How to choose the right pillow


Have you ever thought about how choosing the right pillow affects the quality of your sleep? Or more specifically, how...


2024, 25.01

the type of pillow you need is, amongst other things, determined by the position you usually sleep in? I have to be honest and admit that until a couple of years ago pillows weren’t something I’d ever really given much consideration to. I’d wash them occasionally and replace them every few years but never really thought about whether or not I was sleeping on the right type of pillow. It’s something I’ve done a fair bit of research into recently though, as I’ve worked with a few different bedding brands and been able to try out lots of different options. And it

turns out that the level of support you need if you sleep on your side is quite different from the support you need if you tend to sleep mainly on your front or back. Shopping for a new pillow can be overwhelming. There are so many different options to choose from. How

do you tell if a pillow is good for you? In this post I’ll cover the different types that are available and my thoughts on some of the ones that I’ve

tried. I’ll also share some tips on how to care for your pillows and keep them in good condition. So

if you’re looking for a new set of pillows, read on! How do I know which pillow is right for me? When it comes to choosing the right pillow, there are a few things you need to take into account. The first thing is whether you’re looking for a supportive or plush pillow. The second is the material. And the third is the size. You also need to decide how much you’re willing to spend on a pillow. Pillows range in price from around £20 to over £100. It’s important to find a pillow that’s comfortable and will last, so invest in the best you can afford. how to find a pillow to suit your sleeping position Do you sleep on your side, your back or your front? If you sleep on your back then you’ll need a pillow that absorbs the weight of your head. The White Company recommend this medium memory microfibre pillow. Front sleepers typically require less support so a soft support pillow like this one is ideal. Which pillows are best for side sleepers If you’re a side sleeper you’ll probably need a firm, supportive pillow to align your neck and spine like this deluxe side support pillow. It offers a good level...

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