Therapeutic Pillows Good Spine Alignment

Therapeutic pillows

The Bodyline Maxi-Rest Cervical Pillow: Now you can get a good night’s sleep thanks to the relaxing, effective neck support of the Bodyline Cervical Pillow. The popular dual roll design allows your head to relax comfortably in a center depression with the gentle, effective support of the smaller or larger outer roll. By helping the neck maintain its natural curvature, the Cervical Pillow provides soothing therapeutic support. And the convoluted top surface allows maximum air circulation as well. Covered in a washable poly/cotton zippered pillow case.

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Therapeutic pillows for sleeping that keep good spine alignment is a smart step to preventing neck pain and stiffness when you wake up. When selecting a pillow, not only comfort should be considered, but also consider whether it can provide proper support for the neck and spine to prevent damage and aggravation of any existing problems.

Good posture is essential through both day and night and using a suitable pillow will reduce pressure on the head and neck and keep the body in the correct spine alignment throughout the night. It is useful to have a pillow which can be adjusted to suit individual shape and curvature.

Therapeutic Pillows Reduce Head Pressure

A pillow should mold to your shape to relieve pressure points and maintain a suitable height of 4 to 6 inches to properly support the head and neck. Any higher and it can create a muscular strain on the back of the neck and shoulders when sleeping on the back and side.

Suitable therapeutic pillows should be firm and offer support. Fillings such as cotton, wool and memory foam offer good support, while feather pillows, however romantic, can be too soft. Grain or buckwheat pillows are very effective and comfortable when used for people with spinal conditions.

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Body length pillows are useful for those who sleep on their sides as they support the head and neck as well as the legs and knees at the same time. These pillows give greater comfort than using separate pillows. They also offer abdominal support for pregnancy or obesity, preventing the abdomen from lying on the mattress and twisting the spine out of alignment.

Clinton Positioning Pillow, Wedge, 18 x 24 x 6, Cream

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Pillows supporting the knees are often wedge shaped and designed to relieve neck and back pressure. When lying on the back the pillow should sit under the knees to reduce pressure on the lower back. When lying on the side, the pillow should sit between the knees, preventing the uppermost leg from rotating downwards and twisting the spine.

Therapeutic Pillows Support The Neck

Orthopedic or neck pillows are shaped to fill the spaces under the head and neck and provide a deeper depression where the head lies than conventional pillows. This gives extra support to the neck, and helps with proper spine alignment, and provides both comfort and relief to those with existing neck injuries.

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“U” shaped travel pillows fit snugly round the neck and offer support when sleeping upright, preventing the head from tipping to one side and relieving the muscles that keep the head up.

Lower back or lumbar support pillows are useful when sitting for long periods, filling the gap between the lower spine and the back of the chair and preventing the spine from slouching. Also useful when driving or as a passenger in a car, they support the lumbar region and aid the spinal shock absorbing ability by keeping it in correct alignment.

Careful choosing of the right types of therapeutic pillows for individual needs will ensure that the body is given the opportunity to rest the best way it can and in a correct spine alignment position, essential for good health and comfortable sleep.