There is nothing worse than when fatigue and night would you also have to wake, sleep deeply. The morning would wake with a side neck pain, with back pain, shoulder pain. So what made you suffer so? The main culprit may be the pillow or mattress you are using. It does not fit in with everyone, it degraded due to long term use. So how to find the best pillows for side sleepers and we are not simple things.
you the best mattress? So now you choose pillow based on any criteria,
we have compiled a shopping guide with advice from Dr. Salinas and Gerry
Borreggine, Chairman, and CEO of Therapedic international and President
of the Association of international sleep products, helps you choose a
pillow is best for you. I suggest for you pillows fit most people, that
is memory foam side sleeper pillow
Consider How You Sleep:
It’s important to ask yourself, are you a back, side or stomach sleeper
before heading to the store for a new pillow. “Ideally, you want to
sleep on your side,” Dr. Salinas said. “Sleeping on your stomach can
cause a lot of discomforts.” In fact, it’s preferred by physicians that
you avoid sleeping on your stomach at all. But if you’re sleeping on
your side, a good idea would be to place a pillow between your knees. If
you’re a back sleeper, Dr. Salinas says to avoid thick pillows because
it can cause your head to push forward, making your morning wake-up a
little stiff. Our own advice? It sounds silly, but you should really try
a pillow out for comfort before you take it home because at the end of
the day, this is a very subjective attribute, and everyone’s preferences
Consider The Material: There are many new
technologies in pillow material available to
consumers. Memory foam is
excellent for people with allergies because they will not absorb dust
and other particles like traditional pillow materials. In addition, foam
is often ventilated so it provides increased circulation and stays
cooler. Foam can be quite firm, though, so if you prefer to bury your
head in a soft cushion or if you’re having back pain, you may want to
steer clear. “I have some patients who love Memory Foam,’ said Dr.
Salinas. “And then I have some who don’t, so it’s best to keep your
receipt.” Natural fill, like goose down, is durable and incredibly soft,
but can be quite expensive. Bottom line: Synthetic substitutes like
polyester fill may feel like the real thing but are hypoallergenic and
washable. Also important to note: a pillow encasement will also keep
your pillow fresher longer.
Consider Quality: Pillows range
in price from under $30 to even $200, so it is important to know what
you are investing in before you commit. Although sleep is very
important, so it may be worth it to splurge on this necessity if it
means a good night’s sleep and you truly feel a difference in quality.
It’s important to note that if you’re having long-term sleeping problems or pain, it’s best to consult a physician.