We’ve all had mornings where we wake up with stiff necks as a result of how we slept the night before. One potential cause of this could be the pillow you’re using. You need to choose the right pillow to suit your sleeping position.
If you sleep on your side, back or stomach, it won’t be too difficult to pick out a pillow that’s going to save your neck and muscles. However, if you’re a combination sleeper, it can be slightly harder to find that pillow that’s going to tick all of the boxes, no matter what position you’re sleeping in.
We’ve compiled a list of the five best pillows for combination sleepers so that you don’t have to worry about doing the research. Let’s take a look at our picks.
Best Pillows for Combination Sleepers
The small pieces of foam that the Snuggle Pedic pillow is made from makes it nice and fluffy, and certainly comfortable to sleep on. People who have tried this pillow love that it’s extra fluffy and doesn’t seem to go flat, even after they’ve used it for a long time. This type of pillow is excellent for preventing issues with your neck and posture in general.
It’s a great combination pillow because it’s suitable even for pregnant sleepers. Additionally, it comes in a wide range of sizes, so you can choose one to suit your preferences perfectly.
- Perfect for every type of sleeper
- Fluffy and soft
- Washable in a machine
- Shredded memory foam filler and bamboo cover
- Firmness and thickness is adjustable
As well as a 120-day trial, this pillow also comes with a twenty-year warranty. While some customers mentioned that it’s a bit firm for their liking, the overall consensus was that everyone absolutely loved it.
There are those memory foam pillows out there that can lose their shape and eventually go flat. However, the Wonder Sleep memory foam pillow solves this. Even after months of use, you’ll find that this pillow retains its shape well.
The best part about this pillow is that you can quickly increase or decrease the thickness of it, depending on where you like your neck to be when you’re sleeping. Because of this, it’s ideal if you’re someone who tends to get a bit of neck and shoulder pain when you’re sleeping.
- Excellent for any type of sleep position
- Shredded foam memory filler and bamboo and polyester cover
- Adjustable firmness and thickness
- Resistant to mites and hypoallergenic
- Can easily wash it in a machine
- Comes with a one year warranty
One thing that some customers did say is that it has quite a distinctive smell. However, the company that sells it provides a comprehensive list of instructions on how to get rid of the smell. An odor isn’t uncommon when you buy a new pillow, so it should go away within 48 hours.
The feature we love most about the Adjustable Loft Pillow for combination sleepers is that it’s incredibly easy to adjust. In fact, it may just be the easiest. This pillow comes with a gel-infused memory foam that makes it incredibly easy to mold and shape. The gel itself provides all the support that the foam needs while keeping you cool as well that a lot of other pillows don’t have. Customers have said that this pillow is similar to using a down feather pillow, except it provides better support.
It is completely adjustable, which makes it an ideal choice no matter what position you like to sleep in.
- Comes in three sizes: Standard, Queen, and King
- Shredded Visco elastic memory foam with a bamboo rayon cover
- Thickness is easily adjustable
- Washable in the machine
- 100-day return policy
- Five-year warranty
One setback that this pillow does present actually doesn’t have anything to do with the pillow. Some people found that the company was difficult to deal with and they struggled to provide the right sizes. However, this should not dissuade you from investing in this pillow, as it will transform how you sleep.
We find that the design of the Adjustable Layer Pillow to be one of the most interesting. It is made up of many different soft layers that you can easily take in and out, depending on the thickness that you want. This means that you can make this pillow very thin and incredibly thick.
Customers have also mentioned that this company is easy to work with and has excellent customer service. This pillow is easily considered top of the line and much better quality than many options out there.
- Available in: Queen, King, and two pack Queen
- Down alternative microfiber fill, the cover is 100% cotton
- Comes with six layers that are adjustable and stackable
- Three hundred stack count
- Can wash with a machine
- Thirty-day money back guarantee
The only thing that customers said against this pillow is that it can be somewhat tricky finding the perfect layer to suit their needs. However, once you’ve found it, it’s easy to keep it this way and have a better night’s sleep as a result.
The next and last contender on our list is the best for shoulder and neck pain. The SNUZ Sleep Bed Pillow has a two-chambered design that makes it so unique that it’s unlike any other on our list. The design is made to cradle your head and give support to your neck. Despite its different design, this pillow still proves to be an excellent option for all types of sleepers.
- Two options available: soft and firm
- Polyester filling with 100% cotton cover
- Three hundred thread count
- Dual-chamber design
- Machine washable
- Sixty-day return policy
While some customers found that this pillow was a little too soft for their liking, overall they found it to be excellent for head and shoulder support.
As well as combination sleepers, there are an additional three types of sleepers that all need a different kind of pillow support.
If you sleep on your stomach, you can get away with having next to no support and will require a thin pillow.
If you like to sleep on your back, you’ll need to look for a pillow that’s going to support your neck correctly.
If you’re a side sleeper, you need a pillow that’s got a good level of firmness, as well as the proper height.
Before making the decision on which pillow you think is best for your sleeping position, considered all the information that we’ve presented here today. Getting to know exactly what type of sleeper you are and what type of material you’re most comfortable sleeping with will give you a much better idea of which pillow you should be buying.
Knowing in-depth the features of a pillow helps you to understand what it’s going to offer you before you make the decision to buy it.
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