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Bamboo Memory Foam Pillow
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Down Surround Pillow By Phase 2
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Breeze Air Latex Pillow By Jason
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2pk Family Pillow By Jason
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PILLOWS, SLEEP AND YOU IN AUSTRALIA
Pillows are an essential element of our sleep lives. Sleep, well it's something we do every single night. As a matter of fact, we spend an average of 23 years of our lives sleeping! Our body needs to unwind after the day's activities, and sleep, is mother nature’s wonderful solution. As we kick back and get ready to hit the sack, we unintentionally assure that the environment is perfect. The pillows, the sheets, the quilts and the mattress all combine to support our bodies for the perfect night’s sleep. In conjunction with these essentials, we improve the support system by customizing our bed with mattress toppers, mattress protectors, pillow protectors and other bed linen accessories. Every single element in the bedroom enhances the mood for the soothing effect our bodies crave. Melbourne, your pillows matter.


YOUR BODY ACHES FOR THE BEST PILLOW (literally)
Pillows are one of the most cardinal prerequisites for the perfect snooze. The shape and the filling of the pillow all depend on you! Why is it essential to ensure that you have the “perfect“ pillow. It's simple. The right pillow will help relieve your body's aches and pains, it will correct your neck and spinal postures, it will alleviate breathing / snoring issues and most importantly it will help soothe your body and muscles.


THE PILLOW STRUCTURE AND YOUR POSTURE
While buying a pillow online, your sleep posture is a critical deciding factor when it comes to selecting your pillow’s fill structure/ density. If you sleep on your stomach, a softer pillow will embrace your face as if it were cuddled in the clouds. On the contrary if you, like most people, sleep on your back or side (or even toss n turn all night), you need a pillow to be firm yet snug hence complementing your head and upper body's form.


PILLOW SHAPES THAT WORK FOR YOU
Pillows can be broadly classified as contoured pillows and the classic pillows. Contoured pillows are shaped to embrace the body. The variations include U shaped, V shaped, neck pillows, wedge shaped, body pillows and the therapeutic pillows, just to name a few. The commonly referred pillow, when it comes to contoured pillows, is the therapeutic pillows which are slightly raised on one side and dips in at the center. They are designed to relieve the body of concerns like headaches, insomnia, shoulder pains and sleep apnea. The classic pillows are the ones commonly found with a convex shape, being fuller in the center. They are used by the majority of the population and come in numerous fillings.


PILLOW FILLINGS - THE TRANQUILLISER
While Online pillow shopping, when we discuss the type of pillow, we are actually conferring to the fillings of the pillows. The fillings may be natural or synthetic. With time the fillings used by man have changed markedly. Nowadays, the commonly used natural fillings include wool, cotton, latex- natural rubber, feather/ down, buckwheat and even water. Synthetic fillings include foam, memory foam, rubber, polyester, microbead, synthetic fibers and gel. Every filling has its own unique properties to help make sleep better. It’s up to you to choose the pillow fillings that meet your sleep requirements and habits. Some of the characteristics include hypoallergenicity, ventilation, temperature regulation, ease of cleaning, flame resistance, durability, shape maintenance, flexibility, cost, softness and support of course.


THE PILLOWS OF OUR LIVES
Pillows are used in various settings in our lives and around our homes. Decor and pillows inevitably go hand in hand. They are a budget cheap way to perk up the room whether on the bed as classic pillows or on sofas and armchairs as cushions. A bedding ensemble, with all its glory, is made most welcoming by pillows (and lots of them). To create the perfect ambience, the display of European pillows are of the essence. Although they are mostly for decorative purposes, the European pillows seem to create the stage for soft furnishings. They are however used to cushion the back whilst reading or sitting up in bed. Body pillows are designed to support the back and the front of the body as one sleeps on the side. This is a common posture advised by doctors, especially during pregnancy. Breastfeeding pillows or cushions are designed to support the mother and the baby as the child acquires is nourishment. Bolsters are long narrow pillows, essentially for decorative purposes, with of course the additional benefit of support for the back and neck.


LATEST TRENDS IN PILLOWS
Memory foam pillows, bamboo pillows, eucalyptus fiber pillows are some the latest trend fillings. Technology savvy pillows like remote pillows, phone pillows, musical pillows, camera pillows and alarm pillows are all something to look forward it.


PECULIAR PILLOWS FACTS
1.In the early days of civilization people are known to have used stone, wood, porcelain, feathers and even reeds for their “head rests”.
2. History reveals that pillows were originally used only by the elite of the time. Pillows and people have changed since then, for the better.
3. According to a research, approximately one third of a pillows weight, in a 2 year pillow life, will comprise of dead skin cells, saliva, makeup, bugs, dust mites and their droppings.
4. Pillows should be cleaned every 6 months. They can be dry cleaned or washed.
5. Pillows can be recycled to make craft projects, floor cushions, pet beds, garden kneeling pillows and even as packing fillers.
6. Pillow protectors will help prevent all the nasties going into your pillow. And they're easier to wash. It's a solid investment.
7. International pillow fight day has been celebrated worldwide since 2008. People flock to pre decided venues across the world and have (yes you guessed it!) a pillow fight. It even has some rules.

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