Proper Pillows for Sleeping in Different Positions: Part Two, Accommodation Pillows
In our last post we discussed knowing the two different kinds of pillows before diving into the decision process.
Let’s take a closer look at some of our accommodation pillows
which, for the most part, are also memory foam pillows.
Generally, accommodation pillows are created more for people with long-term conditions or a recent injury. We often hear these types of people consider support pillows to be a bit too much or too aggressive for their needs.
Memory foam pillows allow people to get a good night’s sleep no matter what the cervical condition. The name says it all. These pillows accommodate by conforming to whatever a patient’s cervical situation is.
The Double Core Select Cervical Pillow
and Double Core Cervical Pillow
let you select the support you need. The two lobes allow you to change the level of support you desire without having to change pillows. The Select edition allows you to swap out the color-coded lobe inserts on the fly as you see fit.
Our Core Memory Foam Cervical Pillow
conforms to the unique shape of your neck no matter how you fall asleep. This pillow will help alleviate neck pain and can cut back on snoring. Why not also give your partner a good night’s rest as well?
Looking for a smaller, convenient travel option? The AB Contour Cervical Pillow
is small enough to pack and the satin cover helps prevent unsightly face wrinkles and can help keep your hairstyle in place.
If you’re looking for a simple pillow to support your neck in its most natural position, consider the Core Basic Cervical Pillow
. This pillow helps alleviate tension in the neck and can help promote healing in individuals recovering from an injury.
The Econo Wave Cervical Pillow
allows air to circulate while providing support thanks to the waved surface (see here
). Two lobe sizes offer different support levels when choosing this soothing pillow.
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