How to Choose a Bed Pillow
Exclusive Report By Mike Piraino
A softer pillow helps relieve tension on your neck that a firmer pillow might increase. A firm pillow might also add strain on the neck by forcing your head up. Good choices for the stomach sleeper might include a Dacron Polyester filled pillow, or the Eco-Basics Pillow.
A softer pillow, for a side sleeper, would cause the head to slump and put strain on the neck.
Contour shaped pillows are perfect for this. Contour pillows are usually made from a pressure relieving memory foam.
Buckwheat pillows are filled with a whole lot of hard, little buckwheat husks. Technically, a buckwheat pillow would benefit all three sleeping styles because of the adjustability factor. The bottom line is that choosing a bed pillow, whether it be a latex pillow, buckwheat pillow or any type of pillow, is a personal preference based on your own comfort position. Sleep Well!
Getting Comfortable With Your Very Own Reading Pillow
Exclusive Report By Rusty Duchuss
Reading pillows are a comfortable solution for anyone who enjoys reading or watching TV in bed and for those who suffer from back pain and strain. Also known as a reading wedge pillow, the special design of these fabulous pillows helps to support your back and neck while propping you up so you can enjoy your favorite relaxing activities while stretched out in bed or on the couch.
If you want a pillow that will never let you down, you will definitely want to try a reading pillow. Firm and perfectly angled, these pillows are great for anyone who enjoys reading books before bedtime or perusing the morning newspaper before work. Insufficient back and neck support can leave you feeling sore and tired.
Available in a wide range of materials and with varying features, you can find an angled reading pillow designed to suit your needs. Comfortable and customizable, you’re bound to find the reading pillow that’s right for you.