Pregnancy pillow reviews

I’m currently six months pregnant and just beginning to experience those uncomfortable things like backaches when I sit at a desk too long, seizing calf cramps at night, and weird pains right above my pelvic area every time I stand up (all of which my doctor assures me is totally normal).
One of the things that gets more difficult the more pregnant you get (I’m expecting my second child), is sleeping. If you are really uncomfortable, I don’t think it hurts to try out a pregnancy pillow. I used a combo of the boppy wedge and another regular pillow,  The wedge went under my tummy, and the other pillow was rolled up behind my back. I had the Boppy Total Body Pillow with my last pregnancy, the multiple pillow thing drove me crazy. Snoogle user for the 2nd pregnancy, Multiple-Pillows-Shoved-Random-Places user for the 1st pregnancy. I am 7 months pregnant with my 1st and using a body pillow (half supporting my belly, half between my knees to ease the soreness of my pelvic area), head resting on a regular pillow, and 3 pillows supporting my back. This body pillow really surprised me when I first saw it and started doing research about it. So from that I could conclude that while 4% of the people did not enjoy the pillow the vast majority of the people who purchased it found it very nice for their pregnancy and sleep quality (4 and 5 stars together make 83% of all the people). I also did some research in the forums and found a partly funny discussion about the pillow.
I hope the various sleep well advice was helpful to you as well as the REVIEW of Leachco Snoogle Total Body Pillow.
If you are suffering from back pain, pelvic pain or if you want a good night sleep, then pregnancy pillows are your best friend.

Thankfully, the powers that be are aware of this problem and provide a variety of pregnancy pillows in an effort to make you more comfortable while you try your hardest to get your last few months of shut eye.
Before I continue with my review, I think it’s important to say that all women are different, all pregnancies are different and everyone carries their extra poundage (aka their unborn child and the related weight) a different way. Lying it horizontally at the base of your headboard is a nice way to prop up all your pillows. If you don’t like the idea of buying something you are only going to use for a few months, get the Newpoint body pillow. Not the easiest to switch from side to side (or to get a pillowcase on!) but I was a huge fan. Sometimes I found I needed a pillow between my knees, but this was when I was much further along in my second pregnancy AND I birthed a 10lb baby – I was HUGE.
I used a regular body pillow with my first and am again with this one, but had considered the snoogle. In this article I give advice and tips for quality sleep and also make a review of Leachco Snoogle Total Body Pillow, which is really worth checking out for all future mothers.
A good solution for this is to tuck your pillow between your legs (knees) which will give support for the lower back and allow for a very comfortable and pleasant side sleeping position.
For example I found those who said that the pillow was too firm for them or that it was cumbersome, which are all valid points and I suppose a pillow is something that it can not please absolutely everyone, but what reassures me in the positive direction is the numbers. One lady who was having a hip and back pain was asking advice about what type of pillow she should get and one of the replies was favoring the Leachco Snoogle Total Body Pillow saying “and LOVED it!” and adding that her husband thought that this pillow is anti social because she was so nicely and comfortably wrapped in it that he was unable to get some quality snuggling time Another lady also added that “it is a blessing to have!
Feel free to go to Amazon and check it out yourself and read more of the reviews from the buyers.

When we review pillows, we take various aspects into consideration like price, quality, amazon reviews, durability, comfort etc.
It did occur to me that the pillow would be even better if it were in an L-shape so I could have something extra to rest my head on— I actually used my regular pillow for additional head support. But even so, I held onto the body pillow all night long and woke up pretty much in the same position in which I went to sleep. First of all, you don’t need any other pillows besides the Snoogle— and this is coming from someone who normally sleeps with three. It’s the least expensive of the three and as I mentioned, you can lie it horizontally at the base of your headboard to prop up your pillows when you are back to snuggling with your spouse. Only 26 out of 659 people rates this pillow 1 star, which makes it 4% of all the buyers compared to the 364 who rated it 5 star which is 55% of the buyers. But if you’re looking to keep your husband at a distance, then awesome— this is the pillow for you. You can put a pillow under your head, hug a king size and stick an additional pillow between your legs if necessary. For some sound sleepers this works great and for others, they couldn’t keep these pillows in place if they tried.

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