Studies show that snoring and breathing stops occur more often in the supine position than in the lateral position. This is known as position-dependent or positonal snoring / sleep apnoea. Especially in this sleeping position, the lower jaw and tongue can fall back. The soft tissue flutters loudly in the airway creating the disturbing snoring noise. Our proven positioning aids effectively prevent supine position and stimulate sleeping on the side or the stomach.
Positional therapy can be accompanied by a desirable training effect. After a few weeks, most users do not need to wear positional sleep devices constantly every night as they get used to the lateral sleeping position. You can also use our positioning aids (also known as supine position preventers) in combination with other anti snore devices against snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea. E.g. CPAP masks, oral appliances or nasal dilators.