I use a PillowMed pillow and it works great. I have had neck surgery and have conditions that may require additional surgery, but with this pillow, I have been able to get good rest and have postponed surgery.”
— Rex H. Orem, UT

Ways to Use Your PillowMed Pillow


Back Sleeping

When you are sleeping on your back, your head should be resting in the aperture. This will allow your head to be near or even touching the mattress. This will keep the head and neck in anatomical position while the neck is supported by the pillow. Benefits from this position may include better breathing, decreased neck discomfort and less snoring.


Side Sleeping

While sleeping on your side, your head should not be in the aperture. This should help keep the neck properly aligned and provide shoulder support. Both sides resemble a common sleeping pillow which provides maximum comfort for the neck.


Stomach Sleeping

This sleep position is the least common due to excessive neck rotation that can cause strain. PillowMed’s patented aperture allows stomach sleepers to sleep in a near perfect posture. While sleeping on your stomach, half of your face should be supported on the pillow while the other half is in the aperture. Your jaw, forehead or both will then be supported by the cushioning. This will keep your face slightly suspended off the mattress allowing you to still breathe while keeping the neck and head in anatomical position.

I had my first night sleeping with the pillow and loved it, my neck had so much support, and woke up with no stiff neck. The one problem was I had to fight my husband for the pillow, time to get him one of his own!”
— Jenna H. Provo, UT