How to Use a Contour Pillow

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To use a contour pillow, consider the density of the pillow. Sleep with the higher hump of the contour pillow behind your neck with help from a home decorator in this free video on bedrooms.

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Hi, I'm Joy Kubas. I'm a home decorator and educator, and I'm here today to give you a few basic tips on how to use a contour pillow. For this segment, you would need your pillowcases and your contour pillow. What is a contour pillow? A contour pillow, basically, is a therapeutic pillow that we use to keep our neck and our back, our spinal column rather, in line so we can get proper sleep, so we don't wake up in the mornings with stiff necks or sore backs. When purchasing a contour pillow you should take great consideration on the place where you purchase it and the knowledge that the sales person will give you as far as the density goes. The higher the density in your pillow, the more firmness and comfort in therapeutic that you're going to have versus your regular cotton and feather filled pillows. If you have ever noticed if you wake up in the morning with a feather filled pillows or foam pillows, you come up with stiff necks and sore backs. When you purchase your contour pillow it will come with a contour cover which basically slips right over the pillow and it zips in the back. After you apply that cover, you can go ahead and apply your basic pillow case. When you are ready to use your contour pillow at night, you want to consider on using the pillow the proper way. You will notice that there is two humps. There is a higher hump and a lower hump on the pillow with a little like dip in the middle. You want to make sure that the higher hump is behind your neck. That will give you your therapeutic help that you need to keep your neck and your spine in the proper alignment for good posture. This is some basic tips on the use of a contour pillow.


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