|By PR Newswire||
|January 22, 2014 08:50 AM EST||
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- At a time when 40-60 million Americans suffer with sleep problems and another 47 million are living with neck pain, the innovative PILLO1 pillow is improving sleep and breaking the cycle of chronic pain. A new survey indicates that 8 out of 10 people were 100% satisfied with PILLO1 for neck and back pain relief, and 8 out of 10 people were 100% satisfied with PILLO1 for "improved sleep".
The recent anonymous survey also shows the wide variety of PILLO1's benefits. Users reported that PILLO1 has reduced snoring, wrinkles, chronic headaches and numbness and tingling in the hands. Moreover, an all-telling sign, a whopping 80% of customers claim they have already referred or will refer PILLO1 to friends and family.
"We are thrilled with these remarkably high rates of customer satisfaction," says Dr. Raymond Hall, the Pro Athlete/Celebrity Sports Chiropractor who invented PILLO1. "This survey confirms that users are benefitting from the pillow's unique patented contours and luxurious foams to support the head and upper body in a way never seen before in other pillows, allowing for deeper sleep and less strain to the neck and spine at night."
These results come at a time when prescription sleeping pills and pain medications are proving to be ineffective long-term solutions complicated by heightened health risks. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently reported that 9 million Americans are taking prescription sleeping pills. Yet experts caution that long-term use is ineffective and leads to dependence. According to one recent study, sleeping pills increase the risk of death, cancer, diabetes and weight gain.
Common side effects of sleeping pills include burning or tingling in the hands, arms, feet or legs, constipation, diarrhea, dizziness, headache, stomach pain and uncontrollable shaking. These drugs can also lead to bizarre behaviors including sleepwalking, sleep driving, and sleep texting.
Sleep experts recommend alternative sleep therapies as first-line treatments to improve sleep before resorting to prescription sleep aids. PILLO1 offers an all-natural solution, supported by an independent sleep study, proving that users fall asleep faster, increase their REM Sleep and consumers say they stay asleep longer – without the dangers and side effects of sleeping pills.
Likewise, chronic pain medications' benefits are short-term. After just a few months, effectiveness is shown to wear off and patients report only 30% pain-relief compared to when they started. While relief is short-lived, pain medications present a black hole of possible dangers – including addiction and death.
"In today's technology-advanced world, we are constantly looking down at computers and smart phones, increasing repetitive neck strain," says Dr. Hall. "It's time for sleep technology to catch up, as the old soft pillow design is further damaging our spine and disrupting sleep. As demonstrated by the robust consumer satisfaction data, PILLO1's science-based innovation offers a long-lasting, non-drug solution for natural healing, harmony and balance."
PILLO1 (www.PILLO1.com) is an eco-lux pillow designed to stop neck and back pain created by Dr. Raymond Hall, a pro-athlete and celebrity chiropractor who works in one of the nation's premier multi-disciplinary Orthopaedic groups in Los Angeles, the Pacific Coast Sports Medicine Group. Although Dr. Hall always suggests that consumers discuss with their Doctor about drug interactions and their specific medical needs, he explains that PILLO1 should be the number one natural alternative as it is made from naturally-derived and eco-friendly materials and is the outgrowth of his research and clinical practice based on over 29 years of integrated medicine treating neck/back injuries and conditions. The intelligently-engineered PILLO1 blends the blissful comfort of luxury bedding and a highly sophisticated therapeutic design that perfectly aligns the spine while laying on one's side or back to promote healing and restorative deep sleep. Based in Westlake Village, Calif., Hall Innovations LLC redefines the pillow in a plush, medically sound and responsible manner.
Media Contact: Andrea Tennant Hall, PILLO1 aka Hall Innovations, LLC, 805-371-8883, [email protected]
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