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518 Pocahontas Ave NE
Roanoke, Virginia 24012-5725


Let Foot Levelers Embrace You with the Ultimate in Sleeping Comfort – The Caress™

The Caress - Copyright – Stock Photo / Register Mark (Roanoke, VA) – Foot Levelers has a new addition to its new line of orthopedic pillows with the Caress™ Pillow. The Caress uses a special top layer of Embrace™ foam to conform to your head and neck. It has an easy break-in period for instant relief of nighttime discomforts like TMJ, sinus headaches, and neck pains. Most people toss and turn throughout the night, disrupting REM sleep and interfering with a good night's rest. With the Caress, your sleep cycle is secure and uninterrupted.

The patent-pending Sleep Cycle System™ found in the Caress pillow maintains constant support, with improved transitions though all sleep stages and positions. The patient begins the sleep period on his/her back, with the head cradled in the

Therapeutic Z-z-zone™ for proper neck extension. When the sleeping patient moves into a lateral position, the head rolls onto a side of the pillow. The soft, comfortable layer of foam promotes proper side-lying support to the cervical spine. If the patient later moves back into the supine position, the head returns to the Therapeutic Z-z-zone. Combined with the new SideKick™ knee pillow for lumbo-pelvic support in side sleeping, the Caress provides a healthy sleep posture. This process keeps you in deep sleep and lets the recuperative powers of the REM cycle do its job.

Foot Levelers is the exclusive provider of the Sleep Cycle System line of pillows including the Caress and Escape. Call toll free: 1-800-553-4860 (from Canada: 1-800-344-4860), or visit us at www.footlevelers.com to learn more about these cervical support pillows from Foot Levelers.

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