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Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Review:Sleep2o Pillow

I was recently sent a Sleep20 Water Pillow for review. I was excited to see how it would stand up to my oh-so-amazing pillow  with a bamboo insert that I have been sleeping with all year. I absolutely love that thing!

I have been struggling with severe Scoliosis for about 3 years now. I have a HUGE bone that is right in the middle of my neck. It is a lot bigger than the others and can become very painful. Especially if I read a lot, work on the computer, or try and sew.

So my pillow has to provide that extra needed comfort that I can’t get through the day. This pillow really caught my eye because it has an inner water chamber that proportions itself to every head and neck.

When I got this, I filled up the pillow with water (it comes with the attachment necessary to do so). I was afraid it might leak and my whole bed would become soaked! It didn’t though. All the water stayed inside, no leaking.

That night when I went to bed, I carefully laid my head on the pillow. Anxious yet nervous at the same time. I wasn’t sure how it was going to feel. I was immediately impressed. The water instantly molded to my head and neck. It cradled it and kept me from straining my neck from having a too firm or too soft pillow.

I loved the fact that I could adjust the firmness by how much water I put in it. More water= more firmness, Less Water= Less Firm. The water in the pillow is regular tap water, and should be changed out twice a year!

The water is kept in a chamber on the bottom of the pillow with padding over the top and then the cotton fabric outer layer. The water is in a chamber that is engineered for soundless use. The outside of the pillow is made with 100% cotton fabric.

I noticed when I woke up the next morning- I noticed that my neck didn’t hurt as bad. I didn’t have a headache (which I usually do). AND I felt better and more refreshed. Like I’d gotten more sleep with less thrashing and rolling around!

Get back the great night's sleep you remember from childhood with the Sleep2o Pillow. An inner water chamber conforms to every head and neck shape and movement, providing custom support and comfort to help you fall asleep and stay asleep.
Therapeutic Benefits for Neck, Shoulders and Spine
Whether you suffer from the occasional "stiff neck" caused by stress or an ongoing condition such as arthritis, cervical spine injury and associated headaches, a water pillow can help prevent and relieve your pain. The Sleep2o Pillow's inner chamber of water molds to the shape of each individual, keeping the head and neck properly aligned and supported.
Adjusts to Your Optimal Shape and Support
Because the Sleep2o Pillow adapts itself to every shape and movement, it supports every sleeping position from back to side to stomach, and dynamically adapts to changing positions throughout the night. What's more, it can be adjusted for soft, medium or firm support, simply by filling it with more or less water.
Quality Construction for Superior Comfort
The puncture-resistant water chamber is engineered for soundless use with an air expulsion system. Padded with hypo-allergenic polyester fiberfill and covered in 100% cotton fabric, it gives you the familiar feel of a regular pillow.
Easy to Use and Care for
The Sleep2o Pillow uses ordinary tap water -- no chemicals necessary. Changing the water about twice a year is recommended. It measures 28" x 20" to fit standard and queen size pillowcases, and can be machine washed and dried.

BUY IT: You can buy the Sleep2o pillow for only $27.95 on Amazon

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Jessica



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Jessica is the writer behind Sweet Southern Mama. She is the mother of 2 adorable kids- Aidan, 7 and Adisyn, 5. She lives in Kentucky with her fiance and kids. She loves designing blogs, reading, writing, crafting, all things electronic, photography, and spending time with her family.

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