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Knee & Leg Cushions

A good orthopedic knee pillow can help in a lot of situations. Not only does it promote sleeping in the right posture, but it can alleviate hip and lower back pains, sciatica and arthritis discomfort, as well as provide a comfortable resting position for pregnant women.

What is the best knee pillows for me, a side sleeper. Knee pillows can help with: Sciatica, arthritis, bad back, hip pain, hip replacement, knee injury, knee replacement and knocking knees.

A number of people sleep with a pillow between their knees for added comfort. This is particularly true for side sleepers, who often need a pillow for optimal spinal alignment, as well as pregnant women of people with chronic back pain. Pillows can also provide a cushioning buffer that prevents knee joints from rubbing together, which can lead to aches and pains for some.

Hip, knee, or back pain. Sleeping on your side, with one leg stacked on top of the other, throws the lumbar spine out of alignment and increases pressure on the lower back. Over time, this can lead to chronic hip, knee, and lower back pain. Knee pillows keep the knees, hip, and lower back aligned in order to reduce pressure on the spine. This can dramatically help with pain relief.

Pregnant women. Using a knee pillow can help pregnant women alleviate the extra pressure placed on the pelvis and hips as their bodies change. For pregnant women the full body type of knee pillow works best.