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Has anyone had experience of the back2comfort \"complete sleeprrr\" pillow.?? It sells for about £60. I have had previous memory pillows but found them all uncomfortable, this one says it is adjustable for comfort.

Any advice please fellow neckers.

Tony

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    Hiya Tony, guess who? :D

    I use a cervical pillow which I got from Amazon. I too have tried memory foam pillows but find them very uncomfortable, I use my memory foam pillow on my armchair to support my back and shoulders.

    I also have a memory foam mattress topper which I wouldn't be without.

    Wearing good comfortable footwear I feel is important too, a couple I have are.... Flyflots, Reiker (antistress). We have to pamper ourselves, do we not? :wink:

    Take Care

    Emxx :wink:

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    thanks EM. have ordered fom Amazon hopefully same as yours (its adjustable).

    Keep smiling smile smile smile

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    I have a memory foam pillow from Dunelm Mill, £34.99, it's very good, they also have a cheaper one £19.99 but I don't know whether it's any good.

    X HC58

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    I couldn't do without my little pillow I bought at airport, you know the ones that fit round your neck for travelling. I find its great support.
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    Hi All,

    I have thought about buying one of those little neck pillows, we have a new camping shop that sells them for £3.50. It might help stop my head flopping to one side when watchin tv.

    Janner

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    hc58,the £19.99 one does not work having c.s. for nearly 12 years i have tried everything for night comfort and nothing up to press works my physio advises when sitting to put a rolled up towel in the nape of the neck...this does eleviate slightly :wink: .
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    Hello !

    I have to use 6 (six) regular pillows (angled into a corner) to get the least painful sleeping position (by making a 45 degree wedge) with the pillows :shock:

    I have tried every kind of specialist pillow ever produced - its become something of a family joke.

    I hate this CS pain -i ts like being cursed by God.

    Wish you all less pain and a good nights sleep :wink:

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    i sleep with one flat old pillow :lol: i cant stand anything that raises my head too much or i get a stiff neck, i have tried 2-3 different neck pillows and they dont work for me at all. I also have a lovely neck cushion i use for sitting watching tv :D
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