Did you know that the average person tosses and turns up to an amazing 100 times per night? So much for getting that much needed shut-eye. People toss and turn from one position to another mainly to relieve pressure points, which occur at various points along the body, where you come in contact with your mattress.
Back sleepers are likely to experience pressure points on the back of the head, along both shoulder blades, on hip bones and heels. For those of us who sleep on our sides, shoulders and hips tend to take the brunt of the pressure, but ears, cheekbones, knees and anklebones can suffer too.
If you’re one of these people who can’t get comfortable at night, you may want to reconsider what you’re sleeping on. The average coil-spring mattress should last about 10 years, although many people keep their mattress and box spring sets much longer. If you’re one of them, chances are that your mattress is worn out and could very well be the culprit.
However, new research indicates that a simple change of pillow might help more than a change in mattress, if the pillow is constructed using the most supportive materials without adding to your sleep problems. In an effort to find a comfortable pillow, many people sacrifice support for overall comfort which can be a terrible mistake. There are a number of pillow options today. However, most people make the mistake of buy it and try it and then buy it again, until they find one that works. The real challenge in the current market has to do with the next purchase. Because pillows are merchandised, it is very difficult if not impossible to find the same pillow to purchase from one purchase to the next.
Ok, so we find a pillow that works and sad to say, we cannot find the same pillow in a few months, so we continue to sleep on the same pillow for far too long.
So, what’s the answer to this perplexing problem? Pittman Pillow is the answer. The ABC Pillow from Pittman Pillow products offers both comfort and support due to the proprietary fill material used in the manufacture of the pillow and the proprietary manner in which the actual is constructed.
All Pittman Pillow products use a proprietary sizing method, developed by Ben Pittman in 1998, which is totally unique in the sleeping pillow industry. Using the Pittman Pillow Chart, the ABC Pillow is the latest design of specialty pillows produced by Pittman Pillow. Pittman Pillow is emerging as a leader in a totally new way to discover exactly the right overall size of pillow for total personalization.