These pil­lows are designed specif­i­cal­ly to make the day­time rest and night­time sleep of preg­nant women com­fort­able and use­ful. They are soft and com­fort­able as they can be rolled and twist­ed to your heart’s con­tent. Due to their large size, these pil­lows will help pro­vide a com­fort­able posi­tion for the whole body.

So, in the last trimester of preg­nan­cy, it becomes espe­cial­ly dif­fi­cult to find a sleep­ing posi­tion, because you can’t sleep either on your stom­ach or on your back. Will help pil­low for preg­nant women, which you can wrap your arms around and arrange a grow­ing bel­ly on it. Such a sleep­ing posi­tion will allow you to unload the spine as much as pos­si­ble, ensure free blood cir­cu­la­tion, and relieve swelling of the arms and legs. You can also place a pil­low at the back by rolling onto your back. If you are in doubt about which posi­tion will best suit your peri­od, then con­sult with the med­ical spe­cial­ist in charge of your preg­nan­cy.

Dur­ing the day, dur­ing the rest, such a cozy pil­low will become an indis­pens­able tool. You can put it under those parts of the body that require the most unload­ing, and relieve ten­sion from the shoul­der, low­er back and neck.

This pil­low will come in handy dur­ing baby feed­ing. To do this, you need to wrap it around your body, plac­ing one end under the back, and the oth­er — on the knees. Thus, you pro­vide sup­port for the back and unload the cer­vi­cal region, shoul­der gir­dle and the entire spine as a whole. Your hands will be free dur­ing feed­ing and you can eas­i­ly trans­fer the baby to the crib or to anoth­er breast. As you know, babies eat often and slow­ly, so a pil­low will help you avoid over­work­ing dur­ing this long process.

When the baby grows up, the pil­low will remain a faith­ful assis­tant — for exam­ple, it will serve as a bar­ri­er for a baby explor­ing a sofa. You can also build a cozy nest for a child who is just start­ing to sit. Learn­ing the most impor­tant motor skills with such a pil­low will become safe and easy, because it is soft and com­fort­able, which means it can play a safe­ty net.

Pil­lows designed specif­i­cal­ly for expec­tant moth­ers can also be used in every­day life. So, they are often called “hugs”, because by embrac­ing them, you will ensure your­self a com­fort­able and healthy sleep in any posi­tion. Also, Japan­ese sci­en­tists have proven that the lack of hugs has a detri­men­tal effect on a per­son, and this incred­i­bly soft pil­low is just able to make up for it, while ensur­ing max­i­mum relax­ation.

By Yraa

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