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JP2012110492A
JP2012110492A JP2010261625A JP2010261625A JP2012110492A JP 2012110492 A JP2012110492 A JP 2012110492A JP 2010261625 A JP2010261625 A JP 2010261625A JP 2010261625 A JP2010261625 A JP 2010261625A JP 2012110492 A JP2012110492 A JP 2012110492A
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To materialize a sound-sleep aid capable of supporting an optimum sound sleep by removing a sense of oppression on the chest, shoulder, neck, etc., in various sleeping postures of a sleeper.SOLUTION: The sound-sleep aid 1 is composed of a right support 2R and a left support 2L in a bilateral symmetry structure. The right support 2R includes: an L shaped body 3R which is formed in an L shape with a bottom part 3R1 and a rising part 3R2; and an arm rest 4R which is fixed longitudinally on top of the rising part 3R2. In addition, the right support 2R has a recess 5R formed in a part of the L shaped body 3R. The left support 2L has a similar configuration. A sleeper sleeps by holding the own body between the right support 2R and the left support 2L, with the right and left hands set on the respective arm rests 4R, 4L of the right and the left supports 2R, 2L. In such a sleeping posture, the sleeper is free from a pressure on the chest caused by the hands and arms; thus, a sound sleep can be supported.

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  The present invention relates to a sleep aid, and more particularly, to a sleep aid for assisting a person with insomnia to sleep well.

  Conventionally, various assistive devices for providing a good sleep have been developed. For example, a technology of a sleeper that realizes sufficient sleep and hair disturbance prevention by providing a pillow slip prevention device at the lower part of the pillow to prevent pillow slip is disclosed (for example, see Patent Document 1). . According to this technology, one end surface of the plastic L-shaped auxiliary rib is sandwiched between the back side of the upper end of the mattress, and the position of the pillow is supported by the surface region on the other end side of the L-shaped auxiliary rib, thereby sleeping. Even if the head is moved, pillow slippage can be prevented, so that it is possible to support the sleep of the sleeper and to prevent the hair from falling asleep.

  Moreover, the technique of the sleep aid for keeping the sleeper's head vicinity warm is also disclosed (for example, refer patent document 2). According to this technology, the sleep aid is configured by an enclosure that half-encloses the periphery of the pillow, and a leg that prevents movement of the enclosure by the weight of the pillow on which the sleeping person's head is mounted. Yes. Therefore, by arranging such a sleep aid in the vicinity of the pillow, the head can be protected from cold air such as a draft, so that it is possible to appropriately support the sleep of the sleeping person.

Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 2004-216095 JP 2005-278799 A

  However, although the technique disclosed in Patent Document 1 can prevent pillow slippage by the L-shaped auxiliary ribs, it cannot support sleep for a variety of sleepers. For example, if a sleeping person has a habit of sleeping with his / her chest pressed with his / her hand, he / she cannot support a good night's sleep by providing support that removes the weight of the hand. In addition, the technique disclosed in Patent Document 2 can protect the periphery of the head from the cold by surrounding the head of the sleeping person with a sleep aid, but the comforter applied to the sleeping person's shoulder or neck The weight of the child cannot be removed, so the sleeper cannot be supported in an optimal state.

  That is, the conventional sleep aids including Patent Documents 1 and 2 cannot be removed from the comforter that is applied to the shoulder or neck, or even if the weight applied to the shoulder or neck is removed. It is not possible to adequately support a sleeper's sleep for various sleep forms, such as being unable to remove chest pressure due to the weight of the person's hand.

  Therefore, the technical issues to be solved in order to realize a sleep aid that can support optimal sleep by removing the feeling of pressure on the chest, shoulders, neck, etc. A problem arises, and the present invention aims to solve this problem.

  The present invention has been proposed in order to achieve the above object, and the invention according to claim 1 is characterized in that a bottom surface portion having a width that can be stably placed and a rising portion that rises at right angles from an end surface of the bottom surface portion. And an L-shaped body formed in an L-shape and an arm-hanging portion fixed in the longitudinal direction at the top of the rising portion having a gradient in the height direction. Provide sleep aids to do.

  According to this configuration, the sleep aid includes an L-shape formed in an L shape by the bottom surface portion and the rising portion, and an armrest fixed in the longitudinal direction at the top portion of the rising portion having a gradient in the height direction. Therefore, it is possible to configure a sleep aid that is simple in structure and stable.

