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.
Did you know that you use your pillow for over 2500 hours a year? That's over 100 days non-stop! Your pillow is much more than just something to put your head on at night, it is a vital part of getting a good night's sleep. Using the wrong pillow can mean that you don't sleep as soundly as you should, waking from deep sleep to try and get more comfortable resulting in waking up not feeling refreshed, sound familiar?
Next, you should consider your typical sleeping position. Are you predominately a back sleeper, or a side sleeper? The best neck pillows hold the proper neck curvature while on your back and keep your spine level while on your side. This is why your doctor- Orthopedist or chiropractor often recommends neck pillows to patients and hence the term chiropractic pillow or orthopedic pillow was born.
Pillow Saturday , April 07th , 2018 - 09:39:56 AM
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