Like most things, a good night of sleep starts with your head. How do you sleep? Side, Back, Tummy?
The sleep process is all about supporting your body in the right places. Pillow selection is part of your fitting for the perfect bed. Different pillows provide proper support, depending on how you sleep.
Jerome's offers a variety of bedroom pillows for your comfort and needs.
The lavender-infused aromatherapy memory foam pillow provides a calming and rejuvenating sleep. It offers a unique shoulder cutout to align the spine for slide sleepers, and the tapered edge supports neck and back for stomach sleepers. The dual-zone cradles your head while supporting your neck for side, back, and stomach sleepers.
Your bed's pillow plays an integral part in helping keep your spine in the proper position, and they are not just for the head and neck. Your head pillow should support the natural curve of your neck, and it should be comfortable. A bedroom pillow that's too high can put you at risk for muscle strain on your neck, back, and shoulders. By choosing a pillow that keeps your neck aligned with your chest and back, you can minimize the risk of muscle strain. Your bed pillow should be replaced at least once a year and should be adjustable to allow you to sleep in different positions.
In today's market, there are a lot of features and choices for picking the right pillow for your bedroom. If you don't have time to research and review the best pillow for you, our sleep experts at Jerome's Dream Shops will be happy to assist and guide you in picking the right pillow for your needs.
There are several things to consider when you are ready to replace your bed pillows.
It's not uncommon to get too warm in our beds at night. You may ask, why is that?
Well, this is because our body temperature drops during sleep, and this temperature drop signals the body to release heat to the surrounding area. So if you pile on several blankets or dress too warmly for bedtime, you make wake toasty and perspiring.
Jerome's Cool-Tech Pillow is made with cooling arctic gel memory foam. The outer cover made with Cool tech fabric feels cool to the touch, while the filling is molded memory foam for that preferred firm feel.
Cooler body temperature signals our brain to settle down and prepare for sleep. In contrast, higher body temperature sends cues to our minds to be more alert. In short, when our body releases heat to bring our temperature down, it's setting us up for a night of great sleep.
Helpful tips: by taking a hot bath an hour or so before bed, you will raise your body temperature initially, but then when you get out of the tub, your body cools down, getting the body ready for bed. Keep the temperature of your room between 60-67 degrees to optimize the sleeping experience. Use cooling pillows. If you prefer pajamas, wear breathable fabrics, like cotton, linen, or bamboo hybrids. Stay away from polyester, spandex, and rayon that trap heat and moisture against your skin.