PureComfort Sleep Restoration Adjustable Side Sleeping Pillow
Last updated date: October 12, 2020
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In our analysis of 0 expert reviews, the PureComfort PureComfort Adjustable Side Sleeping Pillow placed 6th when we looked at the top 6 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
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From The Manufacturer
EAR PAIN AND EAR PRESSURE CNH RELIEF. The first pillow designed specifically for SIDE SLEEPERS! The pillow features ear cutouts to eliminate ear pain during the night. The pillow is also designed to reduce overall facial pressure while you sleep (see our heatmap!). Also great for CPAP users. CertiPUR Certified memory foam. FULLY ADJUSTABLE PILLOW. Use our HEIGHT INSERTS to fine tune the pillow to your specific comfort preference. Great for reducing neck pain. REST ASSURED – Our pillows meet the CertiPUR-US standards for content, emissions and durability, and are analyzed by independent, accredited testing labs. Our pillows are made without PBDEs, TDCPP, TCEP flame retardants, mercury, lead and heavy metals, formaldehyde, phthalates. WHAT IS IN YOUR PILLOW? No smell like those other memory foam pillows. HYPOALLERGENIC & DUST MITE RESISTANT SOFT BAMBOO COVER - allergy sufferers no longer need to compromise comfort! EASY TO CARE FOR - MACHINE WASHABLE - 5 Year Warranty. We guarantee you'll love the pillow, and if you aren't absolutely satisfied, return it within 100 days for a refund, no questions asked.
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An Overview On Sleep Restoration
Sleep deprivation is a global problem, and studies estimate that as many as 60 percent of adults suffer from chronic sleeping problems. SleepFoundation.org recommends designing sleep environments to promote better, deeper and longer-lasting sleep for your health. Suggestions include keeping the bedroom dark, reducing noise and lowering the temperature of the room. In recent years, companies have also introduced many helpful products to help consumers improve their sleep.
Not all products work for everyone, so you may have to try a few different ones before finding your favorite(s). People who get too hot at night can benefit from cooling mattress covers and bed linens designed to maintain consistent body temperatures. Some sleep like babies by wearing eye masks, listening to ambient noise or having relaxing scents in the air. Others swear by one of the newer products out there, weighted blankets.
Whatever sleep restoration products you choose, there are real benefits to the use of sleep aids. Give one or more a try until you feel your nighttime routine is improved.
DWYM Fun Fact
Californian Randy Gardner holds the world’s record for going the longest time without sleep. He started in December of 1963 and stayed awake for 264.4 hours, or 11 days and 25 minutes. Randy was 17 years old at the time, and broke the previous record of 260 hours, which was held by Tom Rounds of Hawaii. Gardner’s efforts were recorded by a Stanford University sleep researcher, and his health was monitored the whole time.
The Sleep Restoration Buying Guide
- If you want to try a weighted blanket, look for one that is about 7 percent of your body weight. Otherwise, it might be too heavy.
- Be sure that the material of your weighted blanket is breathable so you won’t get too hot.
- Look for eye masks that are ergonomically designed, otherwise they could slip off. Eye masks are also great for daytime naps and travel.
- Play around with the thermometer in your room to see which temperature is most comfortable for sleeping.
- Sleeping in different places can make it harder to sleep; look for portable products to take with you when you will not be sleeping in your own bed.