There isn’t anything more attractive and magnetic than a newly-made with warm covers and a good old soft pillow, after a long and hard day. However if you’re starting to feel uncomfortable lying on your pillow then maybe you should consider this as a sign.
Believe it or not, just like most things pillows too have a lifespan that you need to keep a track of. You need to know when to change your pillow since it can cause many sleep and health issues.
The key to a goodnight sleep is a soft and warm pillow. If you’re having problems falling asleep and other similar issues, then it might be a time for you to say good-bye to your old pillow and get a brand new one.
Here are some signs that your pillow needs to be changed:
- It doesn’t bounce back in shape
- You experience neck pain and headaches.
- Pillows look yellow and flatter.
There is also a simple test you can do in order to find out if your pillow needs to be changed. Just fold your pillow in half. If it doesn’t bounce back to its initial state, it needs to be changed.
If your old pillow is causing you neck pain and sleep issues, don’t ignore these signals. A good and quality pillow will not only improve your quality of sleep but will also:
- Improve your memory
- Improve and enhance your mood
- Boosts your energy levels
- Improves your overall immune system
- Maintains healthy skin
Sleep deprivation can cause you dull skin and reduced capacity of your brain to perform cognitive functions. This is why you should never ignore the signs. Getting quality sleep is just as important as exercising and healthy diet.
Choosing the Best Pillow
You should choose your perfect pillow based on your sleeping habits. Choose a medium support pillow if you sleep on your back and if you’re a side sleeper choose a firm pillow. However if you’re a stomach sleeper then choose a soft and plump pillow that will act as a cushion to your neck and head.