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If you suffer from neck pain here are 8 memory foam pillows that offer the best support
Neck pain can be debilitating and even affect your mood. These pillows can help.
Colby Maxwell
09.20.21

Memory foam pillows show humans what it’s like to sleep on clouds. They are durable, comfy, and ideal for people that don’t like waking up unable to turn their head to either side. Picking through the thousands of options can be tough but we made it a lot easier with our list of favorites. Check them out below!

Best overall – LounjBedding Shredded Memory Foam Pillow – $34.99

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When we think of memory foam, most of us imagine a thick block of dense material. While that can often be the truth, the Lounj takes the best of down and the best of memory foam and combines it into one. Using shredded memory foam, this pillow provides incredibly soft support to the head and neck while also keeping things cool.

What we love:

  • Shredded memory foam construction
  • cooling airflow
  • really inexpensive

Best runner-up – Saatva Memory Foam Pillow – $155

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The Saatva pillow is an excellent pillow for anyone who has the extra cash to splurge. It’s made with graphite-infused foam with a shredded core, giving you the best of both worlds. It’s also cooling and is great for keeping your head and neck comfortable.

What we love:

  • foam AND shredded foam build
  • excellent cooling capabilities
  • machine washable

Best value – Layla Memory Foam Pillow – $75

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Not all of us can spend tons of money on pillows and the Layla makes sure that we can still sleep comfy. It’s made from shredded memory foam and polyester and offers loft and firmness adjustability at a great price.

What we love:

  • loft and firmness adjustability
  • price
  • great air circulation

Best high-end option – Tempur-Pedic Tempur Cloud – $169

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Tempur-Pedic has been in the memory foam game for a long, long time. This pillow has gel cooling on both sides, close-conforming memory foam, and is supportive and cushioning at the same time.

What we love:

  • gel-infused on both sides for maximum cooling
  • great mix of comfort and support
  • well-known branding

Most comfy – GhostBed GhostPillow – $85

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The GhostBed doesn’t only have a cool name, it has some cool features. This pillow offers a cool phase change material that helps maintain temperature as your body heat fluctuates. The interior has a mesh cover that helps keep air moving as well. It also has a plush side for anyone who likes a little bit of a softer sleep experience.

What we love:

  • inexpensive
  • really comfortable
  • uses amazing technology to get great results

Best for side sleepers – Amerisleep Comfort Classic – $90

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The Amerisleep is a great option for back and side sleepers who feel pain in their neck and shoulders. They utilize Bio-Pur memory foam and offer 6 inches of loft.

What we love:

  • uses Bio-Pur memory foam
  • high loft to help with comfort and pain
  • great for back and side sleepers

Best for neck pain – Puffy Pillow – $79

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The Puffy Pillow just sounds nice. It’s filled with shredded memory foam and its loft and be adjusted to your own comfort. It’s great for anyone with neck pain and has a “medium firmness”. It’s worth a pickup if your neck has been giving you trouble in the mornings!

What we love:

  • adjustable fill levels
  • uses shredded memory foam
  • uses a temperature neutral cover

Best for back sleepers – Casper Foam Pillow – $89

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Casper has been another big name in the game for years. This pillow is made of 77% polyfoam and 23% memory foam giving some dynamic feeling to the sleeper. It’s great for sleepers who get hot at night a well as anyone who sleeps on their back.

What we love:

  • great for hot sleepers
  • shaped to support back and side sleepers
  • perforated foam keeps airflow moving

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By Colby Maxwell
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Colby Maxwell is a contributor at SBLY Media.
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