  According to a second aspect of the present invention, there is provided the sleep assisting device according to the first aspect, wherein the two assisting devices are symmetrically configured as a pair.

  According to this configuration, the sleep aid is composed of two pairs of assist devices having a symmetrical structure with respect to the sleeping posture of the sleeping person. Can support a good night's sleep.

  The invention according to claim 3 provides the sleep aid according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the assisting device is made of at least one material selected from the group consisting of plastic, plywood, urethane, and metal.

  According to this structure, since the auxiliary tool which comprises a sleep aid is comprised by raw materials, such as a plastic, a plywood, urethane, or a metal, a sleep aid can be manufactured with a comparatively cheap material.

  The invention according to claim 4 provides the sleep aid according to claim 1, 2, or 3, wherein a concave portion is formed in a part of the L-shaped assisting device.

  According to this configuration, since the dent portion is formed in the L-shaped body of the assisting device, the elbow and the arm do not hit the L-shaped body when the hand or arm is placed on the arm-hanging portion of the sleep assisting device. The ease-of-use of the sleep assisting device is extremely improved with respect to the sleeping posture.

  According to the first aspect of the present invention, since the sleeper's hand and arm can be placed on the sleep assisting device corresponding to various sleeping postures, there is no possibility of pressing the sleeper's chest with the hand or arm. Therefore, it is possible to effectively support a bedtime sleep.

  In the invention described in claim 2, since the sleep aids arranged on both sides of the body of the sleeping person have a symmetrical structure, in addition to the effect of the invention of claim 1, various sleeping conditions of the sleeping person are provided. It is possible to more effectively support sleep for the posture.

  In the invention described in claim 3, since the sleep aid is composed of a general-purpose material such as plastic, plywood, urethane, or metal, in addition to the effect of the invention described in claim 1 or 2, it is relatively inexpensive. It is possible to make a sleep aid with simple materials.

  In the invention according to claim 4, since the dent portion is formed in the L-shaped body of the sleep aid, in addition to the effect of the invention according to claim 1, 2, or 3, the arm rest portion of the sleep aid is provided with a hand. Alternatively, when the arm is placed, the elbow or upper arm does not hit the L-shaped body, so the ease of use of the sleep assisting device is greatly improved for various sleeping postures.

The perspective view of the sleep aid applied to this invention. In Example 1, the figure which shows the sleeping posture at the time of using a sleep aid as an upward music pillow. In Example 2, the figure which shows the sleeping posture at the time of using a sleep aid as a left sideward pillow. In Example 3, it is a figure which shows the sleeping posture at the time of using a sleep aid as a right lateral pillow. In Example 4, the figure which shows the sleeping posture at the time of using a sleep aid as a duck music pillow. In Example 5, the figure which shows the sleeping posture at the time of using a sleep aid as a bridge music pillow. In Example 6, the figure which shows the sleeping posture at the time of using a sleep aid as a space music pillow. In Example 7, the figure which shows a sleeping posture at the time of using a sleep aid as a head pillow pressure pillow. In Example 8, the figure which shows a sleeping posture at the time of using a sleep aid as a neck pillow pressure pillow. In Example 9, the figure which shows the sleeping posture at the time of using a sleep aid as a shoulder pillow pressure pillow. In Example 10, the figure which shows the sleeping posture at the time of using a sleep aid as a back pillow pressure pillow. In Example 11, the figure which shows the sleeping posture at the time of using a sleep aid as a waist pillow pressure pillow. In Example 12, the figure which shows the sleeping posture at the time of using a sleep aid as a buttocks pillow pressure pillow. In Example 13, the figure which shows the sleeping posture at the time of using a sleep aid as a calf pillow pressure pillow. In Example 14, the figure which shows the sleeping posture at the time of using a sleep aid as a tendon pillow pressure pillow. In Example 15, the figure which shows the sleeping posture at the time of using a sleep aid as a sole pillow pressure pillow. In Example 16, the figure which shows a sleeping posture at the time of using a sleep aid as an upper arm pillow pressure pillow. In Example 17, the figure which shows the sleeping posture at the time of using a sleep aid as a lower arm pillow pressure pillow. In Example 18, the figure which shows a sleeping posture at the time of using a sleep aid as a palm pillow pressure pillow.

