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Sleep better with a Flexi Pillow


Have you ever used the excuse, “I must’ve slept wrong,” to explain your inconvenient neck pains in the morning? It may actually be true, as sleeping the wrong way often leaves us with muscle aches, cramps and tightness especially around the neck, back and shoulder areas.

When a person sleeps the wrong way, it affects the vital body circuitry, which is housed in the neck. This circuitry connects your brain to your body, passing through the spine, nerves, arteries, veins and airways like the esophagus. Any discomfort in these parts can definitely put a damper on anyone’s day.

A Chiropractic orthopedic pillow can improve the sleeping ability of an individual because of the comfort it provides. It cradles the neck and keeps the head in a neutral position; compared to regular pillows, which give elevation to the neck from the shoulder and can result in a stiff neck the next morning. Nothing can help a person have a good night sleep more than having a very comfortable pillow for the head to rest on.

A Chiropractic orthopedic pillow whether memory foam or latex gently adjusts to the curves of your head and neck. It is engineered specifically to contour to your neck and head, maintaining a smooth and even support ensuring proper alignment while you rest.

At our Wellness Centre, we have an excellent range of “Flexi Pillows” options for you to choose from. Flexi pillows are available in Premium Memory foam or Latex materials. The pillows are height adjustable, available in a variety of firmness, contoured and complete with a bamboo fibre washable cover. Flexi pillows are suitable for both side and back sleeping. These chiropractic pillows have a supportive design which ensures the right posture while you sleep.

Waking from a good night’s sleep can have a dramatic affect on your physical wellbeing and ultimately improve your overall mental and emotional health.

Come in and explore our range today.

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