Sleep Pillow


Some people think it looks like a giant “9” or the start of a question mark. Actually, its shape is the answer to sitting up straight, while you are lying down to sleep.


This unique shape is designed to prevent you from sleeping on your back and stomach. Sleeping on your back can cause low back pain with a lack of support for the curve in your spine. Likewise, sleeping on your stomach puts strain on your back, neck, and jaw. Side sleeping is the most natural position our bodies can get in for a restful night and our pillow gives the support needed for the neck, head, upper and lower back all at the same time.


The ear well (hole) is designed to elevate the chin approximately one inch. This encourages the airway passage to open, thereby increasing air flow. The ear well and chin tilt increases the natural curve in your neck, essential for good sleep posture.


There’s no “incorrect” way to use the pillow - some people sleep with the long portion of the pillow behind them, others sleep with the long portion in front. Whatever is most comfortable.


The SleepPosture™ pillow helps to train you to sleep in a better posture for better health. Anytime we try a new diet, exercise, sport, or physical activity, there is an adjustment period. Changing years of “sleep behavior” also takes time. Give the pillow at least two to three weeks of nightly use.


One size fits most, if you are over 4′ 8″ tall and under 6′ 6″ tall.


Note: The foam portion of the pillow can be washed in soap and water, squeezed out, then air dried.

Learn More About Sleep

1) Studies show that one in ten people suffer from chronic insomnia and, according to the National Sleep Foundation.

2) Twenty percent of American adults reported that pain or physically discomfort disrupts their sleep several nights per a week or more.

3) Sleeping on your back can cause low back pain with a lack of support for the curve in your spine.

4) Back sleeping can also aggravate snoring and sleep apnea.

5) Sleeping on your stomach also puts a strain on you back, as well as your jaw and neck.

6) Reduce stress on your heart, particularly if you have been diagnosed with congestive heart failure, by sleeping in an upright position. This position allows the heart to work with gravity and decreases stress.

7) According to the National Sleep Foundation's 1998 Women and Sleep Poll, 78% of women report more disturbed sleep during pregnancy than any other times.

8) Medical experts have on encouraged pregnant women to sleep on their left side in order to increase blood flow.

9) Beyond support for your head, heck and spine, the pillow prevents rolling on your back or stomach and torsion-twisting your spine in tow directions at once. Reduces strain on the spine.