1. Determine how you sleep at night and how you set up your pillows before heading into the land of nod. This will give you a good idea of what type of support your neck and back needs while you sleep.
2. If you sleep on your side you might want long feathered pillowsto snuggle up to and one under your head that isn't as fluffy to give you a little bit of support.
3. If you sleep on your stomach a flat pillow would suit you best to keep your back in alignment as well as offering just enough support for your neck.
4. If you sleep on your back you may like to snuggle up on a feathered pillow similar to a huge feather bed.
6. Do you vary your sleeping position? If you do, you may want to vary the types of pillow you have on your bed and choose which bedding pillows you use each and every night.
7. If you have recently had surgery or need extra support in bed, you many need a specific type of pillow that will conform to your body. The best pillow for this is a memory foam pillow which conforms to the shape of your neck and head giving you full support while you sleep.
8. The more pillows the merrier when it comes to pregnant woman. Women who are heavily pregnant need as much support as they can get when it comes to sleep and feathered pillows may be an option to consider.
9. If you suffer from back pain you may want to sleep on your back with a pillow under your knees or on your side with a bedding pillow between your knees.
10. If you suffer from a lot of allergies you can purchase special pillows which minimise your allergies to give you that perfect night's sleep. Look out for hypoallergenic pillows or microfibre pillows on Duvet and Pillow Warehouse.
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