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Sorry for the condition and I’m glad you have read and shared your thoughts. As per this article, #6 is the main reason. All the same, as times change and you probably may not be around the alert person(s) all the time, then you can gradually and over time train yourself to have your head uncovered as you sleep. It’s gonna do you a lot of good.
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These wearable blankets for kids are meant for sleeping in. It’s clearly unsafe to want to be walking in them, especially for kids.
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Hello, we have updated this article, and it may have a bit more content that tries to address some of the concerns shared of late.
Meanwhile, we encourage you to continue wearing your masks, just as the health experts have been advising.
However, there are various types of masks already in the market, and some are easier on the airflow, than others. One needs to go and get a mask that feels quite comfortable when breathing, but at the same time not compromising on the quality, as the mask is needed to serve the purpose of preventing the transmission of the Coronavirus.
I have personally tried out a variety of masks, and found one that is quite comfortable on me.
I may not recommend you to get any of them, but for sure you’ll find it if you try out a few samples in the market.
It’s quite a worry, but as for the face masks, you can try and limit wearing them to when you’re interacting with people, and while in public places. While in-house, you can put them to rest. It is advisable.
It is human to always cover one’s head while sleeping. All the same, you might want to try ‘wearable blankets’ and see if they could help, in that your fore-face isn’t really fully covered.
We have reviewed some of them in the updated version of this article.
Hi Lisa, are you able to share the actual location you’re at? That way it’s easier to find out.
Kindly run a search on ‘CPAP hose cover’ and see if the results are close to what you’re looking for.
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Hello Stacy and we really empathize with your predicament.
Have you considered using bedding materials that are lighter on your upper quarter as you sleep?
A light sheet (if the conditions are favorable), would be great as it won’t have much interference even if you covered your head.
You may also consider some form of pegs that hold your blanket in a certain position while you sleep, such that you aren’t likely to cover your head. The ideal peg should be firm enough to deliver as desired.
Above all, training yourself to do away with the habit would help, and as you grow, you may gradually outgrow the habit.
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Really sorry for that. This is why we need to create enough awareness, and be optimistic that this, among many other conditions that have been ignored over the years, get to capture the attention they require, and ultimately the remedies be forthcoming.
Thanks for passing by. Surely we’ve tried to explore the link between chiropractic care and sleep quality and we believe it is an underutilized way to enhance your nap.