Now that you have your pillow shape and spines, you need to ensure that the pillow is well positioned.
Spines are at the heart of the pillow, and positioning them correctly can have a dramatic effect on how the pillows comfort you.
When positioning your pillow properly, you can have the best possible result.
Here’s what to look for: When you sit in your favorite chair, look for a pillow that sits flat against your back and is comfortable to sit on.
Make sure the pillow rests against your spine and has enough padding to keep the spine from rolling down the length of the chair.
For best results, check out a pillow with a higher center of gravity.
Also, if you have a chair that is too narrow or tall, try positioning the pillow in a slightly higher or lower position to create the illusion of a wider spine.
For an even better result, you might consider using a cushioned pillow, such as a double-sleeved pillow or a pillow with a softer cushion.
Spine correction pillows are also a good choice for couples, who might find that they have to sit at different heights to have the same pillow position.
When using a pillow, make sure it doesn’t roll across the spine and hits your spine.
If it does, you’ll have to add more padding or adjust the pillow for proper positioning.
If you need more help choosing a pillow to use, check with your doctor to find out if there’s a better option.
For more information on pillow care, check Out The Pillow Book.