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.
Purchasing a new pillow will be an easier decision if you are prepared by knowing the size you want and what material you prefer it to be made out of. I prefer feather pillows because they are very soft, and I don't wake up with any neck pain.
Using a pillow while sleeping on your side. When lying on one side, the pillow should support the head and neck so that the natural spine has a straight horizontal line. The weight should be distributed evenly so as not to create natural bending or pressure.Some people prefer to place a small pillow or rolled towel under their waist while lying on the side for extra support.
Pillow Saturday , April 07th , 2018 - 09:41:00 AM
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