Philips NightBalance

L2US01US

L2US01US

$599.99 $499.99

Philips NightBalance

L2US01US

$599.99 $499.99

NightBalance is a compact, easy-to-use, mask-free treatment for positional OSA. The palm-sized device is worn comfortably across your chest in a soft, adjustable strap.

NightBalance delivers gentle vibrations that prompt you to shift off of your back without disturbing your sleep6. It automatically adjusts the intensity of vibrations to provide the therapy you need.

NightBalance is:

  • reported to be more comfortable to wear than CPAP8
  • easy to adjust thanks to an adaptation program
  • designed to go anywhere with a convenient travel case
  • mobile friendly with an easy-to-use app that tracks your progress
  • discreet to wear
  • A valid prescription is required for the purchase of this product Learn More

Specifications

Package contents

Philips NightBalance, Sensor Device, Docking Station, Chest Strap, Power Adapter, Travel Case

Weight

Sensor Device: 30 gr (1.1 oz)
Chest Strap: 62 gr (2.2 oz)

Package dimensions

8 x 6.85 x 2.75 inches

Warranty

2 year warranty on Sensor Device and Docking Station

MPN

L2US01US

Support

NightBalance FAQ

NightBalance Patient Brochure

Footnotes

1. van Maanen, P., de Vries, N. Long-Term effectiveness and Compliance of Positional Therapy with the Sleep Position Trainer in the Treatment of Positional Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome, Sleep, Vol. 37, No 7,2014.2.
2. Dutch Apnea Society (Apneuvereniging) Dutch survey done with based on 75 NightBalance users for an average of 2.2 years, 2017.
3. 33% increase in PSQI score in 145 men (6 months).
4. Snoring severity was defined as both loudness and intensity as perceived by partner.
5. de Ruiter, M. et al, Durability of treatment effects of the sleep position trainer vesus oral appliance therapy in positional OSA: a 12-month follow-up of a randomized controlled trial, Sleep and Breathing 201822:441-450.
6. van Maanen, J. et al, The sleep position trainer: a new treatment for positional obstructive sleep apnoea, Sleep and Breathing, 2013, 17:771-779.
7. Eijvogel, m. et al, Sleep position trainer versus tennis ball technique in positional obsructive sleep apnea syndrome, J Clin Dleep Med 2015; 11(2):139 - 147.
8. Berry, Richard B. et al, NightBalance Sleep Position Treatment Device versus Auto-adjusting Positive Airway Pressure for Treatment of Positional Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, 2019 ,Vol. 5, No.7, 947-956