The bed, the tempurpedic pillow and the mattresses that people use all have profound effect on health, experts announced after Shanghai Daily reported how bad effects of wrong sleeping postures can be minimized or even prevented with the right kind of tempurpedic pillow.
“Few are aware that one's sleeping posture also plays an important role in overall health,” reported Shanghai Daily.
Poor sleeping posture stretches the back out and pushes the chest, arms and neck in. This causes the muscles on the affected parts of the body to tighten up, resulting to painful neck and back, and an overall feeling of tiredness and fatigued once the person is awaked. Poor sleeping postures can also block the airways when sleeping, causing the sufferer to snore and even experience sleep apnea, which is a sleep disorder characterized by pauses in breathing.
The tricky thing about poor sleeping posture is that it cannot be remedied by simply advising a patient about the right sleeping position or posture. The patients will always revert back to the position or posture that they are used to once they lose their consciousness.
Experts agree that the best way to manage poor sleeping posture is to give patients tempurpedic pillow that will provide the right support and will reduce the untoward effects of poor sleeping posture such as the Shredded Memory Foam Pillow.
The Shredded Memory Foam Pillow can help minimize snoring, sleep apnea, and painful neck and back by providing the optimum support and comfort in sleep. The Shredded Memory Foam Pillow has memory foam that adapts itself to the position of the body. It reshapes and molds itself to properly accommodate the unique posture that the body and the joints assume when asleep. It is soft enough to provide a comfortable cushion to the body’s pressure points, but firm enough to support and disperse the body’s weight.
While postural problems cannot be corrected overnight, its long term effects can be effectively remedied by the Shredded Memory Foam Pillow, the pillow recommended by experts.