  The present invention achieves the object of realizing a sleep aid that can support optimal sleep by removing the feeling of pressure on the chest, shoulders, neck, etc., for various sleep forms of a sleeping person. Therefore, an L-shaped body formed in an L shape by a bottom surface portion having a width that can be stably placed and a rising portion that rises perpendicularly from an end surface of the bottom surface portion, and the rising edge that has a gradient in the height direction This is realized by configuring a sleep assisting device including an assisting device formed by an arm-hanging portion fixed in the longitudinal direction at the top of the part.

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Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of the sleep aid according to the present invention will be described in detail with reference to FIGS. FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a sleep assisting device applied to the present invention. As shown in the figure, the sleep assisting tool 1 is composed of a pair of assisting tools, a right assisting tool 2R and a left assisting tool 2L, both of which have a symmetrical structure.

  The right assisting tool 2R includes an L-shaped body 3R formed in an L-shape and an arm-hanging portion 4R fixedly mounted on the top of one end of the L-shaped body 3R. In addition, the L-shaped body 3R is formed with a recess 5R so that the elbow is not hit when a hand or arm is placed on the arm-hanging portion 4R. Note that the width of the bottom surface portion 3R1 of the L-shaped body 3R is such that the L-shaped body 3R can be stably placed so that the L-shaped body 3R does not fall when the hand or arm is placed on the arm-hanging portion 4R. Further, the height of the rising portion 3R2 of the L-shaped body 3R is such that a hand or arm can be naturally hung on the armrest portion 4R when a person sleeps, and the armrest portion 4R is hung on the arm. A gradient is provided in the height direction of the rising portion 3R2 so that the arm posture is easy when the user touches.

  Similarly, the left auxiliary tool 2L includes an L-shaped body 3L formed in an L-shape and an arm-hanging portion 4L fixedly mounted on the top of one end of the L-shaped body 3L. In addition, the L-shaped body 3L is formed with a recess 5L so that the elbow is not hit when a hand or arm is placed on the arm-hanging portion 4L. Note that the width of the bottom surface portion 3L1 of the L-shaped body 3L is such that the L-shaped body 3L can be stably placed so that the L-shaped body 3L does not fall down when a hand or arm is placed on the arm-hanging portion 4L. Further, the height of the rising portion 3L2 of the L-shaped body 3L is high enough to allow a hand or arm to be naturally hung on the arm-hanging portion 4L when a person sleeps, and the arm-hanging portion 4R is hung on the arm. The height of the rising portion 3L2 is provided with a gradient so that the arm posture is easy when the user touches.

  The right auxiliary tool 2R and the left auxiliary tool 2L can be made of, for example, a plastic plate material, but may be made of a wooden plywood or the like. That is, the material of the right assisting tool 2R and the left assisting tool 2L constituting the sleep assisting tool 1 can be manufactured by a plate material such as plastic, plywood, urethane, or metal. Note that the right assisting tool 2R and the left assisting tool 2L can be further improved in the comfort of the sleep assisting instrument 1 by being covered with a soft material such as cloth.

  Hereinafter, a number of specific embodiments will be described with the various sleeping postures using the sleep aid 1 shown in FIG.

  FIG. 2 is a diagram illustrating a sleeping posture when the sleep aid is used as an upward comfort pillow in the first embodiment. That is, as shown in FIG. 2, the sleeping person 11 arranges the right assisting device 2R and the left assisting device 2L on the left and right sides of the body, and the armrest portion 4R on the top of the right assisting device 2R and the left assisting device 2L. Place the left and right hands on the armrest 4L at the top of the floor. In other words, the sleeping person 11 sandwiches his / her body between the right assisting tool 2R and the left assisting tool 2L, and the left and right arm rests 4R and 2L of the left assisting tool 2L are respectively left and right. Put a hand on the floor.

  At this time, the L-shaped body 3R of the right assisting tool 2R is formed with a recess 5R as shown in FIG. 1, so that the right upper arm is placed on the right when the right hand is placed on the arm-hanging part 4R of the right assisting tool 2R. There is no risk of hitting the auxiliary tool 2R. Further, the L-shaped body 3L of the left assisting tool 2L is also provided with a dent 5L as shown in FIG. 1, so that the left upper arm is placed on the left assist when the left hand is placed on the arm-hanging part 4L of the left assisting tool 2L. There is no risk of hitting the tool 2L.

  The sleeping person 11 can avoid a state in which the chest is pressed by hand by taking the sleeping posture as shown in FIG. 2 using the right assisting tool 2R and the left assisting tool 2L, and thus a more comfortable sleeping posture. It becomes possible to sleep well. That is, the sleep assisting device 1 including the right assisting device 2R and the left assisting device 2L supports the sleeping person 11 so as to avoid the sleeping posture in which the chest is pressed by hand, and leads the sleeping person 11 to sleep. be able to.

