As the days get colder, you will be on your back more than ever. And if you suffer from neck or back pain, this can make it worse. I recommend a travel cushion for neck pain because it provides support in the right places and allows your spine to rest in a neutral position while keeping your head, neck and eyes aligned.
If you're the type of person who likes to sleep on their stomach, chances are you don't have a pillow that supports your neck and head. This can cause pain in your neck and lower back, and can even lead to headaches.
A good pillow should support your head and neck, and also distribute your weight evenly so you don't wake up feeling sore the next day. Start by measuring the circumference of your neck with a yardstick or piece of string. This will help you find a pillow that fits comfortably.
Also pay attention to the shape of your head. Some pillows are designed specifically for people with round heads, while others are better suited for those with angular heads. Finally, make sure the fabric is comfortable and easy to clean. Some materials are more resistant to stains than others; choose one that works well with your lifestyle.