I am very grateful for your product as I stopped using my machine 2 years ago mainly because of facial indentations and septum cracks. So nice to be able to benefit from the machine and be able to Face the world in the morning. Thanks. Orysia
Wow! Ireland! Home of my Stewart and Irwin ancestors! Sending the Face Cozy to Ireland is almost like going home with a gift my people are gonna love!! It makes me so happy to think that CPAP therapy users will be more comfortable in my homeland.
Whew! Big yay!
Sometimes, despite best efforts, something runs amuck.
In this case, it was a Face Cozy delivery to a place in Wyoming called "Pony Express," which was pretty funny, all frustrations aside, when the customer accused me of delivering by "dog sled." Dog sled to Pony Express? Really??
Anyway, in three years of Shipping Face Cozys to CPAP wearers all across the continent, I've never had a slow shipping problem – first time.
Are you a side-sleeper or a back sleeper? Does it matter if you have obstructive sleep disorder (sleep apnea) and wear a CPAP machine? Apparently so! Check out this article by Tamara Kaye Sellman in Sleep Resolutions: http://www.sleepresolutions.com/blog/sleeping-positions-osa-and-cpap-rem...
All the time I hear people say they don't wear their CPAP machines because they hate them. And I get it. It's not my favourite thing either - except that it's probably saving my life. Strapping on a goofy looking mask attached to a long hose isn't the sexiest way to go to bed; but if it means I'm going to live another day with a better quality of life, I'll take it and I hope you will, too. Ever wondered just how serious sleep apnea is? Tamara Sellman has written an excellent article on what sleep apnea does to the heart.
Wow! Just received the updated USA Letters Patent for the Face Cozy! What a journey from a little prayer for an invention to international distribution of a little piece of fleece. Gideon might have thrown out his fleece, but Morgan and I patented ours! LOL
Is it really your mom or dad's fault that you have to wear a CPAP mask at night? Tamara Kaye Sellman RPSGT CCSH has written a very interesting article on heredity as it relates to sleep apnea. Check it out here: http://www.sleepresolutions.com/blog/is-sleep-apnea-hereditary
Everybody knows snoring is probably the biggest turn-off in the bedroom. Being kept awake at night by someone who is blissfully unaware of the torture he or she is imposing is neither fun nor sexy. Obviously, however, it's not a total deal-breaker, because many snorers are still married. That means there are a lot of long-suffering mates out there whose love trumps personal comfort. According to a recent survey from the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM), 83 percent of the 1,009 people surveyed by telephone said they had a snoring bed partner.