Pros and cons

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.


What is the ben­e­fit of an ortho­pe­dic pil­low?

  1. Nor­mal blood flow in the neck is restored.
  2. Attacks of osteo­chon­dro­sis, headache and oth­er dis­eases occur less fre­quent­ly.
  3. On a com­fort­able pil­low, you can fall asleep faster.
  4. You can choose any sleep­ing posi­tion — on the side, back and stom­ach.
  5. Breath­able mate­ri­als allow air to pass through and cre­ate a favor­able bed micro­cli­mate.
  6. Mem­o­ry mod­els do not put pres­sure on soft tis­sues and keep the skin youth­ful.
  7. Helps elim­i­nate or reduce the fre­quen­cy of snor­ing.
  8. Helps main­tain a beau­ti­ful pos­ture at any age.
  9. There are not only adults, but also chil­dren’s mod­els. The soon­er the child begins to sleep on an ortho­pe­dic pil­low, the stronger his health will be.


  • High-tech fillers require care­ful han­dling. So, mem­o­ry foam should not be wet­ted, because it will be dif­fi­cult to dry. It is unde­sir­able to oper­ate in a room with high humid­i­ty.
  • You need to get used to the wave-shaped pil­low https://www.wildberries.ru/catalog/45158237/detail.aspx?targetUrl=WR. If you have pre­vi­ous­ly slept only on soft downy pil­lows, then on ortho­pe­dic pil­lows you may feel unusu­al and uncom­fort­able. In three days you will get used to it, and the old down pil­low will seem uncom­fort­able to you. If you don’t want to get used to it, there are always clas­sic-shaped ortho­pe­dic pil­lows https://www.wildberries.ru/catalog/55596179/detail.aspx?targetUrl=EX

    With care for your sleep, the Tanoshi Yume team