Very excited to see how it turns out. We love our HSTs.
I have not used your new product but am very interested. I currently use Go2sleep as well as your oral appliance and am very interested in this products as well.
Looks good. I use both Rematee and Philips NightBalance right now. This looks like a good competitor.
My wife and I both have the sleep sensors. I am interested in this becasue SHE is a snorer. She actually asked if I had seen these notices from you.
I went to sleep wearing a T shirt with tennis ball sewn in at the center of my back, but it was so uncomfortable I had to discontinue.
The problem with your product and method of attachment is that many people, including myself, do not wear pajamas in bed, only sleep pants. Therefore we cannot attach your product as described.
As someone with a Sleep Inspire implant I have gone through The positional therapy and currently use a backpack filled with tennis balls. I have been following the development of the PU Sphere and look forward to purchasing one to ditch the old tennis balls for a modern device.
Nothing seems to work to help with snoring so maybe this product will help me!
I have also used cpap which I hate be connected to it because of limiting night movement. I have used oral appliance but ten to make mouth and teeth uncomfortable. I move around in bed at night frequently and also changed pillows. have lost 35+ pounds and still have some issues. So...I really hope your new appliance will work. Thank you so much for not giving up on us......
I also tried sleeping on my back and changing my pillow. I'm willing to try anything, although a CPAP seems to invasive/cumbersome/annoying. I'm wondering, what if I do not wear a pajama shirt to bed because it can cut off circulation to my arms when laying on my side and tossing and turning? Is there maybe a chest strap that this could attach to or something else?
I have clinically diagnosed positional sleep apnea. If I sleep on my sides, I have no abnormal RERAs. If I sleep on my back, I have moderate to high sleep apnea. I use CPAP, but would probably not need it with a device like you are manufacturing. I was debating using a tennis ball, but I would imagine it would be troublesome to use, requiring velcro sewn on multiple shirts, or some sort of belt or harness around my chest to hold it. The magnetic placement is an ingenious idea! The app, with the 3D positional recording looks amazing as well. I'm very interested and excited in your new product. Thank you.
I have found positions and pillow height has been help easy snoring.
I am very knowledgable about Obstructive Sleep Apnea and the problems of polysomnography, the poor "compliance" (I love the word!) of CPAP (which also causes dry eyes!). For a number of friends I have recommended the Sleep-on ring finger O2 monitor and we are conducting some small studies during exercise (isometric vs aerobic) with the new finger tip holders (cannot do with ring). I am designing a throat cuff that will evaluate position, breathing, snoring and hopefully blood pressure. We are interested in your chest device.
I'm looking forward to trying out your product. I'm curious to know if the inner puck needs to be in contact with the user's skin. If not, would you consider selling a garterized belt accessory for wearing the ball outside the shirt (also useful if the user prefers to sleep without a shirt on). Just a thought. Thanks!
Very interesting design, I've used your wireless pulse oximeter. Is it a similer product in that it detects low oxygen events?