NightShift Chest Belt
Replacement Chest Belt for the Night Shift Device
The Night Shift Chest Strap is a lightweight, adjustable, propriety chest strap/belt that is designed to deliver supine avoidance feedback or vibrational feedback to the chest instead of the neck.
Positional Obstructive Sleep Apnea occurs when you sleep on your back (supine position) blocking your airways which can disrupt breathing. Therefore, sleeping on your side (non-supine) will open the airways and allow you to breathe easy and sleep better.
- Easier to adjust to and more comfortable than CPAP
- Lightweight and comfortable Neoprene material
- Can be worn over bed clothing, but it can be optionally worn against the skin
- Adjustable - Fits chest sizes up to 59 inches
- 6 Month Warranty
For better results, please ensure that you have the latest version of firmware installed while registering the device.
How To Use
1. Affix the Night Shift to the Chest Belt.
2. Use the Night Shift software to change device setting from Neck Strap to Chest Belt
3. Adjust the Chest Belt length so it remains centered during the night. Note that the chest belt is designed to be worn over a shirt or other nightwear.
4. Refer to the Night Shift User Instructions for information on how to use, charge, and clean the device. Note that the chet belt should be cleaned using the same method as the neck strap.
About Advanced Brain Monitoring
Advanced Brain Monitoring is a neuro-diagnostics device company internationally recognized for its innovative technologies. Their products are used by clinicians, researchers and in clinical trials to interpret brain and physiological function as they relate to chronic diseases and early stage neurodegeneration, and to improve sleep quality and enhance performance.
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SVerified ReviewI can recommend dI was happy with belt but then tried neck strap which I prefer- both comfortable but neck strap easy to use & comfortable - forget you have it on (Posted on 14-06-2021)