Sona Pillow Review


Product details:

Type: Pillow
Clinical studies: No
FDA cleared: Yes
Price: $59.00
Money back: No
BBB accredited: Not Listed
Scam complaints: No

When it comes to anti-snoring pillows, many of them are very similar. For the most part they are very firm and high with a bit of a bowl in the middle for your head.

The Sona Stop Snoring Pillow is not like the others, but is that good or bad? You’ll know soon because the answers to all of your questions are coming up, just keep reading.

Benefits

The main benefit of any anti-snoring pillow is that they are usually convenient and easy to use. All you have to do is replace your regular pillow with one of these and the hard work is done. Just lay your head down and go to sleep.

However, the Sona pillow has a very different shape from other solutions like it. The way this product is made, you have to put your arm under the pillow and it forces you to sleep on your side. That means that you might actually have to slide a little further down the bed so that your hand isn’t against your headboard. You will hear more about this later.

Background

The first thing I noticed about this pillow is the fact that it is cleared by the FDA. That is very rare for this kind of snoring solution. While that is a good sign, the makers of this product do not have a record with the Better Business Bureau.

They are not accredited, but they have not had any complaints filed against them. This isn’t necessarily bad, it just isn’t great. There is one thing that may worry you though, the lack of a guarantee.

If you bought this pillow to give it a try and you decided you didn’t like it, you would have no way of getting a refund. The money you spent on it would be gone for good.

Differences

The main difference was mentioned above but I wanted to explain a little more here. Some people are simply not comfortable sleeping on their side for the entire night.

Maybe this sounds like you. If that is the case, then this pillow will give you nothing but grief. The shape of this solution literally forces you to sleep on your side. You probably already know that sleeping on your side with any pillow may reduce or prevent snoring.

In addition to that, this pillow forces you to sleep on your arm as well. It is made so that your arm is extended beneath it and your hand ends up above your head. This is not the most comfortable position for everyone.

Real World Experience

Most of the problems people have with this solution have something to do with the position it makes you sleep in. When you think about things like size, weight, and structural differences it’s easy to see why this is happening.

For me personally, sleeping in this position guarantees that my hand will be either numb or asleep when I wake up. It seems like a lot of people have the same problem. However, there are also a fair number of people who say this pillow gives them neck pain.

One thing I have not seen is someone saying this solution is great. I think at this point it is safe to assume it isn’t even close to great. Something doesn’t have to be great to help though and it has helped a few people to some degree.

Wrap Up

The Sona Stop Snoring Pillow may be easy to find, easy to use, and FDA cleared, but you should probably skip it. It just doesn’t seem to work for the majority of people.

The position it puts you in isn’t natural for some and it shows. If it was more comfortable maybe it would work better. Who knows? For now though, you should cross this solution off your list of options.