Not too many people who lay down to sleep at night are out cold as soon as their head hits the pillow. You normally have a bit of a nesting phase where you wait to get cozy, and turn from side to side or lay on your stomach or back until you hit that perfect sleeping position. Of course, when you do hit that sweet spot, it doesn’t mean that your back and neck are aligned to keep your spine comfortable.
There are a ton of pillows on the market, but not too many are going to accommodate when you interchange sleeping on your back and side. The Two Position Sleeper’s Pillow sounds like it’s for professional sleepers (if only that were a real job), but it is meant to keep proper spinal and neck alignment for people who can’t simply lie stiff as a board and drift into slumber. You will want to make sure you get the right size for your body, otherwise you could be making the possibility of waking up with a stiff neck in the morning much higher.
This foam pillow has two blocky sides with head cradles and concave spots in the sides for your shoulders when you’re on your side, and a head cradle with a support for the top of your spine when you’re on your back. There are ridges along the entire surface to help keep you cool while you’re sleeping, and the cotton cover can be unzipped and washed so it’s always smelling fresh. Whether you get small, regular, or large size will determine the price as it varies between $99.95 and $109.95.
Available for purchase on Hammacher