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Practical pillow relieves back pain

Designed to conform to the shape of the head, the practical pillow supports the nape of the neck and relieves pressure on the vertebrae. It can be made of foam or latex, anti-dust mite, micro-ventilated or memory foam with microbeads. How to choose a pillow? The decision won't be the same for a baby pillow or for someone suffering from back pain. Although easily machine-washable, a pillow lasts longer if it's protected with a pillowcase that's changed regularly.

Often neglected, the pillow, along with a good mattress, is one of the most important items for your health. In fact, having one that is not adapted to your body can lead to back pain, as well as less restful sleep. Choosing the right pillow is therefore crucial to staying in shape. But finding the perfect one is no easy task. With our vast selection of pillows, you're sure to find the one that's just right for you. These include characteristic fiber pillows, anti-allergy products and many other types of pillow.

What type of pillow should I choose?

Choose the right shape

Depending on your preferences, there are various shapes to choose from. Among them are memory foam pillows, which adapt perfectly and help reduce neck pain. Other practical types of pillow, such as modular pillows, are also available, offering definite comfort.

In addition, there's a crucial element to consider: the sleeping position. A person who generally sleeps on their side will prefer a firm pillow to maintain the characteristic alignment of the spine. For those who fall asleep on their stomach or back, a soft pillow is often the best option.

Material: an important choice for a good night's sleep

The material is also a detail not to be overlooked. For more upscale comfort, feather-filled pillows are recommended. Foam and latex offer varying consistencies (more or less firm).

For people prone to allergies (to dust mites in particular), we recommend turning to our range of anti-dust mite products.

In all cases, the pillows we offer are a guarantee of quality and help to improve the quality of your sleep.

Choosing the right size

Dimensions depend on the size of the individual. A child will typically opt for a smaller pillow than an adult. The most common sizes are 60 cm x 60 cm and 65 cm x 65 cm square pillows.

Prices to suit all profiles

As the budget for buying the pillow of one's dreams varies from person to person, the site offers a vast range of products at a wide choice of prices.

A cost-effective solution

Finding the pillow of your dreams doesn't have to cost a fortune. In fact, there are a number of low-cost, high-quality product ranges to suit all your needs and desires. Low-cost anti-mite solutions are also available.

A more high-end solution

More upscale products are also on sale to bring you superior quality of life and comfort. These include a range of practical pillows in distinctive materials. Whether you need a pillow for yourself or to tide you over in a guest room, you're sure to find the perfect one.

Don't wait any longer to find the pillow of your dreams!

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