One last important note- I find that some people choose a pillow because it looks good on the bed and matches the bed size. I recommend that the pillow you sleep with fits your neck first, the bed second. An example of this is a person with a king size bed wanting a large neck pillow. If you are average, medium height you will most likely want to choose a neck pillow that's standard, medium size.
A cotton center pillow is another option you might also consider, this kind of pillow tends to be flatter than the other kind of pillows they also don't maintain their shape and therefore don't mold around your head and neck like some of the other types. Although many people really like their cotton pillows because they feel that they let the body rest as it naturally wants to and they will not trade their cotton pillow for anything and also use them faithfully without suffering any neck pain.
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.
Pillow Saturday , April 07th , 2018 - 09:31:15 AM
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