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The Best Pillow for a Good Night’s Sleep Sleeping with the right pillow can start your day off better. The proper pillow is as important as a comfortable bed for a restful night’s sleep. Besides providing creature comfort, the proper pillow cradles the neck and spine correctly to relieve and prevent many forms of back and neck pains. So how do you select the perfect pillow for yourself? The answer hinges on various factors. How do you sleep?
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If you sleep on your back, your pillow should not be too high or too firm. Your neck must be supported to keep it level with your upper back and spine, and not raised.
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If you sleep on your side, your pillow should conform to the contour of your neck, give the correct support, and raise your head enough to align your spine. If you are a stomach sleeper, you do not need a pillow under your head or just use the thinnest pillow you can find. Take into consideration also your physical condition when choosing the right pillow. If you are experiencing lower-back pain, support your spine further by placing a pillow beneath your knees if you sleep on your back, or one between your knees if you sleep on your side. How big are you? If you are five-foot-tall, don’t recommend the same pillow to your six-foot-tall spouse. Pillows can be had in a variety of sizes: small, medium, large, queen and king. Choose the size that suits you best. Your chosen pillow should align with your spine and support it in a neutral position. What is the pillow made of? The common pillow fillings are down, feathers, polyester fiber, memory foam and buckwheat hull. If you’re prone to allergic reactions, buy a pillow made of polyester fiber or polyurethane and read the packaging to make sure it’s hypoallergenic. Other hypoallergenic pillows are those made with buckwheat hull, and some that use memory-foam. What are your personal preferences? Do you want your pillow to stay cool? Choose buckwheat hull pillows and most memory-foam pillows that remain cool the entire night. Are you looking for a pillow with the feel of a down and the support of a memory foam? There are memory-foam pillows that are manufactured with polyester microfiber for that down pillow feel while still giving the support you need with its extra shape. How do I make a choice in a pillow store? Once in the store, there are still other factors to consider when purchasing your new pillow. A higher price tag does not automatically make a pillow the right one for you. The most important thing is how the pillow feels to you. If there’s an option to try it out in the store, do so. It is often the case that the pillow that works for you is not the most expensive one.