For heavy snorers and beauty lovers alike
It turns out the best pillows for heavy snorers and sleeping beauties have something in common—their shape. “I always tell patients to find a supportive, curved pillow that props the back of the head up from behind the neck if they’re waking up with puffy eyes and facial skin,” explains Doris Day, MD and clinical associate professor of dermatology at NYU Langone Health. “Skin around the eyes is thinner than other areas, so when blood pools there over several horizontal hours it’s especially noticeable. Pillows that elevate the head, even if they’re designed for snoring, help alleviate this beauty problem, and I use Tempur-Neck Pillows in my practice.” Here’s what else sleep doctors wish you knew about snoring.
Allergy-prone people can opt for this
You won’t have to worry about sneezing your way through the night on a gel-fiber filled pillow, because they’re hypoallergenic, plush, and perfect for people sensitive to natural goose down. The cover is constructed from 100 percent cotton, and the core offers valuable neck support everyone can appreciate. If this makes you want to change into your pajamas immediately, you’ll love these other top-rated sleep products on Amazon.