Wearing your Device
To use the SomnoPose app to monitor your sleep position, you will need to wear your iPhone® or iPod touch® while sleeping. These are the basic guidelines:
Here are some specific suggestions for wearing your iPhone or iPod touch:
Pocket: If your device is worn in a pocket, you may need to take steps to ensure that it is sufficiently stable, secure, and forward facing. It may be helpful to use an elastic bandage wrapped across the pocket to help keep it in place.
Smartphone belt or waistband: A belt or band designed to hold a smartphone could work well.
Money belt: Some money belts with large pockets, such as the Eagle Creek UnderCover™ Security Belts, may work well, depending on the size of your device.
Smartphone armband adapted for torso wearing: You could devise a way to attach an armband to a long elastic bandage or other comfortable band to wear around your torso.
Tucked into elastic bandage: A device can be tucked between layers of a wide elastic bandage wrapped around your chest or abdomen, but a case may help prevent the device from slipping out. Binder clips, safety pins or other devices can be added to help hold the device in place. See the tucked example for details.
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