Any woman who has ever expe­ri­enced all the incon­ve­niences asso­ci­at­ed with preg­nan­cy will con­firm that find­ing a com­fort­able posi­tion dur­ing sleep is not an easy task. And the longer the term, the less time left before child­birth, the more uncom­fort­able the bed seems, and insom­nia makes you toss and turn more and more often. There is a way out — buy­ing a spe­cial acces­so­ry.


  1. Dif­fi­cul­ties of choice
  2. When sleep is fun
  3. Con­sult your doc­tor
  4. Qual­i­ty is above all
  5. How to sleep with a preg­nan­cy pil­low?
  6. It’s impor­tant to know!

Difficulties of choice

The rea­son for rest­less sleep, or even its absence, may be dis­com­fort and dis­com­fort dur­ing the adop­tion of posi­tions that pre­vi­ous­ly seemed com­fort­able. One way to solve this prob­lem can be to buy a spe­cial pil­low for sleep­ing. But using it incor­rect­ly will not bring relief, but will only aggra­vate the sit­u­a­tion. There­fore, it is worth fig­ur­ing out how to use a pil­low for preg­nant women cor­rect­ly. Not all pil­lows are equal­ly com­fort­able. The rea­son for this can be not only the poor qual­i­ty of mate­ri­als and tai­lor­ing of the prod­uct, but also an incor­rect­ly select­ed mod­el. Exper­i­ment at home by rolling a large blan­ket tight­ly into a roll. Try to get com­fort­able by plac­ing it under your stom­ach, head, shoul­ders and back. As soon as you feel that it has become eas­i­er for the body to endure the cho­sen pos­es, the mus­cles have stopped pulling, and the load on the spine has decreased, care­ful­ly get out of the result­ing “nest”. Now you have a rough idea of ​​what kind of pil­low for preg­nant women you need.

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When sleep is fun

Before buy­ing a prod­uct, get acquaint­ed with its char­ac­ter­is­tics, for this it is not at all nec­es­sary to spend time shop­ping, espe­cial­ly since doing this in a posi­tion is not only tir­ing, but also dan­ger­ous. You can choose the appro­pri­ate option on the web­site of the online store “Dream­catch­er”, in the sec­tion “cat­a­log of pil­lows for preg­nant women”. An addi­tion­al bonus to the order will be the prompt deliv­ery of couri­ers to the door, which is rel­e­vant for res­i­dents of Moscow and the Moscow region. Dis­cuss the qual­i­ty of mate­ri­als with the man­ag­er dur­ing the order­ing process and, if every­thing suits you, you can buy an acces­so­ry.

There are a num­ber of prob­lems that can have sim­i­lar effects to dis­com­fort in the posi­tion of the body dur­ing sleep, symp­toms. These can be nutri­tion­al imbal­ances, neu­ro­log­i­cal prob­lems, or vas­cu­lar dis­eases. In any case, they must be iden­ti­fied and treat­ed. And the soon­er the bet­ter. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, in this case, the pur­chase of a pil­low is unlike­ly to help you, but it may help alle­vi­ate the painful con­di­tion.

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Consult your doctor

Before buy­ing a pil­low, you can and should con­sult with your doc­tor. Describe to him the nature of the pain that occurs, tell him if swelling occurs in the morn­ing and if there is increased pres­sure after sleep or dur­ing falling asleep. A pro­fes­sion­al look at the prob­lem will help iden­ti­fy the most sen­si­tive areas that need addi­tion­al sup­port. Per­haps you just need a small cush­ion to com­fort­ably accom­mo­date your grow­ing tum­my, or maybe you need a G‑shaped mod­el or a horse­shoe pil­low to sup­port your entire spine. In the con­sul­ta­tion, you will be advised how to lie on a preg­nant pil­low in order to alle­vi­ate your con­di­tion.

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Quality is above all

It is worth dwelling on the issue of choos­ing a qual­i­ty acces­so­ry. Today’s mar­ket offers many options for prod­ucts, includ­ing those for preg­nant and nurs­ing moth­ers. But not all man­u­fac­tur­ers are con­cerned about com­pli­ance with the nec­es­sary stan­dards. The result of using a low-qual­i­ty prod­uct can be a severe aller­gic reac­tion, dete­ri­o­ra­tion, and even poi­son­ing.

  • The use of a pil­low for preg­nant women should be only on con­di­tion that it is made of nat­ur­al mate­ri­als and syn­thet­ic fillers that do not have a pun­gent odor, do not decom­pose dur­ing use and do not cause aller­gies.
  • All seams should be stitched in such a way that they do not exert the slight­est pres­sure on the body dur­ing sleep.
  • Main­te­nance of the mate­r­i­al should be as sim­ple as pos­si­ble. When wash­ing, the fab­ric should not be deformed or stretched.
  • Spe­cial require­ments are imposed on the elas­tic­i­ty and rigid­i­ty of the prod­uct. Depend­ing on per­son­al pref­er­ences, you should choose soft pil­lows filled with syn­thet­ic swan down or options with a more elas­tic “fill­ing” that have a mas­sage effect and well sup­port the body in the select­ed posi­tion.

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How to sleep with a pregnancy pillow?

Your preg­nan­cy pil­low has final­ly arrived, how to use it so that sleep becomes a joy?

  1. Most mod­els are designed for one pose — on the side. In this posi­tion, it opti­mal­ly sup­ports the neck. To do this, rest your head on the round­ed top so that the cer­vi­cal spine is on the roller itself. The pil­low is wide enough to fit your head com­fort­ably. The round­ed shape of the upper part allows you to relax your shoul­ders and tho­racic spine.
  2. The main task of the pil­low for preg­nant women is to reduce pres­sure on the spine in the lum­bar region caused by the weight of the fetus. Arrange the stom­ach by plac­ing a roller of the out­er hemi­sphere or the longest part of the acces­so­ry under it. Mus­cles will stop pulling.
  3. Place one leg com­fort­ably under the pil­low cush­ion, and place the oth­er on it. The elas­tic filler will not allow the legs to touch, reduc­ing the pres­sure on the mus­cles and blood ves­sels. A light mas­sage effect will avoid stag­na­tion of blood and lymph in the low­er extrem­i­ties. Remem­ber to switch sides from time to time, so you will reduce pres­sure on the joints and elim­i­nate the occur­rence of swelling.
  4. Most mod­els that have a round or horse­shoe shape per­fect­ly sup­port the back mus­cles, allow­ing them to relax as much as pos­si­ble. Thus, the over­all load on the mus­cu­loskele­tal sys­tem is sig­nif­i­cant­ly reduced.

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It’s important to know!

Even hav­ing this acces­so­ry at your dis­pos­al and know­ing how to sleep on a pil­low for preg­nant women, you should not neglect the rec­om­men­da­tions of doc­tors regard­ing manda­to­ry exer­cis­es to main­tain the body, wear­ing sup­port­ing ban­dages, as well as diets that reduce the risk of pos­si­ble com­pli­ca­tions. Not a sin­gle, even the most high-qual­i­ty pil­low will help to avoid swelling, if before going to bed you allowed your­self an extra liter of water or juice, or did not fol­low your pos­ture, weight and load.


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