Which is the Best Bed Pillow to Sleep on if you Have Neck or Shoulder Pain, Allergies, Sleep Apnea Or Snore?
Orthopedic neck pillows made with latex or memory foam are recommended by doctors and sold by physical therapists and chiropractors. Here is a review of the best pillows to sleep on including, latex, memory foam pillows and the new redesign of the popular contour style pillow for sleeping on your side, back or stomach which is very popular with our customers and has received excellent reviews. This pillow is currently on sale for only $59.99 with free shipping. A smaller version of this pillow is also available for $39.99 This new design of orthopedic pillows is not available in stores.
I have been sleeping on an orthopedic neck pillow for 20 years now. Prior to discovering this style of pillow I wasted a lot of time and money trying every new shape of pillows with different fillings, trips to the chiropractor and I took a lot of pain killers.
My chronic neck pain is gone now and I even take my pillow with me when I travel because one nights’ sleep on a regular pillow will give me a sore neck and I wake up with a stuffed up nose. This is the pillow I sleep on; ( photo below). I have taught myself to sleep on my back using this pillow but you can also sleep on your side with it if you are used to sleeping that way. Any amount of rest on your back with this pillow will relieve neck and shoulder pain, headaches,help reduce snoring, stuffed up nose and sleep apnea.
Which Pillow is Best for You?
I started sleeping with with the old style foam contour pillow in 1997 but it quickly broke down as this type of polyurethane foam does not last long; especially if it is compressed. I then bought a Tempurpedic pillow but it was hard as a rock until it heated up from your body heat but then it got too hot. They are also expensive; $99.00 or more. Now I sleep on a latex pillow which never gets hot; has the exact level of firmness that seems to suit everyone and is priced at $69.99 with free shipping.
I know several people who sleep on a “My Pillow” but all of them have neck pain and have to get professional massages. They tell me that they find the filling shifts and flattens out during the night and they loose neck support. The filling is just shredded memory foam.
Art on your Pillow has a range of orthopedic neck support pillows starting at $24.99 with free shipping worldwide. Click on this link to see them.