MEMPHIS, TN – February 2-, 2006 – A common question asked today is, “When’s the last time you had a good night’s sleep?” Unfortunately, many people can’t remember the last time they awoke without back pain, ear pain or fatigue from a lack of restful sleep. That’s why Dr. Larry Cole, using 30 years of practical experience, developed a pillow called the SleepPosture (TM) pillow, which would give his patients and others who experience trouble with sleep posture the rest they deserve.
Dr. Cole recognized that in order to enjoy restful and rejuvenating sleep, there needs to be proper posture and alignment for the body throughout the night. Studies show that one in ten people suffer from chronic insomnia and, according to the National Sleep Foundation, 20 percent of American adults reported that pain or physical discomfort disrupts their sleep several nights per week or more.
Through tossing and turning, many people twist their spine unnaturally, which can cause musculoskeletal pain. The SleepPosture (TM) pillow is designed to encourage sleeping on one’s side rather than their back or stomach. Side posture sleeping is similar to the fetal position all humans begin life with, which naturally relaxes the body.
The SleepPosture(TM) pillow is shaped uniquely to provide support for the head, neck and back. It also has a patented ear well that enables the ear to remain suspended while sleeping. This helps prevent ear pain that’s often caused by the folding of the outer ear while sleeping.
The pillow can also benefit people with congestive heart failure because it enables them to remain in an upright position on their right side while sleeping, which decreases stress on the heart. It can also provide relief for the expecting mom and people who suffer from sleep apnea.
“While the SleepPosture(TM) pillow is not designed to treat the above mentioned conditions, it can reduce the risk that may be involved. The SleepPosture (TM) pillow is a safe and natural aid for these potentially life threatening conditions or disorders,” states Dr. Cole.
More information is available at the web site: http://www.sleepposture.com