- "Crisis averted. " - Review by Catherine
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It's upsetting to discover that your child has sleep apnea both because of what it can do to him, and because of the nightmare of trying to get him to put on the mask. I was afraid that once the novelty of being a fighter pilot wore off, it would be no end of trouble trying to keep the mask on him at night. Thankfully the Kidsta is easy enough to get on before he puts up a fuss, and he can spend some time watching TV or playing the Game Boy and relax before going to bed.
It doesn't cover his mouth either, so he can let me know if there is a problem or that he can't go to bed because he's got to beat the next level. He can be himself with the mask, but he's much easier to rouse in the morning when it's time for school, and he's less grumpy through the day.
(Posted on 9/5/2011)