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Science of Sleep Angled Specialty Foam Wedged Sleep Aid for Heartburn and Acid Reflux
Enjoy a restful night's sleep with this comfortable acid reflux wedge. The wedge fits snugly under sheets and bedding, allowing it to lift and support your body as you sleep. The design helps ease symptoms of acid reflux and discomfort from pregnancy.
ITEM#: 1147235Relieve nighttime suffering of acid reflux and heart burn with this Wedged Sleep Aid. This pillow is also a great pregnancy pillow. This foam-wedged sleep aid is a great way to get a better night's sleep. The angle of the wedge aids in draining sinuses as well as alleviating issues with snoring and constricted airways. The soft foam isn't just for comfort; it also helps to keep the pillow cool and give you the optimum amount of support.
- Pillow type: Specialty
- Angled for sleep and elevation
- Highly recommended for sufferers of acid reflux and heartburn
- Also aids in sinus drain problems, snoring, and constricted airways
- Polycotton pillow-top quilted cover zips off for easy cleaning
- Soft foam boasts one layer for breathability, coolness, and support
- Sized for one person for any size bed
- Virtually disappears under sheets and bedding
- Measures 5 inches high x 32 inches wide x 26 inches deep
|Memory Foam Type||Foam|
|Pillow Material||Cotton Polyester|
|Product Features||Made in USA|
|Tags||Comfy Quality Smooth Soft|
|Dimensions||5 in. H x 32 in. W x 26 in. D|
|Manufacturer Warranty||30 day parts and labor|
|Materials||4 lb den. foam & quilted polycotton|
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did what it was designed to do, oh quiet nights.Read More
I would tell all my friends to get this pillow. I have not been having Acid Reflux after I started sleeping on my pillow.Thanks so much overstock.Read More
I love this wedge it helps so much with my acid reflux best purchase ever. So comfortable too! Highly recommend!Read More
The pillow is well made and comfortable, in that I cannot imagine trying to sleep any higher if you are a side sleeper. I feel like I am an invalid on this pillow next to my husband. I find that I am simply putting a towel under my pillow and getting the same results as I did with the pillow. Hey, it was worth a try; and it may help you.Read More
I bought this for my husband - who suffers from acid reflux. He debated about which one to buy for several years - and never bought anything - used about 5 pillows to get comfortable. I just took the plunge and ordered -and he is thrilled! I put it under our flannel sheets - we use a platform bed - and so only have a mattress - and it fits snugly under the sheet. He still uses 2 smallish feather pillows to get comfortable - but it really works well. Nicely made - and delivered quickly.Read More
This wedged sleep aid feels very nice to the touch. The quality is up there in materials, however, the "aid" is poor in that it is soft and does not really support/lift a person with ailments like reflux, or one that requires elevation of the upper torso. It is a plus that there is a cover. The problem here is I probably would need 3 to get the elevation/life needed. All in all I would not return it but still have to use other supports/pillows to get the lift needed.Read More
I was very disappointed in the wedge pillow. I would have returned it if I hadn't misplaced my paperwork. Both my husband and I tried the wedge. We both found that the wedge "slid down" the bed during the night. There was then a space between the headboard and the wedge and our pillow kept getting caught in that space. We tried to use it on top of the fitted sheet as well as under the fitted sheet and neither way worked very well. Even if the wedge had worked well, we both concluded that a 5" incline wasn't enough to really keep us from being stopped up or having acid reflux. The wedge needed some sort of pillow case with it. If we had continued to use the wedge, it would have become dirty over time.Read More
This wedge is great except it was too long for me. It hit me in the middle of my hip and my hip ached terribly in the morning. So I folded the thin edge up a few inches and voile it was perfect.Read More
I purchased this pillow to try and control my reflux while waiting to have surgery. I had developed severe asthma as a result of my reflux, and woke every morning in need of neb treatments and coughing. I had tried propping myself up with other pillows, and could never get comfortable. The first night I used this pillow was a God-send! I slept all night, no pain in my back when I woke, plus no coughing. I am now ordering a pillow for a family member with similar problems!Read More
My husband has been suffering from Acid Reflex for a long time. He takes medication, but sleeping has always been difficult for him. We tired stacking pillows, but we were looking for some kind of wedged pillow. I found the perfect one on Overstocked.com. It was very resonablied priced, and we received it in just a few days. He has been so happy with the product. It was the first time we used Overstocked.com, and it was a wonderful experience for us. He finds the pillow very comfortable and helpful. We are so happy to find it on line. I would not hesitate to use Overstocked.com in the future.Read More
Questions & Answers
Have sleep Apnea. Hope it works.
Is this wedge 32 in long from head to toe or 26 in?
Hello goatie1, other customers have reviewed that this is 26 inches long not 32. I hope that helps. Thank you for shopping with us.
Mine is 32 inches and really helps me sleep better. After so many washings I wonder if we can get new covers for them, as I need one.
I have washed mine and it is 31" head to toe. It must of shrunk in the wash. It is a nice pillow. The 26" is across from RtoL.
Is the foam 100% latex. Is it the Dunlap process or Talalay?
To answer your question, this foam product does not contain latex in them. So the Dunlap or Talalay process is not applicable.
Hello...Can you verify the measurements of this wedge? Other wedges sold measure 32
Dimensions: 5 in. H x 32 in. W x 26 in. D
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