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I am 5’7” and about a medium-weight, so I asked Marten, who is 6’7” and weighs 250 lbs, to offer his take on which of these pillows would be best for heavier sleepers who are dealing with neck pain. Designed by https://www.sleepdreampillow.com/product/sleepdream-pillow/ , its shape features a center chamber for back sleepers and outer chambers designed for side sleepers. That’s not where the personalization ends with this pillow because sleepers can choose from a firm or a medium-soft Hyperfoam core; the pillow features a contoured shoulder line to avoid extra pressure on the shoulders and raised cheek supports for enhanced support when turning the head to the side to sleep. Along with your sleeping position, your pillow could also be a large factor causing your neck pain. The taller side is great for added neck support and relieving pressure and neck pain in a back sleeping position.



Cushion Lab's Ergonomic Contour pillow is a great take on the traditional contour pillow but with a personalized twist. Please let me start by saying that this Cushion Lab pillow is not an average contour pillow - it’s designed for back and side sleepers, or a combination of the two. This is one of the very few pillows recommended as a stomach sleeper pillow. Sleeping on your stomach is the worst position for people with pre-existing neck pain. We’ll explain how each sleeping position affects your neck to help you better understand if your sleeping position could be a key factor in your pain. We’ll go over the best types of pillows for neck pain and which types to avoid. You should avoid stomach sleeping, especially if you already experience neck pain from injuries or chronic conditions. Based on my experience, I think the TEMPUR-Cloud is the best pillow for stomach sleepers on this list.



If your pillow isn’t the right firmness or thickness you could end up with too much or not enough support. Just like side sleepers, choosing a pillow with too much or not enough loft could mess up your spine alignment and cause pain. If you feel your head sinking too far down towards the bed or high up in an incline above your shoulders, that pillow could end up causing you neck pain. Those who sleep wearing a CPAP (controlled positive airway pressure) device, however, may need to sleep on their backs with the head of the bed slightly elevated. The head contours to the foam and provides pressure relief but not in the same way a standard memory foam would. FULLY ADJUSTABLE - Your neck is unique to you, and now you’ll be able to use our neck stretcher to help relieve pain and discomfort in the best way for you.



The cost can be extremely high so make sure you’ll like it. Try to take into account all the factors, like your favorite sleeping position, if you prefer a hard or soft pillow and all the other little things that can make the difference between a sleepless and a sleep filled night. This position puts incredible strain on your neck and lower back, especially when paired with an improper pillow or mattress. The best pillow for neck pain will differ according to factors like your sleeping position, your body weight, and even the type of mattress you sleep on, but generally, you want to be sure your pillow makes you feel like your head is in a straight line with your spine. Each side of the pillow offers support for the cervical curvature of the neck. When I slept on my back, I felt wonderful head and neck support. The taller version of the pillow might suit side sleepers who need more support to keep the head aligned with the spine.