Why Your Pillow Matters

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If your neck and shoulders are not supported, or are propped at an angle that causes twisting or crunching, this puts your spine out of alignment, leading to strain and discomfort in your neck, shoulders, and back.

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Finding the right pillow can be a game-changer when you’re trying to figure out how to sleep better. You’ll not only feel more rested—you’ll also experience important benefits to your overall health.

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Do sleeping positions matter?

Your sleeping position and pillow work together to provide support for your head, neck and spine. Ideally, you want your spine to be in a neutral position. A neutral sleeping position keeps your back in an ideal posture, preventing unnecessary pressure on your discs, muscles and nerves.Your preferred sleep position will help determine the best type of pillow suited for you.

BACK SLEEPER

Back sleepers may need a flatter pillow, to keep your head and neck in alignment. Back sleepers may want a softer pillow — look for a pillow that provides additional support, while maintaining the softness that’s comfortable for you.

SIDE SLEEPER

Side sleepers may need a firmer pillow and a pillow on the thicker side. Look for one that’s as thick as the distance between your ear and outside shoulder.

STOMACH SLEEPER

Stomach sleepers may need a soft pillow—or no pillow at all— underneath their head. A pillow under your stomach and pelvis may help prevent back pain.