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Benefits of a Bamboo Pillow

by Clark Hannah Bamboo Memory Foam Pillow

Natural fibers almost always breathe easier than synthetics, and despite having a softer, thicker feel to it- bamboo pillow-based materials have excellent airflow. Combined with micro-venting and great absorbency that helps wick moisture away from your skin surface, these pillowcases are enjoyed by sleepers who suffer from warmer nighttime body temperatures.

Back and Neck Alignment

The most important thing to consider surrounding your sleep health is your spinal alignment not only at night but during the day. Your spine is the bridge of your nervous system: the path by which all body function is routed. Your sleep position determines the support your spine needs to stay in a natural, neutral position through the night to accommodate healthy body function. Best Bamboo pillows are created to help support varying positions for a good night’s rest and overall health benefits bamboo pillow.

Back Sleeping Needs

When laying on your back, your spine is more naturally inclined to fall into a neutral position if correctly supported. In fact, this is considered the most healthy sleep position your body can rest in. Your head should be kept level with your shoulders, meaning you need a supportive yet thinner best bamboo pillow. Plus, you also need the gap between your head and shoulders well supported to allow your soft neck tissues to rest.

Side Sleeping Needs

Although generally a healthy position to sleep in, your spine can be easily compromised if you do not allow for a surface that supports the natural body shape. You also need a thicker pillow to hold your head level with your neck in order to provide proper support to your neck. It’s important to use a pillow that contours well to your head and has enough filling to accommodate your entire head and neck area.

Bamboo Fiber and Its Associated Benefits

 Bamboo fiber is derived from the pulp of bamboo which is then processed and made into a viscous-like substance that can be woven into the material. Typically bamboo fibers are combined with other natural or synthetic threads to create a uniquely soft pillow casing. Bamboo pillow is naturally sustainable and is fast growing to ensure readily available crops for production. Of course, the bamboo must be processed prior to its use as a material, but the entire process is more economical than many other synthetic material creations.

Bamboo Hypoallergenic Benefits

Although this label does not guarantee that no skin or breathing allergies will be triggered, they are usually considered gentle on your system than other comparable materials. Because memory foam Bamboo pillow must be pulped and are exposed to chemicals to break down their woody fibers to create a more pliable material for use in fabrics, they are not as naturally processed as cotton or silks. But despite this, many claims surround their use in homes where people suffer from allergies with a wide range of success. Plus, it seems to help keep dust mites from accumulating – which is another source of allergy flare-ups.

Bamboo Cooling Benefits

Natural fibers almost always breathe easier than synthetics, and despite having a softer, thicker feel to it-      memory foam bamboo pillow-based materials have excellent airflow. Combined with micro-venting and great absorbency that helps wick moisture away from your skin surface, these pillowcases are enjoyed by sleepers who suffer from warmer nighttime body temperatures.

Bamboo environmentally friendly

Bamboo linen made by mechanical processing is the most natural and environmentally friendly form of bamboo fabric. On the other hand, rayon derived from bamboo requires heavier chemical processing that can be harmful for both the environment and the workers involved. Bamboo represents a good middle ground. It’s not as minimally processed as bamboo linen but uses fewer chemicals than rayon. 


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About Clark Hannah Junior   Bamboo Memory Foam Pillow

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