The health effects of pillows (part2)


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The health effects of pillows (part2)

health effects of pillows


Whether the allergy wakes you up at night or you have a sore neck, a bad pillow can be one of the causes of insomnia. This means that your body does not have enough time to recharge. Insomnia can cause a wide range of problems that affect mental abilities, in addition to increasing the risk of diabetes, obesity and high blood pressure.

Skin problems:

When you sleep on your stomach or side, your face meets the pillow. So all the bacteria, dirt and face oil are rubbed on the pillow which can irritate your skin and cause pimples and acne.

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There are solutions to this problem. For example, you can change the pillow regularly, or you can buy a special pillow or pillow. Some pillows can prevent you from turning to the side and coming into contact with the pillow.


An inappropriate or stiff pillow pushes your head forward and makes you snore. If you are sensitive to dust, inflammation of the nose and throat can block your airways and cause you to snore.

Infant suffocation:

Experts do not agree with putting babies to bed using a sleeping position (a product that includes a pillow lift). Research published by the Food and Drug Administration states that infants should sleep on flat surfaces and not have any pillows under or around their heads.

The most well known risk of this is Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), which often causes suffocation or high body temperature during sleep.

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