Find the best pillow for you.
A good night's sleep is an importatant part of overall health, and the right bed pillow can make a big difference. Truly, if you want to sleep well, your pillow choice could be just as important as your mattress or your bed frame. Pillows might seem secondary, but they significantly influence your posture as you sleep. A memory foam pillow is often the best pillow for side sleepers, who may also benefit from mattress toppers and pads that conform to the body. You can also find different densities of foam, depending on how firm you’d like your pillow.
A wedge pillow might serve you well if you want to sleep partially propped up because of a head cold or want to have support for bedtime reading. And if you vary your sleeping position, having a choice between two or three pillows can help you remain supported, regardless of your position.
Get the most out of your new pillow.
If you're going to spend money on a new pillow for sleeping, you want to get the most out of it. So ask yourself what a pillow could offer that might make you even more comfortable: Do you want a cooling pillow that will reduce the temperature during the summer? Would a cooling and wicking set of bed sheets help you enjoy your night even more?
Whatever style of pillow and cover you choose, don’t forget to add a pillow protector to your purchase. A pillow protector will ensure that your pillow stays in better shape over time and will help keep allergens from accumulating in your pillow. You can visit our Discover & Learn hub for more tips on good sleep hygiene.
These statements and any information contained herein are intended for educational purposes only and are not meant to substitute for medical care or to prescribe treatment for any specific health condition. Carefully review product labels for instructions and important safety information, and consider consulting with a health care professional regarding your use of health and wellness products.