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PILLOW AND SLEEP TALK

 In my experienced as a Physical Therapist Trained  and a Massage Therapist  the most common reason client's seek out for treatment is due to pain. Sleeping is the top most important activity we can do our body a favor a.k.a healing prime time.

- Abigail RMT

1. Sidelying Position- using strategically designed pillows to maintain the spine is a more neutral position. BEST IF YOU HAVE BACK PAIN OR SCIATICA. Thus decreases the STRESS across the back and the associated structures. M.O.B Co. offers knee pillow for back pain see picture below. Free shipping and on SALE!

Knee Pillow Spine Sciatica Relief Memory Foam

2.Supine Lying- If you have back pain or sciatica this might potentially aggravate the condition due to the line of gravity. Howeever you can put a pillow underneath the knees to keep them bent (crooklying).

PICTURE BELOW CAN BE USED AS A KNEE PILLOW ( SEE OUR PILLOW DEPARTMENT UNDER CATALOG)

Natural Latex Pillow Sleeping

PICTURE ABOVE IS A GOOD NECK SUPPORT PILLOW. SEE OUR PILLOW DEPARTMENT UNDER CATALOG

High Quality Memory Foam Orthopedic Neck Soft Pillow

PRONE LYING POSITION ( WE DO NOT RECOMMEND IF YOU HAVE NECK ISSUES)

-alternative if it is really difficult to sleep in any other positions.

-place a pillow or 2 under the stomach to prevent the stomach from arching down.

OTHER PILLOWS:

U shape Maternity pillows

BEST FOR MATERNITY OR JUST TO SLEEP COMFORTABLY.


Coccyx Pain Relief Memory Foam Comfort

 IF YOU HAVE SIT BONE PAIN

High Quality Memory Foam Anti Wrinkle PillowANTI-AGING SPECIAL PILLOW

Type of Pillow to Use for a Good Night Sleep.

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