Monday, May 25, 2009

The Cure for Hot Nights

I love reading about ingenious inventions from regular people that see a need in their life and come up with a gadget or two. There are several reasons. Firstly, the product is more apt to address a genuine need rather than be the result of a think tank. There is something charming and homespun about the whole project as well.

There are some folks out there, no matter what they do, can't help feeling very hot at night. They may take the comforter off, open a window, and try other things to no avail. One solution for Night Sweats is to crank up the air conditioner. However, that can get very expensive over time.

Kurt Tompkins had been looking for a solution to this very problem, and came up with the BedFan. One day, his mother-in-law asked if she could use it. She was having terrible Menopause Night Sweats, that made it impossible for her to sleep. The invention seemed to do the trick!

In fact, there have been thousands of people who have been helped by the invention. Sweating at Night is not limited to menopause. Individuals with certain cancers, MS, and AIDS also find that they have this problem. It is great when an interesting product can improve the lives of others. Sleeping Hot, or way warmer than your own good, when the body cannot cool itself, is something uncomfortable that no one should have to put up with.


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