Over the years, one of the signs of prosperity in the family was the presence of large down pillows, which often even passed from grandmothers to their children. However, times change, and today we know that fluff is not the best material for this sleeping accessory. Down pillows absorb moisture, because they periodically have to be dried, they strongly permeate during sleep, causing poor posture in children, do not remove heat, which causes local overheating of the head, sweating and acne.
And of course, feathers and bird flu contribute to the manifestation of allergic reactions in humans to these predisposed people, since in itself this animal material is a rather powerful allergen.
But everything is changing. The new century has given mankind unique technologies and new materials for the production of completely new, safe and comfortable tempurpedic pillows. Today, we will tell you how to choose orthopedic pillows, the use of which allows the neck and head of a sleeping person to take an anatomically correct position, contributing to a normal blood supply to the brain, free breathing and preventing the development of diseases of the cervical spine.
What should I look for when buying an orthopedic pillows?
Every year the neuropathologist increases the number of patients with pain in the neck and spine. The causes of the diseases are quite different, but most of them can be excluded if you purchase a special tempurpedic neck pillow. Since childhood, we are accustomed to sleeping on three-dimensional down pillows, to fit on which you can not only the entire head, but half the body. What happens to our body in this case? The spine is curved, the nerve roots are squeezed and there is no adequate rest together with the unloading of the spinal column.
One of the most popular today are orthopedic pillows made of foamed latex, incidentally, a natural material obtained from the juice of special rubber plants. Actually, this, as well as its unique properties and durability, can explain quite high prices for this bedroom accessory. Usually, such bedding has a special anatomical shape with a hollow for the head and rollers to support the neck. They differ in both stiffness and height.
There are other, even more modern and technological fillers, such as Memory Foam, which have the ability to “memorize” the shape of the head of a sleeping person by heating the material with the natural heat of the human body. With any movement, the Memory Foam is elastic and gently supports the neck and head, without back pressure. In this case, the absence of pressure improves blood supply, which reduces anxiety and the number of turns during sleep.