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I want a quality neck pillow for travling and driving. Which type of neck pillow is the best?

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    "After trying numerous ergonomic pillows to help alleviate neck and shoulder pain, this one is by far the best! I have been sleeping with it for about a week now and have had a significant reduction of neck pain, tension headaches, and shoulder pain. Thank you so much for a great product!"https://www.sunshine-pillows.com/product...

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Sunshine Pillow for travel is better.
Within the past year, I have purchased 2 travel neck pillows, not because I am anything resembling a pillow connoisseur, but rather because the first pillow I ordered, calling itself "The Comfort Master", endowed with favorable reviews and priding itself over its memory foam composition, turned out to be too small to provide any real support, and even if it were sufficiently sized, the thing was just barely softer than your average rock. There is no way all of the reviews on that pillow are legitimate unless all of its reviewers are midgets that live and sleep on cave floors.
When it was clear that "The Comfort Master" was not actually the master of anything, I bought this pillow and have never looked back. This is hands down the most comfortable and versatile pillow I've ever owned. It is everything that my first pillow was not. It is soft and cushy which, combined with its large size, allows it to provide fantastic support and comfort combined. My favorite feature is the shape: the big lobes in back offer fantastic support in all sorts of different positions, and then spinning the pillow a bit allows it to function as a legitimate pillow if you're sleeping on your side.
Before I start to sound like some sort of shill for this product, I will mention my one and only complaint with this pillow: the front lobes that end up in the front of your neck are unnecessarily large and in some positions, they can get annoying or cause some discomfort if they press up against your neck/windpipe.
Overall, I would highly recommend this pillow to everyone and will sign its praises indefinitely.

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J Pillow is the best-selling travel pillow and the winner of British Invention of the Year in 2013. Read why this is the best comfortable neck pillow you can use on the go. Pillow Review with Pros and Cons

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Knowing how to tell a quality sleep pillow from a cheap imitation is important. Perhaps the cr?me de la cr?me of the neck pillows are those made of an innovative visco-elastic material, or in layman’s terms, “memory foam”. These pillows are made from a material that was developed for NASA. Because of their molecular structure, these neck pillows offer unsurpassed support to the head, neck and shoulder region, perfectly aligning the spine and relieving chronic neck, shoulder and back pain in those who use them. When thinking of purchasing a neck pillow, if quality counts, make sure you look into purchasing one made of this cutting-edge material. But you should be advised that the ones that filled up with air are more compact and more easy to travel with.

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Your neck contains bones, joints, tendons, ligaments, muscles and nerves, any of which can hurt. Neck pain also may come from regions near your neck, such as your head and shoulders.
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1. Place yourself at your partners head, while they are lying on their back. Oil the front of the body, starting with hands on their upper chest, then move down over the breastbone and back up the sides of the body to the starting position. Place hands on the upper chest, fingers pointing toward each other and press down, gliding the hands out toward the top of the arm.
2. Cradle the head in one hand and turn it slightly toward the right. With the other hand, glide firmly out from the center of the chest to the top of the arm, back along the top of the shoulder, and up the back of the neck to the base of the skull.
3. Make small circles along the back of the neck to release tension, then continue down the side of the neck to the chest. Stroke firmly down the side of the neck and out along the top of the shoulder, stretching the neck muscles.
4. Turn the head back to the center with both hands supporting the head under the neck, and pull gently to stretch out the neck muscles.
5. Turn the head to the opposite side and repeat the sequence for the other shoulder. Return the head to the center and pull gently. Make small, circular movements up the back of the neck to the skull and then stroke up the back of the head and off.
Heat can help relax sore muscles, but it sometimes aggravates inflammation, so use it with caution. Apply heat or ice for 15 to 20 minutes, with a 40-minute rest between applications.
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Also see your doctor if the following signs and symptoms occur together with neck pain:
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Shooting pain. Pain radiating to your shoulder, through your shoulder blades or down your arm, or numbness or tingling in your fingers, may indicate nerve irritation. Neck pain from nerve irritation can last from three to six months or longer. Because serious problems may occur after continued nerve irritation, see your doctor.
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