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Light weight inflatable bumpers are designed to your height and weight and help you sleep on your side.
Stop snoring & breath comfortably when you sleep on your side and wake up feeling refreshed each morning.
Recommended by thousands of Sleep Doctors since 2007.
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UBC Hospital Sleep Lab Tested
After years of struggling with snoring and sleep apnea and spending thousands of dollars on CPAP and a dental device, I needed a better solution.
In 2007 with the help of UBC Sleep Lab, I did a split night sleep study to evaluate how my body position impacted my sleep quality.
While asleep on my side, I breathed easier, maintained > 99% Oxygen levels and enjoyed a restful sleep.
Inflatable Bumpers adjust to provide the best positional support. The inflatables sit horizontally and comfortably curve around your body.
Wear the belt loose so your breathing is relaxed and unrestricted.
Keep the shoulder straps snug so the belt and inflatable bumpers hold your upper body on your side.
Sleep Doctor Recommended
I presented a dental sleep medicine conference and there should be no question, when folks see the research, of how important a role positional therapy places in the management of OSA. Rematee does a great job of keeping you on your side.
– Dr. Daniel Taché, DMD | TMJ Treatment Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA
Not everyone needs CPAP and many can't tolerate it. For the last three years, I've treated patients with positional apnea and snoring by correcting their sleeping position. Using a Rematee Bumper Belt can often provide a great amount of relief.
– Dr. Alan Hoffman, PhD, MD, FRCPCP, FCCP | Pacific Sleep Disorders Clinic in Nanaimo, BC, Canada
Sleep on your side and breath easy
Necessity, the mother of invention
My name is Sean and this recent photo with my wife and four children in Montreal, QC taking a ride downtown on the metro.
I am reasonably healthy but getting a good sleep has been a challenge for many year.
When I was younger I thought snoring was a trivial issue, something that only bothered my partner but not me. But when I learned of the health risks and negative impact to MY health, I stopped ignoring it and searched for a comfortable and affordable solution.
My snoring and sleep apnea are much worse when I sleep on my back (supine) vs on my side.
At my first sleep study at Mount Sinai Hospital in Montreal I was diagnosed with moderate sleep apnea and 157 apnea interruptions during 8hrs of sleep. I stopped breathing for up to a minute long.
Twenty three years later, I still snore and have apnea when I sleep on my back. But remaining on my side and asleep proved to be challenging.
Necessity is the mother of invention and Canada's Dragons Den sparked the idea that I could build a better solution. Read More