CervAlign Fiber-Filled cervical pillow from Core Products - Now with a new feature - indented center improves neck support for back sleeping, all while maintaining comfortable surface for side sleeping.
This pillow from Core Products provides optimum cervical support. This versatile pillow provides both comfort and support through the full range of treatment. The unique, curved cervical lobe provides excellent support, placing your neck in the appropriate position for cervical correction.
As an added bonus, the CervAlign pillow also functions well as a conventional pillow by simply rotating the support lobe away from the neck. The large upper pillow section gently cradles your head with down-like comfort. Use the side of the pillow for normal sleeping comfort or to help your body adjust to sleeping on the cervical lobe.
Covered with highest quality, 230 thread-count fabric for maximum comfort and durability. recommended for back and side sleeping. This is a Standard size pillow with a 6" Lobe. Pillow Dimensions: 24" x 16" (61cm x 41cm).
Benefits of the CervAlign Pillow
- For Back and Side Sleeping
- Curved cervical lobe follows the neckline maintaining proper neck support as you roll from your back to your side.
- Curved design allows for shoulder comfort with mild neck extension.
- Large upper pillow section provides normal sleeping comfort.
Natural pain relief
Cervical pillows, like the CervAlign pillow, are a natural, drug-free way to help correct and maintain neck curvature, providing the proper sleeping posture needed to help alleviate headaches, neck strains, arthritis and other ailments. They accomplish this by providing comfort and helping support the head and neck in their most natural , neutral position. A proper sleeping posture can provide relief from, and help prevent, nerve pressure and airway blockage (a major cause of snoring), and assist in the recovery from whiplash and other neck injuries.
Most people experience an increase in sleeping comfort within a couple days. Others, however, may require up to two weeks before the neck and back muscles adjust to their proper position.