Bed Wedges are used to improve or eliminate symptoms related to snoring and sleep apnea; back pain; post-operative care; respiratory ailments such as acid reflux or heartburn; support to elevate knees; and for general comfort and support while in bed.
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Designed to elevate and support the neck as well as help alleviate respiratory conditions
Helps to relieve discomfort from back or neck pain and assists with poor circulation
Helps to alleviate discomfort from pregnancy
Great for sleeping with acid reflux or heartburn
Compact folding design allows for easy storage and the carry handle is perfect for travel
1 Year Warranty
Popular Ways to Use Wedge Pillows
There are endless ways to use a wedge pillow, but there are four common “setups.” Take a look and try them for yourself:
Upright for reclining. For people who like to read or watch TV in bed, the wedge can be placed vertically (the thinnest portion of the wedge at the top) against the headboard. This provides good support and an ergonomically correct angle for the spine.
Gentle slope for side and back sleeping. For side sleepers and back sleepers alike, the wedge can be placed horizontally on the mattress to provide a gentle slope that elevates the upper portion of the body while remaining comfortable for the rest of the body.
Under the knees. Want to get relief from the lower back and improve circulation in the legs? Place the tallest portion of the wedge under the knees with the pillow sloping away from your body.
On your lap. For people who like to use their laptop in bed for work or streaming video, the wedge can be placed on the lap for a subtle, yet comfortable incline.
Try different orientations and body positions and you’ll eventually discover the ones that work best for your body and physical health needs.