SleepOvation Pillow Review - 77 Tiny Pillows In One

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Pillows are like mattresses--they come in different firmnesses and materials, so it really comes down to what you like. I got to try SleepOvation's 77 Tiny Pillows In One Pillow, and I really like it.

The SleepOvation Pillow has 77 Tiny Pillows in One! And because these tiny pillows are able to adjust individually to the individual contours of your head and neck, it does an excellent job of providing support and keeping your head and neck in a neutral position.

Also by having 77 tiny pillows in one pillow, it allows air to flow throughout the pillow. So if you are like me, and you get hot when you sleep, this pillow does a great job of allowing air to flow and prevent hot spots.

Having a comfortable pillow that provides support and proper alignment of your head and neck is very important to the quality of your sleep. When we sleep, our bodies work to heal. So if you aren’t sleeping well, you will have a harder time healing.

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