A pillows thickness is also something to keep in mind, you should choose thickness based on the position you sleep in. If you sleep mostly on your side you will want a thicker pillow to get the neck support you need. If you sleep on your back than a thin pillow would be your best choice, a thin pillow will give you enough neck support but won't cause neck strain. A feather pillow can also be made flat so would also be a good choice if you sleep on your back.
If a pillow you put too much pressure on the neck in the back sleeping position, particularly the C2 and C3 vertebrae, then the treatment has provided nearly always in danger. The pressure can irritate the nerve sheath, sensitive muscles and joints in the neck. Similarly, if the joints are not resting easy, the inflammatory process can be sustained, and recovery will be much more difficult.
Foam pillows are another option for you, especially if you have problems with your neck or back after sleeping. Today many doctors offer their patients to sleep on foam. Sleeping on a foam pillow a person's head is better supported than by a down or feather. But foam pillows are rather firm.
Pillow Friday , April 06th , 2018 - 08:52:22 AM
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