4 Core Products Pillows to Bring for Spring Break

By Brian Acton

Are you traveling for Spring Break this year? If so, make sure you’re packing more than swimsuits and towels. Traveling often means temporarily putting yourself in uncomfortable positions that can cause pain and discomfort: long car rides, different sleeping setups, uncomfortable airline seats, and more.

Core Products pillows can help make your trip more comfortable and alleviate the painful effects of travel. Here are four Core Products pillows to bring along on Spring Break. 

  1. Memory Core Travel Neck Pillow

If you’re going to be sitting for long periods of time - such as in a plane, train, or car - a good neck pillow can help you support your head and neck while you travel. The Memory Core Travel Neck Pillow is made of memory foam that responds to body heat and aligns to the unique shape of your head and neck. It can provide full neck support and help stabilize an existing condition if you are experiencing neck pain from an injury.

  1. Travel Core Cervical Support Pillow

Hotel pillows are often too flat and unsupportive for your neck and head. And if you’re staying in someone’s home as a guest, you might not know what pillows they have on hand. Enter the Travel Core®, a cervical pillow that cradles your head and supports your neck to ensure your spine is properly aligned while you sleep, helping to reduce headaches and neck pain. Unlike some of our larger pillows, the Travel Core® can easily fit inside a travel bag.

  1. Sitback Rest Lumbar Support Cushion

Staying seated for long periods of time without proper lumbar support can lead to back pain and other issues. Lumbar support cushions support the back and help you maintain proper posture for hours at a time, alleviating the extra pressure that is put on your back when seated. If you’re planning on sitting for extended periods - such as on a long road trip or in an airplane - you’ll want your back to be fully supported. The Sitback Rest Lumbar Support Cushion can help you avoid improper spinal curvature, compressed discs, and back pain.

  1. Core Mini CPAP Pillow

Do you use a CPAP machine for sleep apnea? If so, a CPAP pillow can help you get a good night’s sleep by preventing pressure point soreness and reducing the chance of air leaks. The unique design allows the CPAP mask and hose to hang over the side of the pillow. The Core® Mini CPAP Pillow provides all these benefits and its portable size makes it perfect to take on the go, so you’ll never have to worry about comfort while traveling with your CPAP machine.

 

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