Background supine position prevention (RLV)
It is well known that snoring occurs more frequently when lying on the back than when lying on the side. Because especially in this sleeping position, the lower jaw and tongue fall back and can narrow the upper airways. It comes to the disturbing snoring noise. Snoring and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) can be prevented with positioning aids that encourage you to sleep on your side.
Avoid lying on your back with the SomnoCushion® standard snoring backpack
The snoring backpack is worn like a conventional backpack at night. It prevents you from turning on your back at night. Snoring and breathing pauses can be avoided in this way.
Composition & Material
The backpack cover is made of a robust cotton fabric (65% polyester, 35% cotton) and contains an air cushion that can be inflated by mouth. The three straps in the area of the stomach and shoulders are kept in a plain white and have sliding buckles. The air pressure and the belt tension can be individually adjusted and ensure a high level of comfort when carrying the snoring backpack. Due to its low weight, it is also almost imperceptible at night. SomnoCushion® Standard is perfect for travel, as it can be accommodated in any luggage to save space.
For whom is SomnoCushion® Standard suitable?
SomnoCushion® Standard is recommended for people of normal weight or just slightly overweight. If you are very overweight, we recommend our SomnoCushion® Pro anti-snoring backpack because it is more resilient.
SomnoCushion® standard snoring backpack is available in one size and can be used regardless of body size.
By regularly wearing the Schnarucksack, the body can get used to sleeping in a side position. A kind of learning effect can be brought about by position therapy, so that after a while many of those affected no longer need a supine position preventer, since they automatically sleep on their side.