Voted America's Best Pillow For Neck Pain •

300,000+ Happy Customers

Voted America's Best Pillow For Neck Pain

300,000+ Happy Customers

How To Use Your Groove® Pillow

How To Use Your Groove® Pillow

A Short Guide For Making The Most Of Your Groove® Pillow

If you're reading this, chances are you've made the leap towards supported sleep. Congratulations! You've made a brilliant decision for your own personal health and well-being. We are excited for you to experience the benefits. The Groove® Pillow helps with: - Relieving neck stiffness, tension & pain. - Chronic neck pain from joint conditions e.g Arthritis, Bursitis - Upper back or shoulder pain - Tension headaches and migraines - Insomnia - Sciatica - Scoliosis - Whiplash and sports-related injuries - Morning stiffness and swelling - Sleep apnea & snoring

Step 1: Unboxing Your Groove® Pillow

As a sustainability-first company, we’ve ensured all our packaging is either recyclable or biodegradable. Our boxes are recyclable, and the plastic wrap around your pillow is biodegradable. Unboxing and unwrapping are simple, so we won’t explain them to you! But here’s what you can expect on arrival: The Groove® Pillow in compressed and rolled to minimise packaging. When you remove your Groove® Pillow from its biodegradable plastic packaging, please allow it a day or two to breathe and return to its full shape.

Step 2: Add a Pillowcase

Place it inside a pillowcase. Your pillowcases at home will work fine, but they may be a little loose. You can't go wrong with a Groove® 100% Cotton Pillowcase, but depending on your preference you might be tempted by a Premium Silk or eco-friendly Tencel or Bamboo case.

Step 3: How To Position On Your Bed

Simply replace your existing pillow with the Groove® Pillow and ensure the contoured dip is positioned to support your neck as per the image below. Done!

Step 4: Best Practice For Sleeping Positions

For best results, we strongly recommend sleeping on your back. This is scientifically proven to be the most effective position for reducing neck pain. While it can be less effective for reducing neck pain, you can use the pillow as a side sleeper as well. More on each of these sleeping styles are below.

Back Sleeping

To sleep on your back, sleep with your head in the contoured dip in the middle of the pillow. Your neck will feel supported, and you should feel your spine align and your neck straighten.

Side Sleeping

To sleep on your side, use the lateral raised sides of the pillow. Your shoulder should fit snugly in the space underneath.