Neck Pillows

Orthopaedic neck pillows can help you improve the quality of sleep you get and relieve pain from lying down at night. Designed to conform to your neck and head to provide the right support, they make for a comfortable sleep and come in a range of styles to easily suit your needs. At Physiosupplies, we stock a range of the best neck pillows in Ireland so you can get the support you need.

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Choosing the orthopaedic neck pillow for you

Since these pillows provide support to your neck and head while you are sleeping to help reduce pain in your spine and neck, many come in the form of memory foam pillows. They contour to your body, giving you the support that you need where you need it the most and making for an extremely comfortable sleep.

Whether you are going abroad or on a long journey, it can be difficult to get a good night’s sleep. This is why travel neck pillows are a popular choice. The orthopaedic pillows fit snuggly around your neck to support your head as you sleep, meaning that you won’t wake up with any pain or discomfort.

Here at Physiosupplies, we are proud to be 100% Irish owned and we want to help you get the most from your order. If you have any questions about the items we stock or about shipping, contact us today for honest and professional advice.


Does a neck pillow really work?

Neck pillows provide support when sleeping to ensure that your neck is in the correct position. When your neck is properly aligned as you sleep, you’ll find sleep is much more comfortable, that your rest is improved, and that any neck or back pain you have is reduced.


Is it safe to sleep with a neck pillow?

Yes. Orthopaedic neck pillows have been designed for use when sleeping. They support your body to ensure that your neck and spine are correctly positioned, reducing pain and stress on the joints and muscles.


What is the purpose of a neck pillow?

Memory foam pillows are designed to provide good cervical support to relieve neck pain and improve rest. By aligning and supporting the upper part of the backbone, you will experience a better rest and find that any pain is reduced.


What is the best neck position for sleeping?

Sleeping on your front is one of the worst positions to adopt when sleeping, as this puts strain on your back and neck. While side sleeping is good, sleeping on your back is best. Having a flatter cushion underneath your head means that there will be a straight line from the top of your head and down your spine, reducing strain and stress on the joints.


What is the proper way to use a travel neck pillow?

Travel neck pillows, especially the orthopaedic variety, are excellent for use on planes or trains. However, many find that the best way to use one is to place it so that the gap is at the back of the neck. Your head can rest against the backrest, while the pillow tucks under your chin and the sides of your head to support you even if your head droops.

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