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The Science behind the Tipping Point
When we sleep at more reclined positions, our heads are pulled back towards our headrest and into a stable position. This stability allows us to fall asleep and stay asleep because the muscles responsible for holding up our heads are being allowed to relax.
When we sleep more upright, our necks muscles must go into tension to stabilize our heads.
As we begin to drift off, our neck muscles begin to relax causing our head to become more unstable making it more susceptible to forward rotation and cervical spine misalignment.
The SkyDreamer holds the head upright in a stable and aligned position while our neck extender muscles are at rest.