Naturepedic Pillow Review

Are you having a hard time sleeping at night because of discomfort? Do you usually wake up feeling that you have not actually slept? It can be extremely bothersome if you wake up feeling bad about the quality of your sleep and with extra pains in your back and neck.
Such pain is not only a literal pain in the neck, but could also lead to problems such as headaches, problems with your posture and muscle strain if not quickly addressed.
Did you know that your pillow could be the source of your problems? A good pillow should not only be comfortable, but provide adequate support for your neck and head. A new pillow may be just what you need! Read my Naturepedic Pillow review to see whether it may be a good option for you!

What is the Naturepedic Pillow?

The Naturepedic is made up of 100% organic cotton. The cotton used also serves as a dust mite barrier and has a hundred percent PLA variety of fiber filling. PLA is a type of corn fiber that can be washed easily without it breaking down.
This filling promises to provide you with a healthy and luxurious sleep. This pillow also meets the strict Greenguard certification process and its manufacture does not lead to the release of chemical emissions.

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Naturepedic Pillow

As far as its market standing is concerned, this pillow fares well compared to its counterparts. Because of the way it is manufactured, it is a bit more expensive compared to other pillows on the market such as the Morphiis pillow, Doriness pillow, and the PiloMio brand. Here are some of the pros and cons of this pillow:
Pros
    Cons

      Features and Benefits

      Materials

      This pillow is mostly made up of kapok and organic cotton. Kapok is also known as silk cotton and is regarded as the lightest type of natural fiber in the world. This pillow is actually five times lighter than your typical cotton pillow. As a result, the surface of the pillow feels light and fluffy.
      Because the fill is relatively hollow, this can help regulate your body temperature as well. Likewise, the natural absorbent qualities of cotton make it a good option if you tend to sweat a lot whilst you sleep.

      Softness

      This pillow is soft due to its organic cotton filling. When you add in the fact that the pillow is also made of kapok, the softness factor doubles, which makes this pillow even more comfortable. Even though it is quite soft, it provides adequate support for your neck and back, which makes it a good option if you are a back or side sleeper.

      Things to Consider Before Buying the Naturepedic Pillow

      Above all, when looking for a pillow, look for one that will help you solve your problems. For example, if you are suffering from neck pain and upper back pain, you want a pillow with adequate support. In this case the Naturepedic Pillow would be a good option for you.
      If on the other hand, you don’t need as much back and neck support, and prefer a really fluffy pillow, then the Naturepedic Pillow is not the right option for you.
      There are numerous qualities you should consider when thinking of buying the Naturepedic Pillow. These include:

      Cleaning

      Because of the nature of the materials used, you can clean it by placing it in the washer. You may also opt for spot cleaning if there is a need to focus on one area for cleaning.
      You may wash the pillow itself once in a few months and clean the cover at least once a week or once every two weeks. This is also 100% machine dryable so you do not have to worry about the material getting ruined if you machine wash and dry it.
      As much as possible, when washing the pillow, you should use a mild detergent to ensure that the fabric will not lose its integrity each time you clean it. Better yet, use baking soda to clean this pillow if you want to go purely organic.

      Cost

      Because of the way this pillow is manufactured, you can expect this pillow to be a lot more expensive than similar pillows on the market.

      Comfort

      In general, the overall feel of the pillow makes it a good choice for any sleeping position. Even though it has a moderate amount of stuffing in it, you can see this pillow is cuddly and highly moldable. Thus, it will cause less strain on your joints when you use it. This pillow also keeps your spine in proper alignment.

      Alternatives

      1.Sweetnight Pillow

      If you suffer from neck pain, this pillow may be a good option for you as this pillow has gel memory foam as its primary fill. This material is known to provide more stable support to the neck region while conforming to the curves of your neck.

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      Sweetnight Pillow

      This pillow is also made of breathable rayon, a material which helps lower your body temperature, thus helping you sleep better. Like the Naturepedic Pillow, it is also hypoallergenic, dust resistant and mite resistant.
      This pillow is more flexible than the Naturepedic Pillow; you can easily adjust the loft height by removing some of the filling from the pillow. Also, the Sweetnight pillow conforms to your curves more readily.

      2.Blue Moon Pillow

      The casing as well as general structure of the pillow is double-edged making it durable enough to withstand prolonged and frequent use. It is also made of a hypoallergenic fill making it a good pillow if you have allergies.

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      Blue Moon Pillow

      Compared to the Naturepedic pillow, this is more affordable. It is also made of 100% cotton making it more absorbent than the Naturepedic Pillow which is made of PLA/corn fiber.
      On the other hand, its thread count is lower than that of the Naturepedic Pillow making it a bit coarser to the touch.

      3.Slim Sleeper Pillow

      This pillow is made of latex, material that readily conform to your body but is still firm. This pillow also has a relatively low loft height, which inhibits a forward head posture and reducing muscle pain. Because the pillow is made of latex, this pillow is a good option if you have sensitive skin as latex is non-irritating.

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      Slim Sleeper Pillow

      Compared to the Naturepedic Pillow, this pillow is a lot thinner; its loft height is about ⅓ of that of the Naturepedic Pillow. Hence, this pillow may be a good option for you if you suffer from pain that is triggered by an excessively bent neck and head.
      The Slim Sleeper Pillow is also more breathable than the Naturepedic Pillow of its pinhole feature; a feature in which the pillow has tiny holes.

      Conclusion

      If you are having a hard time sleeping at night, this can leave you feeling grumpy. You may also suffer from headaches and muscle pain. The Naturepedic Pillow could help solve these problems. It supports you neck and back, thus reducing neck and back pain. It is also durable as it does not flatten out.
      It is also extremely soft due making you feel comfortable whilst you sleep. It is also low maintenance; cleaning it is a breeze. Thus, you can have a fresh pillow any time you want.