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The Egg Sleeper is a thick white pillow that's shaped like a small handful of eggs with a groove for your head in the center. It's claimed that if you place two dozens eggs between two of these pillows, and sit on the top one, the pillows are so supportive that the eggs won't break. Although this pillow has a unique shape, it's been designed to fit into any standard pillowcase, and it's also machine washable.
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Before you use your Egg Sleeper pillow, it's best to put it in a pillowcase so any sweat stains, makeup stains or other forms of dirt end up on the case instead of your pillow. If your pillowcase isn't smaller than the standard size, the pillow should slide right in, although you may be able to see a few lumps and bumps once it's in there. You can use this pillow without a case if you really want to, but keep in mind that if you go this route, it may gather dust and dirt.
After your pillow's in its case (if you've decided to use one), position the pillow on your bed in the place where you want your head to rest during sleep. The long side of the pillow that rises a little higher should be closer to the top of your bed, while the long side with the lower groove should be sitting opposite that. Aside from your bed, you can actually set this type of pillow up almost anywhere, such as on a couch or even the floor.
Once your pillow has been set up, it'll be time to lie down and place your head into the round groove in its center. It's not necessary that you stay on your back, as the pillow will accommodate side sleepers and stomach sleepers, too. Almost immediately, after you've laid down and chosen your sleeping position, the pillow will begin to gently conform to the shape of your head and upper body. For virtually all sleepers, this will enhance your comfort level as you sleep, and thereby help you sleep soundly.
Instead of being stuffed with feathers, a semi-hard block of microfiber or traditional sponge, each Egg Sleeper is filled with eight million soft micro-spheres. Taken together, these spheres resemble a bunch of eggs. However, unlike real eggs, they'll cradle and support your head and neck by evenly dispersing the weight of those body parts throughout your entire pillow. Consequently, you'll be unlikely to wake up with the head or neck pain you may experience when using a pillow that allows you to put a lot of weight on one side or corner.
Don't be fooled by the name Egg Sleeper—when you place your head on this pillow, you won't feel as if you've placed it on a group of hard, fragile eggs. In fact, you'll be more likely to feel as if you've set it down on a soft cloud of comfortable material that can support your head, neck, and shoulders throughout the night.
The ergonomic design of this pillow has resulted in the groove in the center that's meant to hold and support the head and neck at an ideal height for sleep. Meanwhile, the higher curves that surround this groove will help keep your head and neck in this ideal position so they don't wiggle about and become stiff or sore. If you were to turn this pillow upside down, you wouldn't get the same benefits since its curves wouldn't come in contact with your body in the same places.
Some pillows will trap air as you use them, making you hot and sweaty while you sleep, but this one is so well-ventilated that it won't do that. Therefore, if you go to bed feeling cool and dry, you'll wake up in the same state after using your Egg Sleeper. You may not feel the urgent need to hurry to the shower and wash off excess sweat if that's something you normally do.
Feather pillows are often chosen for their comfort, but they're a strong allergy trigger for some individuals. Fortunately, the materials that make up each Egg Sleeper pillow are highly unlikely to trigger any allergic reactions.
You'll be able to safely wash this pillow in a washing machine whenever you want to, instead of having it dry cleaned or washing it by hand. It's best to let it air-dry, though, since whether it's dryer safe is something that hasn't been specified. Due to the fact that it's so well-ventilated, you might find that you don't have to wash it quite as often as you do other pillows, especially if you keep it in a case.
If you suffer from arthritis or headaches, or any type of muscular pain, the Egg Sleeper pillow will likely help relieve that or even eliminate it altogether. By putting your head and neck in a good position that promotes the elimination of pain, it'll naturally urge you to keep your entire body in a position that promotes comfort. Plus, if your head and neck feel fine but you've got pain in your legs, you may want to get a second one of these pillows to rest your legs on while you sleep.
Some other types of supportive pillows, such as body pillows, can disturb a partner if you use one while sleeping with them. The Egg Sleeper pillow is no bigger than a standard one, though—just a different shape—so it won't get in your partner's way at all. If both you and your partner want to use one of these pillows, you can each set one up on your side of the bed and increase your likelihood of sleeping steadily throughout the night. With both of you sleeping soundly, there will be little chance of either of you waking the other up!
Some of the curves found on each Egg Sleeper pillow are so thick that you might find that you don't need to sleep with two or more pillows, even if you did before. However, if you'd still prefer to stack your pillows, this might not be the ideal pillow choice for you, as all of these can be difficult to stack. If you were to attempt to stack them, their curves might cause them to slide off of each other, especially if you toss and turn even a little bit while sleeping.
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