I turn on my fan and I feel like I am in a cocoon of coolness and I can fall asleep – then it turns off on its own and the sheets gently fall on me with pockets of cool air. I love my wind tunnel and would not give it up for anything.
Petaluma, CA (PRWEB) June 19, 2015
More than 7 million women in the United States are plagued by menopausal or post-hysterectomy hot flashes and night sweats. A new solution from a California-based independent designer/developer now offers those women fast, economical drug-free relief, uninterrupted sleep—and a return to intimacy with their partners.
NightBliss turns any bed into a cooling wind tunnel producing a breeze intense enough to lift the sheets and pass cool air over a sleeper’s entire body, but gentle enough to leave bed covers and sleepwear in place.
As strange as that sounds, all the women who have tried it find blessed relief and restoration of a good night’s sleep using the NightBliss wind tunnel.
Hot flashes that occur during the day can somehow be controlled by removing a jacket, fanning oneself or other cooling method. But hot flashes at night are miserable to deal with. They always cause wakening and often it is difficult to get back to sleep. Decreased sleep each night results in chronic, serious cognitive deficits during the day.
Another side effect of nocturnal hot flashes is loss of intimacy with the sleeping partner. Traditional medicine has few ideas of how to deal with the problem, except dispensing prescriptions for hormones. Michael Rand, the developer, said, “Many women would rather not use hormones after they inform themselves of possible side effects disclosed on the drug inserts.”
The wind tunnel is the result of many months of research, tinkering and testing it with menopausal woman suffering hot flashes. “We have been testing the product and have had 100% acceptance. Women like it so much we’ve never had a return, which is why we confidently offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee, even including return shipping,” said Rand.
Long-time user Jackie MacDonald said, “I turn on my fan and I feel like I am in a cocoon of coolness and I can fall asleep – then it turns off on its own and the sheets gently fall on me with pockets of cool air. I love my wind tunnel and would not give it up for anything.”
The wind tunnel bed fan solution comes in three models, and is activated by just pushing a button that can be worn around the neck. A brisk, cooling breeze lifts suffocating bedding off the body and brings quick relief. Depending on the model, it is programmable to shut itself off after a pre-determined length of time. Most menopausal women opt for this model because they find that they are lulled back to sleep almost immediately.
To learn more, visit http://www.hotflashes.co, email info(AT)hotflashes.com, or call Rand’s MyBreeze direct at (707) 762-8411. Watch a video demonstration and hear testimonials at http://goo.gl/Lt0rnu.