When To Choose Memory Foam Pillow

  •   Once you've decided that a memory foam pillow might be a good fit for your sleep pattern, there are a few more things to consider before hitting the "buy" button.

      Are you prone to heat and sweating at night? Some memory foam pillows guarantee cooling. They have permeable coverings or special fillers for body temperature control, such as gel. Some memory foam pillows are pre-shaped and molded to help you better align your neck and spine while you sleep. Try one of these if you suffer from neck pain.

      Memory foam pillows are more resilient and last longer than other types of pillows, but you should replace your pillow after two to three years of regular use. Fold it in half to see if it needs to be replaced; if it stays folded, it's time to buy a new one. Block pillows that no longer provide proper support should also be replaced. Add a pillow protector between the pillow and pillowcase to protect it from stains.

      Memory foam is designed to respond to pressure and heat from the body. As you lift your weight, the foam returns to its original shape and shape.

      Who shouldn't use a memory foam pillow?

      People who feel hot while sleeping: Some memory foam pillows may trap or become hot when you lie on them. Some claim they make them sweat. Be aware of this if you are a hot sleeper.

      Those who are sensitive to exhaust: Some memory foam products contain substances called volatile organic compounds (VOCs). When the cushion is fresh, these compounds can give off an unpleasant odor. This is called exhaust. Some people may be overly sensitive to smells. It can cause breathing difficulties, headaches, nausea, eye and throat discomfort, and asthma attacks. In a well-ventilated room, the odor should disappear within a few days or a week.

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