A pillow that helps the cervical spine maintain a normal physiological curve while you sleep.
And our sleep habits can affect the thickness and hardness of the memory foam pillows we need, so it is very necessary to spend a few days to confirm which type of sleeper you are. Sleep types are mainly supine, prone, side, hybrid of these four. At night, before bed and in the morning, wake up, consciously observe and record yourself before going to bed and waking up in what kind of sleeping position. After these two or three days of observation, determine which type of sleeper you belong to. Then follow these three steps and step by step to determine the best pillow for your cervical spine.
If you are a supine sleeper, you need a medium thickness pillow that provides support for your neck.
If you are a prone sleeper, all you need is a relatively soft and flat pillow.
If you are a side sleeper, what you need is a thicker pillow to provide better support for your neck.
If you are a mixed sleeper, you need a medium thickness soft pillow to switch between different sleeping positions.
That is memory foam pillows
, mainly made of polyurethane, and mixed with other chemicals. Memory foam pillows
are available in various shapes and sizes and are commonly used as high and low pillows. They provide excellent support, especially when you have neck, chin or shoulder problems. These pillows may make you feel comfortable because they need to take some time to reshape different shapes.