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.
They may often have different designs too. Maybe a wave-like design, or it can have a pocket where your head sits. Material is also another variable. I've seen, experimented with, and have reviewed pillows of all different materials. Fiber filled pillows, water based pillows, foam pillows, buckwheat pillows, etc... I tend to like fiber filled pillows that are standard firmness, not too hard and not too soft. This allows for good support and a comfortable night's sleep. Also, synthetic fibers are often hypoallergenic and don't hold dust mites like a feather pillow may. I tend to find memory foam to be slightly too hard for many, and I don't want to play around and have to adjust my pillow like you sometimes have to with a water based pillow. But again, you may need to try some different options to see what you like best.
I draw a line between "sleeping pillows" and "looking good pillows." As for "looking good pillows" we may put those on the bed, but you better not sleep with them. You choose those for their sole purpose: to look good. Make sure that those good looking pillows will keep their shape and make sure it's the right length for your bed. That's really all that matters.
Pillow Saturday , April 07th , 2018 - 09:40:17 AM
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