A face down, forward leaning position support for resting in transit, at home, school or work.
Features & Benefits
· Fits All Body Sizes, Types
· Lightweight, Collapsible, Portable
· Adjustable Head & Chest Supports
· Ergonomic, Elegant Design
· Use On Any Table Or Desk Top
“Tripod Resting Position”
· facilitates deeper, easier breathing
· relieves tension
· promotes relaxation & comfort
· relieves back & neck strain
“Hypnap TruRest” is also elegantly designed making it a pleasure to use
... and to be seen.
“Hypnap TruRest” consists of a contoured head/face support with an opening sized to
facilitate breathing or reading even while wearing eyeglasses. Attached to the head/face
support are removable and adjustable cushions to fit all face shapes, sizes and contours of
users. The adjustable chest support enables people to find their own key support location
in the chest region.
Ergonomically designed, the “Hypnap TruRest” is the first travel sleep aid that supports the user in a face down, forward leaning position, facilitating more comfort and relaxation on airplane flights. Designed for airplane and train passengers, it’s also appropriate for anyone with access to a table top or desk surface. Hypnap is not just for snoozing. The breathing cavity is large enough for a clear view for reading or working.
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Tired of assuming body positions worthy of Cirque de Soleil contortionists while trying to get comfortable on your flight? Frustrated with arriving at your destination exhausted and in pain? Hypnap TruRest has created a solution and finally made deep rest achievable on your airplane flight. Ergonomically designed, Hypnap TruRest is the first travel sleep aid that supports the user in a face down, forward leaning position, rendering seat recline unnecessary, and facilitating more comfort and relaxation on airplane flights.
Designed for airplane passengers but appropriate for anyone with access to a table top or desk top surface, Hypnap TruRest sits on the tray table and is collapsible, lightweight and portable for easy carriage. Hypnap TruRest is also elegantly designed making it a pleasure to use and be seen with.
In addition, it’s not just for snoozing. The breathing cavity is large enough for the user to have a clear view so that one can read or do work while using the TruRest.
Everyone has different bodies – tall and short heights, long and short torsos, wide and narrow faces and everything in between. The individuality of our customers was a chief consideration while designing our TruRest and we didn’t want to leave anyone out.
The TruRest consists of a contoured head/face support with an opening for breathing and seeing. Attached to the head/face support are removable cushions that can be adjusted to fit the different face shapes, sizes and contours of Hypnap TruRest users. The head/ face support is adjustable in angle and lengthwise to fit users with different heights and torso lengths. The chest support is also adjustable because some people prefer to be supported on the upper chest region and others prefer support on the lower chest region. The frame adjusts in angle, allowing users to lean in varying degrees of repose. In case the seat in front of the user is reclined, thus reducing the amount of space on the tray table, the TruRest slides on a track toward the user, allowing more space to lean forward.
Although resting in the forward leaning position, also called the “tripod” position, may seem like a foreign concept, it is actually quite common and a natural part of human behavior. For example, we frequently lean forward on our elbows with our heads in our hands to rest, or with our heads resting on our folded arms on a table to nap.
Not only is it natural and instinctive, research on the mechanics of breathing illustrates that resting in the tripod position can also yield health benefits. Hypnap consulted with neck and spine specialists and examined research on the lungs and pulmonary system to develop the TruRest.
According to research, resting in the lean forward position facilitates deeper, easier and more efficient breathing by easing the work load of the chest muscles and engaging the diaphragm. Doctors and physical therapists sometimes recommend using this position as an adjunct to medical treatment for people with chronic lung disease when breathing becomes difficult. Engaging the diaphragm using deep breathing can reduce anxiety and release muscle tension by promoting the relaxation response. And, resting in the lean forward position is often recommended to relieve pain for those with certain back problems.