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Slumber Zone is a pillow for the bed that contains three unique head zones for back and side sleepers. These zones, along with the rest of the pillow, have been designed to promote proper spine alignment and neck support, which can cause a person to have a more comfortable sleep. Each of these white pillows with blue piping measures 20 by 28 inches, and it's claimed that each one will fit into a standard queen-sized pillowcase.
The cost of Slumber Zone is $39.99 plus $6.99 shipping, for a total price of $46.98.
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Each pillow's three head zones are filled with comfort flakes that have been sewn in such a way that they'll never bunch or clump up. There are enough flakes in each zone to raise your head up so it's not lying flat, but not enough to make your pillow overstuffed, which can cause the neck to lurch forward. If you prefer to sleep on your back, the middle zone will cradle your head while the whole pillow supports your upper body. On the other hand, if you sleep on your side, either the left or right zone will contour itself to fit the shape of your head and neck, and provide you with support. In the event that you tend to shift sleeping positions, you'll be able to quickly transition from one zone to the next without giving up support or experiencing discomfort.
Without a pillowcase, this type of pillow is fairly attractive, as each one is snow-white with blue piping. However, each one's dimensions will allow you to put it into a queen-sized pillowcase if you'd rather cover your pillow to change its look or avoid stains.
The materials used to create each Slumber Zone pillow are hypoallergenic, so if you're sensitive to allergens, it's highly unlikely that this pillow will cause you to experience an allergic reaction. Other pillows might cause you to wake up with a skin rash or a stuffy nose, but that's virtually out of the question when you use a pillow of this type.
The fabric used to cover each of these pillows is also of a breathable nature, which means that in most cases, the pillow will help keep you cool and dry throughout the night. This, in turn, may help you sleep more soundly since getting hot and sweaty can often cause a person to wake up unexpectedly.
You'll be able to run this pillow through a washing machine and even tumble-dry it, as long as you use a low heat setting while putting it through the dryer. As a result, if you've got these appliances at home, you won't need to worry about getting your pillow dry-cleaned or washing it by hand.
You can expect your Slumber Zone pillow to keep its original shape for up to 10, 000 nights, which is actually the equivalent of about 27 years if you look at it that way. If you change residences during its lifetime, each one is small enough that it won't be extremely difficult for you to transport by vehicle.
Some supportive pillows are designed for back sleepers only, while some will only suit side sleepers, but with this one, you'll be able to sleep comfortably on your back or on either side. As mentioned, you'll also be able to change positions as many times as you'd like during your period of rest without sacrificing comfort.
This pillow will help you avoid sleeping in positions that will hurt or strain your neck, your back or any other part of your body. Therefore, you'll be more likely to wake up feeling good than you would be otherwise, which will give you more energy for the day ahead. Regardless of whether you're going to work, heading to school, or doing chores around the house, you may find that you're far more productive and enthusiastic about your activities than you normally are.
If you sleep in a king or queen-sized bed with a partner, you'll be able to use one of these pillows on your side of the bed without crowding your partner out. Even if each of you would like to use a Slumber Zone pillow while sleeping side-by-side, there'll be enough space. Similarly, if you sleep in a twin bed alone, there will be more than enough space at the top of your bed to comfortably accommodate both the length and width of your pillow.
The Slumber Zone pillow is a great choice for anyone who sleeps on their back or side, but if you sleep on your stomach, it hasn't been designed with you in mind. You could place your head in the center head zone while lying on your stomach, but it may not offer you the same support as it would if you were sleeping on your back. Along the same lines, if you often start out the night sleeping on your side or back, but randomly flip over onto your stomach, this pillow may stop providing you with adequate support.
Unless you're sleeping alone in a double bed, Slumber Zone pillows aren't the best choice. Since a double bed is typically about 53 inches wide, and each of these pillows is 28 inches wide, two of them may not comfortably fit beside each other. If you decide to use one of these pillows in a double bed beside your partner, they may have to use a very small pillow on their side in order to save space.
The success of this type of pillow is dependent upon the fact that each head zone contains specially designed comfort flakes. If these were to fall out, the pillow would no longer be effective, and it would likely be difficult for you to find the same type of flakes to re-stuff the pillow with. Consequently, you'll have to be vigilant about protecting your pillow from rips by keeping it away from sharp objects such as scissors, nail clippers and the claws of dogs or cats.
It's best to use this pillow alone, without other pillows, since other pillows could tilt its head zones in a way that might prevent them from providing you with an optimum level of support. That being said, if you really want to sleep with a stack of pillows instead of just one, make sure that your Slumber Zone pillow is at the top of the stack. If you place it at the bottom or in the middle of a stack, so it's underneath one or more standard pillows, you'll get few (if any) of the benefits its shape has to offer.
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