Eileen Hubbard Pillow November 08th, 2018 - 04:04:31
Most of us are size sleepers. We move off on our stomach or even on our back, but generally the majority. The people sleep on their side. Now the most important thing about a pillow is to make sure you're using a dense pillow, particularly while sleeping on your side, it's much different than sleeping on the back, because when you're on your side, you have a significant amount of gap between the side of your head And the bed in itself, meaning that gap between the shoulder and the head has to be fulfilled or filled up with something dense or something strong enough to where it's not going to allow your head to prop down. So, if you're using a soft pillow while sleeping on your side.
I recommend you find a firmer pillow to allow your head to stay in neutral alignment with your spine because, as your head drops, you then start to put it into an abnormal position, which then you Can start affecting nerves and causing lots of pain and symptomatology Now the key.
The most important thing is that you're using a pillow, that's firm enough to keep your head in line if you're using a pillow, that's too soft and your head is propping down causing your head not to be in line with the rest of the spine. It's going to affect the nerves and you're going to be waking up with lots of different pains and problems. So, if you're using multiple pillows to prop your head up, that's just as bad as not using the right! Pillow! That's going to cause your head to prop down, make sure that you're sleeping on your back of your side do not sleep on your stomach if you're on your back, preferably use a thinner pillow, because you want to keep your head in line with your spine and You don't want it to be propped up too much as well. If you're on your, if you're on your stomach again, you have to sleep on your on your with your head to the left or to the right it's going to cause problems. So do not do that, make it a great day.