Tips for sleeping on your side


Are you are a side sleeper? Do you have trouble getting comfortable at night and staying asleep?


If your shoulder feels crunched or sore in the morning your pillow might not be offering enough support to fill the space between your head and the side of your shoulder. In this case a firmer pillow with more height may solve the problem. If you use a buckwheat hull pillow, try shifting the hulls within the pillow to a more suitable and body conforming location, or add more hulls to your pillow. Some side-sleepers prefer a bolster shaped pillow, like our ComfyNeck.

My neck doesn't hurt when I wake-up in the morning because this pillow doesn't move around. ~ Elena M

ComfyNeck Side sleeper


My shoulder pain was gone within 3 days and has not returned. ~ Sarah M

Positioning your whole body properly for sleeping will create a more comfortable and restful time in bed. Keeping your spine straight while sleeping will help reduce back and neck pain. When sleeping on your side, using additional pillows to support your arms and legs can make a world of difference for your whole body. They don’t have to be buckwheat pillows - regular bed pillows, or a body pillow will do.


First, hug a pillow to keep your upper arm and upper back supported.

Second, slip a regular bed pillow between your knees. This will elevate your hips and reduce stress on your spine.

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Martin said:

Side sleeper pillows are definitely helpful for feeling more comfortable when sleeping. Thanks for the article!

Lynn Tran

Lynn Tran said:

You have shared very informative post.
I also used these side sleeper pillows. It supports very softly to your neck and shoulder and get ease to sleep without any pain. I already used these pillow from the shoulder pain at night.

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