Like a mattress, buying a pillow shouldn’t be done in a hurry.
A pillow must be well-suited to the person in question, matching use, characteristics, body type, and more.
It must also be made of the best possible materials and be of the highest quality.
If you tend to snore, you should choose a pillow to prevent, reduce, or even correct snoring.
Most of us can agree that sleeping without a pillow is not the most comfortable. Your head is not well-supported, which can prevent you from breathing correctly. This, in turn, promotes snoring.
Your best bet is to choose an ergonomic pillow that prevents having your mouth open, reducing the noise of snoring.
Choice of materials
The materials of your pillow and linen can cause allergies, which can lead to snoring.
It's best to avoid natural materials, like down pillows.
Instead, opt for synthetic materials, like hollow fibre, microfibre, or polycotton.
These new-age pillows effectively prevent the build-up of dust mites and bacteria, are exceptionally hygienic, and do not cause allergies.
Also consider the materials of your duvet, pillowcases, and bed linen.
We'd recommend opting for silk or cotton covers that are washable at higher temperatures.
Optimal spinal alignment
Your pillow should enable your spine to remain as straight as possible when you’re lying down, no matter which sleeping position you choose.
A quality anti-snore pillow will be well-suited to back sleepers, side sleepers, and stomach sleepers, keeping your head in proper alignment, preventing neck pain, and allowing for better breathing.
The right degree of firmness
Choose a pillow that’s neither too firm nor too soft but offers just the right amount of support.