Sleep2o Pillow Review

I was recently sent a Sleep20 Water Pillow for review. I was pretty excited about trying this one out. I have a herniated disk in my C4 and C5 area along with bone spurs that are growing from one bone up into the other. I am always struggling with it. I have to be very careful how I sleep, what I lift and even how much I get stressed out! It is chronic and it drives me crazy! 🙁 So I am always looking for ways to improve my sleeping with different pillows and the Sleep2o pillow really caught my eye.

Now let me tell you a little about the Sleep2o Pillow…….

  • The Sleep2o pillow has an inner water chamber that conforms to every head and neck shape and any moving around that you may do
  • The water molds to your neck to give it the support it needs, helping to avoid the occasional “stiff neck”
  • It can work with a tummy sleeper, back sleeper, side sleeper and even conforms well for people who are all over the place (that’s exactly what I do)
  • You can adjust weather it is soft, firm or hard (you just need to adjust the amount of water in the pillow
  • The water is in a chamber that is engineered for soundless use. The outside of the pillow is made with 100% cotton fabric
  • The water is kept in a chamber on the bottom of the pillow with padding over the top and then the cotton fabric outer layer
  • You use ordinary tap water and do not have to put any chemicals in it, they do suggest that you change the water out twice a year

How did the H2o Water Pillow work for me?

I like the Sleep2o pillow, at first I had a problem with it being to flat but it was quickly fixed by adding a little bit more water. It did form to my head and neck. I did notice improvement with my back problems although it did not take care of the problem all together (that will not be fixed until I am able to have surgery). I also like the fact that my pillow doesn’t slide all over the place. With the weight of the water it is kept firmly in place. The water is kept in a compartment on the underside of the Sleep2o pillow which at this time works out good. I am a side/tummy sleeper and one of my arms is always under my pillow, I like the way the cool water feels on my hot arm with it being smack in the middle of August. I do wonder if this will pose a problem in the middle of winter when I am freezing. I haven’t experienced this yet so I really cannot tell you if this is a problem or not. I can tell you that I am continuing to use the pillow now that my review period has ended. The Sleep20 pillow has worked out very well for me. Just follow this link if you are interested in purchasing the Sleep2o Pillow.

 I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


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