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Waking Up With A Sore Neck? Try This Simple Pillow Trick


Waking up with a sore neck is definitely no fun. 

Sleep is a vital pillar of health and wellness, and if you don’t get enough quality rest, guess what? 

You’re going to suffer from a lack of energy the next day.

This can produce a negative snowball effect that makes you more and more tired as the days go on—and as you build up a more and more significant sleep debt.

Listen, it isn’t always easy to get a great night’s sleep in this noisy, hectic, distracting modern world. 

However, at the very least, you can set yourself up for success by making sure that your linens and sleeping gear are up to the task—and this all starts with your pillow.

If you’ve been waking up with a sore neck, and are starting to question whether or not your pillow is doing a great enough job of supporting your head during the night, well, we’ve got news for you. 

This experiment may just yield a beneficial solution to the problem. 

Here are the steps to take to test it out. 

1. Get Rid Of Your Pillows

The first step to utilize in this ‘dynamic pillow switch trick’ is to just get rid of your pillows altogether.

This may seem like a radical idea at first, but hear us out. 

More and more often, we’re hearing that when people get rid of their pillows and try this one simple trick, it makes a huge difference for their quality of rest and cutting back on that neck soreness they feel the next morning.

2. Find A Comfortable Medium-Sized Blanket

For best results, make sure that this blanket is fresh, heavy-duty, and comfortable. 

Some people really liked those fleece blankets for this purpose. 

You could also try a wool blanket or even a heavier comforter.

3. Fold It Up To Be Pillow-Sized

Once you select the perfect blanket, fold it up so that it’s about the same size and height as a pillow.

Keep in mind that you don’t want it to be too thick. 

You want it to be relatively flat when you lay it on your bed. 

But, you do want it to be thick enough that it can support your head and keep it elevated a couple of inches above the mattress

4. Sleep On The Blanket Instead Of A Pillow

Once you have the blanket folded up into a nice little square, it’ll be time to lay your head down on it and use it like a pillow.

At first, it may feel flatter than usual. It may also feel a little bit stiffer than usual, but both of these are good things.

See, part of the reason for why pillows sometimes hurt your neck is because they can just be too fluffy and thick. 

They feel comfortable at first—but they can also fail to support the head and neck with enough stiffness to really prevent those neck aches.

But this trick can help to eliminate that problem.

If you experiment with this trick and find that it actually works, then there’s a good chance that your pillows may have been the culprit in those neck pains all along.


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