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ZQuiet is committed to better sleep for everyone. Enjoy your purchase for a full 60 nights. If you are unsatisfied for ANY reason whatsoever, simply return your purchase within 60 days for a refund or credit (Trial fees are non-refundable). We will even pay to ship it back!

What is Positional Therapy?

Have you ever been nudged or asked to roll over when you snore? That’s because snoring occurs most often when sleeping on your back. Gravitational forces combined with the relation of throat muscles causes the airway to narrow creating turbulent air and the resulting tissue vibration that causes snoring.

If you are one of these types of snorers, you can improve your snoring simply by changing your sleep position. A positional therapy sleep aid is a foam wedge worn on your upper back that prevents you from inadvertently rolling onto your back while you sleep. The result is a quiet and peaceful sleep.

Breathable Mesh Belt Prevents Slipping

The breathable mesh belt fits high and snug around your chest with the foam wedge resting comfortably against the upper part of your back. The belt is designed to maintain a comfortable amount of tension, preventing it from slipping while you move throughout the night.

Sizing Guide:

Chest Width Size
24 - 36 inches Small
32 - 44 inches Medium
40 - 54 inches Large

What's in the Box:
• Positional Therapy Belt
• Foam Insert
• Instructions for Use

Positional Therapy and OSA

Positional Therapy Belt provides an effective treatment solution for snoring, but studies also show that wearing a Positional Therapy Belt can effectively treat positional OSA as well. Positional sleep apnea can affect almost 50% of people with mild sleep apnea and is often recommended by physicians as an non - invasive and low - cost alternative therapy to CPAP.


What is the best home remedy for snoring?

The most talked-about home remedy for snoring is to sew tennis balls in the back of a shirt to force a snorer to sleep on their side (where snoring is less loud than sleeping on their back). That's a lot of sewing and shirts and tennis balls! Here are three easier solutions. (1) Mouthpieces that move the lower jaw forward to open the airway are over 85% effective (2) Positional Therapy, which is a small pillow that prevents snorers from sleeping on their back (3) Nasal Dilators open the nasal passages stopping the sound of nasal snoring and improving oxygen intake.

What positions stop snoring?

The best sleeping position to stop snoring is to sleep on your side, giving your airway the best chance of staying open. Using a pillow or specialized positional therapy device can be helpful to ensure a snorer maintains the best position to keep an open airway to reduce snoring. To optimize results and eliminate snoring, it is best to use a combination of positional therapy and an anti snoring mouthpiece.