All Nighter Total Body Pregnancy Pillow by Leachco
Sleep in utter comfort with the All Nighter Total Body Pregnancy Pillow. As your abdomen stretches, it becomes impossible to sleep on your stomach. For those who sleep best in that position, sleeping is difficult. Back, hip and neck discomfort are extremely common in pregnancy.
While the fetus grows every day, you'll notice how your back aches throughout the day. Towards the end of the pregnancy, the pelvis starts to shift causing hip and pelvic pain. With a supportive pregnancy pillow, you can alleviate many of these aches and pains while you sleep. Unfortunately, sleeping all the way through a night is difficult for most pregnant women.
Problems with Sleep and Pregnancy
Once a baby is born, sleep becomes a rarity. It's best to start out well rested, but the last trimester makes sleep difficult. For many, heartburn, constipation, lower back and hip pain constantly interrupt sleep. Add in a fetus that moves when it wants, usually becoming very active at the same time a soon-to-be mom is trying to settle down for the night. A comfortable pregnancy pillow is key to a refreshing night's sleep.
It's best to sleep on the side, but those who are used to sleeping on their back or stomach suddenly face a drastic change in sleeping position. As a pregnant woman sleeps, it's common for her to flip back to her favored sleeping position in the middle of the night. She'll wake up feeling achy and certainly not refreshed and ready to tackle the day.
Introducing the Hook-Shaped All Nighter Pregnancy Pillow
Leachco sells a hook-shaped pregnancy pillow that supports your growing belly. It's long enough to tuck the end between your legs offering support to the hips and pelvis while also eliminating pressure points with the knees and ankles.
The hook end of the All Nighter Pregnancy Pillow offers support to both your back and front. You snuggle into the hook-shaped opening and it holds you on your side comfortably, keeping you from flipping onto your back during the night.Copyright 2004-2015 S&T US LLC