What is a cervical pillow?
Have you ever wondered what cervical pillows are?
A cervical pillow is designed to support the neck in proper alignment at night and is shaped to guide your head and neck into the correct angles during sleep by guiding your head and neck into the right positions. It is very important for your neck pillow to rise where the neck will be, and to compress where the head will rest.
One third of our lives are spent sleeping, yet we rarely pay attention to the position of our bodies while we sleep. Sleeping allows our muscles to relax significantly, which is why your pillow plays a crucial role in maintaining your neck’s natural arch at night. In the absence of a cervical pillow to support your neck at night, your nighttime position could cause you headaches and back pain during the day.
How to find the best cervical pillow:
There are several types of cervical pillows, each with a different shape, size, and material. While you sleep, your cervical pillow for neck pain. Body shapes and sizes differ from person to person, so it’s important to find the right shape for you.
Factors to consider in finding your perfect pillow:
1. Your Mattress
What is the firmness or softness of your mattress? Is there a big, comfy feather mattress pad that you use on your bed? Are you sinking downwards into your mattress when you sleep? It is important to consider the firmness of your mattress when deciding how much support you will need under your neck.
There are many memory foam pillow on the market that are made from memory foam . It has been found that memory foam pillows contain toxic carcinogens that are not good for breathing in at night.
3. Your Sleep Position
What type of sleeper are you? Do you prefer to sleep on your side, back, or stomach? In order to ensure that your neck is aligned at the right angles for your particular sleep position, you should use cervical pillows that support its alignment. While some pillows may work well for people who sleep on their backs, they will not be able to provide proper support for those who sleep on their sides.
4. Transition Time
When switching from a traditional pillow to a cervical pillow such as the PILLO1, plan on a transition period of a few days to a few weeks before your body adjusts to the change. It is true that traditional pillows push our necks’ out of natural alignment, but after years of unhealthy positioning, our necks have become accustomed to the uncomfortable position they are in.
There are several things to consider when selecting a cervical pillow. The first thing you should know is that most manufacturer claims are not supported by independent research studies. Second, remember that no single pillow is right for every individual, regardless of what a manufacturer claims. The third tip is to realize that the most expensive option might not always be the best.
In order to improve sleep quality, Arrontop has conducted several studies. In this study, 200 subjects were assessed for their natural sleeping posture. Results showed that the supine and side lying positions were alternated about 24 times a night, and high pillows were not suitable for supine sleeping, and low pillows were not suitable for lateral sleeping. 60 subjects were measured in relation to pillow designs that determine pillow size. In the supine position, the pillow height is very different from the height when sleeping on the side, and the rational design of the pillow must be considered. On the basis of the above research results, Arrontop has created a new design concept pillow, with the middle of the pillow low in the supine position, and the sides high in the side position. Innovative pillows and ordinary pillows were used to assess sleep quality. Sleep quality improved significantly with the newly designed pillow, which was patented for innovation.