Voted as the IndyBest Anti Snore Pillow
Do you know what reduces snoring? Optimising sleep posture.
Do you know what the Levitex® pillow does? Helps optimise sleep posture.
Doing wonders for sleep posture and snoring isn’t enough, though. Here is the full list of benefits of sleeping on a Levitex® Pillow…
Reduce your neck pain
Improve your digestion and circulation
Lessen tension in neck and shoulders
Increase your lung capacity
Improve your sleep posture
Boost your energy levels
Increase your core strength
Reduce your snoring
Sounding too good to be true? It is all thanks to the experience of our team.
With a founder who is a posture expert, a Pain Medicine Consultant and Clinician for a Medical Director, we were set up well to create a pillow that works for you as you sleep.
Pillows aren’t one-size-fits-all
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We are so sure of our products, we give you a 5 year warranty on the pillow, along with free UK delivery and returns.
Find your perfect size below, or use our 1 minute sleep consultation to help.
A 10cm deep pillow
for people with a small frame that fall asleep on their side
or larger males on their back.
A 12cm deep pillow
recommended for people with a medium frame that fall asleep on their side.
Why is our pillow so good for you?
Revolutionary Levitex Foam
There was nothing on the market that would take care of your posture as you rest. So, we created it, and by pure accident, we learnt it helps reduce snoring too.
Levitex foam is soft like traditional memory foam, but firm like a sprung mattress, all in one composition. At 25% compression (light squeeze) the softness takes all the pressure off your body. However, at 65% compression (firm squeeze), the firmness supports your body and maintains your posture.
Your ideal sleep starts at the head of the bed, on a pillow that actually supports your head. This enables perfect spine alignment, which is why you wake up feeling so good and rested. If you have never heard of good sleep posture before, you are about to become obsessed with its benefits.
Our pillow vs old pillow types
“Our reviewers gave the pillow top marks in terms of comfort, restfulness and feel, waking up each morning without any shoulder or neck pain.
The form and design made side-sleeping a breeze all night, resulting in a low snore score every night.” – The Independent
When you are ready to level up your sleep posture even further, we have got you covered. Our mattress is made with pure Levitex® foam, and available in four standard sizes.
- What makes Levitex pillows so good for sleep posture?
- What are the benefits of good sleep posture?
- What is the best position to sleep in?
- I suffer from back and neck pain in the morning. Can optimising sleep posture help?
- How do I know what pillow size to get?
Good posture is achieved when you sleep on a pillow that supports your head properly. This enables correct spine alignment, and that is what our pillows do.
They are soft enough to take the pressure off your body, yet firm enough to support your head and maintain a good sleep posture. Incidentally, this is what helps you stop snoring too.
Our pillows come in four sizes to ensure that we can find the perfect fit for you. You would not buy one-size-fits-all jeans, and you should not sleep on an one-size-fits-all pillow either.
Apart from reduced snoring? So. Many. Having good sleep posture can help you wake up rested and ache-free, particularly if you suffer from neck or back pain.
Additionally, if your posture is less than ideal during the day, promoting correct spinal alignment during the night helps your body restore.
Sleeping on your back, if using the right pillow, can greatly help alleviate pressure on your spine. That is the position we would recommend the most.
However, sleeping on your side with the correct pillow is not bad either, as long as you are paying attention to your knees. If you feel like one of your knees is falling over the other, therefore twisting you to your stomach, try to fall asleep with an old pillow between your knees to help this.
Sleeping on your front puts a lot of pressure on your back, and is our least favourite position. We would normally recommend that you try and change your habits, and try sleeping on your side instead.
Yes, yes, yes it can! Just imagine how sore you would be after sitting in an uncomfortable chair for 8 hours. It is the same with pillows – if you sleep on one that is too soft (or too firm), your neck and spine are positioned wrong throughout the night, and will not feel great once you wake up.