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If you have never experienced neck pain, consider yourself lucky. Waking up with a stiff neck is something that most people will experience at some point in their life. Many will experience it daily and the consequences of waking up in pain regularly will negatively affect your quality of life. Fortunately when you add an Elite Rest Memory Foam pillow to your sleeping regim, you can say goodbye to neck pain. This is not the only pillow that will offer you relief from neck and back pain, there are a range of pillows that will support your neck, alleviating your neck pain.

Finding this pillow amongst the many pillows available can be a daunting task but we have done all the hard work for you and found a list of the best pillows of your neck pain.

Choosing a pillow takes a little bit of research and there are a few factors that you need to consider. These factors will help you to find the perfect pillow for better posture so that you can sleep soundly and pain-free every night.

What side do you sleep on?

Identifying how you sleep and what position you favour will determine whether or not you choose a firm pillow or a soft pillow. Your sleeping position will also determine the height of the pillow you choose, so it is an important consideration.

  • Side sleepers should opt for a pillow that has a loft of around 4-inches, this is on the higher end of pillow height. A firmer pillow also works well for side sleepers. The combination of height and firmness help to keep your head aligned while relieving pressure in your shoulders and due to the firmness it will maintain its shape throughout the night. Posture pillow US have a great option for side sleepers.
  • Stomach sleepers need to sleep on a slim pillow, the thinner the pillow the better it is for their alignment. A thin pillow prevents the head from being pushed forward. A softer pillow will also work best for stomach sleepers.
  • Back sleepers can play around with their pillows a little more than side and stomach sleepers. Pillows that are of a medium height are the most popular among those who sleep on their back but when it comes to firmness, it is a personal preference with some back sleepers opting for firmer pillows while others prefer a slightly softer pillow.

What is your pillow filled with?

Not all pillows are filled equally and not all fillings work for everyone. A variety of materials are used to fill pillows, from feathers to foam to a water base pillow. Each one of these materials comes with its own set of pros and cons, very often the final decisions come down to personal preference. Regardless of the type of filling you decide on, make sure that the pillow is machine washable.

Memory foam is the most popular and well known material used in sleep pillows. Memory foam molds and shapes to your head and neck and if you like to sink into your pillow, then memory foam is the perfect choice. This type of filling works best or back and side sleepers as it conforms to their head and neck perfectly but still maintains its height. If you are a stomach sleeper, a memory foam pillow can work if you look for a pillow that is only 2-inches high.

Latex are natural pillows that are light and respond quickly to pressure. Like memory foam, latex comes in one piece or it can be shredded for a fluffier pillow. With a latex pillow your head won’t sink into the pillow, rather it will rest on top of the pillow, adapting to how you sleep.

Down and down-alternatives are great fillings for stomach sleepers because they are soft and won’t push your neck out of alignment. This does not mean that back and side sleepers wont get a good night’s sleep on a down pillow, the opposite is true. All types of sleepers will find support and comfort on a down pillow.

The Best Pillow for Neck Support for 2020

We have waded through all the pillows that will offer you neck support while you sleep and have found a list of the best pillows. Each one of these pillows will help to relieve neck pain while you sleep. You will also find the best pillow for posture in this list as well as pillows designed to ease neck and shoulder pain.

1. Pillow for Stomach Sleepers:

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Stomach sleepers will find comfort and support with the  Elite Rest Ultra Slim Sleeper. It is an ultra thin neck pillow measuring only 2.5 inches. The ergonomic design of the pillow provides you with a level of comfort you have not experienced before. This is without a doubt the best neck pillow for stomach sleepers.  

2. Pillow for Back Sleepers.

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Back sleepers will find support and comfort when they sleep on the Coisum Cervical Pillow. The unique design of this pillow will help to alleviate chronic neck pain. The design also features a cut out that gives you somewhere to place your arm, relieving the pressure on your shoulder.  

3. Side Sleeper Pillow.

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Side sleepers are prone to moving around during the night and as such an adjustable pillow, like the Sable Pillow works best. Sleeping on adjustable pillows allows you the freedom to change the height of the pillow to suit your unique sleeping needs as a side sleeper. We consider this to be the best pillow for side sleepers.

4. Cervical Neck Support Pillow.

Buying a new pillow is not something you should rush into. We have helped you by finding the best pillows for neck support in 2020

If you are looking for a cervical pillow that will offer therapeutic support for your neck, add the USUNO Chiropractic Pillow to your bed. This pillow might not look like much but it will help with your pain relief management to ensure your neck is supported all night.

5. Pillow for all sleeping positions.

Ecoden Bamboo Charcoal Pillow. This pillow features a unique design, making the Ecoden pillow one of the best pillows for neck pain. The Ecoden sleep pillow supports your head, back and neck, regardless of how you sleep.

Don’t forget about your neck when you are travelling, look at the Sleep Number U neck pillow, it will quickly become your favourite travel accessory!

Finding the right pillow is a personal preference, from thin pillows, like the Elite Rests Ultra Thin Sleeper to bamboo pillows like the Ecoden Sleep pillow, we have compiled a list that will meet the needs of all types of sleepers. Simple click the links on this page, read the posture pillow reviews and add one of these pillows to your shopping cart for a good nights sleep.