Our collection of pillows will leave your guests feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. Choose from a number of sumptuous fillings such as hypoallergenic, natural feather, and down fillings. With soft, medium and firm feel pillows available, we're sure you'll find the perfect pillow for you.
Simply Sleep Anti Allergy Pillow Protector Pair
Snuggle Cotton Microfibre Pillow
Snuggle Polycotton Hollowfibre Pillow
Simply Sleep Anti Allergy Microfibre Pillow
Simply Sleep 2 Pack Duck Feather Pillow
A good night's sleep is essential for overall health and well-being. While many factors contribute to getting a good night's rest, choosing the right pillow is key. A pillow that's too soft or too firm can lead to discomfort, pain, and even sleep disturbances. So, how do you choose the perfect pillow? We'll explore the different types of pillows available and provide tips on how to choose the right one for you.
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Types of Pillows
Down Pillows: These pillows are filled with the soft, fluffy feathers found on the underbelly of ducks and geese. They provide excellent softness and comfort but may not be suitable for people with allergies.
Feather Pillows: Feather pillows are similar to down pillows, but they're filled with the larger outer feathers. They're firmer and offer more support than down pillows.
Memory Foam Pillows: Memory foam pillows are made of a dense foam that conforms to the shape of your head and neck. They offer excellent support and can help alleviate pain and pressure points.
Polycotton Hollowfibre Pillows: The Non-Allergenic Pillow with its hollow fibre design has been fashioned to furnish robust safeguarding against dust mites, bacteria and fungal expansion, granting you an untroubled slumber. This pillow is of the utmost use for those who suffer from allergies.
Choosing the Right Pillow
Consider Your Sleeping Position: Your sleeping position plays a crucial role in determining the right type of pillow for you. If you sleep on your back, a flatter pillow may be best. If you sleep on your side, a firmer, higher pillow can help support your neck and shoulders. If you sleep on your stomach, a softer, thinner pillow may be best.
Consider Your Allergies: If you have allergies, you may want to avoid down and feather pillows, which can trigger allergic reactions. Instead, opt for hypoallergenic options like memory foam and hollowfibre pillows.
Consider the Material: The material of the pillow can also affect your comfort level. For example, if you tend to get hot at night, a breathable material like bamboo or cotton may be best.