Jun 12

3 Best Pillows for a Good Night’s Sleep

Is a good pillow equal to a good partner in life? That’s what many people say about that
essential cloud that you sleep on nightly. For a restful sleep, pillows should provide the ultimate comfort and support. Even if your mattress is top of the line, the wrong pillow could tank the entire experience. Before you purchase a pillow, think about your preferred sleep position. Side, stomach, back, or a combination? Locate pillows that match your dominant position. Uncover three of the best pillows on the market, so you can stop counting sheep.

Shredded Memory Foam Pillow With Viscose Rayon Cover by Coop Home Goods

3 Best Pillows for a Good Night's Sleep

This is considered one of the best pillows for side sleepers, which is the most common position. It’s heavy-duty, but still very plush and soft. The inside consists of sturdy, high-quality, shredded memory foam. The shredded design allows it to move easily, so you can mold it into the shape you need. It also gives way for air to easily pass through while you sleep. The Shredded Memory Foam Pillow has a special viscose rayon cover made from bamboo. It helps to keep you cool and regulate your temperature. With its nifty triangle design, the cover is machine washable.

Ultra Slim Sleeper Memory Foam Pillow by DC Labs

This memory foam pillow is best for stomach sleepers. Thin pillows such as this two-and- a-half-inch version keeps your face close to the mattress. It supports the natural curve of your neck and prevents it from being stiff the next morning. The thin profile prevents your head from rising too high causing poor alignment with your spine. The Ultra Slim Sleeper Memory Foam pillow has a half-moon shape, round top, and flat bottom. This allows it to lay flush against your mattress supporting your back and shoulders also.

Dr Loth’s Spine Align Pillow 

This unique pillow has been created for back sleepers and side sleepers. The side chambers are the best supportive parts for side sleepers, and the middle section has been designed for back sleepers. Most people who sleep on their back are snorers or suffer from sleep apnea. They tend to stop breathing temporarily in their sleep. Dr. Loth’s SpineAlign Pillow is customizable with three zippers on the back that allow you to open it and take out the filling if you prefer. This gives you control over the support and feel that you desire. It has a Tencel cover which keeps the pillow cool overall.

Mattresses and pillows are just a couple of things that can affect your sleep cycle. A noisy HVAC system can also contribute to interrupted sleep patterns. Do you know how old your system is? It might be time to upgrade your HVAC system. Older versions often switch on and off more than newer ones. They also emit louder sounds. Consider switching to a ductless one that will not disturb you during the night.

If you roll over to sleep, your face is very close to the mattress. A thin or soft and scrunchable pillow filled with down or feathers, a down alternative, polyester, or thin foam can keep your neck’s natural curve. But a firm, high-loft pillow could leave you with a sore neck.

About the author

Jessica Pulido

Jessica is the owner of OMG Goodies. She loves to do reviews on the latest products, as well as share them with her friends and followers. If you would like Jessica to do a review for you, email her at omgfreebees@gmail.com

1 comment

  1. Brian

    Hi Jessica,

    I’ve researched and concluded the same in a guide I wrote on pillows, too. The Coop Home Goods pillow is definitely one of the better choices on the market!
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