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Office Ergonomics Training - The Pillow...Good for the Head and Neck

And even moonlights as a throw!

It looks innocent enough. Just sitting there looking all fluffy. More often overlooked than not, your pillow will determine the course of pain you'll deal with in your neck and shoulders. Cutting edge sleep science has determined the pillow as the most important contributor to aligning your spine while you sleep.

But choosing the right pillow for you can be as difficult, if not more so, than finding the right mattress. With all the shapes, sizes and fillings, how do you decide on the best pillow?

The Goldilocks Method

This one is too hard. This one is too soft...

When it comes to choosing a pillow, most of us will buy several different types, gimmick shapes, stuffing, etc in our quest for the "Holy Graillow". Searching for that perfect pillow, sleeping with many, while looking to find the one that hurts our neck the least.

We're all very different and each of us will require different individual pillow types which address our own specific pains or areas of discomfort. If you're shopping for a new pillow, as a rule, look for one specifically designed to take into account your gender, height, weight, sleep position, chest size, head size and mattress density as well as your sleeping style (i.e. stomach or side sleeper, etc).

What's Your Perfect Pillow?

What if you could design the pillow of your dreams, what would it look like? A normal rectangular shape or a pillow shaped for the cover of Architectural Digest?

How would you stuff it? Cotton balls and straw? Or empty agricultural shells that sound like you're sleeping on a bowl of Rice Crispies® all night, “Snap, Crackle, Pop”?


Until then, you can learn a few tips on what to look for in your sleeping pillow here.

Keep up the good work, you just might have a nice surprise waiting....

This one is just right...

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