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Sarah: Are you on the hunt for the perfect pillow but not quite sure where to start? You’ve come to the right place because today, I’m going to show you my top pillow picks for 2019. I picked something for every style of sleeper, so stay tuned. Sarah: Before we get into the pillows, just keep in mind that there is a wide world of pillows out there. These are just seven of my personal favorites. If while you’re watching this video, you have any questions, or you want a personal recommendation, just leave me a shout in the comments section below, and I’d be happy to help. The first one I want to show you is the Layla Pillow. The reason I’m picking this for side sleepers is because it’s got one of the loftiest builds, meaning it’s very tall. It’s got a very high profile of any pillow I’ve ever tested, coming in about seven inches high. It’s very fluffable. You can even fluff it up to be taller than that. Side sleepers need a pillow with a taller profile, a loftier build in order to maintain a neutral spine, and also relieve that pressure in the shoulder. This is filled with a mix of very fluffy kapok which is a natural tree fiber. It’s giving it this fluffed feel. Also, shredded memory foam, which does a great job of conforming to your head and neck. When you’re using this in the side sleeping position, it’s going to conform to your head and neck, relieve that pressure in the shoulder, but it’s also very fluffable. It’s keeping you resting on top of the pillow rather than sinking deeply in. Then the pillow doesn’t go flat. Pricing for this pillow, it comes in two different sizes, standard, and queen. It ranges from either $79 or $99. [background music] Sarah: Folks who love the feathery fluffy feeling of down, but don’t want to sleep on any animal products, I recommend the Saatva Dreams Pillow. It’s got a multi-layer construction wherein the outer pillow is filled with this fluffable super soft, down alternative. On the inside, the pillow’s core is a ball of shredded American Talalay latex. The reason I’m loving this is, which by the way, this is my personal pillow that I sleep on at home. The reason is, I love the fluffy feel of down. I love that it’s very shapeable. You can fold it. You can make it the loft and firmness of your liking, but oftentimes with down and down alternative, the pillow goes flat over the course of the night. That bouncy, resilient Talalay latex inside of this pillow is helping it maintain shape over the course of the night. You’re still getting that fluffy factor from the down alternative, but you’ve got the American Talalay latex inside working extra hard to help this pillow maintain its shape. Depending on the size you get, either the standard or the king size, it’s going to be $145 or $165. Sarah: Up next is the Bear Pillow. It’s filled with one solid piece of the company’s proprietary foam, which is designed to conform to your head and neck like memory foam, but also have the bouncy resilience of latex. It’s going to do a good job of relieving pressure in your head, your neck, your shoulders. What stands out about this pillow is how very cooling it is. The cover fabric is this icy crisp face change material that genuinely feels like icy cold to the touch. Additionally, it’s kept on each side with mesh panels which is designed to enhance breathability. To be honest, in my experience testing pillows, it doesn’t get much cooler than this. It does have a lofty profile at about five inches, so stomach sleepers, this one’s not for you. If you’re a back and side sleeper and you also need a cooling pillow, it’s going to be a great pick for you. This pillow is either $95 or $115, depending on the size you choose. Sarah: Next up is the Avocado Pillow. This pillow is filled with a blend of kapok, which is the natural tree fiber that we saw in Layla’s Pillow, as well as 100 percent natural shredded Dunlop latex. Eco-friendly sleepers might like to know that everything that fills this material is both organic and sustainably harvested. The Dunlop latex is known for its resilience, its bouncy response to pressure. Folks who like that fluffy, springy level of support rather than the deep sink into the pillow that comes with memory foam, for example, but you also want to make sure that the latex shreds are 100 percent natural. This could very well be the pillow for you. Additionally, it is an all-position pillow because you can unzip, reach in, and remove the fill so that you can adjust the loft in order to accommodate your preferred sleeping style. Again, stomach sleepers, side sleepers, back sleepers, you should be able to personalize this pillow by adjusting the loft to your liking. This pillow does come in a standard, queen, or king size. Price ranges from about $79 to $99. Sarah: Sleepers dealing with neck pain, meet the SpineAlign. This pillow is a cervical spine pillow, also known as a contour pillow, that was literally designed by a chiropractor to help back and side sleepers, specifically maintain a neutral spine and keep healthy sleeping posture. How does it do that? It’s designed with three chambers, two with a loftier build. Remember like I said with Layla. When you’re a side sleeper, you need a loftier profile, and then one in the middle for back sleepers. As we know, we all sleep differently. We’re all built differently. I like that this pillow covers all bases because each side chamber is built with a different loft to accommodate sleepers of different heights. The side with the company’s logo is built to have a bit of a higher loft, and it’s built to have a firmer feel. The company says that this is built to accommodate sleepers who are 5’7″ and taller. Then the shorter side without the company’s logo is built to accommodate shorter folks like myself who are under 5’7″. The middle chamber has got a lower loft just to help back sleepers keep that healthy sleeping posture. Also, because the middle chamber is lower lofted and the sides are higher, it serves to comfortably keep back sleepers locked in place. You’re not deviating too much from that healthy position. Just in case you want to customize the comfort, each chamber is adjustable. Each chamber has a zipper. You can totally feel free to unzip, reach in. If you want to make one side loftier, feel free to move the fill which, by the way, is the company’s proprietary blend of shredded fiber and foam. It’s got a nice moldable slow response to pressure, does a great job of conforming to your head and neck. Because it’s adjustable, you can personalize your level of comfort that way. It comes in two sizes, either $129 or $149. Sarah: Stomach sleepers, now I know we haven’t seen a lot for you yet, but the Nolah AirFiber is specifically for you. It’s filled with a fluffy down alternative that’s also very easily compressed into a very low loft. When it comes to stomach sleeping, you do need to look for a pillow that’s got a lower loft so that your head and neck is not craned upwards at all and is not forced out of neutral alignment with your spine. As you can see, this is easily compressed into a super low loft, but it’s also very shapeable and foldable. It’s not always the most natural position for stomach sleepers to just want to sleep with their arms directly at their sides. If you want to reach under this pillow and embrace it or fold it and fluff it up to the loft and firmness of your liking, you totally can. This pillow comes in one size at about 74 bucks. Sarah: Last but certainly not least, there’s this big fella, the Coop Home Goods Body Pillow. This pillow is perfect for folks who love the feel of memory foam so much, that they want to feel that support for their whole body. It is amply stuffed full of shredded memory foam. If you ever felt a shredded memory foam pillow, you know it does a great job of conforming to your shape. Obviously, this conforms to your whole shape. You can feel free to hug it, enjoy that in between the legs support, under the arm, or you can lay it across your mattress and just roll back and forth, and never run out of pillow. This is — I have to be honest — one of my personal favorites. It’s got a nice response to pressure, and it conforms to your shape in a comfortable way. This body pillow does come in one size, and it’s about 70 bucks. Sarah: That wraps up this review, but for every detail on all of these pillows, be sure to check out my full written review which is linked below. Remember, it would be a shame for your pillow’s hard work to go to waste because you’re sleeping on the wrong mattress. If you’re not sure you’re sleeping on the right mattress, just Google “Sleepopolis Best Mattresses.” We’ll put you on the right track. I do hope you found this review to be helpful. If you did, be sure to like and subscribe to our channel. Follow us on social media. We’re always going to be uploading content with one main thing in mind, get you some better sleep. Thanks for watching, guys. We’ll see you next time.