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The best pillows for side sleepers are firm, supportive ones. They help prevent your neck from taking the weight of your head. The idea is to keep your spine straight to reduce pressure points, and so the pillow depth should match the depth of your shoulder. There are several ways to do this. A single firm support pillow for side sleepers will provide the proper elevation for optimal spinal alignment and a chamber pillow has a built-in supportive core. You could use two medium support pillows together, or try combining one firm pillow with a softer pillow on top depending on the type of comfort level your prefer. It goes without saying that we all come in different shapes and sizes - so take the cues from your body and what feels most comfortable and supportive to you.
A pillow is a hugely important bedroom accessory, and it ensures that we are completely comfortable throughout the night. It's often forgotten about as we regularly replace the mattress, bed frame and sheets but a pillow is just as important. Choosing the right type of pillow is crucial as this will be dependant on your sleep position and style. If you do not select the most appropriate pillow, then you're likely to wake up in the morning with a stiff neck, sore shoulders or experience many sleepless nights.For people that feel regular pain when sleeping, the root cause is usually the quality of the pillow. We've put together this guide and completed all the research to save you time as we bring you the best pillows for side sleepers. Side sleepers need a specialist pillow because when you sleep on your side, there is a greater distance between the mattress and your head compared to people who tend to sleep on their front or back. To ensure that your head is kept straight and the spine correctly aligned this extra space needs to be filled. Otherwise, your head will be lowered at a bad angle causing the neck to bend uncomfortable leading to increased pressure on the nerves and the muscles and tendons straining. You need a pillow that is thicker than a regular sized pillow, so it provides you with a higher level of support.
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