1. Feather and Down Pillows
Feather and down pillows give you comfort and adjustability but they are not an option if you suffer from asthma or have allergies.
Wool pillows provide outstanding neck and head support whilst retaining a soft wool feel that resists flattening and bounces back easily after use. Wool draws moisture away from the skin and helps the body maintain a steady temperature – never too hot or cold; and it’s also antibacterial and hypoallergenic.
3. Memory Foam Pillows
Memory foam pillows are made of a dense, temperature-sensitive sponge-like material that can easily support your back and neck by conforming to your individual body shape. This can help relieve neck pain in your sleep.
4. Latex Pillows
Latex pillows are made from a rubber polymer that returns to shape time after time and offers you unrivalled comfort and support. The latex sponge is very reactive to pressure, but unlike memory foam it has an instant bounce-back. Latex pillows are also hypoallergenic.
5. Synthetic Pillows
Synthetic pillows are man-made, usually polyester. They are hypoallergenic making them ideal for allergy sufferers. However, they have a shorter life span and do not conform to the head and neck as well as other pillows.
6. Orthopedic Pillows
Orthopedic pillows exist in many shapes and materials and are most commonly used to relieve neck and back pain. Some promise to keep their shape or mold and adjust to your head and shoulders, always keeping the spine alignment the number one focus.