Here are some interesting facts about a "good" pillow compared to that "bad" pillow you might be using.

Thanks to ModernMan, here are some tips for you to keep your head and your neck and basically your body comfy while you sleep:

quinn.anya, flickr
quinn.anya, flickr


Change out your pillows every 12 - 18 months.  (Really, I don't do this but maybe I should?)

Using an old pillow could cause headaches, snoring or / a not getting enough sleep could get a weakened immunity system.

Bigger pillows tend to make you sleep awkwardly on your neck.

If you sleep on your stomach, you should be using a thin, flat pillow that doesn't have much stuffing.

If you sleep on your back, you should probably be using a soft or medium-firm pillow that fills the space between the bed and your neck.

If you're a side sleeper, look for an over-stuffed pillow that gives you even more support under your neck.

What kind of pillows do you like?  That over-stuffed?  The thin?  The Medium-firm?

Oh boy, I'll take a big overstuffed where I can sink my head into softness!  Sleep tight!

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