Have you always slept on a down pil­low, but have thought about pur­chas­ing an ortho­pe­dic pil­low because you have pain in your head and neck? Expe­ri­enced peo­ple say that after sleep­ing on the right mod­el, health actu­al­ly becomes stronger. This can be explained — while sleep­ing in a phys­i­o­log­i­cal­ly cor­rect posi­tion, the blood cir­cu­la­tion of the brain improves, and a per­son sleeps bet­ter.

An ortho­pe­dic pil­low is a mod­el that sup­ports the head and neck in the cor­rect posi­tion. What does it give? Blood cir­cu­la­tion is nor­mal­ized, cor­rect pos­ture is main­tained, and over­all health improves.

The filler of the ortho­pe­dic pil­low is elas­tic, resilient, fol­lows the con­tours of the head and neck, and also restores its shape after the load is removed, there­fore it pro­vides uni­form sup­port in any posi­tion with an infi­nite num­ber of changes in the sleep­er’s pos­ture dur­ing the night. This is the main dif­fer­ence from the clas­sic pil­low, in which the filler is crushed and falls off, and after chang­ing the posi­tion of the body, it must be shak­en. It is unlike­ly that you will be doing this all night, which means that there is a risk of spend­ing time in the wrong posi­tion, which will lead to numb­ness and impaired blood sup­ply.

Mem­o­ry foam pil­lows are one of the best inven­tions of mankind in the field of improv­ing sleep. Thanks to these mir­a­cle prod­ucts, many peo­ple man­age to for­get about fatigue, morn­ing neck pain, long falling asleep and, in some cas­es, even snor­ing! And all the fault is the abil­i­ty of the pil­low to repeat the out­lines of the parts of the body that are in con­tact with it: the head, neck and shoul­ders.

Mem­o­ry foam pil­lows help mus­cles tru­ly relax through­out the night: blood ves­sels are not pinched and active­ly sup­ply oxy­gen to the head

Is it good to sleep on an ortho­pe­dic pil­low? Yes. It sup­ports the cer­vi­cal spine in the cor­rect posi­tion. For a healthy per­son, this serves as a dis­ease pre­ven­tion, for those who have any dis­eases, it reduces the risk of com­pli­ca­tions and pro­gres­sion.