This Knee Pillow carefully designed knee pillow can be used to place between the legs to keep your legs, hips, and spine parallel and aligned, helping to improve circulation and relieve pressure on those areas, allowing you to feel healthy everyday.
The combination of memory foam top layer and the highly resilient base foam gives you the benefits you need: it feels soft, comfortable, and at the same time retains its shape well for its intended purpose.
Easy to clean, breathable cover
Provides Sciatica, back & hip pain relief at night
Relieves sciatica pain and pressure on the lower back
Premium high-density memory foam
Made from 100% premium quality durable cut memory foam
The Ergonomic contoured design keeps your legs, hip and spine in ideal alignment while sleeping
Relieve strains on those areas and promote circulation
Helps to keep your legs, hips, and spine parallel and aligned
Memory foam on top of a highly resilient base foam provides enhanced comfort
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Having the right bed pillows is not only comforting, they play an important role in supporting the intricate structures of the head, neck, shoulders, hips, and spine. When used well, pillows help in alleviating or preventing many common forms of back and neck pain, as well as shoulder, hip, and other forms of joint pain.
Pillows serve to keep the upper body in alignment during sleep, relieving pressure and counterbalancing the points in the body. The pillow should adjust to fit one's unique shape, curves, and sleeping position and alleviate any pressure points.
Pillow Support Is Crucial for Spine Problems For those with spinal disorders, the right type of support can be especially important in helping the spine rest comfortably. Sufficient and restorative sleep are the body's chance to heal itself from the postural, physical, and nervous challenges of the day.
Pillow fillings vary in their level of support. Most down or feather pillows offer little structural support compared with pillows filled with firmer materials.
One research study compared the support provided by 3 different types of pillows:
A roll-shaped orthopedic pillow filled with polypropylene capsules A contour-shaped memory foam pillow made of polyurethane A feather pillow made of 100% goose down. The orthopedic pillow was found the best for spinal alignment and the feather pillow fared worst.
While research can be helpful, individual comfort and support should be the deciding factor. Trying out a pillow for a week should be enough time to decide whether the pillow is beneficial.
Aligning Pillow Height with Sleep Position and Body Size The human neck curves slightly forward (to sustain the weight of the head when upright), and it’s important to maintain this curve when in a resting position.
If the pillow is too high when sleeping sideways or on the back, the neck is bent abnormally forward or to the side, causing muscle strain on the back of the neck and shoulders. This type of position may also cause narrowing of the air pipe, resulting in obstructed breathing, and sometimes snoring, which can hinder sleep. Conversely, if the height of the pillow is too low, the neck muscles can be strained.