  FIG. 3 is a diagram illustrating a sleeping posture when the sleep assisting tool is used as a left lateral pillow in the second embodiment. That is, as shown in FIG. 3, the bedridden 11 goes to the left side with the right arm up, and puts the right arm and hand on the armrest portion 4L at the top of the left assisting tool 2L. Since the right assisting tool 2R does not provide any support in this sleeping posture, the right assisting tool 2R may be disposed on the right side of the sleeping person 11, but may not be disposed. By taking such a sleeping posture, it is possible to avoid a state in which the chest is pressed by hand, so that the sleeping person 11 can sleep in a more comfortable sleeping posture.

  FIG. 4 is a diagram illustrating the sleeping posture when the sleep aid is used as a right lateral pillow in the third embodiment. That is, as shown in FIG. 4, the sleeper 11 goes to the right side with the left arm up, and hangs the left arm and hand on the armrest portion 4R at the top of the right assisting tool 2R. In this sleeping posture, the left assisting tool 2L does not provide any support, so the left assisting tool 2L may be disposed on the left side of the sleeper 11, but may not be disposed. By taking such a sleeping posture, it is possible to avoid a state in which the chest is pressed by hand, so that the sleeping person 11 can sleep in a more comfortable sleeping posture.

  FIG. 5 is a diagram illustrating a sleeping posture when the sleep aid is used as a duck music pillow in the fourth embodiment. That is, as shown in FIG. 5, the sleeper 11 goes to the left side and holds the left auxiliary tool 2 </ b> L with the right arm and the left arm. By taking such a sleeping posture, it is possible to avoid a state in which the chest is pressed by hand, so that the sleeping person 11 can sleep in a more comfortable sleeping posture. The sleeping person 11 may go to the right side opposite to FIG. 5 and hold the right assisting tool 2R with the right arm and the left arm.

  FIG. 6 is a diagram illustrating a sleeping posture when the sleep aid is used as a bridge pillow in the fifth embodiment. That is, as shown in FIG. 6, the bedridden 11 goes to the left side and bridges the hand and elbow of the right arm with the armrest 4L of the left assisting tool 2L and the armrest 4R of the right assisting tool 2R. Hang in shape. By taking such a sleeping posture, it is possible to avoid a state in which the chest is pressed by hand, so that the sleeping person 11 can sleep in a more comfortable sleeping posture. The sleeping person 11 goes to the right side opposite to FIG. 6 and puts the hand and elbow of the left arm with the arm hooking part 4R of the right auxiliary tool 2R and the arm hooking part 4L of the left auxiliary tool 2L. It may be bridged.

  FIG. 7 is a diagram showing a sleeping posture when the sleep aid is used as a space music pillow in the sixth embodiment. That is, as shown in FIG. 7, the weight of the comforter 12 is not added to the sleeping person 11 by hanging the comforter 12 between the armrest 4R of the right assisting tool 2R and the armrest 4L of the left assisting tool 2L. Therefore, it is possible to support the sleep of the sleeping person 11.

  FIG. 8 is a diagram illustrating a sleeping posture when the sleep aid is used as a head pillow pressure pillow in the seventh embodiment. That is, as shown in FIG. 8, the right assisting device 2R is laid sideways so that the long side end surfaces of the arm hooking portion 4R of the right assisting device 2R and the bottom surface portion 3R1 of the L-shaped body 3R are placed on the mattress. The head of the person 11 is placed on the corner of the L-shaped body 3R. Then, the head of the sleeping person 11 is massaged by the corners of the L-shaped body 3R. As a result, the head of the sleeping person 11 can be massaged with the corner of the right assisting tool 2R and loosened. The same massage effect can be obtained even if the left auxiliary tool 2L is used as shown in FIG.

  FIG. 9 is a diagram showing a sleeping posture when the sleep aid is used as a neck pillow pressure pillow in Example 8. That is, as shown in FIG. 9, the right assisting device 2R is laid sideways so that the long side end surfaces of the arm hooking portion 4R of the right assisting device 2R and the bottom surface portion 3R1 of the L-shaped body 3R are placed on the mattress. The neck (neck) of the person 11 is placed on the corner of the L-shaped body 3R. Then, the neck (neck) of the sleeping person 11 is massaged by the corners of the L-shaped body 3R. As a result, the neck of the sleeping person 11 can be massaged with the corner of the right assisting tool 2R and loosened. The same massage effect can be obtained even if the left auxiliary tool 2L is used as shown in FIG.

