Sleep Apnea Pillows That Will Finally Give You the Best Sleep

Sleep apnea is a common sleep disorder, that obstructs you airways during sleep. The right sleeping position can make a big difference. We prepared a list of 5 pillows that will help you get a good night sleep!

Should you get these pillows?

If you suffer from sleep apnea, these pillows will help you tremendously. Many people are not diagnosed but do recognize they have trouble sleeping because of breathing difficulties. Also, if you are using a CPAC machine, these pillows will give you more comfort and support.

How do these pillows work?

These pillows are allowing your body to get in the best position for your airways to open. Their firmness and comfort will allow your mask to stay steady and will relieve those aches and pressures.

You can pick the right one for yourself by considering which type of sleeper are you (back, side or stomach sleeper) and which size, height and materials suite you the best.

Item Sold By Product Dimensions

 

Shipping Weight Price
Acid Reflux Wedge Pillow

 

 MedSlant  31 x 28 x 7 inches 2.4 pounds $$
Visco Love Celliant Sleep Therapeutic Wellness Memory Foam Pillow

 

 VISCO LOVE 27.6 x 12 x 5.3 inches 3.3 pounds $$
CPAP Pillow – New Memory Foam

 

Endurimed / 1.1 Kg $$
InteVision Foam Wedge Bed Pillow

 

 TravelMate  25 x 24 x 12 inches 4.9 pounds $$
Snuggle-Pedic Ultra-Luxury Bamboo Shredded Memory Foam Pillow

 

Snuggle-Pedic 17 x 6.1 x 5.6 inches 4.05 pounds $$

Acid Reflux Wedge Pillow

This pillow is primarily designed for people with acid reflux, but it also gives you proper support and elevation for sleep apnea.

Pros

Elevates your body to breath optimally

Offers comfort in an upright position

Wide enough so you can roll

For side sleepers and back sleepers

Cons

You get delivered compressed, so you have to wait until it flattens

– Click here to see how others benefited from this pillow 

Acid Reflux Wedge Pillow

Visco Love Celliant Sleep Therapeutic Wellness Memory Foam Pillow

This hypoallergenic pillow will give you support and relaxation while you sleep. It comes in white and silver colors.

Pros

Comfortable design for moving around at night

Gives you proper support for sleep apnea

Suitable for using a CPAP machine

Memory foam adjusts to your body perfectly

Cons

Some don’t find it comfortable

– Click here to see how others found relief from sleep apnea with this pillow 

Visco Love Celliant Sleep Therapeutic Wellness Memory Foam Pillow

CPAP Pillow – New Memory Foam

CPAP pillow has a special design to give you the most comfort when sleeping with SPAP mask. The pillow comes already ready to use!

Pros

Designed to reduce nasal mask pressure

Memory foam offers you firm support to keep the mask in place

Helps with aches and soreness from using the mask

Works as a sleep treatment

Two different heights to make you comfortable

Cons

Materials aren’t hypoallergenic

– Click here to read about how this pillow helped others with sleep apnea 

CPAP Pillow - New Memory Foam

InteVision Foam Wedge Bed Pillow

This pillow offers you the best sleeping position for relieving symptoms of sleep apnea. It will give you firm support and comfort. It’s most suitable for back sleepers.

Pros

Helps with breathing difficulties

Firm and supportive

Comfortable

Feels soft and welcoming

Wide enough that you can roll around

Cons

Not the best for side sleepers

– Click here to see how others benefited from this pillow

InteVision Foam Wedge Bed Pillow

Snuggle-Pedic Ultra-Luxury Bamboo Shredded Memory Foam Pillow

Comes in three different sizes: standard, queen and king, so you can pick the one that fits you best. It adjusts to your body perfectly.

Pros

It has great support whether you  lay on your back or your side

Never too flat, never too stiff

Suitable for using a CPAP full face mask

Fluffed as directed

Has no smell

Cons

Some find it too firm for side sleeping with a mask

– Click here to see how others liked this pillow

Snuggle-Pedic Ultra-Luxury Bamboo Shredded Memory Foam Pillow

Conclusion

There are many different pillows out there that will give you a long needed relief. They will not only allow you to sleep comfortably but will also relieve the symptoms of sleep apnea. If you still find yourself up at nights, having troubles with breathing, we would advise you to see a doctor.

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