Whatever your sleeping position, it is essential to complement the perfect bed with the perfect accessories.
If you sleep on your back, you can place a small pillow under the arch of your spine. One or two extra pillows can offer additional support, be it under your neck, around your face, between or under your knees or to support your lower back.
If you sleep on your back, you can place a small pillow under the arch of your spine. If you sleep on your side, you can set a pillow between your knees. If you sleep on your stomach, you can put a pillow under your hips to support the joints.
How does it support your bed?
If you have a soft bed, you may only need a thin pillow to keep your body in the right position while you sleep. In some cases, persons with soft beds, do not even need a pillow.
Do you have it hot?
Hopefully, you are always at the right temperature to sleep. But in some countries where the seasonal temperature changes drastically, you may need a set of bedding for the summer and one for the winter. And do not forget to ensure that you do not suffocate the breathability of your linen with a super high number of threads, which in some cases is just as restrictive as a synthetic cushion.
Do you move?
Nobody is entirely silent when he sleeps. That is a utopia. If you move a lot in your sleep, opt for a slightly thinner pillow that does not limit and disrupt your movements.
Think about the filling:
If you feel like you are surrounded by softness, down is perfect for you. The down pillows regulate the temperature really well, to keep you cool or warm when needed.
Are you allergic?
If you are allergic to down, invest in a hypoallergenic Dakimakura cushion cover. You still get the benefits of his incredible softness without the annoying smell.
How more you buy, how better it sees?
Not yourself, but your room … With a handful of pillows, your bedroom will become a sleep oasis. Spread them as you like.
Belly or back?
If you sleep on your stomach or back, we recommend using a flatter, thinner cushion for less stress on your spine.
On your side?
People who sleep on their side usually sleep better with a fuller pillow. It has to do with your posture – sleeping on your shoulders, raise your neck so it will be happy with some extra support.