  FIG. 10 is a diagram illustrating a sleeping posture when the sleep aid is used as a shoulder pillow pressure pillow in the ninth embodiment. That is, as shown in FIG. 10, the right assisting device 2R is laid sideways so that the long side end surfaces of the arm hooking portion 4R of the right assisting device 2R and the bottom surface portion 3R1 of the L-shaped body 3R are placed on the mattress. The shoulder of the person 11 is placed on the corner of the L-shaped body 3R. Then, the shoulder of the sleeping person 11 is massaged by the corners of the L-shaped body 3R. As a result, the shoulder of the sleeping person 11 can be massaged with the corner of the right assisting tool 2R and loosened. The same massage effect can be obtained even if the left auxiliary tool 2L is used as shown in FIG.

  FIG. 11 is a diagram illustrating a sleeping posture when the sleep aid is used as a back pillow pressure pillow in the tenth embodiment. That is, as shown in FIG. 11, the right assisting device 2R is laid sideways so that the long side end surfaces of the arm hooking portion 4R of the right assisting device 2R and the bottom surface portion 3R1 of the L-shaped body 3R are placed on the mattress. The back of the person 11 is placed on the corner of the L-shaped body 3R. Then, the back of the sleeping person 11 is massaged by the corners of the L-shaped body 3R. As a result, the back of the sleeping person 11 can be massaged with the corner of the right assisting tool 2R and loosened. The same massage effect can be obtained even if the left auxiliary tool 2L is used as shown in FIG.

  FIG. 12 is a diagram illustrating a sleeping posture when the sleep aid is used as a waist pillow pressure pillow in Example 11. That is, as shown in FIG. 12, the right assisting device 2R is laid sideways so that the long side end surfaces of the arm hooking portion 4R of the right assisting device 2R and the bottom surface portion 3R1 of the L-shaped body 3R are placed on the mattress. The waist of the person 11 is placed on the corner of the L-shaped body 3R. Then, the waist of the sleeping person 11 is massaged by the corners of the L-shaped body 3R. As a result, the waist of the sleeping person 11 can be massaged with the corner of the right assisting tool 2R and loosened. The same massage effect can be obtained even if the left auxiliary tool 2L is used as shown in FIG.

  FIG. 13 is a diagram illustrating a sleeping posture when the sleep aid is used as a buttocks pillow pressure pillow in Example 12. That is, as shown in FIG. 13, the right assisting device 2R is laid sideways so that the long side end surfaces of the arm hooking portion 4R of the right assisting device 2R and the bottom surface portion 3R1 of the L-shaped body 3R are placed on the mattress. Place the buttocks of the person 11 on the corners of the L-shaped body 3R. Then, the buttocks 11 are massaged by the corners of the L-shaped body 3R. As a result, it is possible to massage and loosen the buttocks of the sleeping person 11 with the corners of the right assisting tool 2R. The same massage effect can be obtained even if the left auxiliary tool 2L is used as shown in FIG.

  FIG. 14 is a diagram showing a sleeping posture when the sleep aid is used as a calf pillow pressure pillow in Example 13. That is, as shown in FIG. 14, the right assisting device 2R is laid sideways so that the long side side end surfaces of the arm hooking portion 4R of the right assisting device 2R and the bottom surface portion 3R1 of the L-shaped body 3R are placed on the mattress. The person 11's calf is placed on the corner of the L-shaped body 3R. Then, the calf of the sleeping person 11 is massaged by the corners of the L-shaped body 3R. As a result, the calf of the sleeping person 11 can be massaged with the corner of the right assisting tool 2R and loosened. The same massage effect can be obtained even if the left auxiliary tool 2L is used as shown in FIG.

  FIG. 15 is a diagram illustrating a sleeping posture when the sleep aid is used as a tendon pillow pressure pillow in Example 14. That is, as shown in FIG. 15, the right assisting device 2R is laid sideways so that the long side end surfaces of the arm hooking portion 4R of the right assisting device 2R and the bottom surface portion 3R1 of the L-shaped body 3R are placed on the mattress. The Achilles tendon of the person 11 is placed on the corner of the L-shaped body 3R. Then, the Achilles tendon of the sleeping person 11 is massaged by the corners of the L-shaped body 3R. As a result, the Achilles tendon of the sleeping person 11 can be massaged with the corner of the right assisting tool 2R and loosened. The same massage effect can be obtained even if the left auxiliary tool 2L is used as shown in FIG.

