J-pillow Travel Pillow

The J-pillow’s shape supports crucial areas to prevent neck and back pains. It's one of the top-selling travel pillows because of two simple reasons: it's comfortable, and it works.
J-pillow best travel pillows

J-pillow best travel pillowsIf you’ve ever tried a U-shaped pillow while traveling, then you know it’s not the most comfortable to use. With the minimal support it offers, it works better as a neck brace when you’re all sore after a long flight. If you’re searching for a better alternative, consider getting a J-pillow travel pillow. Its unique design makes sleeping in any vehicle a more relieving experience.

J-pillow’s shape supports crucial areas to prevent neck and back pains. The J part of the pillow props up your chin to keep your head from falling forward, while the wings cradle your head and the back of your neck. With its unusual shape, some instruction may be necessary to use it properly. First, look for the curvy part of the pillow (the one that looks like an elephant’s trunk). Wrap it around your neck, so your chin comfortably rests on it. Next, tilt your head sideways against the wings, so your face rests snuggly in the middle. It may get confusing the first time, but don’t worry because you’ll get used to it before long.

This travel pillow is perfect for resting against the airplane window or while lying in a reclined chair. You can use it for either side of your head, but it can cause a sore neck after prolonged use since it only lets your head lean one way. It also doesn’t prevent your head from bobbing sideways if you’re sitting upright. But as long as you keep your chair reclined, you should be okay.

Although the J-pillow looks more like a strange alien plush toy than a travel pillow, its simple utilitarian design ensures that you get the most restful sleep even during long-haul flights. It’s one of the top-selling travel pillows because of two simple reasons: it’s comfortable, and it works.

 

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Chad Verzosa

Chad Verzosa is a freelance writer and photographer currently based in Clearwater, Florida. An avid backpacker, he’s obsessed with outdoor gear as much as traveling itself. You can find his photographs and articles at chadverzosa.com.

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