Stay Cooling All Night
Momcozy new pregnancy pillows combined “U” shape and “C” shape supports all the body parts that need to be supported during pregnancy. It come with a special Cooling Cover that has excellent heat dissipation. Perfect for the summer or hot sleepers during pregnancy, stay cool and comfy all night!
It supports physically, combined “U” shape and “C” shape supports all the body parts that need to be supported during pregnancy, to relieve pelvic pain, hip pain, leg pain and further “baby bump” burden with specially designed protruded lump. It also supports mentally, super soft fabric and bouncy filling bring you great comfort, to get a solid sleep every night.
Mom’s Choice Awards
Be not stuck by the dilemma which one to choose between “U” shape and “C” shape, get them both with this pillow. Being a golden medal winner of Mom’s Choice Awards, it speaks everything about how great it can take pelvic/hip/leg pains from moms in weeks or months of pregnancy.
When should you start using a pregnancy pillow?There's no set time when you need to, or have to, start using a pregnancy pillow. To put it simply, you should start using onewhenever you start finding it difficult to change positions during sleep.
Momcozy Pregnancy Pillow a must-have from the second trimester onwards!
Sleeping propped up can also help those who suffer from heartburn, pregnant or not. How to sleep with it – Wedge-shaped pillows are small and easily portable as well. They're super simple to use: justprop one underneath your belly when sleeping on your side during pregnancy.
Fluff Your Pillow By Hand
Grab your pillow and place it on your lap.Now act as if you're playing the accordion and push the pillow in and out. Do this on both the short and long sides of the pillow. This breaks up any pieces inside the pillow and allows air to enter and increase the pillow's loft.
Research has shown thatin the third trimester (after 28 weeks of pregnancy)going to sleep on your back increases your risk of stillbirth. As the link has now been shown in four separate research trials, our advice is to go to sleep on your side in the third trimester because it is safer for your baby.