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Cervical Neck Pillows

Most people usually blame their mattresses when they wake up with pain and stiffness in their neck and back. If you are waking up uncomfortably in the morning, it might be worth checking out cervical neck pillows as an option. While you sleep, the correct position must be that of a perfect horizontal alignment of the vertebral column with the head so that the cervical line is neither too low nor too high in relation to the axis. The cushion must support and adapt to the weight of the head. Cervical neck pillows can help give you the right support and alignment while you sleep.

Conditions they can help with:

  • Whiplash
  • Arthritis
  • Poor posture
  • Tension headaches
  • Stiff neck
  • Neck strains
  • Military neck (also known as flat neck syndrome or cervical kyphosis)
  • Cervical spinal stenosis (narrowing of the spinal canal)
  • Snoring
  • Sleep apnea
  • Difficulty sleeping

Benefits of using a Cervical Pillow:

  • Offer support while you sleep
  • Help the alignment of the body
  • Help to maintain the cervical curve
  • Loosen tension in the neck and back
  • You wake up rested

How do Cervical Neck pillows work?
These cushions are to be considered true orthopedic products which offer differentiated support optimal for head, neck and shoulders. They are designed to allow soft support to the face and proper support for the neck.

Types of Cervical Neck Pillows: There are many different types of cervical neck pillows available. The best type will depend on how you sleep at night. Are you a side sleeper, stomach sleeper or a back sleeper? Different types of support pillows have unique construction to support different types of positions. Come in and speak to our healthcare professionals to get help with choosing the right pillow for you. Sleep well, without pain and wake up well rested. Come in for a consultation to Alpha Physio today!

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