Tempur Pedic Pillow

By cherylinreno Added at April 28, 2010 Views 1,305 Reviews 3

Am a BRAND new cpap user. Haven't even used my equipment for a week yet. But I am sleeping through the nite and found that my tempur pedic pillow allows me to move my head without dramatically changing the equipment on my cpap. In other words, it is a subtle movement and I have had no problems with my mask shifting, etc. since I switched to this pillow. My husband suggested I try it. I always thought it to be too firm, but for cpap, it is ideal. The real tempur pedic, not the copy cats. And it really is quite comfortable. I started using it the first night I used my cpap. So from the get go, it became part of the whole cpap setup for me. And I have neck pain and headaches. So far, this pillow is the right pillow for me, now that I use cpap

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kaiya2465 October 12, 2011 at 8:42 am   

To hard for me, very uncomfortable

sunnyway June 5, 2010 at 7:29 pm   

I love Tempurpedic pillows and mattresses. I won't use anything else. My mattress set is over 10 years old and as good as new. The pillows have gotten softer with age, but still useable. They are worth the investment. I have fibromyagia and MUST sleep well.

cherylinreno April 28, 2010 at 1:43 pm   

Provides stability when you shift in your sleep without dramatically shifting cpap mask or hose. Is comfortable and not too warm or cool. Seems to adjust to body temp.


Expensive. The true tempur pedics never come down in price. We bought a cal king tempur pedic mattress 3 years ago. We dont' have the box springs, just the base of our bedroom set. It's wonderful. Temperature is perfect as it seems to adjust to our individual body temps. And when the other person moves, you never feel a thing. It's great for cpap as there is no motion, everything is smooth and seamless. Highly recommend the mattress too…Again, pricey, but I don't think it will have to be replaced in our lifetime and we are in our 50's.

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