An ortho­pe­dic pil­low is need­ed for the pre­ven­tion of dis­eases of the mus­cu­loskele­tal sys­tem and osteo­chon­dro­sis, with pain in the cer­vi­cal spine and headaches.

The cor­rect posi­tion of the head dur­ing sleep is ensured by a prop­er­ly select­ed ortho­pe­dic pil­low. Blood cir­cu­la­tion is nor­mal­ized, cor­rect pos­ture is main­tained, and over­all health improves. Your spine should be straight and your neck should not arch, which means the pil­low should fill the space between your shoul­der and head (if you sleep on your side) or sup­port your neck if you sleep on your back. If there is not enough sup­port and the neck bends, the ver­te­brae will move slight­ly and the nerves in the cer­vi­cal region will be pinched. Due to impaired blood cir­cu­la­tion or mus­cle ten­sion, a headache can occur. Ortho­pe­dic pil­low allows you to give the spine a more straight shape, reduc­ing pain and help­ing you sleep bet­ter.

In addi­tion, a bad pil­low affects the qual­i­ty of sleep. Try­ing to get com­fort­able, we toss and turn and wake up more often, and sleep becomes inter­mit­tent and shal­low. If you wake up in the morn­ing with a desire to stretch your neck mus­cles, with a headache, or don’t get enough sleep, it’s time to change your pil­low.