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The NeckNestTM is designed to be a sleep support for your NECK, not just your HEAD. Use nightly for relief from muscle tension and stiffness, headache, back and neck pain. Experience a cradling of your neck while keeping the shoulders, head and spine perfectly aligned. Our patented design will redefine the way you sleep, giving you the most comfortable nights sleep that you have ever had.
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Getting a restful night sleep depends on being able to get your body into a comfortable NEUTRAL SLEEPING POSITION. Your neck nest is specifically designed to help you achieve this.
When you use your neck nest regularly you will not only get a great restful night sleep but you will also help restore the natural curve of your neck, decreasing neck and back pain.
When you get a great nights sleep your body will heal, regenerate, and grow. You will wake up feeling refreshed and ready for the day!
- Beth T.
"The Neck Nest has completely changed not only the way I sleep each night but also how I feel in the morning. I no longer wake up with neck pain or pain from sleeping in an awkward position. I sleep soundly all night. The other benefits I have found is that the skin on my face, neck and chest no longer wrinkles while I sleep since I am able to stay on my back all night. The Neck Nest is the only pillow I can sleep on now."
“I pre ordered this pillow, and it has been worth the wait. I have also ordered a second pillow for my travel bag. It is so soft with customized support in just the right places. I am thrilled with this pillow and can barely get my head off of it in the mornings!! Thank you so much!!!.”
- Anna S.
"I started sleeping on the neck nest pillow to help with the alignment of my neck and jaw. As a lifelong stomach and side sleeper, I could never found it comfortable to sleep on my back.
I have found the neck pillow very supportive in how it cradles my neck. Within a couple of weeks, I got used to falling asleep on my back, so much so that I don’t feel comfortable sleeping on my stomach and twisting my neck to the side anymore.
If I wake up during the night, I do tend to want to resort to my familiar side sleep position, but I’m training myself to fall back asleep on my back."