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Find Deep Sleep with New Bed Pillows from Mattress Land

Once you have your mattress and foundation settled, you'll need to consider which bed pillows suit your sleep. Pillows are an essential aspect of your sleep, so finding pillows that match your sleep preferences is crucial. Whether that means cooling pillows or having a bed full of pillows, we'll help you discover which fits your needs the most. Let's go over what you'll find in our selection at Mattress Land.

First, you'll need to consider the size, which means choosing between a standard pillow, queen, or the best king size pillows. How do you determine which one you need? It depends on the size of your mattress. Twin mattresses require standard pillows, while a queen will need two queen size pillows, and a king mattress needs two king size pillows. But if you like sleeping in extra luxury, consider having four king pillows for your queen mattress or four to six standard pillows for a king mattress. You can also measure your mattress and determine the number of pillows from there. Our bed pillow sizes are:

  • Shop Standard Pillows 20 x 26 in
  • Shop Queen Pillows 20 x 30 in
  • Shop King Pillows 20 x 36 in

Another consideration for your ideal bed pillows is whether you need extra cooling. The best cooling pillow will prevent heat retention by drawing heat away from the body and increasing airflow. Most often, a cooling pillow will use breathable, moisture-wicking materials, which promotes more cooling. The advantage of sleeping with a cooling pillow is that the lower temperature surrounding your head, neck, and shoulders will help you fall asleep faster and achieve deeper, more restful sleep.

Like your mattress, your bed pillows should also match how you sleep. Each sleep type has different needs, so you must choose the one that fits your sleep position.

  • Back sleepers require flatter pillows with medium support to relieve pressure in the neck and shoulders without lifting your head out of spinal alignment.
  • Stomach sleepers will need thin pillows with soft support and a low loft so that they sleep closer to the mattress.
  • Side sleepers sleep best with firmer pillows with a high loft to relieve shoulder pressure.

Remember that the best pillows will keep your spine in neutral alignment, with your ears in line with your shoulders and your chin in line with your sternum. For more information on this, check out our blog about the best pillows for every type of sleeper!

Are you ready to shop for bed pillows? You'll find everything you need at your local Mattress Land in California, Nevada, Idaho, or Washington. We offer pillows in the sizes and material that meets your sleep needs. Have any questions? Give our Sleep Advisers a call or stop by your nearest store for the ultimate sleep fit experience!