Blaaga

BLAAGA Wedge Pillow with Memory Foam - Leg Pillow for Side sleepers

$29.99
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  • Memory Foam Leg Pillow Side sleepers
  • Memory Foam Leg Pillow Side sleepers
  • Memory Foam Leg Pillow Side sleepers
  • Memory Foam Leg Pillow Side sleepers
  • Memory Foam Leg Pillow Side sleepers
  • Memory Foam Leg Pillow Side sleepers
  • Memory Foam Leg Pillow Side sleepers
  • Memory Foam Leg Pillow Side sleepers
  • Memory Foam Leg Pillow Side sleepers

Blaaga

BLAAGA Wedge Pillow with Memory Foam - Leg Pillow for Side sleepers

$29.99
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DESCRIPTION:
  • ORTHOPEDIC LEG PILLOW TO HELP REDUCE BACK, HIP, LEG, KNEE & SCIATICA NERVE DISCOMFORT- As a side sleeper, you don’t sleep perfectly straight. Your top leg drops in front of you putting pressure on your back, your hip joints twist & your knees touch, causing pain. The Contour Legacy Pillow is the best leg pillow cushion for those looking for relief as the cushion comfortably supports your legs & knees to provide proper sleeping alignment & positioning to eliminate those painful pressure points.
  • THE ONLY LEG PILLOW THAT SUPPORTS BOTH YOUR LEGS & KNEES – When we first invented our leg pillow back in the early 90’s (the hour glass shape that so many companies have now copied), our goal was to improve sleeping alignment to reduce pain. The leg pillow was invented to help reduce pressure that occurs from bad sleeping posture which causes discomfort. Years later we realized that cushioning & supporting BOTH your legs & knees are important in maintaining proper alignment to help reduce pain.
  • VENTILATED MEMORY FOAM ALLOWS AIR TO CIRCULATE FOR A COOLER NIGHTS SLEEP – Unlike traditional memory foam leg pillow that are designed to absorb your body heat in order to compress, the Contour Legacy Leg Pillow is designed with ventilated air holes in the memory foam that promote air circulation throughout the night. The temperature regulating foam technology pushes the heat outwards away from your body, to prevent you from feeling like you are overheating.
  • SLEEP COMFORTABLY IN ANY POSITION & MOVE FREELY THROUGH THE NIGHT – Unlike tradition knee pillows, the Contour Legacy features a true ergonomic design with its soft curves & crescent shape to fit men & women comfortably. Without requiring hazardous, circulation restricting straps, the precise tether of the pillow contours to fit the natural shape of your legs. This allows the foam leg pillow to contour to your shape without restricting movement or requiring you to sleep in a certain position.
Does the contour legacy pillow work?

I really like this leg pillow. ... The contour legacy leg pillow really does stay put all night, even when I turn from side to side. The white outer cover is smooth and comfortable, and I've found that my legs remain cool all night. I definitely recommend this pillow for anyone dealing with lower back pain.

Is sleeping with a pillow under your knees bad?

If you sleep on your back, a small pillow under the back of your knees will reduce stress on your spine and support the natural curve in your lower back. The pillow for your head should support your head, the natural curve of your neck, and your shoulders.

Why sleep with a pillow between your legs?

Keeping your spine aligned, reduces neck and back pain, which then lowers the chance of sleep apnea. It improves blood circulation. The slight elevation of putting a pillow between your legs will help facilitate blood flow through the vena cava, which is a major vein carrying blood to the heart and back.

Does sleeping with a pillow between your legs give you a thigh gap?

By fitting a pillow between your thighs, your legs will be properly supported and spaced, allowing the hip to be balanced and neutral to the spine. This leads to hip and spine alignment, leaving back muscles relaxed and well rested.

Are Leg Pillows any good?

It adds comfort and eliminates pressure and muscle tension:
Placing a pillow between your legs in this position can help to reduce the muscle tension by preventing your legs from pulling, providing you with a better night's sleep, and less pain and undue stress on your back in the morning.

Is it bad to sleep on your stomach?

Is it bad to sleep on your stomach? The short answer is “yes.” Although sleeping on your stomach can reduce snoring and diminish sleep apnea, it's also taxing for your back and neck. That can lead to poor sleep and discomfort throughout your day.

Should I sleep with a pillow under my legs?
A pillow under legs could ease sciatica (pain affecting the back, hip, and outer leg areas). As a side sleeper, your knees knocking together as you sleep keeps your hips out of alignment. Sleeping with pillows under knees as a back sleeper provides good sleep posture and could ease back pain and morning aches.