Sore back? Stiff neck? Problems sleeping?
This is me in a nutshell. How about you? For anyone who has suffered from restless sleep, you know what I’m talking about. After several car accidents, I’ve become extremely picky about the pillows I sleep with because your pillow is one of the main items that provide you with support while you are in La La Land.
Then I heard about Mediflow Waterbase Pillow from a friend and thought it was an interesting concept. I used to have a waterbed as a kid and loved it. Man, I got a really great sleep on that thing. But a pillow with water in it? I wondered how comfortable it could really be, and what the benefits of having water inside my pillow could provide.
How Does Mediflow Waterbased Pillow Work?
The secret to the Mediflow pillow is the supportive waterbased making it fully adjustable to any desired level of comfort. Something that is hard to find in a standard regular pillow.
The Mediflow also provides responsive support while you are sleeping, so you no longer wake up fluffing your pillow when you shift positions in the middle of the night, and best of all the pillow is super easy to fill.
Just like the video shows, the Mediflow Pillow is super easy to fill. I love that you can achieve your desired support without having to buy a different comfort level for your pillow. You just simply adjust the water level to find which softness or firmness works for you.
I’m the kind of person who wakes up 3 or 4 or 8 times in the middle of the night to change my sleeping position. I’m always fluffing and punching my pillow to get it just right. And I have to admit, I was a bit skeptical about having a waterbase pillow. However, after trying it out for 3 nights only, the Mediflow changed how I sleep.
I started out with soft filling the pillow but it didn’t give me quite enough support for my neck and head. If I don’t have enough support, I wake up with severe headaches and get vertigo. Not fun. So I added more water and I have found the medium fill level to be the best comfort for me. Hubby likes a firm pillow so this is great that Mediflow allows you to shift the support of the pillow based on how much water you add.
What size pillowcase will the Mediflow work for?
Mediflow works for standard or queen size pillows. They do not yet have King size support. However, I’m sure in the future they may create one for those wishing to have that size. I found the queen size big enough.
What if I don’t like the pillow after purchasing it?
Mediflow offers a 30-day money back guarantee from the date of purchase. (60-day for the floating comfort pillow) less the cost of shipping and handling. For more info on returns and exchanges, you can visit their website here.
Is there only one type of pillow?
All of Mediflow’s pillows are waterbase but do come in a variety of styles such as Fiberfill, Gel-Memory Foam, and Down. The choice is yours.
I have to say that I am really loving this pillow. I don’t wake up with neck pain or even back pain anymore. I love that the pillow is hypoallergenic for those with allergies and that it supports your style of sleeping by just adding or removing water.
Where to Buy?
You can purchase your Mediflow Waterbase Pillow from their website, along with a variety of unique options and add-ons.
Pillows range in price from $29.99 to $99 dollars, and right now Mediflow is offering a TWIN-PACK-DEAL for anyone buying more than one pillow offering 2 great pillows for one low price!