In Ancient Greece, if you had a question, chances are you’d head out to an oracle and ask her. While the answer might not always be what you had in mind, you always got one, and–in that weird twist of fate– it usually ended up being pretty revealing and relevant.
If anything, those who didn’t head the oracle’s advice–or didn’t ask any follow up questions to clear any confusion– often paid for it later (See: Oedipus; parents).
More Answers, Less Divination
If you think about it, the Expert Answers process is pretty similar. Like a Greek hero on a quest to “know your sleep,” you send along a question and get an answer back from an expert. As a result, you take action and share your findings to help others make better decisions.
Today, we’d like to further your journey by sharing one Zeo user’s question, as well as the Expert Answer from John Winkelman, MD, PhD, of Sleep HealthCenters in Brighton, MA. Hopefully, it will help you navigate through untold hazards along the way, like having one too many drinks with Bacchus close to bedtime, or being lured by the sleep-in sirens of Sunday morning.
Has anyone had success with a product or remedy which “prevents” them from rolling onto their back? Will inhibiting my movements be more disruptive than the breathing issues positional therapy is supposed to fix?