Bought myself a new pillow last week, called a Gx Suspension Pillow, and touch wood, so far, I’m loving it.
It might just end up as THE pillow for me. And boy have I tried plenty. From foam to feather, firm to medium, anti-allergy, side sleeper, lavender-scented, you name it, I’ve tried it. And don’t get me started on ‘memory foam pillows! Sleeping on one of those is like sleeping on a rock! Mr 50 Plus swears by his though and I suppose it is very much an ‘each to his own’ sort of thing..
Is it just me or do everyone’s pillows go as flat as a pancake after a couple of hours of sleeping on them? I seem to spend half my nights punching the pillow to plump it back up. But not any more. My new pillow is a Gx Suspension Pillow. Sounds hi-tec and not terribly catchy but it’s doing the job for me. Perfectly in fact.
What is a Gx Suspension Pillow?
In the blurb on their site, it’s referred to as ‘the perfect sleeping pillow‘ which somehow seems appropriate. The pillow is hypoallergenic and filled with Polyester Hollow Fibre. So no scratchy feathers sticking in you.
It’s described also as having ‘unique internal ties (the first of their kind in the world) to pull the pillow up and in to gently cradle the head and neck, providing comfort that lasts through the night.’ The Gx Technology inside basically keeps the pillow supportive all night.
I don’t sleep brilliantly as I have a few chronic pain issues. My neck and shoulders hurt most of the time and are always at their worst in the night. This pillow is working so far for me and I’m definitely grinding my teeth less which must mean I’m less stressed and sleeping better! Will keep you informed if things change but I’m optimistic that this is the perfect pillow for me. And £27 is a small price to pay for a good night’s sleep.