Problems with Regular Pillows
If you are using a thick pillow
Your head bends towards chest when you lay on your back, reversing the natural Neck Curve (Cervical Lordosis)
If you are using a thin pillow
Your head bends towards the bed when you lay on your side, bending your spine at multiple points.
Problems with other Cervical Pillows
If you sleep on your back, these jack up the head unnecessarily by few inches, withdrawing support from under many of the cervical and thoracic vertebras.
If you sleep on your sides, due to the depression in the pillow after the bump, the head bends downwards, building stress on the cervical spine and aggravating pain.
How Does Neckfit Help
The head is rested on the occipital pit, same level as bed, maintaining the natural Cervical Lordosis.
The special patented design of Neckfit supports the Neck Curve (Cervical Lordosis) from the under.
As you turn to your side Neckfit increases in thickness, resting your head higher to match the broadness of your shoulders, so that your spine doesn’t bend unnaturally.