That being said, all Neck Pillows are built to give you support to keep your spine in alignment. Some may be shaped like a regular pillow (rectangle), some are square, or perhaps oddly shaped if you will. The shape or design of the pillow shouldn't make a huge difference; it may be more of a personal preference. All neck pillows should have some kind of neck support, meaning they will hold your spine in a neutral position. It should allow for a curvature in the neck when back sleeping and keep your spine straight when on your side.
An alternative to store-bought decorative pillows is making your own. Though it may seem like a complicated project, it's really quite simple and can be accomplished with just a few basic sewing skills. One of the biggest benefits to making your own pillows is that you can choose the exact fabric and size that you want. And surprisingly, your handmade throw pillows will cost you less than the ones you might find in a store. Follow the steps below and you'll have your own custom accent pillow in no time!
Now, if you have seen your doctor, he may have shown you x-rays of your neck. This can also help you choose your neck pillow. If you have discovered there is loss of your normal cervical lordosis, in other words the normal "C" curve, you definitely want to improve that and get a pillow which will help improve alignment. When on your back the neck pillow should support and improve the curvature. While side sleeping your pillow should keep your spine straight, or in other words, keep the spine level.
Pillow Saturday , April 07th , 2018 - 09:32:37 AM
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