the benefits of the wedge shape. I was also afraid my back and neck couldn’t handle the incline. Not so! It is very firm but still confortable, giving support to both neck and back. It’s very sturdy. It is wide enough to allow me to sleep comfortably and long enough to give me room to put my contour pillow at the top and still have head room. No snoring or reflux since night one. The pillow case is soft and fits tight. Delivery was very fast. I would recommend this to everyone, unless you are looking for a soft, cushy, squishy thing just to sit up in bed.”

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Hermell Dual Position Comfort Bed Wedge Pillow

Hermell Foam Wedge Pillow

Hermell Dual Position Comfort Bed Wedge Pillow provides the gentle support as this foam slant wedge pillow elevates your upper body or legs.

Ideal to relieve the discomforts of problem breathing, poor circulation, hiatus hernia, back or neck problems.

  • As a sleeping cushion, it elevates and supports the head, neck, back and shoulders to relieve respiratory discomfort and ease breathing.
  • At the foot of your bed it can relax tired feet and legs. Perfect for naps on the floor….reading or watching T.V. in bed.
  • Hermell Dual Position Comfort Bed Wedge Pillow Features:
  • Use vertically or horizontally Use as a bed wedge to elevate the head and make breathing easier
  • Used in the upright position, it provides comfort and support while you sit
  • Egg-crate surface allows cooling air circulation
  • Made of non-allergenic foam Measures 22″ L x 19 W” x 12″ H
  • Constructed of polyurethane foam for consistent support and lasting comfort
  • Free!!! Removable machine washable cover included!
  • Latex free Made in the USA!

Please Note:

If your health condition requires special pillow firmness, please check with your doctor prior to purchase.

Due to hygiene purposes, this item is non-returnable .

MORE DETAILS ON THE HERMELL DUAL POSITION COMFORT BED WEDGE PILLOW HERE

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Fisher and Paykel Nasal CPAP Masks – Fitting

January 29th, 2010

http://www.cpap.com — Fisher and Paykel Nasal CPAP Masks – Fitting

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Sleep Apnea, Alternate to CPAP

January 29th, 2010

Would you like to learn about an alternative to CPAP. An oral appliance might just be your answer. Watch to learn more or visit www.georgiasleep.com

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sleep apnea treatment

January 29th, 2010

http://diystopsnoring.com offers sleep apnea treatment information for those who are on the look out for sleep apnea and stop snoring information on the net.

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Respironics ComfortFusion CPAP Mask – Fitting Guide

January 15th, 2010

http://www.cpap.com — Respironics ComfortFusion CPAP Mask – Fitting Guide

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CPAP – sleep apnea……sleep lab

January 15th, 2010

sleep apnea

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Dr. Richard E. Klein – Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) – Part 1

January 15th, 2010

Dr. Richard E. Klein from the Michigan Head & Neck Institute – OSA, the most common type of sleep apnea, occurs when air cannot flow into or out of the persons nose or mouth, although efforts to breathe continue. In a given night, the number of involuntary breathing pauses or apneic events may be as high as 20 to 60 or more per hour. Snoring and choking between apneic events is common, although not everyone who snores has OSA.

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What is Sleep Apnea Like?

January 10th, 2010

I Slept Great .com asks Mike Gibson about his sleep apnea and CPAP machine.

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Obstructive Sleep Apnea

January 10th, 2010

http://www.webmd.com/sleep-disorders/Sleep-Apnea/sleep-apnea

I talk about my last video and my sleep apnea. If you like to know more about sleep apnea, I have a link to Web MD.

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