  FIG. 16 is a diagram illustrating a sleeping posture when a sleep aid is used as a sole pillow pressure pillow in Example 15. That is, as shown in FIG. 16, the right assisting device 2R is laid sideways so that the long side end surfaces of the arm hooking portion 4R of the right assisting device 2R and the bottom surface portion 3R1 of the L-shaped body 3R are placed on the mattress. Put the sole of the person 11 on the corner of the L-shaped body 3R. And the sole of the bed 11 is massaged by the corners of the L-shaped body 3R. As a result, it is possible to massage and loosen the soles of the bedridden 11 with the corners of the right assisting tool 2R. The same massage effect can be obtained even if the left auxiliary tool 2L is used as shown in FIG.

  FIG. 17 is a diagram illustrating a sleeping posture when the sleep aid is used as an upper arm pillow pressure pillow in Example 16. That is, as shown in FIG. 17, the right assisting tool 2R is laid sideways so that the long side end surfaces of the arm hooking part 4R of the right assisting tool 2R and the bottom face part 3R1 of the L-shaped body 3R are placed on the mattress. The upper arm of the person 11 is placed on the corner of the L-shaped body 3R. Then, the upper arm of the sleeping person 11 is massaged by the corners of the L-shaped body 3R. As a result, the upper arm of the sleeping person 11 can be massaged with the corner of the right assisting tool 2R and loosened. The same massage effect can be obtained even if the left auxiliary tool 2L is used as shown in FIG.

  FIG. 18 is a diagram illustrating a sleeping posture when the sleep aid is used as a lower arm pillow pressure pillow in Example 17. That is, as shown in FIG. 18, the right assisting device 2R is laid sideways so that the long side end surfaces of the arm hooking portion 4R of the right assisting device 2R and the bottom surface portion 3R1 of the L-shaped body 3R are placed on the mattress. The lower arm of the person 11 is placed on the corner of the L-shaped body 3R. Then, the lower arm of the sleeping person 11 is massaged by the corners of the L-shaped body 3R. As a result, the lower arm of the sleeping person 11 can be massaged with the corner of the right assisting tool 2R and loosened. The same massage effect can be obtained even if the left auxiliary tool 2L is used as shown in FIG.

  FIG. 19 is a diagram illustrating a sleeping posture when the sleep aid is used as a palm pillow pressure pillow in Example 18. That is, as shown in FIG. 19, the right assisting device 2R is laid sideways so that the long side end surfaces of the arm hooking portion 4R of the right assisting device 2R and the bottom surface portion 3R1 of the L-shaped body 3R are placed on the mattress. The palm of the person 11 is placed on the corner of the L-shaped body 3R. Then, the palm of the sleeping person 11 is massaged by the corners of the L-shaped body 3R. As a result, the palm of the sleeping person 11 can be massaged with the corner of the right assisting tool 2R and loosened. The same massage effect can be obtained even if the left auxiliary tool 2L is used as shown in FIG.

  As described above, some specific examples of the sleep aid of the present invention have been described. However, the present invention is not limited to these examples, and various modifications can be made without departing from the spirit of the present invention. Obviously, and the invention extends to the modifications.

  The sleep aid of the present invention can be effectively used in the bedding industry as a sleep support device for the general public.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Sleep assisting tool 2R Right assisting tool 2L Left assisting tool 3R, 3L L-shaped body 3R1, 3L1 Bottom part 3R2, 3L2 Standing part 4R, 4L Armrest part 5R, 5L Dented part 11 Sleeper 12 Comforter

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  1. An L-shaped body formed in an L-shape by a bottom surface portion having a width that can be stably placed and a rising portion that rises perpendicularly from an end surface of the bottom surface portion;
    A sleep assisting device comprising an assisting device constituted by an arm-hanging portion fixed in the longitudinal direction at the top of the rising portion having a gradient in the height direction.
  2.   The assisting device according to claim 1, wherein the assisting device has a symmetrical configuration as a pair of two.
  3.   The sleep aid according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the aid is made of at least one material selected from the group consisting of plastic, plywood, urethane, and metal.
  4.   4. The sleep aid according to claim 1, 2, or 3, wherein the aid has a dent in a part of the L-shaped body.
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