Designed from the ground up by experts including a midwife, physio and chiropractor, the SnuzCurve is our groundbreaking hybrid pregnancy pillow with core values to help expectant mothers improve sleep posture and encourages correct sleeping positions that are vital for the health of you and your baby.
As your hips ache, ankles swell, and energy levels dissipate, you’ll need all the rest you can get! With a Snuz pregnancy pillow, you’re guaranteed to feel comfortable as our pillows support your whole body from bump to toe.
For a better night's sleep, choose Snuz for a healthy, comfortable pregnancy.
When should you start using a pregnancy pillow?
Ideally, you should use a pregnancy pillow as soon as you find out you are pregnant. This will help give you the support you need from the beginning and will help prevent any discomfort or pain later on. If you are already experiencing pain, a pregnancy support pillow can help alleviate it.
What is the recommended sleep position when pregnant?
The best sleep position during pregnancy is on your left side. This allows for the best blood flow to your baby and also to your uterus and kidneys. Sleeping on your right side can put pressure on these organs and can lead to back pain. If you are experiencing any pain, try sleeping with a pregnancy sleep pillow to help alleviate it and support your body.
Why are pregnancy pillows good for back pain?
Pregnancy pillows are good for back pain because they support your back and help keep your spine in alignment. This can help prevent or alleviate any back pain you may be experiencing. When you are pregnant, it is important to get enough rest and sleep. A pregnancy or maternity pillow can help you do this by providing support to your back and your whole body.
Are pregnancy pillows safe?
Yes, pregnancy body pillows are safe. They are specifically designed to support your body during pregnancy and can help prevent any pain or discomfort you may be experiencing. However, as with any pillow, it is important to choose one that is made from breathable materials, and that does not have any small pieces that could come loose and pose a choking hazard.