Neck pain (cervicalgia) is common and generally nothing to worry about as usually the pain gets better after a few days and is not a sign of any neck problem or serious underlying condition. It can result from a sprain after bending your neck into an unusual position (by sleeping on too many pillows for example), from poor posture or even from sitting in a draught for too long – Sometimes referred to as having a chill. However, often there is no obvious cause for neck pain and doctors just refer to it as ‘non-specific’.
The head is supported by the upper back and lower neck and it is these that commonly cause neck pain. The uppermost three joints in the neck allow for most movement of your neck and head whilst the lower joints in the neck and those of the upper back form the support mechanism for your head to sit on. If this support system is affected adversely, then the muscles in the area can tighten which leads to neck pain.
There is no single best pillow for neck pain because of the many possible causes so to find the best pillow for you, you may first need to seek professional help from a doctor, chiropractor or physical therapist.
All 66fit pillows are designed by specialists to give you a better and more relaxed nights sleep – no more sleepless nights and the end of stiff necks in the morning.
The 66fit physio neck pillow’s orthopaedic shape cradles your head, supports your neck and correctly aligns your spine whether you sleep on your back or your side.
The 66fit Cervical Orthopaedic Pillow is a leading orthopaedic support pillow, designed to maintain the neck and upper spine in their natural, relaxed alignment whether you sleep on your back or side. When sleeping on your back the depression gently cradles your head and supports your neck and upper spine. As you roll onto your side your neck is gently held in a comfortable and natural alignment on the raised sides of the pillow.
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