The PERFECT Pillow

So, I haven’t been doing a lot of product reviews lately because I have just not had the time.  But, today I am playing catch-up.  I posted on nickjr.com earlier because that site has been a life saver since my nephew came to stay with us.  With all the educational games and videos it has been a great incentive for him.  A few months ago (yes, I am embarassingly late in posting this) Tempur-Pedic sent me two pillows to review. 

If anyone knows how important a good night’s sleep is it is my hubby and I.  Mike gets up at 3:30am to commute 90 miles to work.  He goes to bed between 9pm and 10pm each night.  With multiple sclerosis, fatigue is a daily part of my life.  Not to mention the fact that I need my beauty sleep =)

We received two Tempur-Pedic pillows, the Comfort Pillow and the Neck Pillow.  I tried both and quickly fell in looove with the comfort pillow.  Hubby uses the neck pillow and is perfecly satisfied with it!

So, let me tell you, without gushing too much, what I looove about the Comfort pillowthumbs_comfort20pillow1

  • The pillow is temperature and weight sensitive.  I get hot very easily and that has not been an issue for me using this pillow.  The pillow is engineered to adjust to even slight differences in your body temperature.  This pillow helps me stay cool at night.
  • The pillow contours to how I am sleeping that night.  I tend to thrash around like I’m having a seizure move around a lot in my sleep.  This pillow allows you to shape, roll and fluff for your personalized comfort.  I have not had a stiff neck since I started using this pillow.
  • The pillow cover is removable.  This is an allergy friendly pillow for sure.  The cover is removable and washable as well as resistant to allergens and dust mites.

I highly recommend the Tempur-Pedic line of pillows for anyone that wants to get a better night’s sleep.  The ONLY con is that the Comfort Pillow is not light so I can’t take it with me when I travel.  Here’s hoping they have comfortable pillows at BlogHer.

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