We've all struggled to get some meaningful sleep whilst sitting upright and we all know that it usually leads to a sore neck and not much in the way of sleep. I wanted to create something that solved that and I'm pleased to say we have.
(PRWEB) May 21, 2008
ezysleep is a new kind of travel pillow. designed in the UK by Kidderminster based entrepreneur, Mark Dearlove, the ezysleep inflatable travel pillow was the result of several years of testing a variety of ideas designed to reduce or completely eliminate the neck strain you typically get when you use a standard U-shaped travel pillow or similar product when you are trying to sleep in an upright position, such as during a long haul flight in coach/economy class seating.
They say that the simplest ideas are often the best and the ezysleep travel pillow is no exception. With it's patented front support design the wearer (or weary traveler) is provided with true 360 degrees of support. In the old days we used to try to get some travel slumber whilst propped somewhere between headrest, vibrating window and U-shaped or regular shape pillow. The result was usually a sore neck and not a very high quality of sleep, if any at all.
Mark Dearlove, Inventor of the ezysleep travel pillow said "We've all struggled to get some meaningful sleep whilst sitting upright and we all know that it usually leads to a sore neck and not much in the way of sleep. I wanted to create something that solved that and I'm pleased to say we have."
The secret is in the chin support. Whilst most travel pillows offer some support at the back and sides of the head, none do anything about supporting your chin at the front so as you fall asleep you head is in danger of falling forwards and putting a heavy burden on your neck. The ezysleep travel pillow supports the back, sides and chin, thus keeping the neck straight whilst you quietly drift off (Providing you've got some ear plugs but that's a different story...).
Uses for ezysleep are varied and many of their customers have been disabled, looking for a solid alternative to existing and far less comfortable neck supports. It has already proved popular within the physical therapy industry and amongst medical practitioners in general who clearly feel there are many potential applications for this product.