Jan Harding Pillow October 09th, 2018 - 16:00:52
This is a pillows for neck pain. So, let's start with side sleepers, if you're a side sleeper, I what you really want when you're sleeping on your side is you want your entire spine from your lower back all the way up to the base of your skull to be basically, parallel with the floor, You want it relaxed, and so, if I were to be able to magically rest this Carpenters level on your spine, while you slept you'd see everything was everything was all at the same level and when we got up to your neck, it just continued on to the base of your skull now, the way you do that when you sleep on your side, is you find a pillow that is the right thickness for you? Okay, because a bigger person is going to need a much thicker pillow to when they're on their side, so that their head isn't falling basically down toward the bed too much because they have these big, thick shoulders.
The smaller person is going to need a less thick pillow to keep that spine level.If your pill is too thick and then you're next, if you're on your right side, your necks going to be cranked up all night and that's going to cause problems on the other side of your neck and when you wake up in the morning and your neck, Hurts the most in the morning and then gets better start the day.
It's generally because you have a you know the pillow isn't right for you. So, if you're on your side, you want that pillow give me a feather pillow that you can shape to whatever level to whatever thickness you want. It can be a memory foam pillow like this super duper, expensive memory, foam pillow, that's all curvy and all the right ways and everything, but I bought this pillow and it's a great pillow, but it makes my neck hurt because it's not the right thickness for. For me and you can get there's all sorts of this - is a a foam pillow with little spools of memory foam in it.