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PaulvanderMeer
Unread post  Post subject: Sleep Position Trainer / SPT /(Philips) Nightbalance (Lunoa)  |  Posted: Thu Oct 10, 2019 4:30 am

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Hello Jason e.a. !

Why can I not find even 1 mention of the latest and most promising, low cost, low impact treament for mild to moderate sleep apnea called a Sleep Position trainer ? :-)

If it is all it claims to be I am seriously considering it as a replacement for my CPAP device. Or alternatively to use an SPT togehter with my CPAP device to further enhance results and thus my quality of life. BUT before I take such a radical decision I would like to read some real users experiences and reviews other than the information made available by the inventor and manufacturer themselves.

As a real fan of Lankylefty27 I am still waiting for the first video that deals with this promising topic. I am actually quite amazed that there is not even 1 mention of the SPT on this forum. Am I not looking in the right places ? What's going on ?!

Please advise
Best regards,
Paul


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Pugsy
Unread post  Post subject: Re: Sleep Position Trainer / SPT /(Philips) Nightbalance (Lu  |  Posted: Thu Oct 10, 2019 8:44 am
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$500 and requires a prescription to buy and it's unlikely that insurance will foot the bill for it.

Not going to be many takers here so how about you get one and try it and be the first to do a video?

I don't have positional sleep apnea myself and I wouldn't spend 500 bucks anyway.....gonna take some special circumstances to fall in line with someone.....like you....before there's going to be much activity with this new gadget.


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