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    Default What's the most you'd pay for a pillow??

    Mine was from a chiro too - I think it was around $100. But it helped my sleep so much, it's been worth every penny.

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    Please replace your pillows regularly, dust mites the dirty things loooove your pillow!

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    We've got tempur pillows which are unreal ! ( I think $150 2 years ago)

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    We have tempor memory foam ones... I can't stand cheap pillows filled with that white wadding type stuff.. I get headaches alot

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    The most I have paid is $100 but I would pay more if they worked!

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    I like cheap pillows. I get the low firm ones

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    I bought one from the physio once for some ridiculous price and it totally stuffed my neck

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    Default Re: What's the most you'd pay for a pillow??

    $20 (half price) but that was pillow #5 lol. The other 4 were frickin uncomfortable and are gathering dust as I type. so all up I spent about $100. Would have been better to just spend s100 at the start, but hindsight is a wonderful thing. I do suffer from neck pain/headaches etc, prob as a result of years working in front of a PC, maybe as a result if years sleeping on cheap pillows

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    Default What's the most you'd pay for a pillow??

    Quote Originally Posted by MummaOJ View Post
    Please replace your pillows regularly, dust mites the dirty things loooove your pillow!
    I mist a combo of lavender oil, Clove oil and tea tree with a tiny bit of water on my mattress and pillows every time I change them. Keeps the nasties away!

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    The ones we have just purchased are Technogel - they have $250 on them ...but I think once she bundled the bed, pillows, sheets and mattress protector together for us, and took off the store discount they came down a bit.

    When I rested my head on it in the shop - *sigh* - it felt awesome!!

    I quite often wake up with the 'dead ear' feeling..you know when it hurts, but you have to move, but it hurts more to move, so you put pressure on it with your hand so it doesn't hurt, and slowly release teh pressure as you roll over??

    They are really freaking heavy!..and quite low - I sooooo hope they lead to some good nights of rest!

    Before this - I think $30-$40 would have been the max!


 

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