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sleeping on the floor..

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created January 21, 2013 at 2:55 AM

asked this a little earlier.. just had one more question

is their a type of pillow i should use for floor sleeping? i have neck issues and i was thinking sleeping with a pillow on the floor might over elevate my neck in comparison to my spine?

should i look for an ultra thin pillow?

let me know !

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on January 21, 2013
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This is a good answer.

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Unless you plan on sleeping on your back all night you're going to want a feather pillow. Source:personal experience, slept on the floor for a few months.

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on January 21, 2013
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That depends on your natural sleeping position: Back, side, or stomach?

I found that by sleeping on the floor, I wound up sleeping on my back more often than not, even though I am usually a side sleeper. I'm also sensitive to what pillow I use because I will toss and turn if I have the slightest neck discomfort. I use a contour foam pillow so that my head is not tilted down towards my chin, and it works for both side and back sleeping. Japanese pillows are often small and flat, and filled with buckwheat husks. You might give one of those a try. Most stores have a 30-day return policy so if you aren't happy with your pillow you can return it or exchange it for another kind.

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This is a good answer.

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