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What is a Mediflow Waterbase Pillow?
Sometimes you may wake up with back pains or experience discomforting muscle tension in your neck. These are a sign of poor head support from your pillow. When you wake up, you probably think about how you can't wait to get back to bed later tonight - but you may not remember the abusive relationship with your pillow, watching, waiting for your return to hurt you once more. Time to leave that zero and get with a hero. The Elite Water Pillow uses water-based technology to support any and every movement for your head at night. The responsive fluid makes sure you are always supported, and the top layer material.
How does a Water Pillow work?
The Mediflow Elite Waterbase Pillow was designed through the study of back pain and chiropractic techniques. Once or twice, many of us have felt the discomfort of waking up with an aching headache, a tense neck, or a sore back. Our sleep positions change throughout the night. We may end up contorting our body into different positions that could end up pinching nerves.
The Mediflow Elite Pillow works by providing you with a fluid reaction to your nightly movements. It supports your head at a level of firmness you control by the amount of water you fill the pillow with. The water pillow comes with a 300 thread count cover, made of 100% Sateen. The pillow cover, of course, can be replaced at your discretion and preference.
Reduce neck pain, relieve associated headaches, improve the quality of your sleep. The Thermal insulator fully encases the water layer to prevent body heat from being drawn from the head, neck, and shoulders. Super-soft, hypoallergenic DuPont polyester fabric top layer. Fill with tap water. Personalize for soft, medium, and firm support. A painful night, usually including tossing and turning tends to be an even worst day by having to deal with the aftermath of a pained neck, a pulsing headache, and an aching back. We lose ourselves when we fail to get a relaxing night's sleep, even more, when we go through the rest of our day with mitigating pains.
Features and Benefits
- Support head and improves sleep
- Insulator keeps water from seeping or soaking Through
- Wake up refreshed and ready for the day
- Clinically shown to reduce neck pain and intensity
- Easy-to-fill water pouch adjusts to desired level of firmness and support
- Waterbase automatically responds to head movement and maintains cervical support, so users wake less often
- Soft, Hypoallergenic Top Layer
- Polyester Filling
- 100% Cotton Pillow Cover
- Machine/Hand Wash and Dry
- Easy to fill with included funnel
Frequently Asked Questions
How often should you change the water in a water pillow?A huge plus about the water pillow design is casing material will not affect the water in the pouch. The water can be left in the pillow for up to one (1) year before needing to be replaced.
Can I Adjust water pillow firmness?Yes! Depending on how much water you place into the pouch defines your pillow firmness. This means you can adjust your pillow firmness on a whim by adding or reducing water intake.
Is this pillow machine washable?The pillow cover is machine washable. If you wanted to wash the Mediflow pillow itself, use hand washing techniques and a soft touch.
Are water pillows good for neck pain?Yes! In fact, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine ranked the Mediflow Pillow best in a clinical study. "Greater pain relief being seen in patients using the water pillow." (Cervical Pain: A Comparison of Three Pillows, 1997).
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- Product Dimensions: 28 x 20 x 7 Inches
- Weight: 1.85 Pounds
- Filling Material: Polyester
- Product Number: 1460FC
- Cover: Hypoallergenic
- Cover Material: 100% Cotton Sateen
- Firmness Level: Adjustable
- Thread Count: 300
Waterbase pillows all come with an underlining worry, what if they pop? What if my pillow starts to leak? If you notice your pillow is leaking water or has come to any manufacturer defects shortly after ownership. Mediflow offers a 3 Year Warranty for your total satisfaction.
Manuals and Documents
- Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Cervical Pain: A Comparison of Three Pillows. 1997.
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