When you have a comfortable bed to sleep in, then all that is missing is a comfortable pillow to sleep with. Pillow is an integral part of our sleep as it helps to give support to our shoulders and neck, also the spine. And getting a good night’s sleep is very important for the next day.

There are a variety of pillows available to choose from. And they have also become innovative over a period of time. So we have provided details of the best pillows that you can buy for yourself.

1. Feather pillows

1. Feather pillows
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Feather pillows are very comfortable and soft and give your body very good support. The feathers that are used in this kind of pillows are small in size and are highly curled, strong as carbon fiber, as they are naturally made.

2. Down pillows

2. Down pillows
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If your head wants to rest on the softest pillows possible, then down pillows are a good option. Apart from being soft, they are very gentle to touch. They are made from the fluffy undercoat of birds. Therefore, the down pillows are puffy, known for the feeling of luxury associated with them. These pillows are very light in weight and cozy to sleep on, but they don’t provide a good support.

3. Memory foam pillows

3.Memory foam pillows
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Memory foam pillows are the ones that take care of you. They provide you with a very comfortable sleep as the pillow adjusts to your individual body. It gives your shoulders, neck, and head very good support. They adjust themselves as you move. These pillows come in a huge variety of sizes and shapes and are designed in such a way that they bounce back to their original shape at different speeds.

4. Microbead pillows

4. Microbead pillows
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The microbead pillows are made of tiny beads which are called unexpanded polystyrene (EPS). These EPS beads help your body with hard support. All the travel neck pillows contain microbeads inside them.

5. Buckwheat pillows

5. Buckwheat pillows
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If you want something very natural and plant-based, then you can go for buckwheat pillows. They are filled with husks of buckwheat seeds. These seeds provide hard support to the shoulders and neck.

6. Sleep apnea pillows

6. Sleep apnea pillows
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Sleep apnea pillows are the kind of pillows that are designed to accommodate the octopus tubes and cords of the CPAP machine. These pillows are made up of polyester fiber and sometimes foam also. You can always try once to check if you are comfortable with this or not.

7. Neck pillows

7. Neck pillows
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This kind of pillows are made with baffle, which means they are specifically designed to support your spine so that automatically your head and neck are well-positioned for a comfortable sleep.

8. Body pillows

8. Body pillows
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Body pillows are for cuddles. You can cuddle up a body pillow and sleep. They are long pillows of around 54 inches which can be placed easily between the legs for the support of hip and lower back. They are a good option if you wanna snuggle and sleep. Body pillows are recommended for the women who are pregnant as they prove to be a lifesaver.

9. Lumbar pillows

9. Lumbar pillows
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Lumbar pillows are best for back pain. They help you get the apt support that you require for your lower back.

10. Wedge pillows

10. Wedge pillows
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Wedge pillows are triangular in shape. They are useful for providing support to various body parts. Wedge pillows are made up of foam or polyester fiberfill and sometimes with the combination of both. These are recommended for reading in bed as they provide a proper upper body hold up to help ease the acid reflux inside. This pillow also helps you elevate your legs and feet so that you can get a relief from the discomfort of varicose veins. They are also considered to be perfect for pregnant women as they can help them prop up the belly properly when they are in there second or third trimesters.

11. Latex pillows

11. Latex pillows
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Latex pillow is made from latex that is extracted from a rubber tree known as Hevea-Brasiliensis tree. This is one of the most used pillow fillings as it gives a very soft and supportive quality to the pillow and lasts long. And make sure that when you buy the pillow, it is labeled with 100% natural latex as then it will be polyurethane free. Latex pillow may not be suitable for the ones who are allergic to latex, also it is less breathable.

12. Adjustable pillows

12. Adjustable pillows
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As the name says, these pillows can be adjusted according to our comfort and therefore can be filled with any type of filling and made of any size and shape. This pillow is good for allowing us to sleep in the way we want to. The only problem with an adjustable pillow is that it can be messy sometimes as a lot of hygiene is needed while removing and filling up the pillow inside.

13. Water pillows

13. Water pillows
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A water pillow is filled up with water inside. The best thing about these is that they help you maintain the consistency no matter whatever pressure you apply. Also, they are good for every type of person with no worries of triggering any allergies. The only issue with them is that they can get leaky and ruin your mattress.

14. Gel pillows

14. Gel pillows
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Gel pillows are a lot similar to water pillows. Just like water pillows are filled with water, these are made up of gel. The gel keeps the pillow cool and consistent and doesn’t allow the pillow to flatten and also helps to remold or reshape the pillow in the way we are comfortable.

15. Cotton pillows

15. Cotton pillows
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Just like cotton bedding, cotton pillows also exist. They are filled in with cotton and covered with a piece of cotton fabric. Many benefits are associated with cotton pillows. They are naturally absorbent and hypoallergic which makes them safe for everyone. The only issue is that you need to clean it regularly so that dust mites and molds don’t get inside. And as cotton compresses, it might flatten over a period of time.

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