MediFlowIs your pillow a source of discomfort when you wish it would be a source of relief? Do you have troubles positoning yourself just perfect to allieviate stress on your neck? These are common problems, and problems that I used to experience nightly. That is until I started using Pillows For Neck Pain such as the Mediflow Water Pillow. You are able to fill the pillow to the fullness you want using regular tap water if you live in the city, and by adding a cap of bleach if you use well water. By controlling the water level, you can control the firmness of your pillow. You can even tailor it like an exact science (like I did) adding and subtracting water until I had just the right feel.

Pillows For Neck Pain

Pillows for Neck Pain To fill the Mediflow Pillow you just add water to the top and then smooth it down. It is fairly easy, and you can do it alone with the help of a sturdy chair. It seems strange to use water in your pillow, but when you think about it, the water adapts to the curvature of your spine allowing your vertebrae to align perfectly.

The Mediflow® Waterbase® pillow has a soft, hypoallergenic fiber filling supported by an easy-to-fill water pouch. This water base pillow provides you with the most luxurious, rejuvenating sleep of your life. If you are searching for a neck pain pillow that has been clinically shown to greatly reduce tossing and turning, Mediflow® has the answer.

After sleeping with my Mediflow pillow, I can see why this is one the most sought after pillows for neck pain on the market. I woke up in the morning with a not-so-stiff neck, which is not my norm. I am really thrilled with the results of such a great pillow which is sold at the affordable price of $39.99. You should check out the other products Mediflow carries such as Anti-Allergen Pillowcase covers and Logicback support.

You can win a Mediflow Pillow for yourself at Kobiso.

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Jennifer is a Mommy blogger, social media lover, world traveler, food dabbler, and a #tech hoarder who fills her down time with her three boys in sunny Florida

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