According to the American Psychological Association, at least 40 million Americans suffer from over 70 different sleep disorders and 60 percent of adults report having sleep problems a few nights a week or more.
The way you feel while you’re awake depends in great part on what happens while you’re asleep. Whether you’re a student, an athlete, an executive, or a mom, a good night’s sleep helps you do your job better. During sleep, your body is working to support healthy brain function and maintain your physical health. Sleep is important. But getting a good night’s sleep is not always easy. If you have trouble clocking in the zzz’s, it might be worth reconsidering your pillow.
I’ve been using the Proper Pillow for about a month now and I have to admit this is the best pillow I’ve ever used. With chronic neck and back pain, I’ve tried them all – down, regular and high density foam, buckwheat hulls – neck rolls and pillows – in all the different shapes and sizes available. Most provide either too much neck support or not enough, are too warm, or require you to sleep the whole night on your back like a mummy. That’s just not the way I sleep.
Created by licensed chiropractor Dr. Rick Loos, the Proper Pillow has an inner orthotic mold that helps align your neck, back and spine when sleeping on your back or side. Maintaining the natural curve of your spine optimizes body alignment and helps you find a comfortable sleeping position.
If you have a stiff or sore neck, tight traps from overexertion or exercise, or just find it difficult to find the right position to relax at bedtime, this pillow might be the one for you. This all-in-one product provides a choice of narrow or wide neck support. Just flip the pillow over to find the support that fits you best. It’s as easy as that. And the 300 thread count quilted cover is also soft and washable. I highly recommend the Proper Pillow. You’ll definitely sleep better. Get ready to count some sheep.
Product was provided by Proper Pillow. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of the manufacturer.